This Masterpiece Khadiravani Tara statue was produced as a collaboration a Nepali master artisan. As a result, the engravings on her robe, crown and jewels are done with intricate precision. Additionally, they are adorned with turquoise and red coral stones. Her face is painted in real gold which creates an unequaled ambient luster. As a result, she will bring a sense of calm to any home or meditation center.
Khadiravani Tara’s Mudras
Our Khadiravani Tara statue is depicting the Varada mudra with her right hand. Her open palm is also engraved with a vajra symbol facing forward. This hand gesture is known as the boon granting or gift giving mudra. Additionally, with her left hand she is depicting a variation of the Abhaya “protection” mudra. Her devotees should be fearless in their pursuit of their Dharma realization.
Khadiravani Tara is the Buddhist “Mother of Liberation”
Khadiravani Tara is always alert and ready to come to the assistance of her devotees. Her assistance and devotion are gifts which she is ready to disperse at anytime. As such Khadiravani Tara’s right leg is partially extended and this is an important symbol for devotees. It means she is always ready to ease the suffering of those trapped in the cycle of samsara.
Khadiravani Tara’s left leg is pulled in towards her torso. This indicates that she is also absorbed in meditative contemplation. Indeed, Tara is known as the “Mother of Liberation” and she possesses deep knowledge of the emptiness phenomenon. Click here to learn more about the symbolic meaning of Khadiravani Tara.
Symbolic Meaning of the 2 Lotus Flowers
Our Khadiravani Tara statue is featured with 2 lotus flowers. Indeed, the lotus flower is a very important Buddhist symbol. This is because a lotus flower rises out of the murky pond to blossom in the clean air above the water. As a result, it serves as a symbol for the ability of Buddhists to navigate the sea of suffering and obtain enlightenment.
The stem of the lotus is gently held between her thumb and ring finger in her left hand. This lotus is in full blossom over her left shoulder and symbolizes the purity and sanctity of Enlightenment.
Additionally, Khadiravani Tara holds the stem of a second lotus flower in her right hand between the thumb and palm. This flower is growing over her right shoulder. The blossom is unopened and it symbolizes the fruits of enlightenment that await devotees.