White Tara, Buddhist Deity Of Long Life And Good Health Statue
This statue shows the White Tara, the Buddhist Deity of Long Life and Good Health magnificently. This statue is handcrafted in Kathmandu by a Nepali artist in copper and gilded in 24K Gold. She had seven eyes, including two usual eyes, one in the center of her forehead and one in her hands and feet. These show that she perceives all pain and calls for aid in the human world through both conventional and psychic techniques.
Her right-hand makes the boon granting sign, while her left hand is in the protective stance, holding the stem of a white lotus flower between her thumb and fourth finger. It has three blooms: the first, which bears seeds, represents the past Buddha Kashyapa; the second, in full color, describes the current Buddha Shakyamuni; and the third, which is about to bloom, represents the future Buddha Maitreya.
Size: 7.4"/19cm (Height) x 3.9"/10cm (Base)
Weight: 0.75 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
White Tara is frequently referred to as the "Mother of All Buddhas." She embodies the maternal side of kindness. Her white color denotes purity, but it also denotes that she is Truth, full and undivided.