Seated with his right knee raised to support the forearm and his left leg folded, Manjushri holds the root of a blue lotus in his left hand and a flower in the other, adorned with a small tiara with large side bows, a thin celestial scarf, simple jewellery.
The eyes are inlaid with silver, his small chignon is topped with a triratna similar to those on the famous Sanchi stupa, there is a raised urna on his forehead.
This one has a blue lotus to his right (once inlaid with a stone) and holds the stem of a lotus bud supporting a manuscript topped with a pearl in his left hand. His hair is fastened in a bunch topped with a lotus bud finial and adorned with a low tiara with side bows (the stones also missing). The eyes are inlaid with silver and the lips with copper. He wears bodhisattva jewellery, a sacred thread, a short dhoti incised with a stippled motif and held in place with a belt. Instead of a simple punched hole to mark the navel, he has a cruciform navel and lobed abdomen that recalls Kashmiri works.