Date (NS/AD): 632/1512
1.S'reyoSstu. sambat 632 Vais'a-kha s'ukla trayodasya-ntithau budhavasare. thvakohnu pratistha- ya-n^a- s'ri-s'ri-s'ri- cakrasambara vajra-vara-hi- sapariva-ra pratima- . da-napati s'ri- (dhi-rja)man*d*ana (maha-matya pramus*am*) s'riki-rttipunya maha-viha-ra s'a-kyabhiks*u gham* t*a-vajara-ma bha-rya- pan*d*unimayi sahasyam* candra-rtha-bis*eka ma- dam* de va ka s'i ..
May it be auspicious. In Nepal Era 632 Vais'a-kh*a, in 13th of bright lunar day, in Wednesday. In this day, it is consecrated the image (pratima-) of the goddess Cakrasambara Vajrava-ra-hi- with family. Donor is venerable Shakyabhiksu (Dhirja)mandana (Maha-ma-tya) of Kirtipunya Mahavihara. Shakysbhiksu Ghantavajrarama with wife pandunimayi (in the occasion of) Candraratha consecration .
This inscription of Ns 632(AD 1512) is written in Ranjana variety of Nepal-script. This image is of 10-handed Cakrasambara Vajravarahi with family. The main Donor of this pat*a is (Dhirja)mandana. He seems to be Mahamatya(chief minister), but script is not so clear. This was consecrated on the occasion of Candrarathabhis*ika of (Ghan*t*a-vajra)ra-ma with his wife pan*d*unimayi. Newar aged persons are consecratd five times at the interval on 77-7-7 (seventy-seven years, seven months, seven days and so on) 88-8-8,99-9-9,108-8-8 and 120 years. It is counted as 1st, 2nd and 3rd etc. Janko("rice feeding") among people comparing with children's annapras'ana ("rice feeding") consecration. Sanskrit terms for these are Bhi-maratha-rohan*a, Devaratha-rohan*a, Maha-ratha-rohan*a, et . Among first and second Ratharohana, at 83-4-4 years a person completes vision of 1000 moon in his life. So, it is very important for a person. At this time, consecration of Sahasracandradars'ana (vision of 1000th moon) is made. Here it is termed "Candra-rtha-bhis*eka" (consecration of moon-chariot). Among people, this consecration is also popular as second one, counting 88 years as third. It is interesting to know that on the occasion of consecration of vision of 1000th moon Ckrasambara pat*a is made by Buddhist Newars. There are some ra-ma ending names in the series of inscriptions, who have denoted something to the Kirtipunya Mahavihara, which is situated lower locality of Medieval Kathmandu city (Pradhan).