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Jambala (Kuber)

Jambhal is the Buddhist Kubera i. e. God of wealth. In Buddhism he becomes a lokpalguardian of the quarter. He is shown as pot-bellied and wears rich ornaments. He carries Jambhara or a lemon in his right hand while in his left hand he holds a mongoose (nakula) vomiting jewels. As Nepalese statues shows him seated in Savyalalitasana with his right leg dangling. The god Matsyendranath, whose temple stands at Kel Tole in Kathmandu, is sometimes called Jambhala presumably because he is also regarded as God of wealth by the Buddhists.

Name:

Jambala (Kuber)

Product ID:

Price:

NAC-STU-522

US $ 95.00

Dimentions:
Height:
8 Inch
1550 Grams
Weight:
Material Used:
Cupper, Gold Platting And polishing
Made in:
Nepal
Min. Order Qty.:
1
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