Four-armed Śiva as Ekapadamurti Ekapada refers to a one-footed aspect of the Hindu god Shiva. This aspect is primarily found in South India and Orissa, but also occasionally in Rajasthan and Nepal. wikipedia Gouache painting on paper circa.
A diminutive Brahmin approaching Shiva humbly, with his hands in anjali mudra. The god sits majestically in a tall asana, his right leg rests on it, while his left hangs down. In his upper hand the god carries the damaru, in his upper left the mriga, the lower right hand is in the teaching gesture and the left hangs loose. Shiva’s hair is, as usual, gathered in a jata mukuta, he is dressed in a dhoti and angavastra and wears the usual ornaments. Company School, 1820