Under an arch, the story ofwedding unfolds. He is taller than his companions and recognizable by his princely robe, jewellery, and turban. A priest throws flowers at him with his right raised hand, while with his left hand he guides Siddhartha’s bride. The three are accompanied by Vajrapani (recognizable by his thunderbolt), a clean-shaven , and two additional figures. In the upper half of the relief, two men and two fish centaurs pay homage to Siddhartha who, in the meantime, has become the . A garland encapsulates the scene and leads to two meditating buddhas at the bottom of the relief.