This female in a dancing pose is probably Chandali, one of the eight great dakinis, whose attributes are a wheel and a ploughshare. She has a third eye and wears a five-skull crown, bone accessories and a garland of skulls.
Circa 13th century, Tibet, Gauri, bronze (copper alloy), photo on Sanjay Kapoor.
Gauri is the one who holds a flaying knife and a fish (or a skull cup and a club made from a baby’s corpse). The above holds a flaying knife and a trident. She stands on a victim and wears bone jewellery and a garland of skulls.
Pukkasi holds a small lion in her right hand and an axe in the other (or a ritual staff and some human limbs).
A four-arm figure standing in a dancing pose on a lotus atop an open-work base, holding the long stem of a lotus in her lower left hand and doing the fear-allaying gesture with the lower right hand.
Kurukulla, meditational deity and dakini, depicted here in her four-hand form, standing on a victim, her right knee supported by a lotus rising from the base. Her upper right hand is placed before her chest to draw an arrow. She would typically hold the stem of a blue lotus and a bow in her left hands, a hook in her lower right hand.