Avalokiteshvara, in his padmapani form, holds the stem of an eight-petal lotus flower in his left hand and displays the varada mudra (supreme generosity) with the other. He is adorned with floral jewellery, matching belt and hair ornament on his chignon, a five-leaf crown and a Chinese-style swirling celestial scarf. A foliate halo typical of the Late Malla period is fastened to his shoulders. The left leg is slightly bent and the knee cap prominent.
The above wears a sash tightly drawn across his chest.
This is another example of the bodhisattva standing rather stiffly, but with the head slightly bent. His celestial scarf and the sash over his dhoti are richly incised with a floral pattern. There is an incised diamond in the palm of his right hand.
This work is closer in style to the early Malla period, with a graceful pose and more realistic limbs.