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Green Tara 6-inch

Sale price$535 USD

She was once a princess named Jnana Chandra in a human realm. In her youth, she took a vow to achieve complete enlightenment in a female form and entered into deep concentration, focusing her mind on the dependent nature of reality and the task of benefiting other beings. She then made an oath to dedicate her entire future existence to the welfare of all beings.

The gesture of her right hand shows that she will guide those who aspire to Buddha hood to their goal, while the gesture of her left hand indicates that she is free from all ignorance, being therefore endowed with the authority and ability to carry out her intention to fulfill the needs of beings. Her white necklace represents the joy that arises when the obscurantist of ignorance is overcome, while the utpala flower she holds in her left hand represents the effort that is required to overcome these obstructions. Her outstretched right leg suggests her readiness to help any being in suffering.

Cast statue rests on a hand-beaten lotus base.

Statue height is 6" / 15 cm

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Green Tara 6-inch Sale price$535 USD