This tall and lean figure of a tribal stands on a circular disc, playing an elongated two-faced drum. His knees are slightly bent, depicting movement. The hands are on the drum that hangs from his neck. He wears a lion cloth around his waist. In his neck, he wears numerous strands of closely coiled necklaces, and also a long necklace of beads and bones. Very prominent is the head gear, which assumes a tubular shape as it goes up; two sharp horns are projected from the sides.
Well, its not all play and no work! As a proof of his hard labour, there hangs an axe on his left shoulder. After a hard day's work in the jungles, he deserves to entertain himself by music and dance.
The lithe figure is prominent by its tribal appearance. There is rotundity in the limbs but hands and feet are flat. The features - the protruding eyes, straight nose and wide pouting mouth are found on male as well as female figures, with no distinction.
This description by Renu Rana.