Tibetan White Tara Also Long Life Deity, Himalayan Art Statue
Tibetan White Tara, the deity of long life, has one face and two hands, in this Himalayan art statue, as well as three eyes on her face and one eye on each palm of her hands and feet, for a total of seven. The right-hand lies across the knee in a gesture of utmost generosity (mudra). The stem of a lotus is held to the heart by the left hand, flowering near the left ear. She wears a tiara, a long and short necklace, gold and jewel accessories, and widely patterned silk clothing in a very serene mood. Her black hair flows through her shoulder and a long patterned scarf through her body while sitting in a vajra stance above a moon disc and lotus seat. The corals and gemstones are embedded in her ornaments giving the statue the eye-pleasing look. This statue is the ideal one for practitioners like you.
Size: 15.3"/39cm (Height) x 10.2"/26cm (Base)
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
White Tara (Sitatara) is a goddess of longevity. Her mantra is frequently sung with a specific individual in mind. She's another depiction of compassion, and she's depicted with seven eyes (look at the palms of her hands, soles of her feet, and the top of her head) to reflect the compassionate mind's watchfulness.
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pustim Kuru Svaha is her mantra.