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Ahalya clad in a yellow sari stands, plucking flowers from a tree. In the background (right top), Indra astride his flying horse.
A brown stone sculpture. Rama sits on a stone under a tree (right, largest figure) with a bow in left hand and the other hand on the head of Ahaya(centre bottom), who is seated on the ground with flowers in her hand. Behind her stands Lakshamana. The leftmost figure is of Vishvamitra sitting on a stone.
Ahalya (right bottom, seated in a red sari and rising from a stone, bows with folded hands to Rama (left) who is seated with Vishvamitra (centre) on a stone under a tree, in front of her. Lakshamana stands on the right.
A white sari clad, young Ahalya sits with folded arms in left bottom corner. A blue-hued Rama (central figure) in a yellow dhoti touches his right foot to her, as he blesses her with her right hand and holds a bow in his left. A bearded, saffron-robed Vishvamitra stands to his left. Lakshamana stands to his right.
Rama and Lakshmana with bows in their hands stand on the left. Underneath is a Bengali text. In the lower right is a large stone, though which Ahalya's torso rises with her hands folded. Vishwamitra stands behind her.
In the top, central figure of a young Chirakari touching the feet of a middle-aged Gautma, both dressed in royal Mughal clothes. Numerous royal ladies surround them. In the bottom of the painting, outside the door are royal men with horses.