White Tara Chant Practice Statue | Bodhisattva of Compassion Statue



Rare White Tara Chant Practice Statue for Meditation and Spirituality 

This exquisite piece of White Tara chant practice statue employs traditional Himalayan motifs and designs skillfully produced in our studio. The statue is made of copper, gilded in gold, and painted beautifully with acrylic colors. The statue depicts White Tara in her traditional form, seated in a relaxed posture on a moon disc lotus seat. 

She is depicted with seven eyes in total: three on her face, two on each of her palms, and two on each of her soles; this signifies her compassionate attention to all beings’ suffering in the world. She is shown performing the 'Vitarka mudra,' and the 'Dharmachakra Mudra,' while holding a lotus flower with her right and left hand, respectively. 

Add this excellent art piece to your shrine, or gift it to a devotee yourself for daily Buddhist rituals and activities. 

Size: 18.1"/46cm (Height) x 12.2"/31cm (Base)
Weight: 8.98 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

White Tara is known as Female Buddha in the Buddhist tradition. White Tara appears in the form of a female Bodhisattva and goddess for the benefit of every living being. All the Buddhas granted her empowerment from ten directions, for which she became The GREAT MOTHER from whom all the Buddhas spring forth, and one who possesses transcendental wisdom.