At the top right is the great mahasiddha Shri Virupa holding the right hand upraised in a wrathful gesture. The left holds a skull cup at the waist. The folio text of the Hevajra Tantra is wrapped in the topknot of hair on the crown of the head. A red meditation cord extending from the shoulder is wrapped about the legs. At the left another siddha performs a wrathful gesture – pointed downward. At the bottom, a pandita wearing orange, red and blue monastic robes with a red pandita hat folded across the head holds with the left hand a black begging bowl. The two legs rest in a relaxed posture. At the left, a pandita seated in the posture of meditation, wearing monastic robes and a red scholars hat, places the hands in the mudra (gesture) of meditation in the lap – supporting a skullcup bowl overflowing with nectar.