In the city, Bandhumatī,
I was a water-jug slave-girl.
After receiving my wages,
I went with a water-fetcher. (1) 
Having seen a monk on the road,
attentive with a [well-]calmed heart,
happy, with pleasure in my heart,
I gave [the monk] three sweetmeats [then]. (2) 
Due to that karma done very well,
with intention and [firm] resolve,
for one more than ninety aeons
I went not to a place of grief. (3) 
Giving [him] material goods,
I then experienced all of that.
Having given [those] three sweetmeats
I attained the unshaking state. (4) 
My defilements are [now] burnt up;
all [new] existence is destroyed.
Like elephants with broken chains,
I am living without constraint. (5) 
Being in Best Buddha's presence
was a very good thing for me.
The three knowledges are attained;
[I have] done what the Buddha taught! (6) 
The four analytical modes,
and these eight deliverances,
six special knowledges mastered,
[I have] done what the Buddha taught! (7) 
Thus indeed Bhikkhunī Modakadāyikā2 spoke these verses.
The legend of Modakadāyikā Therī is finished.