Kirtimukha, Nepal

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Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Clemensmarabu
published on 15 December 2016

A Kirtimukha from Kathmandu, Nepal, a decorative lion or monster motif with the lower jaw missing, typically placed over doorways in Hindu architecture.

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