Lion Headed also Wisdom Dakini Simhamukha Statue, Wrathful Deity.
Lion Headed Dakini, also a wisdom Simhamukha one, is a fully awakened deity depicted in this statue. Her wrathful face resembles a lion with three furiously glowing round yellow eyes, a gaping mouth, a yellow beard, brows, and hair pouring upward.
A curved knife is lifted in the right hand, while a skull cup of blood is held in the left. On the left shoulder, a khatvanga. The dakini wears a tiger leather as a skirt with a tiara adorned with five skulls, bone jewelry, a long serpent, and a necklace of fifty freshly chopped heads.
Size: 11"/28cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 1.660 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Simhamukha, whose name means “Lion-Faced Lady,” is a fully enlightened being. She has attained Buddhahood, the state of ultimate wisdom and supreme bliss. Her mind flows in a pure, nonconceptual stream, free from distortion and conceptual overlay. Thus, she is a wisdom Dakini, an insight bestowing female, great victorious mother, female who delights in highest knowledge,” and “enlightened being whose nature is primordial wisdom and ultimate reality. Because her mind is completely purified, every experience in her mental stream has the superior taste of supernal joy. She enjoys a continuous flow of spontaneously arising supreme bliss.