This Tai Situ lama, who lived in the second half of the 14th century, is seated on a typical Yongle-style lotus base, dressed in monastic garments with an incised hem, his hands in the dharmacakra mudra. Portrayed as an elderly man, he has a long silver-inlaid beard and silver-inlaid eyes.
Chokyi Palsang was a Tibetan translator of Indian Buddhist texts during 11th to 12th centuries. He wears the flat red cap (separately made out of copper) associated with his profession and holds a manuscript/book. He has silver-inlaid eyes and a silver-inlaid beard.
Lhachog Sengge became abbot of the Ngor monastery during the first part of the 16th century. He holds a flaming jewel in his left hand and does the vitarka mudra (debate or teaching) with the other. He wears the same cap as the previous figure and a cloak over his monastic robe that covers his shoulders and forearms.