This painting is enclosed in a double layered border one of which is very thin and is imprinted with golden floral designs as it is contrasted with a bright orange background. The outer border is also embossed with with plant designs, but it is stamped with 6 young men and 1 old man, all of them wear jamas and holding books whilst they sit at a distance from each other. The painting itself shows five sadhus. One of them sleeps in the back with his arms over his head, wearing a yellow dhoti as he is accompanied by a ginger haired man who faces his porcelain white back in the direction of the spectators as his scarlet red silk lungi slips down his hips. The other three men have long waist length beards ranging from black to grey as one of them recites religious beads with his orange dhoti going below his hips. The one on the left wears a rose gold toga which envelops him as he sits beside another Sadhu who appears to be their Chief, wearing a dhoti along with an angavastram and a bright orange shawl.
This painting is of great importance not only in the history of the religion but even the art as it encapsulates the intricate details and designs of typical paintings which are a sign of the high and fine quality artistry making it your must buy choice as an ornament.