Statue White Tara


Statue White Tara

Material: bronze

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Statue White Tara

Material: Bronze

Height: approx.14 cm,width: approx.10 cm, depth; 5 cm.

Weight: 520 grams

White tare

Tara is the female deity of the Buddhist pantheon. White Tara was born from a tear of Boddhisatwa, the compassionate Avalokiteswora. It has a very prominent position in Tibet and Nepal. Tara is to protect people as they cross the ocean of existence. White Tara is considered the consort of Avalokiteswara, sometimes that of Vairochana. She is usually depicted seated, dressed and crowned like a Boddhisatwa.

Sometimes she is considered Saptalochana or the seven-eyed Tara, with additional eyes on the forehead, palm and feet. She adorns a lotus flower on one or both of her shoulders. Your sitting posture is the full vajra posture. Her right hand will be in an advantageous posture, her left hand in a teaching gesture holding the lotus juice. It has all kinds of precious ornaments and looks beautiful. The practice of white tara is basically performed to prolong life but also healing purposes.


Additional information

Weight 0,520 kg
Dimensions 10 × 14 cm


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