Shadakshari Lokeshvara, his main hands in prayer, the other two holding the rosary and (missing) lotus, is seated in the vajra position, dressed in a striped dhoti with scallop-shaped folds under his ankles.
There is a buddha head (Amitabha) on his chignon and a small rectangular urna on his forehead. He wears stone-inlaid jewellery, including Nepalese Malla-style earrings.
This one has a full effigy of Amitabha on his chignon…
and what is supposed to be an antelope skin over his left shoulder.
Another sculpture depicting him with Amitabha’s head on top of his own.
Avalokiteshvara, of which Shadakshari Lokeshvara is a form, is one of several deities who may have an effigy of Amitabha in their headdress.