Framed tangka depicting Twelve-armed Chakrasamvara trampling two human forms while in yab-yum with his consort Nairatma. He holds vajra and bell in his primary hands and various Tibetean ritual instruments in his other ten hands. An elephant skin is draped over his back. He wears a garland of human skulls and is surrounded by flames which are red and orange and trimmed in gold. The composition is completed with four well painted dakinis in the four corners.