Golden Tua Peh Kong - LARGE
Material: Earth Material
Dimension(in): 3x3x5 in
This large size smiling golden tua peh kong
is colorfully painted with fine details. The Tua Peh Kong is another
wealth deity who is very popular among tycoons and businessmen
in Asia. He is one of the Five Wealth Gods, in which the other
four is in heaven but he is more special because he takes care
of distributing money on earth. He is famous for helping people
at striking lotteries in Singapore and other parts of southeast
Asia and therefore is known as God of Windfall. He is depicted
sitting on his dragon chair and carrying a big gold ingot (to
multiply wealth) and a Ru Yi (to enhance authority and power).
This statue is most suitable for workdesks, large wealth vases,
receptions and cashiers.
What Tua Peh Kong symbolizes and how to place the object?
Tua Peh Kong (also known as God of Windfall)
is another extremely popular God of Wealth especially in Southeast
Asia (Singapore and its nearby countries). Most of the Buddhist
and Taoist temples, homes and businesses in southeast Asia have
his figure popularly worshipped by devotees. His presence signifies
windfall luck, gambling luck, business luck, authority/high ranks,
prosperity, excellent fortune and longevity. Some great politicians
seek his advices to economy forecasts of districts or states.
Most housewives would throng his temples for blessings before
Also known as God of Earth. He has five subordinates known as
Gods of Wealth of Five Zones who are stationed at the East, South,
West, North and Central zones. In order to have control over all
the districts, this God of Wealth will help anyone whether he
is good, evil, rich or poor, to manage his wealth so that it won't
deplete easily. Among the five Gods of Wealth in which Civil God
of Wealth, Military God of Wealth, Righteous God of Wealth and
Rich God of Wealth are gods belonging to heaven, the Tua Peh Kong
is a god of the earth. Whilst the heavenly gods distribute the
wealth to individuals, he is the one controlling and passing it
on to each individual.
The Tua Peh Kong looks like an old rich
grandpa who wears a gold robe of longevity on the throne and usually
holds a Ru Yi to signify authority and wealth symbols (such as
gold ingots or wealth pots) for good fortune. The Tua Peh Kong
is also another good symbol of longevity.
To optimize blessings from the Tua Peh
Kong, it is recommended that his image is placed in the following
1. Display the Tua Peh Kong in important areas of your business
premise, office or living room. He can also be placed in reception,
nearby metal safe, cashiers' counter to bring in more cash and
lobbies. He should be facing the maindoor, but not necessarily
facing out directly. He can be placed diaganolly as well.
2. Display Him in the southeast corner (wealth corner) of your
homes or business premises. He can also be placed nearby your
wealth ships to activate it.
3. Display His image in your personal Sheng
Chi direction to tap optimum energy for your career growth,
good fortune luck and self development for long term success.
4. The Tua Peh Kong is an essential ingredient to set up wealth
vases besides the Laughing Buddha. It is best to placed both the
symbols in your vase for optimum results.
To maximize the luck for the whole household, where both
the man and women of the family also benefit from windfall, one
should get both the Tua Peh Kong and Choy San Poh. They can be
either paired up together to work wonders for you or individually
placed in SW (benefitting the matriarch) and NW (benefitting the
Pairing up Tua Peh Kong with Choy
Note: Kindly do not place the Tua Peh Kong in your bedrooms, toilets and kitchen.