White Tara Mantra Practice Statue for Long Life, Health, Healing, and Compassion
The White Tara Mantra Practice statue was expertly hand-carved in the traditional Himalayan style by Vajrayana craftsmen from the Kathmandu Valley. Crafted with the utmost care and precision, this copper statue boasts intricate details and a rich, golden finish that brings the beauty of White Tara to life. White Tara is shown sitting calmly on a moon disc lotus seat. She has a total of seven eyes, two on her face, one on her forehead, two on each of her soles, and two on each of her palms, signifying her capacity to see past the limits of the material world and into the realm of enlightenment. Her left-hand makes the "Prithvi mudra," signifying stability and healing, and her right-hand makes the "Varada mudra," a charitable gesture while holding a lotus flower. The statue is also partially plated with silver.
Truly a perfect addition to your Buddhist shrine or can be used as a meditative accompaniment for yourself or for any devotee.
Size: 8.6."/22cm (Height) x 6.6"/17cm (Base)
Weight: 1.53 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body, Silver Plated, Acrylic Paintings
White Tara is known as Female Buddha in the Buddhist tradition. White Tara appears as a female Bodhisattva and goddess to benefit 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.