The Red Jambhala is said to be the manifestation of Vajrasattva, the Buddha of Purification. Some say that he is the Hindu God of Wealth, Lord Ganesh, and has the head of an elephant. Others picture him as having two faces and four arms. He also carries the mongoose in one of his left hands. His Tibetan name is said to be Dzambhala Mapo. Red Jambhala is depicted practising together with his consort, the heavenly mother of wealth that is in charge of wealth in the human realm. In ancient times, this deity was practised mainly by kings and royalty. His practice is most suitable for people in high power, or to pray for high power, for it can attract people, wealth and fame.