The original Bhairawa statue is still preserved in the Dutch Leiden Museum. People rarely know this beautiful but scary statue. Engelhard discovered the statue along with several other sculptures in 1827. This statue is one of the embodiments of the God Shiva called Bhairawa. Bhairawa was standing on a pile of skull heads with a slightly squat gesture. He was like sitting on the wolf. He has four hands, each holding a keris, a short spear, a drum, and a skull. On his body, He dangled a long necklace decorated with a crown, earrings, and pieces of jewelry on his left and right upper arms. His face bulged and his mouth slightly opened to reveal his fangs.  It is intensely estimated that this statue was located in one of the temples south of Singosari Temple, which has now lost its trace.