Tara is known as the “mother of liberation” and represents prosperity accumulated in your work and achievements. However, there are many forms of Tara such as our framed White Tara statue. Also known as “Sita Tara” she is associated with compassion, serenity, long life and healing. Additionally, White Tara is associated with the Cintachakra – the “wish fulfilling wheel”. Moreover, it is believed that she emanates with the glow of a thousand white moons.
Framed White Tara Statue Features
Our White Tara statue is painted with radiant detail and precision. As a result, the statue glows with the beauty of her seven eyes. Additionally, the Nepali sculptor took great care to catch every last detail in her bodhisattva crown, jewels, pedestal and her robe. White Tara has seven eyes and she takes special care that all of her actions and thoughts are insightful and wise.
In Buddhism, bad health is thought to have its origins in defilements such as aversion, attachment and greed. The attributes of White Tara enable devotees to overcome the defilements by reciting the White Tara mantra. If so, she may recognize your dedication and help you overcome illness. Click here to learn more about the Tara bodhisattva.