Kirtimukha is the name of a swallowing fierce monster face with huge fangs, and gaping mouth, quite common in the iconography of Indian and South-east Asian temple architecture.
In Southeast Asia, it is often referred to as Kala and in China, it is known as T’ao t’ieh (Monster of Greed).
This is a wall mount sculpture made of Shivani Teak wood
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