Himalayan Hand-Carved Dzambhala, Wrathful Deity Statue for Ritual
We have meticulously hand-carved this copper statue of Dzambhala, the wrathful deity statue in our studio. In the statue, the Buddhist deity of wealth, prosperity, and good fortune regally sits atop a moon disc lotus seat and an elaborately carved and decorated throne, looking wrathful, signifying his ability to remove barriers and bestow favors. He holds a mongoose in his right hand and a citron fruit in his left, signifying his ability to provide wealth.
It is the perfect keepsake for devout individuals like yourself, suitable for use in Buddhist rituals, and will make a magnificent addition to your altar.
Size: 14.9"/38cm (Height) x 15.3"/39cm (Base)
Weight: 5.270 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Dzambhala is a member of the Jewel Family and is also known as the God of Fortune and Wealth. In Hinduism, He is known as the “Kubera,” a Hindu deity. There are five distinct wealth Jambhalas, each with its practice and mantra for eradicating poverty and establishing financial stability. Yellow, White, Black, Green, and Red – Yellow is the most well-known form of Jambhala. The five Jambhalas are manifestations of Buddhas' and Bodhisattvas' compassion, guiding sentient beings on the path to enlightenment. They embody generosity and represent activities that increase benefit. Their goals are to assist the poor and those suffering from misfortune.