Originating in India, the tradition of wealth vases arrived in Tibet over 1000 years ago. The ancient Saint Padmasambava gave specific instructions for creating wealth vases, which represent the wealth deities themselves. Tibetans have kept wealth vases for centuries where they are placed in homes, on the altar and even buried in the ground. These days, wealth vases are also kept in offices and places of business for growth and prosperity.
These authentic wealth vases are handmade by monks from Gaden Monastery according to specific scriptural instructions. The exterior of the wealth vase is decorated with meticulously painted auspicious symbols of wealth, while the interior contains precious items such as relics from high lamas, representations of wealth Buddhas, holy items, precious and semi-precious gems, and the five natural elements including earth, gold and silver. Prayers are continuously recited while the wealth vases are being filled and upon completion, a large prayer session is conducted to invoke and seal the energies of the Wealth Buddhas within the vases.
Wealth vases may be personalised with pearl decorations or other precious items as an offering to the Buddhas and will enhance its positive energies.
- Keep in a clean high place.
- Can be placed on the altar.
- Can be placed anywhere in the home, office or place of business, except in bathrooms.
- Do not touch with bare hands. Use a khata to move the wealth vase.
- Best kept in a casing for protection.
Dimensions:5” – 5.5” (H) x 4.2 – 4.75” (W)
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- ChhoyingReview by Wealth Vase
- Very very happyReview by Robyne
- Nicely packed, safely arrived.Review by Carmen
- Indirect wealth at homeReview by R
- I have two small vases at home. A few weeks ago, I cleaned the casing of the vase and also the vase with the khata. At the same time, I asked my wife if she had any jewellery that is new and she doesnt wear (she's fond of trinkets). She placed a couple of pearls and earrings next to the vase. I placed the vase back into the cabinet. The next day she won a large flat screen tv at her company dinner in a lucky draw. Coincidence? I think not. We already have a TV at home and we had no choice but to sell it off. (Reviewed on 7/21/2015)
- Wealth VaseReview by Elsie
- two years ago I had a dream that triggers me to invite wealth vase home. i didnt expect anything to change or happened but it really did. a month after i invited home my wealth vase, an ex-co-worker called me if he could rent my vacant room which i have never rented it out. since then i have a stream of income coming in for me. i am very happy and last week i brought my daughter to mbf(modern buddhist fellowship) my daughter saw the wealth vase with blinks blinks and she likes it very much and i intend to invite home for her for christmas. (Reviewed on 11/20/2012)
- wealth vaseReview by marcela
i invited a wealth vase to my home, it make me very happy. then my son got married and i gave it to him. i am very happy that arrive fine and to have the oportunity to have known thios vase.
my best wishes to everyone
om many padme hum. (Reviewed on 7/21/2012)
- masterpieceReview by Alex Kwan
- i have 1 big wealth vase at home and 2 small piece at my 2 offices. hope the rest likes it also. (Reviewed on 10/17/2011)
- wealth vasesReview by marb in
- this is a very beautiful wealth vases that i invited to my home and for my family members. I am very bless to have known this powerful holy items. thank you again (Reviewed on 9/18/2011)