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The gold leaves manuscript was discovered at a relic chamber of a ruined stupa, U Khin ba’s mound of Sriksetra ancient city in 1926. That mound was located to the south of Sriksetra and 3 furlongs of the south west of Kalagan viilage. The excavated findings are gold-leaves manuscripts, relic caskets, Buddha images silver lotus flowers, statues, seals and other kinds of artifacts, totally 68 items and over 500 materials. On gold-leaves manuscripts excerpts of “ Abidhama” and “Vinaya” Pitaka are inscribed. As the inscription is similar to the ancient “Telagu”, southern Indian script, it is earliest Pali inscription in Southeast Asia. It has 22-leaves in number, including 2 cover leaves.