A Kubera Thangka is a type of thangka painting that depicts Kubera, the Buddhist deity associated with wealth, prosperity, and abundance. Kubera is considered the king of the yakshas and is regarded as the guardian of treasures and the lord of wealth in Buddhist traditions.
Kubera is commonly featured as a well-appointed figure donning finery and wearing a crown encrusted with jewels. In his hands, he holds a mongoose. This creature, famously called the "mongoose of giving," is thought to emit gems and other valuables, symbolizing the conferral of wealth and prosperity.
Where do I hang my Thangka Art?
- Add this Beautiful Piece of Thangka Painting to your mini altar space for meditation practices.
- Hang it on your Living Room bedroom Space for the positive vibration around your home.
- Decorate the corridors with Buddha paintings along with the lighting, it can bring whole new feelings.
- Hang It Infront of your Study Table to make the environment calm and reduce the level of anxiety.
The Kubera thangka is believed to carry Kubera's energy and blessings, serving as a reminder of aspirations for material well-being and the importance of generosity. Often seen in Tibetan Buddhist temples, monasteries, and homes, it provides inspiration and encourages prosperity and generosity.