We have seen this form of Palden Lhamo (Tibetan form of Shri Devi) in a previous post. Usually referred to as Dorje Rabtenma, she is easy to recognise as she brandishes a sword in her right hand and holds a jewel-spitting mongoose against her left hip.
She has the usual adornments, including a garland of severed human heads and a skull crown.
Another form of the deiy also with one head and two hands, but holding a skull cup filled with blood in her left hand and riding her mule or khyang sideways. According to the texts, Magzor Gyalmo raises a sandalwood staff tipped with a vajra with her other hand but this one appears to hold a sword.
There is a sun disc over her navel and a crescent moon in her flaming hair. She wears a tiger skin loin cloth and uses the skin of her dead son as a saddle.
On the last two images, her mule/donkey also wears a garland of severed heads.
She usually wears a snake belt and snake jewellery.