Now let me summarize this final chapter of this great Buddhistic legend                                             In a Jataka collection of didactic verse tales.                                                                               Those who are wise should memorize this ancient story                                                               Related to chronicles for teaching Dhamma, the right principles.                                                        The original king Phya Ek-karaj the great                                                                                       Was later reincarnated as the Buddha's father.                                                                                As for the original queen of Phya Ek-karaj,                                                                                   She became the royal mother of the renowned Buddha.                                                                  As for the exquisite Nang Kaew-Udorn Kuruthawip,                                                                    She was reborn as Nang Yasotharaphimpha, the Buddha's wife.                                                   The Naga and the Garuda Kings blessed with great magical powers                                              Were reincarnated as the greatly renowned disciples, Mokkhanla and Saribut.                               Were reincarnated as the greatly renowned disciples, Mokkhanla and Saribut.                                Were reborn as Buddhists who practice and observe the Buddha's Teachings.                               Finally, His Majesty Phya Khankhaak, the meritorious ruler at that time,                                          Was reincarnated as the great world renowned Buddha, truly.                                                         This is a true account of Phya Khankhaak                                                                                   Which has been recited in the fifty lives of the Buddha-to-be, dear readers.