Oxidized Copper Masterpiece Symbolizing Compassion and Long Life " The wish-fulfilling wheel"
Introducing our special interpretation of the White Tara," the wish-fulfilling wheel," a potent Buddhist symbol of compassion, tranquility, and longevity. This eye-catching object, which measures an astonishing 16.1 inches tall, is proof of the deft craftsmanship of our Nepalese craftspeople.
Unlike conventionally gold-gilded portrayals, this statue stands out thanks to its sturdy oxidized copper body, which gives it a distinctive, rustic charm. The intricately carved details stand out against the oxidized copper to show how much time and effort went into its design. This relic, which weighs 6.15 kg, is a physical representation of cultural heritage rather than just a decorative item.
Size: 16.1"/41cm (Height) x 12.5"/32cm (Base)
Weight: 6.15 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body
White Tara, often known as the "wish-fulfilling wheel," is one of Buddhism's most venerated deities. She represents all compassion and offers the devoted a way to long life, good health, and wisdom. Her followers think that her calm demeanor shields them from harm and calms their worries, revealing the way to enlightenment.