Mammoth Ivory Carvings of Laughing Buddha Holding a Wealth Ball
You can buy this explicit carving of Laughing Buddha Holding a Wealth Ball in his hand on a wooden plank carefully sculpted with original mammoth ivory.
Look how the artist has worked on the details of his expression, his clothes and especially his necklace.
Laughing Buddha Statue often is shown with beads hanging from his neck or in his hand. These beads are often referred to as the “pearls of wisdom”. As a result many likes to keep the Laughing Buddha with the beads close by the place they normally meditate.
CARVING OF LAUGHING BUDDHA HOLDING A WEALTH BALL IN MAMMOTH IVORY
Hence a laughing Buddha with a wealth ball would be a good choice because the wealth ball is meant to attract prosperity.
The Laughing Buddha Holding a Wealth Ball is regarded as one of the most auspicious Gods of wealth. It brings prosperity, success and financial gains to the house. However, the location of placing the Laughing Buddha is important.
Therefore it has to be placed at a height of some 30” approximate and should be facing the main door directly.
The Laughing Buddha greets the energies that enter from the main gate and activates them manifold and turns highly prosperous. Therefore if this location is not possible, the next best place to place the Laughing Buddha is on a side table or a corner table, which is diagonally opposite to the main door and facing the door.
It is not advisable to place the Laughing Buddha in a bedroom or in the dining room.
This God of wealth is not worshiped or prayed to, but just displayed and its presences are purely symbolic and auspicious.
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