This Nepali Yellow Dzambhala statue depicts the most popular emanation of the five Dzambhalas. He is also an embodiment of Buddha Ratsnasambhava and the Dzambhalas are members of the jewel family. The mandate given to the Dzambhalas is to eliminate poverty through the creation of wealth. Additionally, Yellow Dzambhala was selected to serve as a Dharmapala by the Buddha.
Features of Nepali Yellow Dzambhala Statue
Features of our Yellow Dzambhala statue include his mongoose Nehulay perched on his left forearm. Nehulay is always spitting forth precious jewels and also represents Yellow Dzambhalas subjugation of the Nagas. Furthermore, the right hand of Yellow Dzambhala is displaying the Varada “gift giving” mudra. His right leg sits in panhandle partially extended and his left leg is drawn in. Additionally, Yellow Dzambhala sits on a single lotus pedestal and wears the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva.
Our Yellow Dzambhala statue was handmade in Patan, Nepal using traditional methods. As a result, when you purchase our Dzambhala statue rest assured you have procured monastic quality Tibetan sculpture. Indeed, the Nepali artisans have long been the preferred suppliers of the Tibetan monasteries for Buddhist sculptures and ritual items.