Framed tangka depicting the buddha with his hands in dhyana mudra. He sits on on a lotus bas; beneath the lotus is lion throne with three manifestations of Varisravana, the lord of wealth, below. The central figure wears orange, green, and red flowing robes. The red hat lamas, Tung tse Trak and Nam bar Trak above left and right, respectively. Below them are two bodhisattvas in repose all depicted within the foliage of several rising trees at the top of the painting. Background of green foliage and mountains. The landscape elements are indicative of Eastern Tibetan painting. The overall composition of the painting is one not often found in Tibetan painting.