The wrathful form of bodhisattva Vajrapani is most commonly represented with one head with three eyes, bared fangs, flaming hair and an orange moustache, 2 hands, in which he holds a thunderbolt and a lasso. Normally standing, his right leg bent, his left foot treading on a corpse, he wears a tiger skin loin cloth and is adorned with snakes, large hoops, sometimes a skull crown and a garland of severed heads.
He may hold the thunderbolt horizontally at head level.
or vertically, at heart level.
he sometimes has his tongue out.
He may be standing on snakes. The above figure has a crescent moon on his chignon, topped with a jewel instead of a sun disc.
He may wear a leopard skin rather than a tiger skin as a loin cloth.