Our beautiful gold gilded Cintachakra statue was handmade using the lost wax sculpting method. However, the statue was also intricately hand painted by our Nepali master craftsman. As a result, her 7 eyes are painted with intricate precision. Additionally, the most ambient and symbolic quality of the statue is beautifully enlivened.
Cintachakra (also known as White Tara) is sculpted with two lotus flowers growing over her shoulders. This will entice devotees to be dedicated to their Buddhist vows. If so, there are infinite rewards that await for them in the land of virtue and bliss. Indeed, the lotus flower has long been a symbol of the path that leads to enlightenment.
This Cintachakra statue is fully gold gilded using the traditional fire gilding method. The fire gilding method leaves behind a glittering 24K golden finish. As a result, Cintachakra has a deep golden luster with a special glow. Devotees of Cintachakra believe that she glows with the ambience of a thousand white moons. Therefore, the purchaser of this statue will take special meaning from her gold ambience.
Cintachakra is also adorned with the crown and jewels of a bodhisattva. Our sculptor took special care to intricately carve each detail of her crown and jewels. Additionally, White Tara sits in a full lotus pose on a single lotus pedestal. Also, she is imbued with the traditional ushnisha topknot and the 3 neck lines that were indicative of high social status in ancient India. Click here to learn more about the Tara bodhisattva.