In this paper a recently identified new Manichaean-Turkic fragment (SI6621)
from Toyok Mazar is analyzed and edited. This manuscript written on the verso side of a
Chinese Buddhist scroll belongs to the Serindia Collection of the Institute of Oriental
Manuscripts (IOM) of the Russian Academy. It is compared with other fragments of
several manuscripts published earlier. On the basis of the new evidence, reading and
translation can be improved.