Trisong Detsen (or Detsän) lived during the 8th century. He is depicted with a plain gown and thick boots, his hair arranged into an elaborate chignon and adorned with a thin headband and ribbons. He holds a dharma wheel in his hands.
This king wears a gown, boots, turban and large earrings like Songtsen Gampo (published in a previous post) but there is no buddha head on top of his own. Both hands are in the meditation gesture and may have held a long-life vase or an other object, now missing.
Same as above, but the right hand is doing the teaching gesture (vitarka mudra).
This king, with Chinese facial features and headdress, wears lotus earrings and has a wish-granting jewel in his left hand. The other hand is doing the fear-allaying gesture (abhaya mudra).