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Buddha Udana Inscription of Ban Phrommathin (L.B. 24)  
Name Buddha Udana Inscription of Ban Phrommathin (L.B. 24)  (Thai version)
Script Post-Pallava
Date 13th-14th Buddhist century
Language Pali
Face/Line 1 face ; contains 4 lines of writing
Material shale
Form rectangle
Size 1.60 m. width ; 1.20 m. thick ; 6.83 m. length
Found at Ban Phrommatin Tai, Lum Khao Locality, Khok Samrong District, Lop Buri Province
Exhibited Somdet Phra Narai National Museum, Lop Buri Province
Description The content found here is about Buddha Udāna stipulated in the Vinaya Piṭaka volume 4, Khandhaka’s Mahavagga chapter 1, regarding Bhodikathā Paṭiccasamuppāda manasikāra, with the synopsis as follows; “The Lord Buddha had just attained enlightenment and sat under the Bhodi tree on the bank of Nerañjarā River in Uruvelā district. He had been meditating there for 7 days. At the first watch of the night, the Lord Buddha was contemplating the Paṭiccasamuppāda or dependent arising of suffering and exclaimed that “Once Dhamma is understood to Brahmans who meditate hard, they will have no more doubts because they now know both Dhamma and causality.” At the middle watch, the Lord Buddha was contemplating Paṭiccasamuppāda on the cessation of dependent arising of suffering and exclaimed that “Once Dhamma is understood to Brahmans who meditate hard, they will have no more doubts because they now know the cessation of the causes.” At the last watch of the night, the Lord Buddha was contemplating Paṭiccasamuppāda in both Anuloma (in forward order) and Paṭiloma (in reverse order) and exclaimed that “Once Dhamma is understood to Brahmans who meditate hard, they will be able to subdue all devils and their subjects, just as the sun can light up the sky.” It is known that Tripiṭaka comprises 3 Piṭakas but only the second Piṭaka remains to be seen in this inscription because most of the stele is broken and decayed.
Reference Edited by : The Inscriptions in Thailand Database Project Staffs (2553 B.E.), SAC, from :
1) Cha-em Kaeokhlai, “The Buddha Udana Inscription of Ban Phrommathin,” in The Inscriptions in Thailand volume 1 : Pallava and Post-Pallava Script, 12th-14th Buddhist century (Bangkok : The National Library of Thailand, NLT, 2529), 237-240 (in Thai).
2) Cha-em Kaeokhlai, “Mueang Phrommathin Inscription 2,” in The early ancient inscription found at Lopburi Province and the vicinity (Bangkok : The Fine Arts Department, FAD, 2524), 14-17 (in Thai).
3) Mahamakut Buddhist University, MBU, “Bodhikathā Paṭiccasamuppādamanasikāra : Buddha Udāna Gāthā 1st, 2nd and 3rd” in Vinaya Piṭaka volume 4, Mahāvagga Part 1, and Atthakathā, 3rd edition (Bangkok : Mahamakut Buddhist University, MBU, 2536), 3-6 (in Thai).
Illustrations Photograph from : The Inscriptions in Thailand volume 1 : Pallava and Post-Pallava Script, 12th-14th Buddhist century (Bangkok : The National Library of Thailand, NLT, 2529)
 
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