Seated in the vajra position on a single lotus with the petals going downwards, both hands in the meditation gesture to hold a (missing) bowl, Amitabha has a round chignon topped with a lotus bud finial, a squarish face with a tiny mouth, large ears, marked pectorals and fleshy fingers and toes. His garments are draped in the Chinese fashion and decorated with an incised border.
This buddha has a small oval face with flat ears and silver-inlaid eyes that recall the much earlier Kashmiri style. He sits on a lotus base with two rows of broad petals, his robe is incised throughout and draped like the previous one, with the the lower part folded into a neat shape that imitates the petals of the pedestal.
This Amitabha with a small triangular face is seated on a cushion over a lotus with long stamens, wearing a robe that covers both shoulders (like seated buddhas of the Nepalese Licchavi period), his dhoti showing below the sanghati.
Instead of wearing a patched monastic robe that denotes humility, this buddha wears a luxury silk garment richly decorated with incisions and beading.