According to the scriptures, there are three forms of the meditational deity known as Guhyasamaja, one of them is Akshobhyavajra.
In this form he has three heads, each with two or three eyes and bared fangs, five-leaf crowns, bodhisattva attire and jewellery. He sits in an embrace with his consort, Mamaki, who also has three heads and six hands. They hold the same attributes: a thunderbolt, a bell, a wheel, a lotus flower, a sword, a magic jewel. He wears a jewel in one of his crowns and/or on top of his hair drawn into a chignon.
This rare sculpture, labelled “Guhyasamaja”, depicts the deity without his consort.