Dzambala, the deity embodying affluence and power, will grant us all the favourable circumstances to practice on the path to Buddhahood. These positive circumstances include material wealth up to the supramundane wealth of supreme enlightenment. In short, Dzambala grants us whatever we desire.
This Dzamabla wealth vase has been prepared by two senior monks of Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in accordance with the tradition of the Chokling Tersar. This treasure vase can be kept on your altar at home, office or factory. It can also be put into your safe or safety deposit box, but should not be put in a low place or on the ground because it has already been consecrated by Kyabje Chokling Rinpoche. The vase should be handled with care and reverence. It is good to recite a short mandala offering prayer and give offerings everyday to the vase (such as incense, flowers, etc), but if not, at least on the auspicious days of the 8th, 10th, 15th, 25th and 30th of the lunar month.
Dimensions: 11 cm (height); 10 cm (diameter)
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