Vajrapani, center, is surrounded within registers, typical of 14th century paintings. Vajrapani is stepping upon two human figures on a lotus base, wearing a three-jewel tiara with two serpents, gold earrings and a necklace of multi-colored jewels, he holds bell and vajra in his hands. He wears a tiger skin dhoti and a white and green flowing scarf, his flaming oragne hair is topped by a garuda and stands out against a red aureole. The top registers consists of five tathagatas, below are monks. The right and left registers each include five smaller images of the central deity. The bottom register consists of a donor figure at the lower left sitting next to offerings, deities Jambala, Tara and Mahakala balance the remainder of the register. The verso of the painting has an inscription in uchen script of Tibetan writing and is in the shape of a stupa. Framed.