Amaravati double-sided relief
Back: Relief of the Bodhi tree and an empty dias with Buddhapada on the step, flying celestials above and kneeling worshippers on each side.
Front: Relief depicting a stūpa with a figure of the Buddha standing at the entrance; about the dome of the stūpa flying celestials, some playing instruments. On the dome are relief panels depicting the Gift of Sujātā, the Conversion of Nanda, the First Sermon, the Great Departure, the Birth of the Buddha and Māyā’s Dream.
Height: 124.37 centimetres Width: 86.25 centimetres Thickness: 12.5 centimetres 1st Century BC (obverse face) 3rd Century (reverse face)
COL entry: http://bit.ly/2cSDUtK
Produced from 410 full resolution photographs taken by Thomas Flynn with a Canon G7x. Model processed by Daniel Pett.