The Kuber Zambalas, consisting of five figures, are deeply embedded in Tibetan Buddhist and Hindu practices for bringing blessings of affluence and eliminating hindrances to success. It is believed that they possess the capacity to support financial achievement and dissolve difficulties.
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The Five Kuber depicted in the thangka are :
- Dzambhala of the Great Treasure (Jambhala): Also known as Dzambhala or Jambhala, this deity is regarded as the main Kuber Zambala.
- White Dzambhala : He is associated with the Ratnasambhava Buddha and is revered as the embodiment of generosity and abundance.
- Yellow Dzambhala : He is believed to bless devotees with prosperity, good fortune, and abundance.
Black Zambala : He is associated with the Amoghasiddhi Buddha and is known for his power to overcome financial obstacles.
Red Dzambhala: Red Dzambhala, or Red Kubera, is depicted with a red or reddish-gold complexion.
Through prayers, rituals, and visualizations, prayers and people seek the blessings of the Five Kuber Zambalas to generate financial plenty, overcome financial troubles, and promote generosity and positive karma. These deities are revered as powerful emblems of riches and success, signifying the possibility of both spiritual and material well-being.