||"These are four MSS. of Dharmadasaganiâ s Upadesâ amala The first is incomplete and the last contains a Gujarati Balavabodha written above and below the text. The third is dated Sam. 1521. Upadesâ amala is a collection of 540 Prakrit Gathas containing moral advice, composed by Dharmadasagani. For a legend according to which Dharmadasa was originally a king and had composed this work to impart advice to his son, Ranasinha, see peterson, Reports, V. p. 164,- The earliest commentary on this work was written by Siddharsi, author of the Upamitibhavaprapanca in Sam. 962. It is published with Ramavijayaganiâ s commentary by Hiralal Hansaraj, Jamnagar, 1919, and also with Siddharsiâ s commentary by the same Pandit."