White Tara has an eye incised in the palm of her right hand, held out in the varada mudra. She holds a large lotus flower with a golden bud in the other. Her jewellery, belt, and crown (a single panel with a Kirtimukha design) are inlaid with gemstones.
On this fairly similar image, her long lower garment is decorated with various incised patterns and held in place with a belt. She has a large punched navel. The end of a celestial scarf or sash is resting on the inside of her left elbow.
This White Tara does the vitarka mudra with her right hand. A (broken) lotus rises from the pedestal and passes through her left hand. Her crown consists of a large central panel and two small side ones.
Some early Malla sculptures of Tara are very similar in body proportions and shape, the crown and side bows without flowing ribbons are proper to the Thakuri period.