NO. GAN001

Ganapati (twelve hands)

Ganapati, Maha Rakta (Tibetan: tsog gi dag po, mar chen. English: The Great Red Lord of Hosts). A wealth deity from Hinduism, also known as Ganesh or Ganesha. This form of Ganapati is regarded as an emanation of Avalokiteshvara.

Shri Ganapati with a body red in colour, having an elephant face with sharp white tusks and possessing three eyes, black hair tied in a topknot with a wishing-gem and a red silk ribbon all in a bundle on the crown of the head. With twelve hands, the six right hold an axe, arrow, hook, vajra, sword and spear. The six left hold a pestle, bow, katvanga, skullcup filled with blood, skullcup filled with human flesh and a shield together with a spear and banner. The peaceful right and left hands are signified by the vajra and skullcup filled with blood held to the heart. The remaining hands are displayed in a threatening manner. Wearing various silks as a lower garment and adorned with a variety of jewel ornaments, the left foot is extended in a dancing manner, standing in the middle of the bright rays of red flickering light.

NO. GAN002 Ganapati (twelve hands) NO. GAN003 Ganapati (four hands)


NO. FJAM001

The five Jambhalas

The Green Jambhala is the incarnation of Buddha Aksobhya. His beneficence is to enable all beings to succeed in everything, fulfil all wishes, accumulate wealth and eliminate ill omen and other hindrances. The beneficence of the white Jambhala is to cure diseases, get rid of poverty and sins,promote charitable deeds and accumulate wealth. The beneficence of the Red Jambhala is that his doctrine is suitable for those in high social positions. If they practise his doctrine, they can recruit more talented people and possess more moneyk, valubles and food. The beneficence of the Yellow Jambhala is that his doctrine enables the follower to have good luck and Virtues, prolong his life, increase his intelligence and gain both material and spiritual benefits. The beneficence of the Black Jambhala is that his doctrine is suitable for the poor, the lower classes and ascetics. If they practise his doctrine, they can elminate resentment, theft, diseases and other barriers and obtain more benefits.


NO. YJAM001

Yellow Jambhala

(Tibetan: dzam bha la ser po): The God of Wealth.

This is the yellow Jambhala, yellow in colour, he is adorned with a crown, jewel and gold ornaments and silk garments, seated imperially in the center of the multi-coloured lotus throne, steped on a white conch shell. With left hand in the stoat a jewel keeping in mouth and right hand the morni of gush of flame on the right knee, with the jewel earring and jewel necklace, he is exposing his chest and abdomen, the aura and lucky cloud surrounded on the sides.

NO. YJAM002 Yellow Jambhala NO. YJAM003 Yellow Jambhala (Yabyum)


NO. WJAM001

White Jambhala

White Jambhala (Tibetan: dzam bha la kar po): a Wealth Deity - emanation of Avalokiteshvara.

With one face and two hands he holds in the right a stick of gold. A katvanga staff rests against the left shoulder. Wrathful in appearance with the hair flowing upward like flames he is adorned with jewel ornaments and silks of various colours, riding on the back of a green dragon - sporting amongst the clouds.

NO. WJAM002 White Jambhala (Karma Gardri School of Thangka paintings)


NO. BJAM001

Black Jambhala

Popularized by Shakyasribhadra, holding a skullcup and mongoose, naked and wrathful in a standing posture. He is the God of Wealth in Tibetan buddhism.With august guise he tread on the back of yellow rich man.


NO. RJAM001

Red Jambhala

Red Jambhala (Tibetan: dzam bha la mar po); The God of Wealth, embracing the consort Vasudhara.

This is the Red Jambhala, red in colour, he is adorned with a crown, jewel and gold ornaments and silk garments, embraced the consort Vasudhara, seated imperially in the center of the multi-coloured lotus throne, steped on a white conch shell. With left hand in the stoat a jewel keeping in mouth and right hand the wish-fulfilling jewels on the right knee, with the jewel earring and jewel necklace, he is exposing his chest and abdomen, the aura and lucky cloud surrounded on the sides.

His consort Vasudhara also holds the wish-fulfilling jewels in the right hand and holds a skullcup.


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The 8 entourages of Vaishravana (The Wealth Deities)

They are eight entourages of Vaishravana, in their left hands they all hold a mongoose excreting gems from the mouth, with the coat of armour, they are:

8J001 Kubera (north)

8J002 Lo-Pu-Sun-Pow (west)

8J003 Yung-Da-Shem (southeast)

8J004 Khang-Va-Sun-Po (south)

8J005 Cho-Nheer (southwest)

8J006 Ar-Dan (northwest)

8J007 Zham-Pu-Chem-Pa (northeast)

8J008 Jewellery Deity (east)

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