For context: I received this 手拭 (I think that's what it's called) a few years ago when I took a high school trip to Japan. I didn't think to ask what it meant at the time but now I am more interested in Classical Japanese and would like to know more.
I've been able to piece together what the three main kanji on the cloth mean: 畏業施 essentially meaning "Karma" or "Reverence to Karma" in Chinese or 古文. However, I cannot figure out what the smaller kanji on the left mean. The cursive script they're written in makes it hard for me to search them online or in a 字典. In particular the 2nd and 5th kanji in the left-most column. I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask this since it's at the very least 古文 and very possibly full Chinese, but I don't know where else I could ask.
TL;DR: Does anyone recognize what the small Kanji on the left are, I can't read them in the cursive writing but I'd like to understand it better