This rare stone stele depicts Vaishravana sitting on a lion, dressed in armour and thick boots, holding a banner of victory in his right hand and a mongoose that spews jewels in the left one. He is adorned with lotus earrings and has the effigy of a wrathful deity (probably Mahakala) in his headdress.
On this equally rare sculpture, Vaishravana is riding a horse and holds a small sword, as does his attendant below. This could be, in fact, one of his horsemen, who also hold a mongoose.
Like the ivory one above dating more or less from the same time, this bronze sculpture shows him riding a horse and holding a (broken) sword (or other attribute?).