Close to the Himalayan range,
there is a mountain called Vasabha.
My ashram is made very well
[there] at the foot of that mountain. (1) 
For three thousand years that brahmin
uttered [his teachings] at that time.
Drawing the students together,2
he dwelt [there, sitting] to one side. (2) 
The brahmin master of mantras,
while sitting [there] off to one side,
searching the Buddha’s knowledge,3
pleased his heart over knowledge [then]. (3) 
In the thirty-one aeons since
I obtained that perception [then],
I’ve come to know no bad rebirth:
the fruit of perceiving knowledge. (5) 
In the twenty-seventh aeon
there was a king, Siridhara,6
a wheel-turner with great power,
possessor of the seven gems. (6) 
The four analytical modes,
and these eight deliverances,
six special knowledges mastered,
[I have] done what the Buddha taught! (7) 
Thus indeed Venerable Rahosaññaka Thera spoke these verses.
The legend of Rahosaññaka Thera is finished.
reading saṃhāritvāna (BJTS) for saṃsāvetvāna (“Having kept well,” PTS)↩
reading buddhavedaṃ (BJTS) for buddhavesaŋ (“the appearance of the Buddha,” PTS).↩
reading īdiṃ (BJTS) for nisīdi (“he sat,” PTS)↩
pallaṅkam ābhujitvāna, lit., “crouching with legs crossed”↩