Janguli, an aspect of Tara, may have one head and two or fours hands, or, as is the case here, three heads (each with three eyes) and six hands. She holds a vajra, an arrow (missing) and a sword in her right hands, a bow, a lasso and a flower in her left hands. She normally has some snakes on her head or as jewellery or holds a snake in one her right hand. Her bodice and her lower garment, held in place with a belt, are studded with gems. She is wearing some jewellery and crowns also richly inlaid with stones.
This goddess, thought to be Mahamayuri, has three heads and six hands. She holds a sheaf of grain and a conch shell in her upper hands, a bow and an arrow (broken) in the middle ones and an unidentified object in her lower left hand. She is adorned in a very similar way to the previous figure. Her celestial scarf forms an arch behind her head, the pleated ends are also studded with gems.