From the debris in the forecourt of Cave 4.
The panel is divided into three compartments. In the top panel are depicted addorsed lions; in the central one stands the mithuna; the woman wears an elaborate veil, pleated sarī secured to the waist with a five-stranded zone, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and anklets. Her hair is arranged in schematic curls. Her male partner wears a turban, a pleated dhotī secured to the waist with a Kamar band, one end of which tied in a knot is hanging loose, a necklet and a three-stringed yajñopavīta. The left hand of the woman touches the male while the right hand of the male is raised up. The damaged bottom compartment has two addorsed couchant bulls facing in opposite directions.
2nd Century CE
Pitalkhora, Aurangabad District, Maharashtra
93 x 26.5 cms