Fragment of a frieze with one panel remaining bordered on the left by a Gandhāran-Corinthian pilaster that is carved on the front and side with a flute on the shaft having concave upper beveled end and a straight end at the bottom. A think vertical band of stone separates the pilaster from the figured portion of the relief. A damaged plain fillet frames the bottom edge. The figured portion of the relief shows the Great Departure. Siddhārtha sits astride his caparisoned horse leaving the city on the way to renounce his princely life. A pair of yaks̥as raise the horse's hooves to silence any sound that would awaken those who would stop the renunciation. Behind the Bodhisattva, is a half figure of Vajrapān̥i holding the thunderbolt in one hand and a raised fly-whisk in the other. A half figure with arms raised in a gesture usually considered mourning and another figure (often identified as Māra who attempts to dissuade the Prince from leaving the secular life), stand before the departing prince. Two tenons at the top.