The Rishi Patnis
are shown here as offering him food in a state of mind, where their entire personality was
suffused with a deep love and affection, at the divine beauty of the body of the Lord. The
poise of the Lord as Bhikshatana is as noble and majestic, as that of the Sivaganga going
before him is quaint and funny. There is also a panel here showing the Hariharamurthy.
Another scene shows Siva as Kalyana-sundara, who is being married to Parvati. The best
painting here is that of Siva (Gangadhara) as Gowriprasadaka appeasing Gowri. There is in
this painting a happy blend of action and repose, anger and calm.