110. Arrival at Nandana

This relief too is set in trees, fruit- and flowering trees instead of the jungle on No. 109; everything looks better cared-for, somethinglike a pleasure-garden, though we see a pair of wild animals In the right hand lower corner. Maitrakanyaka is coming from the same side;.he is looking towards the side from where he comes, evidently to bring a little variation to the repetition in these scenes. The apsaras are not all sixteen present, only eleven of them, four standing separated by trees, the rest seated. Three carry an utpala, one a padma and another one a dish of flowers. The rest of the group that takes up the rest of the scene are empty-handed.