Dromton Gyalwa Yungne, who lived during the 11th century, is depicted as a young man, wearing a Chinese silk gown, his right hand calling Earth to witness, the other held in the gesture of meditation.
We have seen a sculpture of Jigten Sumgön/Jigten Gonpo Rinchen Pel portrayed as an old man (Cleveland Museum). Here, the founder of the Drikung Kagyu order is much younger.
Pakpa Lodro Gyaltsen (1235-1280), one of Sakya Pandita’s nephews, holds his hands in the ‘turning the wheel of dharma‘ gesture with his hands close together, dressed in beautifully draped Chinese silk garments.
Under his plain outer robe he wears a vest richly decorated with a chased cloud and floral pattern.
A different character doing the same gesture but with the hands held wide apart.