One of the wrathful aspects of Vajrapani, the chanda form has one head and two hands, the right hand is upright and holds a vajra, the left hand is in the karana mudra (or sometimes the tarjani mudra) to expel demons and holds a noose.
Above and below, 15th-16th century, Tibet, Vajrapani, gilt copper with cold gold and pigment, at the Jokhang in Lhasa, published by Ulrich von Schroeder.
12th-13th century, Tibet, Vajrapani, gilt copper alloy, photo by Sotheby’s.
This rare sculpture shows him with a buddha on top of his head instead of a half vajra.
14th century, Tibet, Vajrapani,
15th century, Tibet, Vajrapani, copper alloy and pigment, on gg-art.com.