Himalayan Traditional Statue Set For 5 Dzambhala Mantra Practice
This statue set includes five different Dzambhala statues - Yellow, Red, Green, Black, and White. These statues are all hand-crafted to be the same size and made from copper, then gilded with 24k genuine gold. Each statue is finely painted with different colors, and each has its unique meaning, as seen in the posture and the items they hold. The statues are flawlessly painted with acrylic paint, highlighting the deity's intricate design patterns and significance. This is one of the most well-preserved traditions of Nepal, and these hand-made gold statues are a true testament to the fine artistry of Newars from the Kathmandu Valley. They would make a great gift for a practitioner of Buddhism.
Size: 14"/36cm (Height) x 11.4"/29cm (Base)
Weight: 26 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings, Silver Plated
Jambala is the wealth deity of the Buddhist pantheon. Avalokitesvara, or Chenrezig, the Compassionate Bodhisattva, is thought to be his embodiment. There are five wealth Jambhalas, each with its practices and mantras for overcoming poverty and gaining financial stability. Among them, the Yellow Jambala is the most popular and is practiced globally by practitioners.