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Stēle at the east end of the northern Vāhalkada, with probably a chakravartin (universal monarch) or yaksha in the upper panel (with two of seven "jewels" depicted - an elephant and a horse). He also has in his right hand a vajra (thunderbolt), an attribute of the god Indra. A yakshini is depicted in the lower panel; both are in tribanga posture. The latter figure is holding a child in her left hand and flowers in her right hand. 1.8 x 0.320 meters.