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Standing in elegant tribhanga on a lotus base supported by a faceted pedestal, his right hand raised in abhaya mudra, the left hand pendent and holding a waterpot, and wearing a close-fitting dhoti with pleated sashes falling between his legs, jewelled belt with central rosette clasp, beaded collar, long sash incised with horizontal folds, meditation strand, and quatrefoil earrings, his hair arranged in matted plaits piled into a high chignon fronted by a miniature stupa, some tresses escaping onto his shoulders, and encircled by a beaded nimbus and aureole of stylised flames.