Ushnishavihaya with eight arms and three heads – each with three eyes – the hair pulled in a chignon topped with a singular effigy of a female figure. Her distinctive attribute, the visvajra, is in her main right hand, the left one holds a lasso. The lower right hand is in the gesture of supreme generosity, the left one supports a long-life vase, the middle hands once held a bow and an arrow, the top right hand holds an effigy of Amitabha on a lotus, the left one does the gesture of reassurance.
18th century, Tibet, Ushnishavijaya, gilt brass and precious stones, at the Ethnological Museum in Berlin, photo by Daderot on Wikimedia
A richly gilt and stone-inlaid Nepalese style figure with a half-vajra on her head, seated on a single lotus supported by a plinth decorated with vajra symbols.
18th century, Tibet , Ushnishavijaya, brass, at the Zhol Village Museum in Lhasa (Tibet), photo by Petra Mueller on WHAV .
On this Chinese-style sculpture her hairdo is topped with a flaming jewel.
18th century, Tibet , Ushnishavijaya, gilt copper repoussé, private collection, photo on Carters