Size: 28cm high, 21cm wide, 12cm deep
Large beautiful Green Tara statue, she is depicted with the legs in a relaxed posture, the left hand in the teaching mudra and the right hand is placed across the right knee with the palm facing out and the fingers extended downward as a sign of generosity.
Object Literature: Tara is a buddhist deity widely popular in Nepal, Tibet, and Mongolia. She is the feminine counterpart of the bodhisattva Chenrezig and according to the legend she came into existence from a his tear. Out of Chenrezig’s compassion, two tears appeared and one tear became Green Tara and the other tear became White Tara, as emanations to help Chenrezig to accomplish his commitment to help all sentient beings. Peaceful and wrathful, beautiful and powerful, Tara is the actuality of wisdom and compassion. The Green Tara was believed to be incarnated as the Nepali princess. She is generally shown seated on a lotus throne with right leg hanging down, wearing the ornaments of a bodhisattva and holding the closed blue lotus.