In the central palace, Krishna (blue skinned) meets Akrura. At right, Balarama (white skinned) helps Krishna with his chariot and then Balarama appears again, at far right, wandering off the page; linking these last two scenes is a river. Two minor characters run to the far left in a frame that has been squeezed into the text itself. Early Mewari paintings are often compartmentalized, with each section framing a different place or moment in time. Often, color changes reinforce the temporal divisions, and text and image are tightly intermingled.