The right wing of the stereobate of the Shrine of Double-Headed Eagle, in Block F in Sirkap.
The sculptures are, from left to right, a Greek-style gabled temple,
an Indian-style Chaitya-like facade surmounted with a double-headed bird,
and an Indian-style Torana-like gate.
Each partitioning pilaster has a Greek Corinthian capital.
There are no other objects that show the character of Gandharan art more plainly,
the encounter and mixture of cultures of the East and West.