White Manjushri is seated in the vajra position on a double lotus base with thick beading at the top, his hands doing the dharmacakra mudra, a lotus fastened to each forearm, one supporting a manuscript topped with a pearl, and the other the flaming hilt of a sword.
He is adorned with a crown with large floral panels and flowing ribbons, large floral earrings and matching armbands, a sacred thread, bracelets and anklets. The hem of his knee-length dhoti is decorated with thick beading.
This other form of Manjushri brandishes a sword in his right hand and does the virtarka mudra with the left one. A lotus supporting a manuscript is attached to the elbow.
He wears a crown with foliate panels and a flower at the front, large floral earrings, a V-shaped necklace and a longer one with two rows of beads, discreet armbands and matching anklets, bulky bracelets, a knee-length dhoti with a broad hem, held in place with a belt. The hilt of his sword is decorated with a jewel.
Along with showy accessories inlaid with large stones, a dhoti incised with a floral motif is typical of the late Malla period, along with a double lotus pedestal with large beading at the top and at the bottom and a plain part below the two rows of petals. The above wears a five-leaf crown with a large flower at the front. he is flanked by two lotuses, one of them supporting a manuscript. There is a conical helmet topped with a half vajra on this head.
This eclectic sculpture shows White Manjushri seated with one leg pendant, on a double lotus base reminiscent of earlier West Tibetan ones, holding the stem of two large lotuses, one of them supporting the hilt of a sword, adorned with simple jewellery, his hair fastened in a tall Indian-style chignon. His big lower limbs are in contrast with the delicate fan-shape folds of his lower garment. The crown with panels wide apart is reminiscent of some Tibeto-Chinese and Mongolian works.