Leaning on one knee, the other leg extended, Mahakala holds the hide of an elephant in his upper hands, stretching it across his back. His main hands hold a flaying knife and skull cup. In the remaining two, there is a drum and a noose. He wears a tiger skin dhoti…
and is adorned with a five-skull crown, some jewellery, a garland of severed heads, a cross-belt.
This is a rare image of the deity, in his 6-arm form (shadbhuja), with three heads, four legs (instead of six), embracing his consort.
He holds the hide of an elephant, a skull cup, a drum, a vajra and bell, and probably a noose, she holds a flaying knife and a skull cup.
They stand on two prostrate figures over a Yongle-style single-lotus base with beading.
She wears a leopard skin dhoti and a bone apron with raining-jewel pendants. He wears a tiger skin loin cloth.
There are two kneeling ladies at his feet (the above is partly hidden by the garland of severed heads).
This sculpture depicts him standing on Ganapati (who holds a cup), a vajra-handled flaying knife and a skull cup in his main hands, the hide of an elephant in the upper ones, a noose and a round object in the others. There is a half vajra at the centre of his five-skull crown, which is adorned with large bows and elegant matching ribbons.