Dakini Simhamukha, Lion Faced Statue Artwork
Simhamukha, also known as Lion Faced Dakini, is an entirely enlightened being shown in this statue artwork. Her face is a white lion, with three viciously flaming round yellow eyes, a gaping mouth, a yellow beard, eyebrows, and hair streaming upward.
A curved knife is raised in the right hand, while a skull cup of blood is held in the left. A khatvanga rests on the shoulder on the left. She is dressed in a tiger skin dress and a tiara with five skulls, elephant skin, bone jewelry, a long snake, and a necklace of fifty freshly cut heads.
Simhamukha stands on the left leg with the right pulled up in a flaming inferno of pure knowledge, stomping over a corpse, sun, and lotus seat.
Size: 10.6"/27cm (Height) x 7.4"/19cm (Base)
Weight: 1.592 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Simhamukha, the female Buddha, has a lioness' face and a woman's physique. Her leonine face gleams with the sudden awareness of enlightenment. Her mouth is always open, roaring with uncontrollable rage and exultant laughter. Simhamukha embodies the elemental vigor on the prowl or sprinting after her prey. She represents an unstoppable flood of energy that has leveled everything in its path. Her ferocious, feral demeanor embodies the ferocity necessary for people seeking ultimate reality.