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Mahakala is one of the most important wrathful protectors of Mongolian Buddhism. Crowned with a diadem of 5 skulls, a snake winds around his topknot. Fierce arrow-like eyebrows accentuate 3 red-rimmed bulging eyeballs.

early century Papier mâché (HAR Mahakala is one of the most important fierce protectors of Mongolian Buddhism. Like a number of the other masks displayed here, he is crowed with.

Himalayan Masks- Lion temple guard or demon mask, Nepal

Himalayan Masks- Lion temple guard or demon mask, Nepal

Nepalese Monkey Mask. Though not very common, animals with grooved skins show up in tribal masks from Himachal Pradesh, through all of Nepal and Bhutan.

Though not very common, animals with grooved skins show up in tribal masks from Himachal Pradesh, through all of Nepal and Bhutan.

Nepalese mask. "Masks allowed the wearer to momentarily relieve themselves of their extremely dishonest everyday ‘masquerade’ of being a secure, sound, well-adjusted, happy person, and let the truth out, which could be very therapeutic for both the wearer and the observer." Jeremy Griffith

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Himalayas, Nepal

This is a picture of Tibet. It shows the scenery of Tibet with the religious flags and the snow mountains. I really like this picture because it expresses the spirit of Tibet. Tibet, as we all know, is the roof of the world with different landscapes and a