The bodhisattva is sitting on a cylindrical stool with a lotus-shaped seat resting on an oblong platform imitating rocky formation and supported by columns and goats. His calf-length dhoti is inlaid with brass, copper and silver to imitate stripy cloth, and it is held in place with a beaded belt with a round clasp. There is an effigy of buddha Amitabha in his chignon. He has a thick fringe with a parting in the middle and some long plaits dropping on his shoulders. He has no jewellery but wears a sacred thread across his torso, an antelope skin over his left shoulder and a flowing scarf passing over his arms, under his elbows and down to the ground. The flower of his long-stemmed lotus is almost as large as his face. In his hands, he holds a rosary, a staff with three spikes, a waterpot, the stem of the lotus, and a manuscript. There is a halo behind him attached at shoulder level. Rather than being incised, the flames were hollowed out.