Dzambhala Thangka for Wealth and Prosperity | Wealth Deity Artwork | Himalayan Wall Decor

Natural Mineral Colors
SKU: 19848


Dzambhala Thangka for Wealth and Prosperity

The Dzambhala Thangka, which portrays the venerated deity linked to wealth and prosperity, is a compelling example of Tibetan Buddhist spirituality. This holy piece of art creates a visual tapestry that entices viewers into the rich world of Tibetan religious symbolism through its exquisite use of 24K gold and natural stone colors. It radiates a divine luminosity. The thangka, which is painted in the recognizable Karma Gadri style, is a work of art with fine details and textures that evoke reflection on the god's benign presence. The Dzambhala Thangka, which captures the spirit of Tibetan Buddhist artistry and devotion, is a potent visual meditation with its harmonious composition and rich spiritual narrative.
Size: 18"/45.72cm (width) x 24"/60.96cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Natural Stone Colors, 24K gold

Dzambhala is regarded as the embodiment of wealth, prosperity, and abundance. He is a prominent deity in both the Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist traditions. In Tibetan Buddhism, Dzambhala is especially linked to the material and spiritual abundance that comes with enlightenment. He is frequently portrayed as a kind god who bestows these blessings on his followers. Iconographically, Dzambhala is usually shown sitting on a lotus throne, wearing jewel-encrusted clothing, and clutching a mongoose that spits jewels out of its mouth, signifying the unceasing flow of wealth and kindness. In their rituals and prayers, devotees turn to Dzambhala to ask for blessings related to success, wealth, and spiritual well-being. The god is revered as a kind being who aids people in overcoming hardships and barriers to a happier, more prosperous life


We do traditional brocade mounts upon your request. We send available samples and price details for your final confirmation.

As requested for consecrations/blessings, we can take Thangka to Monasteries/Rinpoches from nearby Boudha Stupa. We kindly ask you to offer $50 for the monasteries for blessings/consecration services.