The miniature painting depicts Raga Hindola in a personified form. Hindola is a song of spring and indicates the joy of the colorful Holi festival when the fancy of young men and women turns to thoughts of love. Here Hindola is portrayed as a handsome young man resting on a golden swing covered with garlands of flowers.
The lacquered frame of the swing is decorated with replicas of lotus buds. His crown is adorned with peacock feathers and lotus buds. His clothes are smeared with yellow and crimson colors indicating the festive colors of Holi. A group of charming ladies surround him while he indolently gazes at them.