The dakini is standing on a victim, she holds a sword and a ritual staff. Her crown is made of skulls and she wears a garland of severed heads. The flaming mandorla behind her is slightly pointed at the top, the inner edge is decorated with geometrical incisions. A half thunderbolt or vajra sticks out of her chignon. The double lotus base with very round petals bears an inscription at the front, as is often the case with Khasa Malla sculptures.
The two figures stand on a lotus base very similar to the previous one. The mandorla behind them is made of serrated flames enhanced with a row of sculpted curly ones and a row of beading.