Vajravarahi, a form of Vajrayogini, is identified through the sow’s head sticking out of her own. She has one face, two hands holding a skull cup and flaying knife, her two legs in a dancing posture, one of them treading a corpse, over a flat single-lotus base with elongated petals. She is adorned with a skull crown, a garland of 50 severed heads, some jewellery and a festooned belt. There are some scrolled lotus leaves coming from the base on her left.
Here the standard 50 freshly severed heads are symbolically represented by just a few heads, both knees are touching a lotus stem. The base is tall, with two rows of rounded lotus petals, in the Indian Pala fashion.
Here she has a ritual staff or khatvanga, with a skull and a trident or trisula at the top.