Picture Above Is Goddess Vasundhara, goddess of abundance is the consort of Kuvera (Jambala ), the god of wealth.
She is Represented on sitting on a lotus pedestal in a posture similar to Green Tara. She has six arms she holds in the lower left hand her characteristic symbol, the treasure vase. The hand above holds another distinguishing attribute, the ears of corn (Tib. ‘bru’I sne ma). The third left hand holds a book, the Prajnaparamita sutra.
The lower right hand is in the varada mudra of charity; the one above holds three precious wish-fulfilling jewels, while the upper hand makes a mudra of salutation. The right leg is pendent, and the foot is unsupported resting upon a vase.
Vasundhara is yellow in Color, she has three faces Brown in right, redish in left and yellow in the center (see painting above). She is like Goddess Laxmi In Hindu Mythology.
Goddess Laxmi In Hindu Mythology
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