The four armed Buthadamara ( turmoil of the spirits) appears at the centre of this mandala. Clad in tiger skin, the three-eyed god holds the mighty pose known as alidha which his left knee bent, the right held taut.
He holds the thunderbolt sceptre in his upper right hand, the noose in his left; his central hands offer the gesture of trailokyavijaya ( conquest of the three worlds) ; these three worlds are generally described as sky, earth and ether.
Inside the mandala there are of four circles of Hindu gods and goddesses.
Outside the mandala proper are other deities.