The gilt-bronze bodhisattva seated in vajrasana on a double lotus base, standing out on an important engraved and embossed mandorla. The bodhisattva wears a light dhoti hanging down on supple pleats, adorned with many jewels, the head with an important diadema with flotting ribons. The hair knotted in a complex chignon with few locks laying elegantly on the shoulders. The hair and clothing are delicately engraved. The face round, with a small mouth, the eyes half-closed with curved eyebrows. The expression is calm and benevolant. “Bodhisattva” refers to people that made a spontaneous wish to attain Buddhahood for the benefit of all beings. There are eight major bodhisattvas and they are very popular in the Mahayana tradition.