Fragment of a group of figures cut in high relief on a small stone plaque with flat back. The only complete figure remaining is the figure of a kneeling man, the palms of his hands pressed together (anjali mudra) Below his feet, a head with a clearly visible protuberance (ushnisha) on top is visible, suggesting that it is a representation of the Buddha. To the left of the kneeling man, a large lotus bud is depicted.
- Made in: IndiaKashmir (?) (ancient)
- (Asia,South Asia,India (pre-1947))
- Height: 5 centimetres
Attached to this object is a paper label bearing the words "M.3 pl. XII, 12", an indication of its publication history.
Fragment of a group of figures cut in high relief on a small stone plaque with a flat back. Remaining are a complete male figure kneeling and with his hands in anjali mudra; below him is a human head with what might be an ushnisha at the top of his head (the Buddha?). At the top left of the fragment is a large lotus bud.
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Object reference number: RRC17928
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