This Pala-style figure depicts Vajrayogini with a chignon topped with an effigy of Akshobhya or Shakyamuni, adorned with jewellery, holding her flaying knife and a skull cup. She stands on her left foot, both knees resting on a lotus that stems from the base (a feature typical of 17th century Tibet)
Different style but similar iconography, without an effigy on the chignon.
All three images recall the Naro Khechara form of Vajrayogini, but her hair is tied up and she holds the flaying knife up (instead of down) and the skull cup is in front of her (instead of being at head level to drink from it).
This rare sculpture depicts her with her hands crossed over her heart.
holding the same attributes, her face painted with cold gold and red pigment, adorned with snakes and large floral earrings.