Standing on two victims, Chakrasamvara with four heads and twelve hands embraces his consort, Vajrayogini, who has one head and two hands.
He holds a vajra sceptre and a bell in his main hands crossed over her back, she holds a vajra-handled flaying knife and a skull cup (but may hold two vajras instead), and wears a bone apron and a garland of skulls.
15th century, Tibet, Chakrasamvara, Fondation Alain Bordier, Gruyère (Switzerland).
He holds the hide of an elephant stretched across his back and wears a garland of 50 freshly severed human heads.
His remaining right hands hold an axe, a drum, a flaying knife and a trident, the left hands hold a skull cup, a noose, a staff, Brahma’s head with four faces.
The order may vary but the lower hands normally hold the trident and Brahma’s head.