The evil Mara sends his three daughters to tempt & distract Buddha, who remains unperturbed.  Mara on the back of his elephant mount Girimekkhala (Mekkhala Luang) leads an army to attack Buddha, but the earth goddess Mae Thoranii wrings water symbolising the accumulated merit of Buddha from her hair, drowning the army.  The seven-headed naga king Muchalinda coils its body to raise Buddha above the rising floodwaters, & shelters him with its hood from the rain.
 Didn't manage to photograph it!  Two merchants, Tapussa & Bhallika, offer rice cakes & honey to Buddha, who accepts them as his first two lay followers; it is believed that hairs given to them by Buddha during this encounter are enshrined in Burma's Shwedagon pagoda.  Pha In & Pha Phom invite Buddha to preach the Dharma to people on earth.  Buddha goes in search of the hermits Asita & his former teachers Uddaka & Alara Kalama, but learns that they are all dead.