Kāśyapa, 'Od sruṅ: blue *saṃghāṭi* with folds, both hands as in *dhyānamudrā* on the lap, but a gap is left between their palms, which are directed towards each other. Most probably this is the *mudrā* of the Buddha's alms bowl (*buddhapātramudrā*). This Buddha is identified by caption on the dividing line above him. The disciple to the proper left of the Buddha is wearing a patchwork robe; the caption above him preserves his unknown name (Luczanits 1999: 162).

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