5" Goddess White Tara Idol in Brass | Tibetan Buddhist Deity Statue

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Cast from the finest brass, this sculpture exudes a timeless radiance that accentuates every intricately detailed feature. Goddess White Tara's serene countenance, with eyes full of compassion and wisdom, reflects her role as a symbol of nurturing and healing. The delicate attributes she holds, from the lotus flower to her graceful posture, depict her readiness to alleviate suffering and bring solace to all. In Tibetan Buddhism, White Tara is revered as a deity of compassion and longevity. As you hold this sculpture, you hold a representation of her boundless capacity to offer solace, protection, and spiritual guidance, embodying the divine feminine energy that nurtures and uplifts.

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Item Code: ER04
Specifications:
Brass Statue
Height: 5.5 inch
Width: 3.5 inch
Depth: 2 inch
Weight: 750 gm
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White Tara is the goddess who grants the boon of healthy longevity. White Tara is often referred to as the Mother of all the Buddhas. She represents the motherly aspect of compassion. Her white colour indicates purity but also indicates that she is Absolute Truth, complete and undifferentiated.


She has seven eyes: the two usual eyes, plus an eye in the centre of her forehead and eyes in each of her hands and feet. These indicate that she sees all suffering and all cries for help in the human world using both ordinary and psychic or extraordinary means of perception. They thus symbolize the vigilance of her compassion.


White Tara has a lovely, young face. With her right hand, she makes the boon-granting gesture and her left hand, holding the stem of a lotus flower between her thumb and fourth finger, makes the gesture that grants protection to her devotees.


The elaborate lotus flower, held in the left hand is called Utpala. It contains three blooms: the first, with seeds, symbolizes the past Buddha Kashyapa; the second in full flower, symbolizes the present Buddha Shakyamuni; and the third, ready to bloom, symbolizes the Future Buddha Maitreya. This signifies that White Tara is the essence of all three Buddhas of the past, the present, and the future.


Exploring the Mystical Beauty and Symbolism of Tara: An Insightful Journey

Tara is an important and revered deity in Tibetan Buddhism who appears as a female Bodhisattva. Buddhist monks and followers meditate on the image or deity of Tara to develop some good qualities such as compassion and kindness. Tara is known as the mother of compassion or liberation and is considered the female aspect of Avalokiteshvara (who possesses the compassion of all Buddhas). She manifests in different forms such as Green Tara and White Tara. Green Tara is associated with fearlessness and White Tara, as radiant as the moon, is associated with good health. Tara also appears in red, blue, and yellow colors.

Tara, being the ocean of compassion, descends to this material world to save fallen souls from the vicious cycle of repeated birth and death. Whoever visualizes and meditates upon the form of Tara crosses the ocean of material existence. She is often depicted as having a beautiful youthful body and sitting on a full-blown lotus resembling the form of Goddess Lakshmi.
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What is Tara the goddess of?

Tara is usually associated with Tibetan Buddhism but in Chinese Buddhism, she is considered the female manifestation of Guanyin. She is given the position of the supreme mother who is full of compassion and mercy. She enlightens living beings about the nature of this material world (temporary and full of miseries) and heals their emotional and physical wounds. She encourages them to walk the path of self-realization and to uplift their consciousness in order to come of material existence.
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What does the statue of Tara symbolize?

Just as a mother is very merciful towards her child; she cries when the child is in distress or pain, similarly, Tara acting as the mother of the world, is the embodiment of all compassion and mercy. She symbolizes various qualities such as peacefulness, empathy, wisdom, love, and kindness. She helps all living beings come to the real or true understanding of self. As a Buddhist practitioner concentrates on the form of Tara, he develops these qualities that help him advance in his spiritual journey.
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Where should Tara statues be placed?

If you are planning to buy the statue of Goddess Tara, you can keep it on the altar of your home. This will help you to focus better on Tara"e;s form and invoke her energy. The form of Tara is beautiful to look at and therefore, you can also place the statue/deity on a clean table or a shelf in your living room to spiritualize the entire space, leaving a positive impression on the guests.
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