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Hand Painted Tibetan Buddhist White Tara Statue, 13"

Hand Painted Tibetan Buddhist White Tara Statue, 13"

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This statue is hand painted and gold plated on flower and crown. All hand carved by our Shakya artisan. Basically, White Tara / Dolkar is depicted in a posture of graceful contemplative ease with both legs raised and crossed, displaying a regal elegance and serenity like seen in this White Tara Copper Statue. Her right hand is extended downward, palm open, with thumb and index finger touching. This hand position is known as Varada Mudra, or the gesture of granting wishes and protection. Her left hand, raised to shoulder height with fingers extended and palm turned outward, is in the gesture of granting refuge and freeing from fears (Abhaya Mudra). Each of her hands also holds the stem of a beautiful lotus flower that floats above her shoulder as a symbol of her radiant purity and power. A distinctive characteristic of White Tara, shown in this representation, is her seven eyes. She has the two usual eyes plus one in the center of her forehead and one in each of her hands and feet. These eyes indicate that she sees all the suffering and cries for help in the universe and symbolize her divine omniscience.

The carving and color paint made this statue as White tara among many buddha statues. The fine carving on front and back, mainly the floral motif.

Material: Copper and gold plated and hand paint

Size: 13" H X 9" L X 6" D
Weight: 3.81 kg

All our statues are handmade. Each piece is unique and it is impossible to reproduce exactly the same. Slight differences may therefore appear in the shapes, proportions, colors and materials used in our descriptions and specification sheets.

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