Tibetan Deity Of Wealth Dzambhala Mantra Practice Statue
With exquisite design patterns found only in Nepal, the Dzambhala Mantra Practice Statue was traditionally hand-made by expert craftsmen in our workshop. The statue's intricate patterns were highlighted by applying acrylic paint on a copper body gilded with 24-karat real gold. The deity is shown with a semi-wrathful look while sitting on a moon disc lotus and is adorned with various body decorations. He holds a citron fruit in his right hand and a mongoose in his left. This sculpture may be utilized in various Buddhist ceremonies, chanting the Jambhala mantra, Yoga, meditation, and even in monasteries. The figurine only weighs about 1.09kg, making it portable and easy to carry.
The Dzambhala Statue would be the perfect gift to a practitioner like you from Nepal.
Size: 6.6"/17cm (Height) x 5.11"/13cm (Base)
Weight: 1.09 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
The Buddhist Sculpture of Kubera portrays the lord of wealth and the savior of the north. The blessing of Dzambala and the value of his practice are universal. It assists us in minimizing or reducing all misfortunes and obstacles and growing all good fortune and happiness. Kubera's mission from the gods in Hinduism was to make worshippers wealthy. This gold-gilded Dzambhala statue is excellent for Vajrayana practice.