On occasions, this form of Vajrayogini has the head of a wild boar instead of having the snout or part of the head sticking out of her own. The above is a rare four-armed form of the deity, holding a skull cup and a ritual staff in her left hands, a vajra sceptre and an elephant goad (vajra hook) in her right hands.
Her face has been painted with cold cold and pigments. She is adorned with Indian-style jewellery and festooned belt, a skull crown and a garland of severed heads.
This Chinese-style variant depicts her holding a skull cup and a flaying knife in her main hands, a drum in her top right hand. The top left hand displays the karana mudra, a gesture to ward off evil, and may have held an object, now missing. She wears a tiger skin dhoti and a celestial scarf with snake-like ends.