24K Gold Gilded Buddhist Deity Jambhala Practice Sculpture
We have exquisitely hand-sculpted the Jambhala Practice Sculpture in a traditional Himalayan style made in Nepal. The deity in the statute is depicted sitting on a lotus seat. In his left hand is holding a mongoose Nehulay, and in his right is a citron tree fruit. Generation after generation has passed down our expertise in creating sculptures of these deities. We used copper to form the body and real 24-karat gold to gild it. The statue has been adorned with priceless gemstones on a crown, body ornaments, and a lotus seat. The statue's captivating appearance is enhanced by applying acrylic paints for facial attributes. The robe is filled with intricate design patterns. The elaborate artistic patterns were hand-carved using a hammer and tiny chisels. Artists must have years of skill since delicate carvings require them to carve out elaborate designs on a small surface.
This Dzambhala statue will be a perfect gift from Nepal to a devotee like you that will aid you in your practices and regular activities such as meditation and yoga.
Size: 10.6"/27cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 3.081 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Dzambala 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. Dzambala hoped he would be reborn as a god of wealth throughout this wealthy life, with the noble goal of helping the poor and unfortunate.