Our Moon eater is supposed to be Kirtimukha, known as Chepu in Nepal and Zeepata in Tibet, although the beak recalls a garuda.
On one side of the column, Avalokitesvhara with four arms.
On the other side, Tara with four arms.
These small portable shrines were used to carry a miniature deity during a long journey such as a pilgrimage.
Featuring the historical buddha calling Earth to witness his enlightenment, an attendant standing on each side of him.
A visvajra, a conch shell on a lotus and a triple gem (triratna) on a lotus with a flame around.
Achala brandishes a sword and holds a lasso close to his heart, standing on an elephant-headed victim lying on a bed of snakes, an emanation of himself behind him.