This lama holds a flaming jewel in his left hand.
Seated on an antelope skin, his eyes inlaid with silver, his crown and sash inlaid with copper, he holds a skull cup with a flaming jewel.
There is a flaming jewel in the right hand of this teacher and a vase in the other.
This one (who looks very much like Sonam Lhundrup) holds a manuscript in his left hand and holds his right hand in the vitarka mudra.
Another lama with manuscript, his right hand in the fear-allaying gesture. His face has been painted with cold gold and pigments.
Like the dhyani buddha Akshobhya or the historical buddha, this lama has a vajra placed in front of him on top of the lotus base. He does a blessing gesture with his right hand and holds the other in the meditation or dhyana mudra.
On this masterpiece, the lama wears a rosary on his left wrist. His brocaded cloak is richly incised with a floral motif all around.
These two hold a long-life vase in their left hand. The latter is seated on an antelope skin, the head and legs are dangling over the lotus base.