"Base of a terracotta image containing feet of a deity with an uncertain, figure between them (B 54)."
- Daya Ram Sahni, Annual Progress Report of the Archaeological Survey [of India], Hindu and Buddhist Monuments, Northern Circle for the Year Ending 31st March 1921, p. x.
"The minor antiquities found in this building included a number of terracotta figurines, and the base of a terracotta statuette, but on this base only the feet of a standing figure now remain, with some uncertain object between them."
- John Marshall, Annual Report of the Director-General of Archaeology in India, 1920-21, p. 17.
"This fragmentary terracotta sculpture is not from the Harappa Phase occupation and is without any doubt dated to a much later occupation of the site, possibly even from the Gupta Period. It appears to be part of a larger carved terracotta panel of a standing image."
- Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, 2021.
B. 54 Base (height 6", width 1 ") of a terracotta statuette with feet of a deity and a smaller stout figure between them. It is difficult to guess the nature of the image with what now remains. The figure between the feet might have been the vehicle of a deity whoever it was. Date uncertain.
[Appendix D] 2813 Base of a terracotta image containing feet of a deity with an uncertain, figure between them (B 54).
[Original caption: Base of a terracotta image containing feet of a deity with an certain figure between them.]