The deity Vajravidarana has a wrathful form with a blue body but his distinctive attribute is a double thunderbolt sceptre (visvajra) whereas the above holds a single one (vajra) and is more likely the Nila Vajravidarana form of Vajrapani. He stands on two victims and holds a bell (ghanta) upside-down in his left hand. He is adorned with snakes.
The same form with a Chinese-style cross-belt and garland of severed heads.
Among the various forms of Vajrapani with a wrathful appearance several of them depict him with a human face. The above has flaming hair fastened into a mitre-like chignon and adorned with a skull tiara. He wears princely jewellery, a dhoti and a sash but also a tiger skin around his waist.
One of the many and highly original works by the tenth Karmapa, this sculpture depicts Vajrapani seated on a lotus supported by a prostrated cow. He holds the vajra sceptre in his left hand, the other arm is broken.