Vairocana in his bodhisattva appearance, with one head and two hands held in a gesture specific to him, seated on a double-lotus base with apple-like petals and thick beading, framed by his thin celestial scarf secured to his body with rods, his princely jewellery inlaid with turquoise and copper, his nails also inlaid with copper.
A different style, wearing an incised dhoti and a matching celestial scarf (slipping off his shoulders), a three-leaf crown without rosettes, bows or ribbons. Like the previous figure, he is adorned with three necklaces, plain bracelets and foliate armbands but no anklets. He has particularly fleshy toes.
The foliate panels of his crown are linked with a Kirtimukha design.
This sculpture depicts him seated on a cloth over the lotus base, his face and hair obviously painted more recently.
The front panel of his crown is decorated with Kirtimukha.
The above is framed by lotuses. His dhoti is inlaid with silver and copper in the Pala Indian fashion.