She is nimnamukhi, the face (‘mukha’) turned subtly downwards (‘nimna’). Her figure is exquisite - slender shoulders, full breasts, and a small waist. Bejewelled necklaces grace Her decolletage, amulets on the visible part of Her arms, and a matching waistband of gold. All these convey Her status as the ruling deity over all of personified Hindu divinity. The smooth finish of the curves and the alluring depth of colour are in keeping with the twin personal appeal of Devi Tara and Devi Parvati.
Her handsome face - note the gently closed eyes - bears a composure of supreme wisdom and equanimity. She is omniscient and compassionate, as nurturing as She is exacting. There are five relatively small, rather unassuming spires on Her crown, which, together with the angle of Her jawline, is a result of Nepalese influences. A towering crown and the statement aureole stemming from the nape of Her neck completes the composition.