The complexity of the headdress is particularly noteworthy, with a round high chignon at the back with small superimposed scales representing curls, and elaborately twisted strands in front.
Compare to an image of Aindri also discovered in the Dungarpur area, see R.C. Agrawala, 'Some More Unpublished Sculptures from Rajasthan', Lalit Kala 10, 1961, fig. 5, p. 31, also with similar incisions to the base for brackets. Close stylistic simularities to figures of the late phase of Shamalaji support a mid sixth century dating, assuming the shift in production from Shamalaji to the more eastern region of Dungarpur as suggested by S.L. Schastok, cf. The Samalaji Sculptures and 6th Century Art in Western India, 1985, p. 14ff.