East wall, lower register
This register must be read from right to left.
Fig.3.E.- The panel that follows has Ravana in his palace at Lanka giving orders to Saeng Athit, his nephew and holder of a magic glass-crystal with searing rays, to go to war.
Fig.4.E. – Seang Athit left for the battlefield on his war chariot pulled by a reacheasei.
Fig.5.E. – On light-blue background, Rama called a meeting of his generals (right) and gave directives to Lakshmana and his soldiers before going to the battle standing on his war chariot, followed by two generals.
Fig.6.E. - The ensuing battle, which is depicted in the preceding panel, was a confused entanglement of monkeys and yak, with Rama emerging to fight Saeng Athit, a demon of the underworld, beating him with his bow (highest group of fighters)
Fig.7b.E. - Panoramic views of many events to be read from right to left
The end of the east wall narrative.
The narrative continues on the lower register of the South Wall