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Height: 7.5 inches
Year: 18th Century

Material: Bronze 


Jambhala, also known as Dzambhala or Kubera, is a deity associated with wealth, prosperity, and abundance in Buddhism and Hinduism. Jambhala is primarily revered in Tibetan Buddhism and is considered a form of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chenrezig).


In Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Jambhala is considered one of the Wealth Deities (also known as the Five Jambhalas). Each of the Five Jambhalas represents different aspects of wealth and is associated with specific qualities and mantras. The primary purpose of propitiating Jambhala is to overcome poverty, financial difficulties, and to cultivate generosity and abundance.


Jambhala is typically depicted as a bodhisattva with a wrathful appearance. He is often shown holding a mongoose, which symbolizes his ability to bestow wealth and prosperity. The mongoose is believed to spew forth precious jewels, representing the abundance that Jambhala provides to his devotees.



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