These belligerent beings are towered by seven masculine figures who are appareled in vibrant colored jamas and stunning turbans, decorated with copper threads that enhance the fabric, giving them a royal look. Five of the riders take hold of wooden bows, targeting their arrows in the direction of both the defeated tigers, one of whom is attacked by a sharp dagger in his eye and the other struggles to escape as it bites one of the elephants.
This thrilling scene is emblazoned in a rectangular brown colored frame etched with a lovely floral motif border that beautifies this piece. The backdrop twitches in lovely colors to exhibit a barren plain with scarce trees, painted in hues of olive green and sand brown tints. The background is sanctified by a gorgeously constructed white marble mosque that peeks from the framework with its poking minarets. It enfolds the ancient truth of seeking pleasure by killing animals and charging oppression on them only for the sake of leisurous activities, turning out to be the jackpot wall hanging for those who love hunting and paintings.