Fragment of a relief defined below by a plain fillet with two panels separated by a Gandhāran – Corinthian pilaster with a flute on its shaft across which a stem stretches. The stem likely supported a flower as is seen in other examples at the site. The two scenes show the haloed Buddha in dhyāna mudrā and padmāsana on a low platform covered in grass. Two tree branches frame the halo. On either side is a standing male devotee. The condition of the stone precludes a definitive identification of the figures though the outline of a headdress of the figure on the far right suggests that the figure may represent Śakra. On the top, a groove is seen cut into the face of the panel which may suggest that the stone was reused. Red pigment on the surface of the carved face of the stone.