Date (NS/AD): 759/1639
1. ? s'reyes'tu . sambat* 7589 . sambat* 759 . ka-ti cavadasi- pun*i-s'i-
. ma nu ru pa- tya- manideva, sani vande, ra-yati ha va- hu va tya-
na ra-ma . bhimara-ja
[Sucess].Era 7595 . Era 759. Ka-rtika (dark/bright) 14th - 15th lunar
.Salutation to S'anideva .
This Paubha seems to be made for svasti-shanti of shani, one of nine Graha (planet). The god Shani is of four handed and riding over a man (Naravahana). There is Mundamala (garland of heads) worn by him. The formost (possibly the eldest) male yajaman among eight male members at the bottom right side of the Paubha is doing homa (sacrifice). At the left side ,theer are eight female members,possibly counterparts of the male members.
Script written here is bad. At first, while writing the date, the writer made mistake as Era 7589 and later corrected writing again further as Era 759. In the same way lunar day of the month has also been confused the writer himself and wrote two days -14th and 15th and forgot to write the name of fortnight (dark or bright). The sentence of the main part having the name of the image is confusing. But the word 'sani' could be identified. So, here the image is thought of Shanidev.