In this composition the early Bon stupa assumes yet another form alluding to the rich variety of tradition that historically existed in this religion. I first published a line drawing of this stupa without the benefit of its base, which contains three counterclockwise yungdrungs (see Rock Art Research, vol.17, no.1). The other main features of this depiction are its bell-shaped bumpa, a pyramidal spire that is possibly divided into 13 horizontal sections and the charu chatri finale. Probably early Buddhist period.