Machine Made Dakini Lion Head Statue | Symbol of Fierce Protection and Power

SKU: 5112TBPSinghaMukhaMM


Machine Made Dakini Lion Head Statue

About Our Statue 

The machine-made Dakini Lion Head Statue, which depicts a lioness, is an enthralling depiction of the ferocious and protective force that the Dakini symbolizes. This statue, which is made of oxidized copper and carefully silver-plated, radiates grace and strength. The statue embodies the essence of Dakini's power with its fine details showcasing the lioness's traits, like its royal mane and keen gaze.

The machine-made Dakini Lion Head Statue, which stands as a representation of bravery and fearlessness, can be placed in both private and holy areas. Placed in a meditation corner, shrine, or as a decorative element, it can serve as a powerful reminder of the Dakini's capacity to surmount hindrances and safeguard anyone pursuing a spiritual journey. This statue invites attention and reflection with its modern rendition of a timeless emblem in Tibetan Buddhism, achieved through advanced machining processes.

Introduction To Singhamukha:

She has attained Buddhahood, the state of ultimate wisdom and supreme bliss. Her mind flows in a pure, neoconceptual stream, free from distortion and conceptual overlay. Thus, she is a wisdom Dakini, an insight-bestowing female, a great victorious mother, a female who delights in the highest knowledge,” and an “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. Her bliss is spontaneous because it is not dependent on external objects; it leads because it can never be diminished or destroyed.

Size: 15.5cm(Height) x 11.5cm(Width)

How do take care of your statues?

• Place them at room temperature, avoiding direct sunlight.
• Make sure that the area where your statue is placed is completely free of moisture and dust.
• Place it at the highest place on your altar after being consecrated by Lama/monks. The best practice is to keep them covered inside a glass cabinet.
• Do not use your bare hands or any objects with a rough surface to wipe the face.
• Directly touching with the bare hand objects can smudge the face, leaving scratches.