Jambala Shakti Thangka Painting with Red Border
God of wealth the Buddhist form of Kubera. As Yi_dam is called Jambala. probably from the Jambala ( Lemon) which he carries in his right hand. He is rather fat and prosperous looking. He holds a money back and coins. His crown may contain an image of Ratnasambhava. Like Kubera, he is attended by a mongoose that vomits jewels.
Painted: This wonderful high quality full gold Jambala Thangka Painting is painted in Nepal.
The work duration ranges between one month to one and half year per painting depending upon the details.
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Material: Tibetan Thangka Painting
Dimensions: 57cm X 45cm or 22 "H X 18"W