Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: The Bhaje, Bedse, and Karla Caves: Photo 18
Here they are up closer. The conventional interpretation is that the one on the left is Surya, while the one on the right is Indra. Along comes Edward Johnston, ex-ICS and then professor of Sanskrit at Oxford. In the Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art, 1939, pp. 1-7, he writes that "...the present writer fails to see what advantage is gained from putting a purely baseless label to some work of art in order to provide it with a name." Oh, those British academics.
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