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Shiva stands here facing Parvati, his hands busy draping himself, while she, abashed, looks the other way. He has a sweet face with three eyes and thin, sensuous and reddened lips. Coils of hair cascade down like the waves of the mighty Ganges herself. He wears his typical rudraksha bead necklaces and armlets. A crescent moon crowns his head. Parvati is dressed in rags, a befitting drape for the wife of a hermit. The serpent makes good his escape and enters a anthill nearby. The couple stands on a tiger skin sprawled beneath them. Nandi their faithful companion looms in the background.
Vishnu is attired in a saffron dhoti, and each of his four arms bears a typical implement namely the conch, lotus, discus and mace. Garuda is green, portly and elaborately bejewelled. His beak is red as is the dhoti and talons of his feet. While Vishnu has managed to restrain his feelings at the awkward happenings, Garuda's mouth is slightly open, an expression of shocked surprise on his face.