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Wealth Deities and Heroes

Besides Laughing Buddha, there are a few other powerful chinese wealth deities and heroes that are highly popular and very much in demand in Feng Shui for wealth protection and enhancers. They include the Eight Immortals (Deities of eight aspirations), Kwan Kung (God of War and Wealth), Military Wealth God (Bu Chai Shen), Fuk (Chai Shen Yeh as in the center figure of Fuk Luk Sau) and Tua Peh Kong.
More detailed information about the individual Wealth Deities are included in their respective column details below. Kindly proceed to their respective "info" button.
Colorful Gold Chromed Yellow Jhambala (LARGE)
The Jhambala is the Tibetan God of Wealth who is also known as Kubera. His corpulent figure signifies prosperity and his belonging to the Jewel family. He holds a lemon and a mongoose that sprouts jewels as he squeezes it. He stays on Alaka of the Himalayas and worshipped by Tibetan Buddhists. According to Buddhist mythology, he practiced Buddhism for a thousand years before Brahma made him immortal and have him guard treasures and distributing wealth to eliminate poverty and provide financial stability. It is said that riches attained from Jhambala comes with a wealth of spirituality. When one is rich, he frees himself from worrying about poverty and can exercise generosity with an unselfish attitude to help others. One can display the Yellow Jhambala in the north of the living room, wealth corners, at the prayer altar, at their water falls or water fountains and in their wealth vases.
List Price:USD88
Our Price:USD24.88
Material: Earth Material
Color: Gold Chrome Multicolor
Dimension(in): 3.5x2.8x4.6 in
Weight: 550g
ID: SL10875

Bronze Yellow Jhambala (Medium)
The Jhambala is the Tibetan God of Wealth who is also known as Kubera. His corpulent figure signifies prosperity and his belonging to the Jewel family. He holds a lemon and a mongoose that sprouts jewels as he squeezes it. He stays on Alaka of the Himalayas and worshipped by Tibetan Buddhists. According to Buddhist mythology, he practiced Buddhism for a thousand years before Brahma made him immortal and have him guard treasures and distributing wealth to eliminate poverty and provide financial stability. It is said that riches attained from Jhambala comes with a wealth of spirituality. When one is rich, he frees himself from worrying about poverty and can exercise generosity with an unselfish attitude to help others. One can display the Yellow Jhambala in the north of the living room, wealth corners, at the prayer altar, at their water falls or water fountains and in their wealth vases.
List Price:USD108
Our Price:USD32.88
Material: Bronze
Color: Bronze
Dimension(in): 2.5x1.5x3.5 in
Weight: 250g
ID: SL10871

Gold Yellow Jhambala - Type B
The Jhambala is the Tibetan God of Wealth who is also known as Kubera. His corpulent figure signifies prosperity and his belonging to the Jewel family. He holds a lemon and a mongoose that sprouts jewels as he squeezes it. He stays on Alaka of the Himalayas and worshipped by Tibetan Buddhists. According to Buddhist mythology, he practiced Buddhism for a thousand years before Brahma made him immortal and have him guard treasures and distributing wealth to eliminate poverty and provide financial stability. It is said that riches attained from Jhambala comes with a wealth of spirituality. When one is rich, he frees himself from worrying about poverty and can exercise generosity with an unselfish attitude to help others. One can display the Yellow Jhambala in the north of the living room, wealth corners, at the prayer altar, at their water falls or water fountains and in their wealth vases.
List Price:USD78
Our Price:USD21.88
Material: Brass
Color: Gold
Dimension(in): 2x1.5x2.3in
Weight: 100g
ID: SL11776

Yellow Jhambala
The Jhambala is the Tibetan God of Wealth who is also known as Kubera. His corpulent figure signifies prosperity and his belonging to the Jewel family. He holds a lemon and a mongoose that sprouts jewels as he squeezes it. He stays on Alaka of the Himalayas and worshipped by Tibetan Buddhists. According to Buddhist mythology, he practiced Buddhism for a thousand years before Brahma made him immortal and have him guard treasures and distributing wealth to eliminate poverty and provide financial stability. It is said that riches attained from Jhambala comes with a wealth of spirituality. When one is rich, he frees himself from worrying about poverty and can exercise generosity with an unselfish attitude to help others. One can display the Yellow Jhambala in the north of the living room, wealth corners, at the prayer altar, at their water falls or water fountains and in their wealth vases.
List Price:USD98
Our Price:USD28.88
Material: Brass
Color: Gold Plated
Dimension(in): 1.9x1x2 in
Weight: 150g
ID: SL10693

Xuan Wu Stepping on Tortoise and Snake
Lord Xuan Wu (also called The Dark Lord of the North or The Lord of True Martiality) is one of the most widely revered Chinese deities, ranking in popularity behind only Guan Yin and Kwan Kung. The God is always depicted holding a magical sword, which he borrowed from one of the 8-Immortals named Lu Dong-Pin. Legend says that He borrowed the magical sword to beat off a powerful devil, and after he was successful, he refused to return the sword back to Lu Dong-Pin. If his palm opens, then his sword will automatically fly back to Lu Dong-Pin. Therefore he always hold this sword tightly. Lord Xuan Wu is also always depicted with a tortoise and a snake, beneath his feet. He is revered as a powerful God, able to control the elements (worshipped by those wishing to avoid fires), and capable of great magic. He is particularly revered by martial artists, and is the 'patron saint' of Wudang Mountain in China's Hubei Province, where he attained immortality.
List Price:USD38
Our Price:USD13.88
Material: Brass
Color: Gold Plated
Dimension(in): 2.1x1.9x3.3 in
Weight: 150g
ID: SL10614

Traditional Gold Leafed Xuan Wu Stepping on Tortoise and Snake - LIMITED EDITION
This traditional styled statue of Xuan Wu Deity mimics the authentic ones you find at prayer altars of ancient chinese temples across Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. The stunning statue is hand-painted and gold leafed in great details. Lord Xuan Wu (also called The Dark Lord of the North or The Lord of True Martiality) is one of the most widely revered Chinese deities, ranking in popularity behind only Guan Yin and Kwan Kung. The deity is always depicted holding a magical sword, which he borrowed from one of the 8-Immortals named Lu Dong-Pin. Legend says that he borrowed the magical sword to beat off a powerful devil, and after he was successful, he refused to return the sword back to Lu Dong-Pin. If his palm opens, then his sword will automatically fly back to Lu Dong-Pin. Therefore he always hold this sword tightly, not wanting to let it go. Lord Xuan Wu is also always depicted with a tortoise and a snake, beneath his feet. He is revered as a powerful God, able to control the elements (worshipped by those wishing to avoid fires), and capable of great magic. He is particularly revered by martial artists, and is the 'patron saint' of Wudang Mountain in China's Hubei Province, where he attained immortality.
List Price:USD138
Our Price:USD46.88
Material: Earth Material
Color:Gold Leaf; Colorful
Dimension(in): 2.3x2x4.3in
Weight: 265g
ID: SL15087

Three Faithful Warrior Brothers
These three military heroes namely the Kwan Kung (also called Kwan Yu), Liu Bei and Zhang Fei are sworn brothers who had taken the oath to raise an army, suppress any rebellion and save the country over 2000 years ago. They had remained loyal to each other throughout extraordinary tests and vicissitudes.The 3 Warrior Brothers are best to assist one in any of the following situations:
1. Fight off and prevent any involvement in legal battles and lawsuits.
2. Destroy accusation, ill intention and betrayer from any parties, including friends, loved ones and relatives.
3. Deplete violence, harm and fightings from bad colleagues, enemies and bad neighbours.
4. Ward off ill-hearted competitors who use dirty tactics to undercut your business such as copying your products, weakening your price strategy and causing harm behind you. They will accelerate the ripening of bad karma on such competitors.
5. Bring rigteousness to officers who wants to carry out their duties with good discipline and honesty.
6. Exert powerful symbolic cure to remedy Three Killings annual affliction or any other violence energy.
List Price:USD48
Our Price:USD19.88
Material: Earth Material
Color: Bronze
Dimension(in): 2.5x1.5x3.5 in
Weight: 400g
ID: SL10594

La Cha the Kid Warrior (S)
La Cha (or Na Cha) being the third prince of Lei Cheng (deity holding a pagoda) was born with special powerful fighting skills at a tender age and was made a warrior at the age of 7. His strong presence among the chinese community is due to his popular epic. His most popular weapon is his magic rings he use to fly on sky and fight his opponents away. He always take the lead on any war against evil, with his entourage sent down by heaven. His presence will scare off all evill spirits on earth. In feng shui, the La Cha is normally invited into homes to usher in happiness, increase descendants luck, protection of the kids from sickness/danger, preventing child bully and grooming obedience in children. When the kids are well taken care of by the guardian angel and give less problems to the parents, the latter can focus better on their work in the office.
List Price:USD48
Our Price:USD12.88
Material: Bronze
Color: Bronze
Dimension(in): 1.5x1x2.5 in
Weight: 150g
ID: SL10597

La Cha the Kid Warrior (L)
La Cha (or Na Cha) being the third prince of Lei Cheng (deity holding a pagoda) was born with special powerful fighting skills at a tender age and was made a warrior at the age of 7. His strong presence among the chinese community is due to his popular epic. His most popular weapon is his magic rings he use to fly on sky and fight his opponents away. He always take the lead on any war against evil, with his entourage sent down by heaven. His presence will scare off all evill spirits on earth. In feng shui, the La Cha is normally invited into homes to usher in happiness, increase descendants luck, protection of the kids from sickness/danger, preventing child bully and grooming obedience in children. When the kids are well taken care of by the guardian angel and give less problems to the parents, the latter can focus better on their work in the office.
List Price:USD78
Our Price:USD26.88
Material: Bronze
Color: Bronze
Dimension(in): 3x2.1x4.5 in
Weight: 550g
ID: SL10598

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