This work, the title page of which has a foliage decoration, contains the full edition in seven « sheaves » of a Mongol translation of the complete works of Nag-dban-blo-bzan-chos-Idan, first changkya khutukhtu (1642-1714), wood-block printed in red ink on paper in Beijing in 1727.
Bibliographical information in Chinese, such as the « standard title », sheaf number, continuous foliation and number of the work, feature in the right-hand margin of the frame. Each sheaf, wrapped in fabric, has two protective wooden boards covered in yellow-gold silk with multicoloured decorative motifs of dragons, flowers and clouds.
The inside of each board forms a rectangular recessed frame, protected by 3 variously coloured double silk nets. Within the recess is glued a sheet on which appear, on either side of a text written in gold ink on a black ground, two « vignettes » representing deities. The borders are embellished with the eight propitious signs (bkra-shis rtags-brgyad) laid out in a stylized plant decoration on red ground.