Gold Gilded Traditional Dzambhala Practice Statue for Religious Purpose and Meditation
This elaborately crafted Dzambhala Practice Statue was made in our studio using exclusive Nepali themes. Made of oxidized copper, the statue's body is coated in 24-karat gold for some parts. Acrylic paint emphasizes the deity's characteristics, such as his angry expressions, which makes the statue stand out more. He is regally seated on a moon disc lotus. The statue features the Wealth deity, Dzambhala, who is depicted holding a citron fruit in his right hand and a jewel-spitting mongoose in his left. Our craftsmen skillfully set beautiful gemstones on the god to adorn the statue.
The ideal addition to your Buddhist shrine can be used as a meditative accompaniment for yourself or any devotee.
Size: 14.5"/37cm (Height) x 10.6"/27cm (Base)
Weight: 5.16 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Oxidized Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Dzambhala was born many eons ago in the world known as Hoetzer Jyapa, which means "a hundred light rays." Famines, natural disasters, and wars were unheard of in this region of enormous abundance. In this most fortunate realm, the Buddha Nime Shel spread Mahayoga teachings. Jambala hoped that he would be reborn as a god of wealth throughout this wealthy life, with the noble goal of helping the poor and unfortunate.