Dimension : Length -5.5 Inch | Width -3 Inch | Height 5.5 Inch || Weight 1.15 Kg
Kuber is the Hindu god for wealth, money and riches. He is the king of all Yakshas. He is the chief treasurer of the heavens and is considered the custodian of all wealth in the universe. In a typical depiction, Kuber is shown as a short and stout personality wearing exquisite ornaments and carrying a huge pot or bag of money along with a club. Those whoa re devoted to Kuber and perform his puja with diligence and concentration shall not have any shortage of money.
The meaning of the name ‘Kuber’ in Sanskrit is ‘ill-shaped’ or ‘deformed’ although some say that his name is derived from ‘kumba,’ which means ‘to conceal.’ The former has bearings in the description of Kuber in later Puranic texts, where he is seen as fat and dwarf wearing a lot of jewelry and carrying a bag of gold coins, a club, and sometimes a pomegranate. His deformities include three legs, eight teeth, and one eye.
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A childless will get the child, unemployed gets the job, uncurable diseases gets cured, obstacles in marriage are removed and there is an unexpected increase in the income of a businesman.Kubera is described as the embodiment of both Artha (“wealth, prosperity, glory”) and Arthashastras, the treatises related to it—and his iconography mirrors it. Kubera’s complexion is described as that of lotus leaves. He rides a man—the state personified, adorned in golden clothes and ornaments, symbolizing his wealth. His left eye is yellow. He wears an armour and a necklace down to his large belly. The Vishnudharmottara Purana further describes his face to be inclined to the left, sporting a beard and mustache, and with two small tusks protruding from the ends of his mouth, representing his powers to punish and to bestow favours. His wife Riddhi, representing the journey of life, is seated on his left lap, with her left hand on the back of Kubera and the right holding a ratna-patra (jewel-pot). Kubera should be four-armed, holding a gada (mace: symbol of dandaniti—administration of justice) and a shakti (power) in his left pair, and standards bearing a lion—representing Artha and a shibika (a club, the weapon of Kubera).
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