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Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka
Zambhala Thangka

Zambhala Thangka

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Zambhala Thangka - prosperity & wealth-giving Dharma Protector

Tibetan Buddhists consider Zambhala's sentiment regarding wealth to be providing freedom by way of bestowing prosperity, so that one may focus on the path of spirituality rather than on the material possessions & wealth.

Buddhist Zambhala is the wealth-giving form of Avalokitesvara/Chenrezig, bodhisattva of compassion.

Zambhala's blessings help others by eliminating poverty, so they may practice Dharma.

5 Zambhalas

Orange: overcomes pride

White: overcomes attachment

Black: overcomes resentment

Green: overcomes jealousy

Red: overcomes greed.

Zambhala sits on a white snowlion & his left hand holds a mongoose that produces precious jewels.

According to the Sutras, while Shakyamuni Buddha was teaching one day, demons tried to disturb and confuse the Buddha. zambhala appeared in front of the Buddha and protected him.

Recognising Zambhala’s courageous action, the Buddha asked Zambhala if he would like to become a Dharma Protector in order to help all sentient beings. Zambhala accepted the Buddha’s offer, and since then he has offered immediate assistance to all who call his name or chant his mantra. His blessings bestow good luck, increase virtues, prolong life, increase intelligence, and provide both material and spiritual benefits.

Cotton canvas art allows to be mounted in western-style frame or set in coloured brocade in traditional style (contact us at tibetanemporium@mail.com for further information on brocade setting)

Dimensions: (approximate)

86cm x 68cm

Kindly note: Traditional thangka artists do not sign their name on their completed work.

By not doing so, it is a symbol of humility and reluctance to take any merit for the work that they created. Preferably, the artwork is considered as a tribute to the dharma and the deity they create.

Please be aware of the misconception that thangka art is worth more when signed by the artist.