Under this form Jambhala mounts a lion (as above), a mongoose or a dragon. He holds a jewel-spitting mongoose in his left hand as usual and may also have a banner or a ritual staff propped against his left arm. The above has a peaceful face. His right hand would have held gold sword or a stick.
A colourful example with a dragon, his attributes missing.
This Chinese-style work depicts him with a very wrathful face, riding a dragon, his attributes are missing. There are a couple of large jewels on the pedestal.
Slightly departing from the standard iconography, we see him holding a skull cup or bowl in his right hand. The mongoose is disgorging large round jewels onto the pedestal by the snow lion’s rear paw.