Observing from head downwards, we can see the urna, protuberance on the pinnacle of the head and long lobed ears. The half-closed eyes point to the tip of the nose; the lips are thick and unsmiling here. He is seen seated with legs crossed in vajrasana mudra, with the soles of the feet turned upwards and bowl is placed on his left palm and the right hand is held in abhaya mudra. He wears an apparel, so arranged that the right hand and the right shoulder are left free for the function of meditation.
The ochre of the Buddha's image is segregated from the blood red background by a beige aura. In batik, there is greater harmony of colour than in painting, due to the fact that each colour is dyed over the precious one, and in this manner they become more closely related.
This description by Kiranjyot.