In Hindu mythology, Jambhala is known as Kubera. Jambhala is also believed to be an emanation of Avalokitesvara or Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of Compassion. There are five different wealth Jambhalas; each has his own practice and mantra to help eliminate poverty and create financial stability.In the Tibetan Buddhism, Jambhala is the wealth-giving form of the Bodhisattva of Compassion sent to help human beings by eliminating poverty, so that one may focus on the path of spirituality more effectively. Over time there evolved not one but five wealth Jambhalas, each with his own mantra and practice to help eradicate poverty and create financial stability. The more well-known Yellow Jambhala is believed to be the manifestation of Buddha Ratnasambhava who represents richness.
As per Tibetan Buddhism, Jambhala is known as the wealth-giving avatar of the Bodhisattva of Compassion which helps granting riches and remover of poverty, so that one can focus on the path of spirituality properly. Ideal Placement of the Kubera idol is facing outside towards the main entrance of the home / office to attract financial luck and for protection.
Keep and display the Tibetan Jambhala Wealth God in your living room, main hall or offices facing the entrance to enjoy the blessings of wealth luck and protection associated with this powerful and auspicious ancient symbol.
All forms of Jambhala bestow wealth but they do so in different fashion. Each also provides other gifts and blessings. Yellow Jambhala is particularly beloved.
* Black Jambhala, Chief of the five Jam bhalas, is believed to be a path of Kubera, Lord of Wealth. Black Jambhala eliminates illness, resentment, rage, and criminal inclinations. He is a wrathful form of Jambhala depicted standing, surrounded by a ring of fire. His additional attribute is a cup formed from a skull.
* Green Jambhala bring success and victory in all matters. He helps overcome jealousy, envy, and has the power to stop bad omens from coming true.
* Red Jambhala sometimes appears with an elephant’s head. Red Jambhala is recommended for those already in possession of wealth and status. He helps keep business and finances healthy and assists in making advantageous contacts, contracts, and arrangements; he also helps overcome greed and attachment to the tangible and intangible benefits of wealth.
* White Jambhala is considered an emanation of Avalokiteshvara, born from the Bodhisattva’s right eye. White Jambhala may also be identified with White Tara. White Jambhala rides a turquoise dragon. His additional attribute is a bar of gold.
* Yellow Jambhala, the most beloved Jambhala, known as the “Wealth Buddha,” blesses people with prosperity and abundance so that they are free from material concerns and may focus on spirituality instead.