A Kuber Thangka is a particular form of thangka painting which showcases the Hindu god Kuber (Kubera). He is riding a tiger and Chunkapa in Elephant and peacock represents Boddhisattvas. The Amitabh is depicted at the top in west symbolizing mercy and wisdom.
A Kuber Thangka shows the god Kuber with a luxurious and majestic outlook, sometimes portrayed as portly with a full middle, symbolizing prosperity and affluence. In a Kuber Thangka, Kuber is typically depicted as a stout and dwarf-like figure, often with a yellow or golden complexion. He is seen brandishing a blade in one arm, demonstrating his command and oversight over riches. Kuber is usually decorated with magnificent jewelry, comprising a crown, necklace, armlets, and rings. He is portrayed seated astride a tiger, signifying his prominent position and link to the sacred. Kuber is said to look after the riches of gods and mortals, safeguarding it from the wicked. He bestows fortune and success on those who come to him faithfully and with goodwill.
Devotees of Kuber seek his favor for their material wealth, financial stability, and business progression. It is believed that by venerating Kuber, they can bring prosperity and effectively administer their assets.