Performance by Shakiya Senge, one of incarnates of Guru Padamasambhava. The incarnate holds a bowl with rice and vajra. His name is a combination of Sanskrit word Shakya (undefeatable) and Tibetan word Senge (lion). Guru Shakya Senge is a courageous or undefeatable lion.
Shakiya Singe wears yellow and red robe of a monk. His mask resembles the face of Buddha. The hairs are done in tight curls of blue color.
Performance by Senge Dadok (The Roaring lion). This incarnate wears a blue-black mask with one white skull reddish-yellow hairs and robe of blue brocade. He has three eyes and four fangs. He carries a piece of skull in one hand. He protected the doctrine of Buddhism from the masters who opposed it. The wrathful form nullifies negative influences.
One of the blue-black-masked deities from the entourage of Senge Dadok
Senge Dadok and two deities from his entourage present their skills in front of the guru.