The inscription at the top reads har[i]vans[a]
Chapter 120 in the Harivamsa descxribes balarama destroying the palace of Duryodhana by means of his mammoth plough in order to release Samba, son of Jambarati (Krishna's spouse) who had eloped with Duryodhana's daughter and had been caught and detained by Duryodhana's vassals.
The manuscript from which these two leaves come is the earliest known series of illustrations to the Bhagvata Purana to survive. Over two hundred paintings exist in many collections around the world. The series formed the PhD. thesis of Daniel Ehnbohm (An analysis and reconstruction of the dispersed Bhagavata Purana from the Caurapancasika group, University of Chicago, 1984), who also published two paintings in the Ehrenfeld Collection (Indian Miniatures, the Ehrenfeld Collection, New York, 1985, nos.1-2, pp.24-5). Others are to be found, among many more, in the Brooklyn Museum (Amy Poster, Realms of Heroism, New York, 1994, no.18, pp.53-5). That entry lists further publications of other examples.