tas igOhs cacti oi which contains a 5ittiflL~ ltiiddlia iIfliigt'. i'lie
topmost cupola \as oiigiflall\ walled iii it rests ii~)i)ii a pedestal
~ M. ti~t~. and is eveii i1O\V 3.h M. high.
`II lie spire that formerly stood oil it, ~vas tl.t M. high. a Pull of which
only nO\V exists. The image in Hi is cupola has partly collapsed, and
when ilug out appeared to be incomplete.
(ft the L5()l has-i'eliels, there are still t)$S in a pretty good state of
prest'rvaliuii, whilst there still exist 4.11 lluiddha nages.
The wall of the seconil gallery, represents in the highest row of has-
reliefs, the adventures of Ito Idha Cukv:uuuni, lroiii his conception to
his Nirwaua. The representation of his birth is missing. The images
ii nderneath. a ppear to represent the gloritication iif i'ouil personages.
`the third gallery wall, presents in 1~() has-n.'liets. the glorification of
l~uddha the lourthi one represents in ~tl) pictures. the homage paid to
princes, which was due to them as worshippers of ltuddha, whIlst
lastly, the lil'th gallery is distinguished for the many images of the
deity, and the frequently recurring representation of two princes, pro-
ha lily the 1)11 ilders of the temple.
`[`lie images are all seated with ci'ossed legs. `l'hose, in time three
circles i'oun(l the cii poha. reseni tile each other, and are not proviile(t
With a throne, cushion, 1)1' a ii reol e. ~lJ) cv are su pliosed to represent
ttuddha as divining.
Those upon the l)alustra(les vary in the j)osition oF Hi e han(ls. ihose
Lh(s-i'i'Ii('IS /`I'oln Ho i'o l~oti/oi'.