The fourth abbot of Ngor is seated on a typical 15th century Yongle-style double-lotus base, his hands in the dharmacakra mudra.
He is dressed in monastic garments richly incised with a floral pattern.
We see him here deified, with lotuses attached to their elbows. The one to his left supports a manuscript. Apart from the typical Yongle-style lotus base, the soft round draping of his garments indicate a Chinese influence.