Marici, the goddess of dawn, is holding a branch of ashoka tree in her left hand and a vajra or thunderbolt in her right hand. This sculpture is thought to be part of a set of three female deities made by Zanabazar himself. Zanabazar or Zanabazar school sculptures have a broad face with soft facial features, lips painted with red pigment, blue or black pigment on their hair, round broad shoulders and a thin waist, and lavish gilding. The seated ones are normally on a tall double-lotus base with large flat petals, thick beading at the top and a row of thinner beading at the bottom. The aesthetics differ greatly from Chinese-style sculptures found in Mongolia, as can be seen from the previous post on Mongolia. The following link explains the difference between the various styles found in Mongolia.