Ögyen Dzambhala is shown here as Nor’kyong Chenpo – the great wealth protector. Here he is wearing the ‘breast-plate armour’ of the ‘earth and sky yung-drungs’. The blue yung-drung represents the sky – and the yellow yung-drung represents the earth. Each appears upon the colour of the other, symbolising the non-dual aspect of wealth as empty-richness. The form of yung-drung depicted here is particular to the Aro gTér in that the four wings of the yung-drungs arise from a central circle rather than forming a cross. This special form of yung-drung is a symbol of the four Buddha-karmas arising from space. The earth yung-drung displays the activities of the four pawos and the space yung-drung displays the activities of the four khandros.