Hand Carved Tibetan Buddhist Mahakala Wooden Mask Wall Decor Hanging White
Mahakala the Protector, an important deity in Tibetan Buddhism, takes many different names and forms. The powerful god manifests here in the form of an enraged visage with a wise third eye and a traditional crown of five skulls which represent the five wisdoms. Made of real pine wood, the authentic mask was hand carved and painted in Nepal.
Tibetan Mahakala masks are traditional masks that are used in various rituals and ceremonies in Tibetan Buddhism, particularly in the practice of tantra. These masks are typically made from wood and are intricately carved with intricate designs and patterns, depicting the fierce and wrathful appearance of Mahakala. The masks are used in various rituals and ceremonies, such as dances, festivals, and religious ceremonies, and are worn by dancers or performers. They are also believed to have protective powers and are often used in rituals to ward off evil spirits or bring good luck.
It measures approximately
Large - 9 inches tall, 7 inches wide, and 3.5 inches deep.
Medium - 7 Inches tall, 6 inches wide, and 3 inches deep.
Attached a metal loop on the reverse side will allow you to hang the mask easily to the wall or anywhere you want to hang it.