The mahasiddha is seated on an antelope skin on a Pala-style base with a long-stemmed lotus on one side.
He holds a bell (ghanta) in his left hand and a double-sided drum (damaru) in the other. His hair is tied in a chignon, and adorned with a small tiara. He wears some jewellery with a flower motif, an incised sash, a cross belt, a dhoti that covers his legs and part of the lotus base. The artist has incised the abdomen with a half spiral to mark the navel.
Damarupa holds a damaru (double-sided drum) and a skull cup. He wears a short dhoti and a thin celestial scarf.
His jewellery and his eyes are inlaid with turquoise and his face painted with cold gold. His chignon is fastened with a turquoise-inlaid headband.