Abheda is the arhat who holds a stupa in both hands.
Gopaka normally holds a manuscript with both hands, as above.
An inscription on the back of this sculpture tells us that it is devoted to Gopaka. The relatively recent date of the work may explain why it departs from the traditional iconography.
Kalika is the arhat who holds one or two gold loops. The above holds a large one with both hands.
This more recent one holds a smaller hoop with a beaded pendant in each hand.