The buddha is seated in the vajra position, he holds an alms bowl in his left hand and a medicinal fruit (myrobalan) in the other. The hem of his sanghati is incised with a floral pattern. The lower part of his garment is gathered under him into a semi-circular floral shape. The tall double-lotus base has broad petals, a row of incisions and a row of thick beading, to imitate stamens.
His face is delicately painted with cold gold and pigments, his hair with lapis lazuli powder and topped with a gold finial. One end of his upper garment forms a pleated ‘fishtail’ over his left shoulder.
Here, the lower part of his garment forms small pleats under him without any particular shape. The lower tier of the base is incised with a floral motif. The facial features have not been painted with pigments.