From the debris in the forecourt of Cave 4.
This rather defaced sculpture depicts a mithuna in a dancing attitude with their legs slightly flexed. The man has his left hand on the shoulder of his partner who in turn encircles his waist with her right hand. The outstanding points in his costume are the chhannavīra-like bands worn across the chest and a broad belt. The female partner wears a thick necklace and a broad zone to secure her sārī.
2nd Century BCE
Pitalkhora, Aurangabad District, Maharashtra
52 x 28 cms