Goddess of Wealth and Abundance – Vasudhara

Goddess of Wealth and Abundance – Vasudhara

is named Shiskar Apa in Lahul and Spiti. She is comparable to the in Theravada and Tai folk and Bhumidevi and in . She is also known as Goddess of  and Abundance.

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Who is Vasudhara?

Vasudhara (Tib. Norgyunma), the of money, , and abundance, is a of riches, prosperity, and abundance. She is revered in many Buddhist countries and is depicted in and stories. Her reputation has spread to southern Buddhist countries, despite her origins as an Indian bodhisattva.

What is the of Vasudhara?

The mantra of Vasudhara is Sri Vasudhara Ratna Nidhana Kashetri Soha.

Goddess Vasudhara is another manifestation of the Goddess . According to the , a generous and compassionate man who needs wealth to help the poor, requested the then human for financial abundance. The Historical , , then gave him the mantra of Goddess Vasudhara. But more than the material abundance, chanting this mantra will help attain as well.

What are the benefits of the Vasudhara mantra?

To be by deities who will shower people with riches and prosperity, the Vasudhara mantra should be repeated.

Thangkas of vasudhara

Buddhist Deity vasudhara

This is an old of Vasudhara collection of . This thangka is handpainted on using Mineral Pigment. The size of this thangka is 71.12×52.71cm (28×20.75in).

Vasudhara and Hvashang (: nor gyun ma hwa shang); the goddess of wealth alongside the patron to the 16 .

Vasudhara is a deity. The color of her is yellow. She has one face with long black hair piled in a mound on the crown of the head.

Her right arm is extended across the knee with the palm outward in the of generosity holding the stem of a flower blossom supporting a gold vase filled with upright stalks of grain. The right hand held to the heart performs the mudra of blessing.

She is adorned with a jewelled tiara, gold earrings and pink ribbons, a choker, necklace, bracelets and anklets. She wears a red and blue scarf across the shoulders and a blue lower garment tied with a green sash.

The right leg pendant and the left drawn up she sits in a relaxed posture atop a moon disc, surrounded by a dark blue nimbus and green areola.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage
Origin
Date Range 1600 – 1699
Size of the Thangka 71.12×52.71cm
Material Cotton , Ground Mineral Pigment
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Collection Rubin of

Vasudhara Old Thangka

This is an old Thangka of Vasudhara collection of Rubin Museum of Art. This thangka is handpainted on cotton using Ground Mineral Pigment.

Vasudhara has one face and two hands. Her right hand is in the gesture of supreme generosity and the left holds tufts of grain and a vase, showering down various jewels.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1800 – 1899
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Painting

This is a Vasudhara collection of private.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Painting Art

This Vasudhara painting  is from private collection. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from Buddhist lineage.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from private collection. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from Buddhist lineage.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Thangka of Vasudhara

This Vasudhara thangka is from private collection. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from Buddhist lineage.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Tibetan Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Museum of Fine Arts collection. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from a Buddhist lineage. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Mongolia
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts

Tibetan Vasudhara Thangka Art

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from a Buddhist lineage. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Vasudhara is the Goddess of Wealth. She is yellow in color with one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Date Range 1700 – 1799
Origin
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Buddhist Vasudhara Thangka Art

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands. This thangka is from a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Tibetan Vasudhara Thangka Art

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Eastern Tibet
Date Range 1960 –
Material
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Vasudhara Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

This thangka is made between 1900 – 1959. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1900 – 1959
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Buddhist Vasudhara Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

This thangka is made in beteen 1900 – 1959. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1900 – 1959
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Vasudhara Traditional Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

This thangka is made in beteen 1900 – 1959. The material used to make this thangka is Ground: Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1900 – 1959
Material Ground: Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Vasudhara Ritual Thangka

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

This thangka is made in beteen 1900 – 1959. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1900 – 1959
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Traditional Vasudhara Thangka Art

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. She is from Buddist Lineage. This thangka is from a private collection.

This thangka is made in beteen 1900 – 1959. The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1900 – 1959
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Ritual Vasudhara Thangka Art

This Vasudhara thangka is from the Rubin Museum of Art. This thangka is from a Los Angeles County Museum of Art collection. Vasudhara has one face and six hands.

The material used to make this thangka is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. She is peaceful in appearance.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Classification Deity
Collection Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Vasudhara Mandalas

Vasudhara Mandala Art

This is a of Godess Vasudhara from Tibet. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of . She has one face and 6 hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Buddhist Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 6 hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Buddhist Deity Vasudhara Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 6 hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Mandala of Vasudhara Art

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 6 hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Tibetan Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Tibet. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 2 hands.

She is from Buddhist Lineage. The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. She is peaceful in appearance. This mandala of Vasudhara is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1600 – 1699
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Mandala of Vasudhara

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 6 hands. The size of this mandala is 103.50×87.60cm (40.75×34.49in).

She is from Buddhist Lineage. The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. She is peaceful in appearance. This mandala of Vasudhara is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Size 103.50×87.60cm (40.75×34.49in)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1300 – 1399
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Tibetan Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Tibet. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. She has one face and 6 hands.

She is from , (Sakya), and Buddhist Lineage. The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. She is peaceful in appearance. This mandala of Vasudhara is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Sakya, Ngor (Sakya), and Buddhist
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1500 – 1599
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Vasudhara Mandala Art

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala.

. The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name   财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Classification Deity
Collection Publications, Calender

Buddhist Vasudhara Mandala Art

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. Vasudhara has one face and six hands. She is from a Buddhist lineage.

. This mandala is from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tibetan Vasudhara Mandala Art

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. Vasudhara has one face and six hands. She is from a Buddhist lineage.

. The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tibetan Vasudhara Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. Vasudhara has one face and six hands. She is from a Buddhist lineage. This mandala is made between 1700 – 1799. She is peaceful in appearance.

The size of this mandala is 88x73cm (34.65×28.74in). The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Origin 1700 – 1799
Size 88x73cm (34.65×28.74in)
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Private

Traditional Vasudhara Mandala

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. Vasudhara has one face and six hands. She is from a Buddhist lineage. This mandala is made between 1800 – 1899. She is peaceful in appearance.

The size of this mandala is 99x78cm (38.98×30.71in). The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Origin 1800 – 1899
Size 99x78cm (38.98×30.71in)
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Private

Traditional Mandala of Vasudhara

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. This mandala is made between 1800 – 1899.

The size of this mandala is 80.01×60.96cm (31.50x24in). The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from a Rubin Museum of Art collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Origin 1800 – 1899
Size 80.01×60.96cm (31.50x24in)
Classification Deity
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Ritual Mandala of Vasudhara

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. Vasudhara has one face and six hands. This mandala is made between 1800 – 1899. She is peaceful in appearance.

The size of this mandala is 81.58×48.56cm (32.12×19.12in). The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from a Rubin Museum of Art collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Origin 1800 – 1899
Size 81.58×48.56cm (32.12×19.12in)
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Buddhist Mandala of Vasudhara

This is a Mandala of Goddess Vasudhara from Nepal. Vasudhara is depicted in the center of the mandala. This mandala is made between 1700 – 1799. She has one face and six hands. She is a peaceful appearance.

The size of this mandala is 63.50×90.17cm (25×35.50in). The material used to make this mandala is Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton. This mandala is from a Rubin Museum of Art collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name  ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Origin 1700 – 1799
Size 63.50×90.17cm (25×35.50in)
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Material Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Statue of Vasudhara

Vasudhara Statue

This statue of vasudhara is from Nepal. She has one face, and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Appearance Peaceful
Collection Private

Vasudhara Buddhist Statue

This statue of vasudhara is from Nepal.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Collection Private

Vasudhara Tibetan Statue

This statue of vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is yellow in color with one face and six hands. Her first right hand is in a gesture of supreme generosity, the second ‘raining jewels,’ the third with the hand in a gesture accompanying singing. Her first left holds an abundant vase, the second a sheaf of grain, the third [holds] the text; adorned with all jewel ornaments.”

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1500 – 1599
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara  Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. She has one face and two hands. The right hand of Vasudhara is in the gesture of supreme generosity and the left holds tufts of rice and a vase, showering down various jewels. 

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Material Metal
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Buddhist Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. She has one face and six hands. The materialused to make this statue is metal. She is sitting on a in a peaceful appearance. Vasudhara is from Buddhist lineage.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Material Metal
Appearance Peaceful
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. . The material used to make this statue is Copper, Mercuric Gild. Vasudhara is from Buddhist lineage.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Material Copper, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Tibetan Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Vasudhara Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Buddhist Vasudhara Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone, Stone Inset: Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone, Stone Inset: Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Vasudhara Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone, Stone Inset: Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone, Stone Inset: Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Traditional Vasudhara Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Traditional Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Gender Female
Collection Private

Ritual Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is made between 1100 – 1199. The size of this statue is 20cm (7.87in) high. This statue is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1100 – 1199
Lineage Buddhist
Size 20cm (7.87in) high
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

14th century Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is made between 1400 – 1499. This statue is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1400 – 1499
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Tibetan Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Ritual Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. She is peaceful in appearance.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Traditional Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. The material used to make this thangka is Metal, Stone Inset: Turquoise.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. She is peaceful in appearance. She is yellow in color with one face and six hands. Her first right hand is in a gesture of supreme generosity, the second ‘raining jewels,’ the third with the hand in a gesture accompanying singing.

Her first left holds an abundant vase, the second a sheaf of grain, the third [holds] the Prajnaparamita text. She is adorned with all jewel ornaments.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Material Metal, Stone Inset: Turquoise
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Handmade Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. The material used to make this thangka is Metal.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. She is peaceful in appearance. She is yellow in color with one face and six hands. Her first right hand is in a gesture of supreme generosity, the second ‘raining jewels,’ the third with the hand in a gesture accompanying singing.

Her first left holds an abundant vase, the second a sheaf of grain, the third [holds] the Prajnaparamita text. She is adorned with all jewel ornaments.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Material Metal
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Handmade Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. The material used to make this statue is Metal. This thangka is from a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Handmade Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. This statue is from The British Museum collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Collection The British Museum

Vasudhara Ritual Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. This statue is from The British Museum collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Collection The British Museum

Traditional Statue of Vasudhara Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. This statue is from The British Museum collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Collection The British Museum

Ritual Statue of Vasudhara Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. This statue is from The British Museum collection. Vasudhara has one face and two hands. The right hand in the gesture of supreme generosity and the left holds tufts of rice and a vase, showering down various jewels.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Collection The British Museum

13th Century Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. This statue was made between 1300 – 1399.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. The material used to make this statue is Metal. This thangka is from a The British Museum collection. The right hand of Vasudhara is in the gesture of supreme generosity and the left holds tufts of rice and a vase, showering down various jewels.

She is having jewel ornaments and garments of . She is Completely surrounded by friendly beings.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1300 – 1399
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection The British Museum

15th Century Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Buddhist Statue of Vasudhara Art

Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Vasudhara Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Private collection. The material used to make this statue is Metal.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

12th Century Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. This statue was made between 1200 – 1299.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from a Museum collection. The material used to make this statue is Metal. The right hand of Vasudhara is in the gesture of supreme generosity and the left holds tufts of rice and a vase, showering down various jewels.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1200 – 1299
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Patan Museum

Vasudhara Tibetan Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Katimari collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Katimari collection.

Vasudhara Buddhist Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet . Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Katimari collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Katimari collection.

11th Century Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet . Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Rubin Museum of Art collection. This statue is made between 1100 – 1199. The material used to make this statue is Metal.

Vasudhara is a Budhdist goddess of wealth and harvest. She is closely linked with  another important . Vasudhara has many and is also depicted as the consort of Jambhala.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Date Range 1100 – 1199
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

16th Century Statueof Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Rubin Museum of Art collection. This statue is made between 11600 – 1699. The material used to make this statue is Metal.

Vasudhara is a Budhdist goddess of wealth and harvest. She is closely linked with Jambhala another important  of wealth. Vasudhara has many forms and is also depicted as the consort of Jambhala.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1600 – 1699
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Rubin Museum of Art

Ritual Vasudhara Statue Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet . Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Museum, New Delhi collection. The material used to make this statue is Bronze.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Material Bronze
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Tibet House Museum, New Delhi

Handmade Statue of Vasudhara Art

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet . Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is from Tibet House Museum, New Delhi collection. The material used to make this statue is Bronze.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Material Bronze
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Tibet House Museum, New Delhi

Buddhist Deity Vasudhara Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Tibet . Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. This statue is from Tibet House Museum, New Delhi collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Tibet
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Collection Tibet House Museum, New Delhi

15th Century Tibetan Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Copper. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. The size of the statue is 25.40cm (10in) high.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is made between 1500 – 1599. This statue is from John and Berthe Ford collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1500 – 1599
Size 25.40cm (10in) high
Lineage Buddhist
Material Copper
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection John and Berthe Ford

15th Century Buddhist Vasudhara Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is made between 1500 – 1599. This statue is from a Private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1500 – 1599
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild, Precious Stone
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Buddhist Handmade Statue of Vasudhara

This Vasudhara statue is from the Tibet House Roshan Sabavala, Mumbai, collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Collection Roshan Sabavala, Mumbai, India

Tibetan Handmade Statue of Vasudhara

Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. The material used to make this statue is Metal, Mercuric Gild. She is peaceful in appearance. This statue is from the Roshan Sabavala, Mumbai, India collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal, Mercuric Gild
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Roshan Sabavala, Mumbai, India

13th Century Buddhist Vasudhara Statue

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage.

This statue is made between 1300 – 1399. This statue is from the collection. Vasudhara is yellow in color with one face and six hands.

Her first right hand is in a gesture of supreme generosity, the second ‘raining jewels,’ the third with the hand in a gesture accompanying singing. Her first left hand holds an abundant vase, the second a sheaf of grain, the third [holds] the Prajnaparamita text. She is adorned with all jewel ornaments.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1300 – 1399
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Collection American Museum of

Traditional Handmade Statue of Vasudhara

Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance. The material used to make this statue is Bronze. This statue is from the American Museum of Natural History collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Material Bronze
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection American Museum of Natural History

15th Century Ritual Statue of Vasudhara

This statue of Vasudhara is from Nepal. The material used to make this statue is Metal. Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. Vasudhara is peaceful in appearance.

She has one face and six hands. This statue is made between 1500 – 1599. This statue is a private collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name 财源天母(佛教本尊)
Origin Nepal
Date Range 1500 – 1599
Lineage Buddhist
Material Metal
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Private

Traditional Handmade Statue of Vasudhara Art

Vasudhara is from a Buddhist lineage. She is peaceful in appearance. This statue is from Museum der Kulturen, Basel collection.

Name Vasudhara
Tibetan Name ནོར་རྒྱུན་མ། ནང་ལྷ།
Chinese Name  财源天母(佛教本尊)
Lineage Buddhist
Classification Deity
Appearance Peaceful
Gender Female
Collection Museum der Kulturen, Basel

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