This sculpture depicts the Sahaja Heruka form (1 head 2 hands, holding a bell and a thunderbolt) of this tantric deity with his consort, Vajravarahi. They are treading on one victim instead of the usual two, she has one leg stretched over the victim and the other wrapped around his waist.
They are adorned with the wrathful ornaments (five-skull crown, bone jewellery, garland of severed heads, he is wearing a tiger skin loin cloth and she has a bone apron around her waist. He holds the thunderbolt (vajra) and bell (ghanta) crossed over her back, she holds a skull cup and a flaying knife.
14th century, Tibet, Chakrasamvara, gilt copper alloy, at the Rubin Museum of Art (USA).
He has a crescent moon in his chignon, topped with a jewel. The ends of their celestial scarves form a foliage design.