This abbot of the Jonang monastery is depicted seated in the vajra position on a double-lotus base, his hands in vitarka and dhyana mudra, wrapped in full monastic clothing, his vest tucked into the lower garment fastened high above the waist, coiffed with a peak hat with long flaps on each side.
His robe is richly inlaid with a gold filigree pattern.
This abbot holds the stems of lotus blossoms that support a vajra (thunderbolt sceptre) and a ghanta (bell), his garments engraved with a cloud and floral pattern.
The eyes are inlaid with silver and copper, his pointed hat was made separately out of copper.
The abbot of Sera monastery holds a flaming jewel in a skull cup his left hand. His eyes are inlaid with silver.