Ms KH38b, folio 131b
As illustrated here, Khojki manuscripts often include a table of contents at the end of a pothi (manuscript). In this folio, the copyist (Megaji) offers his greetings and prayers at the end of the contents table.
Megaji also provides a note stating that Kamadia Virpar had copied certain texts (including the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad) from someone from Gujarat belonging to ‘Pirana Patan’ (where the shrine of Sayyid Imam Shah is situated, near Ahmadabad). Sayyid Imam Shah is reputed to have been a charismatic preacher and an author of numerous ginans. He died in 1513 CE.