Vagisvara Manjushree or Dharmadhatu Vagisvara when depicted in sculptures is eight armed, four faced, and reddish-white in colour. Vagisvara Manjushree or Dharmadhatu Vagishvara right face is red, left face is yellowish-red and back face is lotus red in colour. Vagisvara Manjushree or Dharmadhatu Vagishvara holds the bow and the arrow, the noose and goad, scripture and Khadga and bell and the vajra in the respective pair of hands. Vagisvara Manjushree or Dharmadhatu Vagishvara sits on moon disc on a double lotus in lalita attitude. He wears all the bodhisattva ornaments and garments and bears on his crown an image of Amitabha.
Another form of Vagisvara Manjushree is single faced. He holds sword with his right hand and jewel in his left hand. He resides in the heart of Buddha Ratna Sambhava.
Different forms of Manjushree images in stone and bronze are scattered in various places. More than six dozen images in stone are found in Patan city alone thus deserving the name Manjupattan.