The scene appears to (1) be totally out of order, (2) bear no relation to previous heading: Story of Shamasas and Khazvaran with Zal-i Zar.
The painting, of a very Indian appearance, depicts a large white elephant with blue and gold saddle cloth running beneath a blue brick wall, from which turbaned and helmeted figures are throwing down rocks and dropping fire (gold flames, pointing downwards). The elephant is confronted on the ground by a heroic warrior. From the lines it is clear that this is Rustam v. Zal's elephant; apparently the picture covers 14 verses (the break-line after, on f. 30v is 14 lines after the break-line before).
Pink sky, grey small clouds; green foreground with flowers and a narrow oxydised stream. Two cypress tree tops appear above the picture frame, for no reason.