The Indian adept is seated on an antelope skin, naked, his legs loosely folded, over a single-lotus base. He wears bone ornaments, including bracelets, armbands, anklets, a necklace and a cross belt inlaid with stones (many missing) and coral. With his left hand he does the gesture of consciousness (chin mudra).
Avadhutipa is depicted here with a moustache and beard, his hair tied in a chignon, a celestial scarf acting as an arch behind him and forming a loop at elbow level. He wears a short dhoti and a cross belt, some jewellery with a flower motif. There is an inscription on the plain part of the lotus base.