Kubera Thangka Jambala Painting
This Kubera Thangka is also called Yellow Jambala thangka. It is the Tibetan name for Kubera. Jamabala also spelled as Dzambala is the Tibetan pronunciation.
Technical Description of Kubera Thangka Painting is as follows.
- Hand-painted on cotton canvas
- Dimensions: 62/49 cm
- Materials: Cotton Canvas, Poster color, 24k Gold
- Skill and Origin: Handmade in Nepal
- Category: Tibetan thangka paintings, Spirituality, Yoga, Meditation, Home Decor, Buddhism
Symbolic Meaning of Kubera Thangka
Kubera or Dzambala is the lord of wealth and guardian of the Northern Direction. According to ancient mythology, he is said to be the god of wealth, guardian of all the treasures of the earth which he has to distribute according to the destiny of the receivers. Kubera’s dwelling place was said to be in Alaka in the Himalayas, abounding in wealth and magnificence.
This Kubera thangka is painted in golden color and parts are 24 k gold. Other colors are stone and water paints. Finished in black background this is a medium size thangka. You can simple decorate your living room or even your personal room for decoration. And for spiritual purpose you can place it on the walls of your altar and meditate in front of it.
This thangka is hand painted by a Lama artist in Nepal. It can be brocaded as per your wish. It is a perfect decorative wall art for your shrine and home. It is made in a Tibetan Style or tradition. Free shipping! on bulk order. Contact us Now.We have varieties of silk brocade too. Please feel free to write to us.
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Tibetan Thangka painting is first and foremost a kind of religious painting which is also known as Pauba painting in Newari. Thangkas are the Tibetan version of ancient Buddhist scroll paintings practices since Buddha’s era in Nepal. Check here to learn more about Tibetan thangka paintings