This lama, possibly an abbot, holds the stalk of a blue lotus (triangular shape) to his right, from which the hilt of a sword is stemming, and a white lotus to his left, which supports a book/manuscript topped with a pearl (attributes associated with Manjushri).
This lama, surrounded with lotuses topped with sword and manuscript, holds a triratna (set of three flaming jewels) in his left hand.
Here the lotuses support a pearl to his right and what looks like a pearl topped with a book/manuscript to his left. There is a triratna in his left hand.
Two blue lotuses support the hilt of a sword and a manuscript, his hands do the dharmacakra mudra, there is a triratna in front of him.
The iconography above is similar to that of the first sculpture on this post, except for the hands, which are doing the dharmacakra mudra (turning the wheel of dharma).