Plain tone Tibetan White Tara statue 9"
This is a beautiful and Antique looks White Tara statue, handmade in Nepal by Shakya artist from Patan. Generally, white tara is portrayed in a stance of agile scrutinizing ease with the two legs raised and crossed, showing a majestic class and peacefulness like found in this White Tara Copper Statue. Her right hand is broadened descending, palm open, with thumb and forefinger contacting. This hand position is known as Varada Mudra, or the token of giving wishes and security. Her left hand, raised to bear stature with fingers broadened and palm turned outward, is in the token of allowing asylum and liberating from fears (Abhaya Mudra).
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Weight: 1.8 kg or 3.96 lbs approx.