Achala, sword in hand, adorned with snakes and jewellery including a coral-inlaid necklace, his face painted with cold gold, his teeth inlaid with silver, the eyes with copper, stands on Ganapati, who seems to be lifting his head to look at us.
Tibetan artists often used copper (instead of silver) for the eyes of wrathful deities. The above also has a copper-inlaid nipple, and silver-inlaid teeth.
He has syllables incised on his back and the Achala mantra is engraved on the back of the pedestal.
On this sculpture and the previous one the lasso he holds in his left hand has a vajra tip. The arch behind him has serrated flames with an incised contour and is topped with a stupa and ribbons.
A similar type of flaming arch, topped with a triple gem.