Vaishravana is sitting on a lion, dressed in armour and holding a mongoose in his right hand, the parasol is missing from the other. There is a floral design incised on the base which, along with the rich stone inlay and the billowing scarf points to the 17th century circa. His face has been painted with cold gold and pigments and his hair and the fluffy parts of the lion have been coated with lapis lazuli powder, probably at a much more recent stage.
Although the parasol is missing from the above wooden statue, we can see the mongoose that he is holding in his left hand.
Here he holds a victory banner. His breast plates are lotus flowers that match his earrings.