Sarvanivarana Vishkhambhin, also referred to as Nivarana Vishkhambhin, has a peaceful and a wrathful form.
When wrathful, he holds a bell at head level in his right hand and leans on his left hand.
This bodhisattva (not to be confused with the primordial buddha of the same name who only appears on paintings) normally rides a six-tusked white elephant and holds the stems of two blue lotuses. He is usually depicted on paintings and in a triad, with buddha Shakyamuni and bodhisattva Manjushri.
Made by a Newar artist, this sculpture is thought to depict Gandhahastin, of Indian origin and worshipped in Eastern Asia mainly. He holds his right hand in the varada mudra (gesture of generosity) and has the long stem of a plant in his left hand.
Vajravidarana is a meditational deity with a bodhisattva appearance very similar to Vajrasattva but he holds a visvajra (double thunderbolt) in his right hand.
There is a white peaceful form (as below), a green semi-peaceful form (as above) and a blue wrathful form.