This figure has none of the attributes that are normally associated with the main bodhisattvas but he is holding what may be a jewel in his right hand, in which case this would be a representation of Ratnapani (‘holder of the jewel’). Very similar in style to a Maitreya published previously, the bodhisattva has a flaming halo attached at shoulder level and is wearing a tall three-leaf crown with sharply pointed ends. He is adorned with plain jewellery, a sacred thread, a short dhoti held in place with a belt, a sash across his hips knotted on one side. The ends of the dhoti drop in a cascade of pleats between his legs. The double-lotus base seems to have some buds springing up, with what could be a jewel at the centre.