An amulet box is filled with religious objects, the central arched window usually revealing a particularly precious item, often a small sculpture. The window’s frame is consequently decorated with the so-called six ornaments of a throne. Above the window are three teachers, Tsongkhapa flanked by his two chief disciples. At the height of the window’s arch are two wealth deities, the banner-holding Vaishravana seated on a lion on the left and the goddess Vasudhara on the right. The five dancing goddesses at the bottom personify offerings to the five senses (clockwise from the right): touch, smell, sight, hearing, and taste.