Thangka White Tara


Thangka White Tara

Hand-painted on canvas

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Thangka White Tara

Hand-painted on canvas

External size: approx. 106 x 78 cm

Interior image size approx. 48 x 34.5 cm


White Tara

Among the two forms of Tara, White Tara is considered the consort of Avalokiteswara. A few times by Vairochana. She is usually depicted seated, dressed, and crowned like a bodhisattva. And sometimes she is considered to be Saptalochana or Tara with seven eyes. Extra eyes on their forehead, palm, and feet, and lotus flowers on one or both of their shoulders. She sits in full vajra posture. Her right hand will be in a touching posture, her left hand in a teaching gesture, holding the stem of the lotus. She wears all sorts of valuable ornaments and looks beautiful. White Tara practice is essentially done to prolong life and for healing purposes.



A (Buddhist) thangka, loosely translated as “something rollable”, or something “to roll”, is one painted with opaque colors
Cotton or silk fabric, often with elaborate bindings and sub-weaves.
As a rule, wooden struts are processed at the upper and lower edge, often with decorative buttons and two long ribbons.
Thangkas are used for Buddhist meditation. At home, when parading, but also in temples and processions.
Deities, lamas, buddhas, and bodhisattvas are usually depicted,
also the wheel of life or other symbols of Buddhism

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 78 × 106 cm


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