Cham manuscript bound into volume with thick twined threads. The covers were made with stiff light blue paper, which is eaten by termites in the top-left corner. The front cover has a drawing of a peacock; the back cover has a symbol of a cow. Page 16 has sign drawings. Page 17 has borders and text written in Arabic language. Pages 56, 57, and 58 were left blank. The contents are written in Akhar Thrah script in India ink on thin paper. The manuscript is in good condition. It covers the themes of literature and religion. Contents: Legends of Po Inâ Nagar, fortune telling. Size: 26 x 14.5 cm.
The original manuscript was passed down from ancestors and given to Ms. Dong Thi Hang''s father. After he died, it was given to Ms. Dong Thi Hang. The manuscript has lasted for over 100 years.
Extent and Medium of original material: Stiff-paper covers. Paper manuscript, "gio" paper. 64 pages.
Volume no.: 1.