Very similar to the dyani buddha published in the previous post, this bodhisattva sits in the lotus position on a double-lotus base typical of the area. His hair is tied in a bunch on top of his head and sideways, he wears a low crown with a large central panel and some simple jewellery. His ankle-length lower garment is finely pleated. His right hand is held palm out, in the fear-allaying gesture, he holds an object in his left hand. As there is an effigy of Amitabha in his crown, this object may be the stem of a (now broken) lotus, in which case we would be looking at Avalokiteshvara Padmapani. He has very large silver-inlaid eyes, a thin but broad mouth, and a sharp nose that merges with the eyebrows.
This character holds a begging bowl in his left hand and does the charity gesture with the other. The position of his hands do not correspond to any buddha or to well-known bodhisattvas. He wears simple jewellery, a small crown and an elaborate head ornament behind. His semi-closed eyes are inlaid with silver. The mouth is very thin yet the nose is fleshy and prominent.