In his 4 head+2 leg+12 hand version, Chakrasamvara stands on two victims on a lotus base, embracing his consort with his main hands in which he holds a thunderbolt and a bell. His upper hands hold the two feet and ankles of an elephant hide. The other right hands hold a drum, an axe, a flaying knife and a stick topped with a half vajra, the left hands hold a skull cup, a noose, Bhrama’s head with four faces, a ritual staff.
Here, the whole elephant hide is stretched across his back and the head of the animal dangles to his right. He is alone, dressed in a lower garment made from the skin of a leopard (indicated by incised stars) held in place with a belt, and adorned with a sacred thread, a garland of severed heads, silver-inlaid tiaras and jewellery. He has copper-inlaid lips and eyes, silver-inlaid fangs. He holds the same implements as before but those to his left are in a different order.