This rare sculpture depicts Vajrapani in his Mahacakra form embracing his consort, Mamaki. He has three heads and six arms and wears a tiger skin dhoti.
There is an effigy of him (in his more usual form) in his headdress. Their hair is dyed with red pigment. He is adorned with jewellery and snakes and wears a snake knotted over his left shoulder as a sacred cord.
She holds a flaying knife, he holds a vajra and another pronged object while doing the karana mudra.
Her dhoti is incised with a floral motif and topped with a highly ornate bone apron with pendants that match her anklets, bracelets and armlets.
This later, Chinese-style version depicts him standing on Brahma and Shiva over a Yongle-style lotus base, holding a long snake in his mouth and with two hands. His upper hand holds the vajra, the other raises a finger, his main hands embrace the consort. There is an effigy of himself in his headdress.
On this very different sculpture, their face is painted with cold cold, their hair is dyed with orange pigment, the jewellery and crowns are inlaid with turquoise, his head topped with a half vajra.