This is a very sacred head of Dorje Shugden. It was made by Kyabje Phara Dorje Chang of Gaden Jangtse Monastery shortly before his passing when they were all still in Buxa refugee Camp in North India. That time, the jungle nearby was said to be haunted and monks who went into the jungle for toilet, etc. even in the daytime would sometimes disappear and they would later be found hung by their necks, dead.
At that time, Kyabje Phara Dorje Chang was manifesting some insanity, and one of things he would do would be to go into the jungle in the middle of the night and emerge the following morning unharmed This clearly showed he was a mahasiddha of sorts. He was famous for giving Dorje Shugden sogtae (empowerment) to many and exhibited great clairvoyance. Most seniors in Gaden Jangtse Monastery were his students and highly respected this eminent lama.
One day, Kyabje Phara Dorje Chang came of out the jungle with a lump of clay, sat down and began to mix it with water and shape it. The end result was this Dorje Shugden head, which according to Kundeling Rinpoche, should have been impossible to make by hand, and the expression is the best one he has ever seen. May all of you be blessed by viewing the rare images of this blessed Dorje Shugden head sculpture.