A kinnara is a celestial musician. In the Himalayan region, he is half man (head, arms and sometimes torso) and half bird.
A viyala, vyala or vidala may be half lion-half horse or half lion-half griffin (leogryph).
In Tibetan buddhism, a Sharabha is a beast generally depicted with the body and legs of a horse, the head of a goat, the horns of a goat, an antelope or a ram, the mane of a lion, and sometimes the claws of an eagle.
There is a boy standing on the first viyala and another riding the sharabha.