The ‘Victorious Goddess of the Ushnisha’ in her three-head and eight-arm form, each head with three eyes and a foliate crown, seated in the vajra position on a Zanabazar-style lotus base, holding in her main hands a visvajra and a lasso now lost. The top right hand holds an effigy of Amitabha, the one below normally clutches a vajra sceptre, the lower hand is in the gesture of supreme generosity. Her top left hand is in the fear-allaying gesture, the middle one once held a bow, the lower one supports a long-life vase.
The ‘White Parasol’ in her one-head and two-arm form, with her main attribute in her left hand. The right hand does the fear-allaying gesture.
Since she has no crown or garland of severed heads, this lion-headed dakini is identified as Simhavaktra, who may have the same form as Simhamukha: standing on one leg and holding a flaying knife and a skull cup, a ritual staff propped against her left arm (all missing here).
Green Tara, seated on a tall lotus base with a leg pendent, her left hand bestowing refuge (tip of the ring finger pressed on the tip of the thumb), the right hand in the boon-granting gesture.
A variant with an effigy of Amitabha in her headdress.
The tall lotus base with a three-tier plinth and a row of beading at the top, the delicate embroidery on the hem of the garment, the beaded accessories and the foliate crown of this Green Tara are derived from Zanabazar’s very own style. She holds an open/day lotus in her right hand and a closed/night one on the other side.
A wrathful female with a third eye and bared fangs, her hair dyed blue, adorned with a lotus-bud crown and finial, her left foot placed on a lotus flower stemming from the base, holding a flaying knife and a skull cup.