A Pāli poem of the fifteenth century, containing one
hundred and two stanzas and written by Upatapassī, who calls himself
Sarasigāmamūlamahāsāmī. It contains laudatory verses on the reigning king,
contemporary monks and several places of worship. The book is supposed to have
aimed at teaching students the right pronunciation of sounds and the proper
modulation of voice in reciting verses. P.L.C. 253f.