Framed tangka depicting he tutalary deity Vajrabhairava with his sixteen legs stepping in pratyalidhasana and trampling numerous forms of humans and animals. He holds his consort in cosmic embrace with his primary hands holding kapala and chopper. His thirty-two arms are outstretched holding numerous implements. He wears a necklace of severed heads, skulls, and snakes. A five-skull tiara is worn as well as other ornaments. Numerous lamas, monks and mahasiddhas reside in the clouds above the deity. In the bottom portion of the painting are Lhamo, Yama, and three other forms of dharmapalas. Two cemetery scenes are on either side of the central figure.