Meaning in Feng Shui:
Mahakala aka Daikokuten 大黑天 is one of the Seven Lucky Gods in Japanese folklore, he enjoys an exalted position as a household deity in Japanese culture.
The traditional pilgrims climbing the holy Mount Ontake wear tenugui on white Japanese scarves with the Sanskrit seed syllable of Mahakala.
In Japan, he is considered god of wealth, especially in the kitchen. His wide face, smile, flat black hat, stark contrast to the fierce imagery portrayed in Tibetan Buddhist art. He is often portrayed holding a golden mallet aka magic money mallet, and is seen seated on bales of rice, with mice nearby signifying abundance of food.
Type A Icy Green Jade Jadeite Daikokuten (大黒天) Mahakala
Stones: Natural Type A Burmese Jade Jadeite
Length （长）: 66.4 mm
Width （宽）: 43.4 mm
Depth （厚）: 12.3 mm
Carving: Daikokuten (大黒天) Mahakala
Remarks: Item comes with a Pendant Box.