Gold toned Tibetan Green Tara statue from Nepal 12"
This is a full gold toned Green Tara Statue . This Statue weighs 3.8kg and antique looks. The carving made this statue as masterpiece among many Green Tara Statues.
Samaya Tara prominently known as Green Tara. She is addressed in a regal simplicity act with her left leg twisted her left leg overstepping the primary lotus and laying on a blue lotus prepared to get up and offer help to those out of luck. She is depicted with maroon Buddhist robes and adornments. The hoops address persistence comprehension and renunciation. The diadem with five gems addresses the change of the five dreams into the Five Buddha Wisdoms.
She is displayed with an altruistic face situated upon a white moon plate which is related with unique helpful nectar related with the maritime chakra focus. In Buddhists the moon represents the insight angle which when combined with sympathy prompts Shakyamuni Buddha's edification. Her right hand is smoothly brought down in varada mudra the shelter conceding gesture. Green Tara's unique lotus is the blue lotus or 'night lotus' which she bears in two hands. The word utpala intends to 'blast open'. Her left hand holds a stem with an open sprouting blossom and an unopened bud. The bowed lower a piece of the stem addresses the root. The open bloom addresses the present and furthermore the current Buddha; the bud addresses the future and furthermore Buddhas yet to be conceived. The future here likewise alludes to a safe excursions end and a future prosperity. Her right hand astuteness hand is in the token of giving shelter. The third finger contacts the thumb to make a circle addressing the association of insight and empathy and the three expanded fingers represent the Three Jewels of Buddhism a. The Buddha State b. The Body of lessons c. The Principles of the Universe a similar hand holds the stem of a blue lotus addressing her ability to help. The shut bloom in her right hand addresses the past and furthermore the Buddhas of the past. Green Tara is displayed in a position of heaven called Khadiravani where she Tara stays.
Material: Copper with gold toned
Making Process: Lost-Wax System
Weight: 3.8 kg