The Chester Beatty Library keeps the painting illustrating the immediately following scene of Krishna in Jambavan’s cave (inv. 68.15). In her discussion of the painting, Leach indicates that the artist who painted it was ‘more familiar with the 18th century Mughal style and was a progressive personality’ (Leach, op.cit, cat.11.51, pp.1052-1053). Leach also notes on the present story: ‘the possession of the Syamantaka jewel was a source of contention and the gem changed hand several times. Jambavan had killed a lion to obtain the jewel as depicted on lot 53 which was painted by the same artist. The bear king was traced by Krishna to his cave after which the two fought for 21 days before Jambavan submitted. He subsequently marries his daughter to Krishna.