Private collection New York, since 1947.
A Jain tirthankara (master) is seated in meditation in the middle of two pillars. A couple of nude Jinas belonging to the Digambara sect are standing in two niches beside their master.
Figures are inserted into an architectural structure, a sort of miniature temple that reminds the great jain temples of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
The central niche is nicely worked - as the real temples are - and seems to underline the sacred power of the jain master, seated and still as an icon.
Outside of the architectural frieze is standing an elegant, dynamic dancing figure supported by a makara (aquatic mythological animal) holds floral offerings, while at the left side this figure is missing and only some geometrical motives appear.
This relief is very old but the Jinas' figures are in perfect conditions.