This very rare statue probably depicts Acarya Vajrapani, a worldly protector with a human form, snake ornaments, one face, with two or three eyes, two hands, one which is uplifted and holds a vajra. He normally stands on a corpse, dishevelled, and may also hold a bell and a lasso.
He even has a snake sacred cord, and a snake headband in his raised flaming hair.
This is another rare representation of Vajrapani, probably in his Achala/Acala form, which normally has four heads, four arms, holding a sword, a lasso, a thunderbolt and a skull cup, and four legs that tread on two demons. Here, we can see six arms, holding a thunderbolt and a bell, a sword and a lasso, a skull cup and another object, the upper hands also hold the hide of an animal stretched across his back. His tiger skin loin cloth is hanging with the head of the animal at the front. The lotus base is on an Indian-style pedestal imitating a tortoise.
This form of Krodha (wrathful) Vajrapani, protector of the Nagas, has one head and 4 hands, two of them folded at heart level, the other two holding a thunderbolt and a lasso. He is adorned with snakes and a tiger skin loin cloth, and stands over a corpse (missing) with the right leg bent. He normally has three eyes, flaming hair, an orange moustache, bared fangs, a curled tongue, a skull crown and a garuda in his headdress. The above figure has a snake crown.
This sculpture shows him with a garuda in his chignon (complete with serpent or naga in its beak) and a garuda pendant, holding a thunderbolt and a bell.
This curious Vajrapani Krodha is wearing a gown (of blue silk, according to the scriptures) instead of his usual tiger skin loin cloth.
On close inspection, we can see that the tiger skin is on his back (both paws rest on his shoulders), together with a flayed human skin.
Above and below, Vajrapani has an extra animal hide (tiger or leopard), over his back. This is not unusual in itself, but normally two of the paws rest on his shoulders and the others are at the back.
Here the head of the animal sticks out under his arm and the tail shows on the other side, while some larger paws appear on each side of his legs and the paws of the tiger skin he uses as a loin cloth rest on the pedestal.