The tantric deity Kalachakra, has four heads, each with three eyes and adorned with skull crowns. In his 24 hands he holds various implements, some of which are missing. He wears a tiger skin as a loin cloth and stands on two hindu deities known as Kamadeva and Rudra. Two of his arms embrace his consort, Visvamata (or Kalachakri/Kalichakra), who has four heads and 8 arms. The lower part of the double-lotus base is incised with a scroll motif.
The two deities are wearing a garland of 50 freshly severed heads which drop below the tiger skin loin cloth. Parts of the sculpture are broken or missing but, traditionally, the 24 implements he holds are a thunderbolt or vajra, a sword, a trident, a curved knife, a flaming arrow, a hook, some drums, a hammer, a wheel, a spear, a stick, an axe, a bell, a shield, a staff, a skull cup, a bow, a lasso, a jewel, a lotus, a conch shell, a mirror, a chain, and the head of Brahma.
His hair is gathered and topped with a half vajra and a crescent moon. The base of the statue is missing.