This figure appears to be holding a skull cup in one of its main hands while doing the vitarka mudra with the other, there was probably a flaying knife in the top left hand and another attribute on the other side.
This one brandishes a flaying knife with one hand and may hold a skull cup in the other.
This bull-headed attendant with flaming hair and a half-vajra finial holds a vajra and a skull cup. There is a human skin over his back and an animal skin around his hips.
Adorned with stone and coral-inlaid gilt jewellery, his face painted with cold gold and pigments, Ganapati holds various attributes in his twelve hands.
He stands on his mount (a mouse with a jewel in its mouth), over a gilt double-lotus base.
His main hands hold a vajra and a skull cup filled with jewels, both painted with cold gold. His dhoti is inlaid with gold.