In this gilt bronze Shiva in a Lalitasana above a roaring lion, the God’s youthful figure sculpted with realism. He is adorned with arm bracelets, a strand of beads on his chest, and two finely chased cobra earrings by his dreadlocks that fall around his shoulders. He displayed a no-fear mudra with his right hand, which held a lotus flower with a wisdom sword. His left hand on the lion tail held a lotus flower with a trident. There is a hieratic countenance in his realistic facial features, and a Bindu in the Ajna chakra symbolizes the wisdom to annihilate desire. The sun and moon pinned to his three-knotted braid that symbolizes perfection. The iconographical attribute of Shiva on Lion is known as Sharabha subduing the Lion Narasimha (Avatar of Vishnu). The two figures are mounted on a rectangular lotus pedestal, consecrated and sealed with a Viswavajra copper plate.