Black Jambhala, wears a tiger skin dhoti and holds a jewel-spitting mongoose in his left hand and a skull cup in the other. He stands on the god of wealth, who is vomiting jewels and holds a flaming jewel in is right hand and a jewel-spitting mongoose in his left hand. He has a Nepalese-style face with a small oval chin and a large raised urna on his forehead, heavy turquoise-inlaid jewellery, mitre-like flaming hair adorned with a low tiara and various buddhas. The unfinished eyes, the large nipple and the large effigy of Amitabha at the front are reminiscent of much earlier Tibetan sculptures.
Yellow Jambhala holds a citron and a mongoose, his right foot placed on a vase with lotus buds attached to the base. He wears a richly incised dhoti and has Indian-style silver-inlaid eyes.
This powerful-looking character is in fact Vaishravana, guardian of the North and a wealth deity, seated on a lion, dressed in full armour and boots, holding a closed parasol in his right hand and a mongoose in the other.
This is Red Jambhala, with three heads and six hands, standing on two victims, holding a mongoose spitting jewels in each of his lower hands, a jewel and a skull cup filled with gems with his middle hands, a lasso and a (missing) hook in his upper hands. He wears a tiger skin dhoti and is adorned with snakes and a serpentine scarf, his hair is gathered into a single top knot fastened with a snake.