Mahakala (‘great darkness’) is a figure in both Buddhist and Hindu philosophies,
considered the god of wealth or domestic matters in some cultures and as the
the protective aspect of the god Shiva in others.
He is typically dark-skinned, alluding to the idea that all colors can be absorbed and dissolved into black, and all names and forms are said to melt into those of Mahakala, indicating his all-embracing, comprehensive nature.
An up-cycled Mahakala mask cushion plus cover. It is a special, limited edition piece hand made using felt and cotton fabric.
Polyester Filling inside. Dry Clean Only.