Tibetan Thangka of Black Jambhala is an authentic piece of artwork from Kathmandu, Nepal. It is painted on Handmade Cotton Canvas.
Also known as the Hindu God of Wealth, Kubera, the Black Jambhala is manifested from the waters of the river, originating in ancient India, and gave the transmission of generating wealth to a king whose kingdom during that period was experiencing severe financial difficulties.
Black Dzambhala (Zambala or Jambhala) is the manifestation of Buddha Akshobhya.
Black Zambala is sometimes called the chief of the five great Zambalas as it is said he has given people wealth and happiness. He is also identified as a Hindu god of wealth, Kubera.
He will fulfill your wishes, make you happy, and give you wealth and prosperity if you meditate on him and repeat his mantra. He has been portrayed standing on a corpse with a Kapala (a cup made from a human skull) in his right hand along with the mongoose in his left hand. He is also usually pictured being surrounded by a ring of fire.
Mantras of Black Jambhala
- Om Zambhala Dzamlim Dzaye Svaha
- Om Indzali Mu Kan Dzamali Svaha