Vasudhara, in her one head and six hand form, is seated with a leg extended, her foot resting on a lotus flower attached to the (now lost) base, her long lower garment held in place with a belt, adorned with jewellery inlaid with gemstones. In her middle right hands she holds a bundle of gems, the other two hands do the gesture accompanying music (top) and the gesture of generosity (bottom). In her left hands she holds a large lotus topped with the Prajnaparamita sutra and a long-life vase.
An inscription on the base of this work tells us that it was donated by Jasapal Candra around 1180-1189. Vasudhara wears a richly incised dhoti, a stone-inlaid tripartite crown decorated with large fan-shaped bows and jewellery (most of the stones now missing). Her left hands hold a manuscript (the Prajnaparamita sutra), a sheaf of grain and a long-life vase. On the other side, she holds raining jewels. The lower right hand does the tarjani mudra.
This is a similar image as far as the hand position and attributes are concerned, the base is missing.
Here, the lower right hand does the varada mudra (supreme generosity).