This relief is divided into three bands: at the bottom a narrative frieze with three scenes separated by framed Corinthian-type half column; above this, a balustrade with saw-tooth moulding and at the top arcade of chaitya arches, under which alternate male and female busts are facing each other, one under each arch.
The lower narrative frieze shows a continuous tale. The middle scene shows a vihara (chapel) standing on the extreme left with three steps. This may have contained an image of the Buddha. From both sides, a cortege of worshippers approaches the chapel with both hands joined in anjalimudra.