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Detail of the right side of the eastern vāhalkada (probably added in the 6th-7th century CE). The stele at right bears a sculptured figure of an elephant. Figures of four animals are found on the stele of the vāhalkadas facing the four cardinal points: The others are the horse on the west, the lion on the north and the bull on the south. Above the highest tier of this vāhalkada is a niche with a seated figure of a deity and below it a frieze of animal (lion?) figures.