Green Tara in Throne Statue, Purely Hand-carved 24K Gold Gilded Statue
Green Tara is one of the main deities who deals with us confused and distracted beings, bringing us back to the original state. Especially in the form of the Green Tara, Sengdeng Nagchi Drölma, she liberates sentient beings from the eight great fears.
According to Buddha's teaching, these eight great fears can be understood at several levels. For example, one fear is known as the fear of elephants. So, at the outer level, this is the real fear of being harmed by a wild elephant. At the inner level, the elephant symbolizes ignorance, so this is the fear of the mental obscuration of ignorance and the sufferings we bring on ourselves and others through acting under the influence of ignorance. We won't go into each of the fears here because the details will be found in the commentary on Sengdeng Nagchi Drölma, the ninth Tara. Fears that afflict beings exist both externally and inwardly. We can tell by reading the Buddha's teachings that human beings' fears were no different in ancient times than they are in our modern times. Tara's enlightened activity has the potential to protect human beings who connect with her practice from all fears and the causes of these fears.Here there is no man, there is no woman,
No self, no person, and no consciousness.
Labeling "male" or "female" has no essence,
But deceives the evil-minded world
Beautifully hand-carved Green Tara statue, with embedded precious corals and turquoise, Pure 24K Gold Gilded
Size: 46 cm/ 18.11" (Height) X 28 cm/ 11" (Base)
Weight: 8.47 kg (approximately)