57. Homage lo the Cibi-king

The king, distinguished as Bodhisattva by the halo round his head, sits in robes of ceremony on a richly-decorated throne with a back in the middle of the relief, the right leg resting on a footstool, the (knocked off) right hand raised in the gesture of teaching. On both sides there is a row of standing and one of seated listeners, all men and all in the dress of princes, gods and persons of rank. Some carry flowers or bowls of flowers, others make a sembah; the whole evidently represents paying homage. The presence of Cakra is not indicated.