Here the rampant tigers face each other. A female figure is
still present in the panel, at right. She has often been interpreted as giving birth to a plant, but Naga Ganesan has made a convincing case that a (rather distorted) gwalior crocodile is depicted here, comparing it with more realistic representations on numerous other seals.
The seal's reverse shows a seated woman binding
up or unbinding her hair, and a male figure holding what could be a
shield and weapon (scourge?) but might be a hand drum and drumstick, as
shown in the Mahadeo rock art, or even a sickle and basket.
(These images were distorted in scanning; the original seals are not curved.)