White Tara Goddess Statue | Traditional Buddhist Art



Traditionally Hand Carved White Tara Goddess Statue

We have exquisitely hand-painted the statue of the White Tara Goddess in the traditional Himalayan Art of Nepal. In this Buddhist statue, we have depicted a deity seated on the top of a moon disc lotus seat with a tranquil expression. She holds an utpala with both hands making a mudra of Vitarka with her left hand while earth touches the mudra with her right hand. You can use this sculpture in different Vajrayana practices and regular meditational activities. We have elegantly embellished the ornaments with precious and antique jewels, which are very rare. This meticulously hand-carved oxidized copper body statue will be a tremendous gift from Nepal to a practitioner like you. 

Size: 8.6"/22cm (Height) x 5.9"/15cm (Base)
Weight: 1.52 kg
Material: Silver Plated, Oxidized Copper Body, Bronze 

Tara is related to Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara), the Compassionate Bodhisattva. According to one legend, she was born from Chenrezig's compassionate tears. Some  also regard her as Chenrezig's consort or female manifestation. White Tara has seven eyes, one in her forehead and one on each hand and foot, symbolizing her compassionate vigilance to see the world's suffering.