On sculptures, what differentiates the green from the white form of Tara is that the latter sits in the vajra position.
This Tara sits on an Indian Pala-style double-lotus base, her hands making symbolical gestures or mudras. She holds a long-stemmed lotus with her left hand, her celestial scarf forms an arch behind her, passes under her arms and flows upwards instead of resting on her knees. She has a wide moon-like face, with no urna and a gaze that recalls Chinese sculptures but her very slender waist and opulent bosom are typical of Indian representations of female deities. The ends of her transparent lower garment are pleated under her ankles.
On the above picture, her dhoti is finely incised with a floral motif and held in place with a belt decorated with lotus flowers, the ends of the garment are arranged into a soft scallop shape under her ankles.
The face of this statue has been painted with cold gold and pigments. The edges of her garments are inlaid with copper, her crown and jewellery are richly inlaid with stones. She sits on a very ornate throne supported by two lions and decorated with scrolls and a motif inlaid with stones.