[RAS Sinhalese 21] [Dīghanikāya] – Brahmajālasutta
language : Sinhalese
date : C19th?
69 olas (ka-na); 440 x 50 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 92 char., Sinh. medium script, 375 mm; numb. Sinh. letters; punctuation magnified in red, some olas and cord-holes at the beginning and at the end decorated with drawigs representing animals: elephants, peacock, mythical lions, floral motifs in cartouches; 2 wooden covers, on the rectos red painted, decorated with katuru-mala in the middle and palapeti on the borders in yellow and dark green; on the versos geometrical locus motifs in white, black and red; large brass pot sakiya in shape of an opened lotus with inlaid large yellowish gem in the heart (topaz?). Not used for PTS ed. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, ‘Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.