This nearly life-size sculpture depicts Amoghapasha Lokeshvara in his one-head eight-hand form (2 arms missing), standing on a small single-lotus pedestal, wearing a five-leaf crown with bows and foliate ribbons, some jewellery, and a lower garment knotted on each side of the waist, held in place with a belt and decorated with a broad sash placed low down the hips. There is an oblong urna on his forehead and lotus bud finial on his tall chignon. The attributes are missing from his hands, the lower right hand does the varada mudra (supreme generosity).
This life-size one-head and eight-arm version, with most arms broken, is one of a series that depict him unadorned, with an effigy of Amitabha in his chignon, standing on a small single-lotus pedestal. The above wears a transparent dhoti, of which we only see the waistband marked with a short line below the navel. His lower right hand is extended palm out in the varada mudra and holds a (broken) water pot , the middle finger on the other side points to the ground, the second hand on the right was held out in the abhaya mudra (fear-allaying gesture), as below.
On this similar version (169 cm) the lower garment is decorated with broad bands of a different colour. The lower hands do the same gestures as before.
This is a one-head and four-hand version, with a tiger skin dhoti around his waist and a small object in the palm of his right hand