In Nepal, where he is particularly worshipped, this buddha of the past is usually depicted standing, his right hand held in the fear-allying gesture, the other extended in the gesture of supreme generosity, adorned with a crown, necklace and earrings, and wearing a long pleated skirt-like garment and a brocaded shawl.
He has delicate Nepalese-style facial features that contrast with the rigidity of the body and the squarish feet.
His monkish lower garment is maroon, red or orange, with a golden pattern on the lower hem and in the middle. His shawl has a dark blue background.
The above has a broader face with open eyes, dainty feet and toe nails, elongated fingers. The incised diamond containing an embossed lotus flower in the palm of his hands is a standard feature.
Same as before, gilt and enamelled copper, private collection, published by A.J. Speelman.
We see him here with Sariputra and Maugdalalyana, on a lotus base complete with back panel.
The style of the crown varies but his necklace and earrings follow a standard pattern. There is a small raised urna on his forehead, round or tear-shaped, plain or studded with turquoise.