Bhuttā bhogā bhaṭā bhaccā
Vitiṇṇā āpadāsu me
Uddhaggā dakkhiṇā dinnā
Atho pañca balī katā
So me attho anuppatto
Etaṃ anussaraṃ macco
Ariya-dhamme ṭhito naro
Idheva naṃ pasaṃsanti
Pecca sagge pamodatīti.
"My wealth has been enjoyed,
My dependents supported,
protected from calamities by me.
I have given lofty offerings,
and performed the five oblations.
I have provided for the virtuous,
the restrained, leaders of the holy life.
For whatever aim a wise householder
would desire wealth,
that aim I have attained.
I have done what will not lead to future distress."
When this is recollected by a mortal,
a person established in the Dhamma of the Noble Ones,
He is praised in this life
and, after death, rejoices in heaven.