The sword in a sheath in his right hand, in conjunction with the mongoose on the other side, identifies this figure as one of the twelve Yaksha generals. Seated on a cloth over a throne decorated with lions, he wears elegant silk garments and scarf, a five-leaf crown and some jewellery. His mongoose disgorges jewels. Unlike other sculptures on the same theme, he is youthful, without facial hair, and not very pot-bellied.
It is not clear what this one held in his right hand but it isn’t any of the attributes associated with Kubera (money bag, pomegranate or mace) or Yellow Jambhala (citron), more likely a lasso.
This one, on the other hand, clearly holds the sheath of a (missing) sword. He wears a floral crown with rosettes and serpentine ribbons, beaded jewellery, a long dhoti with embroidered cuffs, a celestial scarf with one end tucked under the sash that goes across his chest. He sits on a ‘modern’ single-lotus base over a couple of cushions. The absence of a mongoose and the shape of the lotus petals on the base point to a late date for this work.
This general holds his right hand in the karana mudra and may have held a vajra or a lasso.