Traditionally Crafted Statue of The 21 Forms of Tara
Traditionally made by the master craftsmen of Nepal, This enormous sculpture of the 21 forms of the goddess Tara resides on a handmade wooden frame throne with very fine and intricate designs carved on the sheet of copper. All parts of the statue were sculpted on a copper body electroplated with 24k genuine gold. The statues that are placed are carved using the help of a machine, while the throne is purely hand carved. The Shakyamuni buddha resides on the topmost shelve. The hand crafted throne has depicted mythical beings carved on each side. At the same time, the use of Acrylic painting highlights the statue to a greater extent giving it mesmerizing look, and will it will be the perfect gift for a practitioner like you and will be perfect for your meditation altar.
Size: 36.6"/93cm (Height) x 32.2"/82cm (Base)
Weight: 38.48 kg
Material: 24K Gold Electroplated, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Tara has 21 effective forms, each tied to a specific color, and energy is visualized in this Buddhist statue. According to tantric teaching, within this human body, we have twenty-one knots. These are in pairs, and they obstruct or block our channels. As we release each of these pairs of knots through practice, we obtain a specific experience or realization. After removing all of the 21 knots, we are known as enlightened beings, having attained Buddhahood.
The 21 forms of Tara are :
Nyurma Pamo (Red Tara), Loter Yangchenma (White Tara), Sonam Tobche (Golden Tara), Tsugtor Namgyalma (Golden Tara), Wangdu Rigje Lhamo (Red Tara), Jigje Chenmo (Dark Red Tara), Zhengyi Mithumba (Dark Blue Tara), Zhengyi Migyalma (Dark Red Tara), Sengdeng Nagchi (Emerald Green Tara), Jigten Sumle Gyalma (Red Tara), Phagma Norter Drolma (Orange Tara), Tashi Donje (Golden Yellow Tara), Yulle Gyalma(Dark Red Tara), Thronyer Chen(Tara in dark rain-cload colour), Rabzhima(White Tara with a blue Lotus), Rigngag Tobjom, Pagme Nonma, Maja Chenmo, Dugkarmo, Rito Loma Jonma, and Lhamo Ozer Chenmaand (White Tara with a blue lotus on a golden fish).