Unusually, this painting takes up a full page of the manuscript. It shows a richly clad man in a howdah on the back of a decorated elephant, a mahout driving the beast. A royal umbrella shelters the rider from the hot sun while a servant fans him with a fly-whisk. He is accompanied by a retinue of soldiers on horseback, camel and foot, some of them beating drums.

This is King Śreṇika setting out for Śālibhadra‘s house in great pomp, as described in the caption: rājā rī asaśarī.

‘All the turbaned lords went, their bodies clad in robes of honour’, as the text says.

The yellow background of the painting shows off the naturalistic detail of the artwork.