Thangka painting, depicting White Tara, is an exquisite piece of art that exudes elegance and eccentricity. This mesmerizing Tibetan Thangka serves as a stunning decor element and an aid in meditation, promoting spiritual and emotional healing, while attracting the benevolent energy of Tibetan Buddhist art.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Tibetan art with the mesmerizing White Tara. The goddess of compassion, sits at the heart of the Thangka, her radiant white complexion symbolizing purity and spiritual perfection. Her unique attribute of seven eyes signifies her unceasing vigilance and empathy for all sentient beings. Surrounded by celestial landscapes, intricate floral motifs, and sacred symbols, the Thangka is a visual feast rich in meaning and symbolism.
White Tara's serene presence inspires loving-kindness and inner peace. Tibetans revere White Tara as a powerful source of healing, well-being, and longevity. She provides solace for the mind, body, and spirit, addressing a wide range of ailments and emotional wounds.
White Tara's left hand is positioned in the protective mudra, symbolizing refuge and safety, while her right hand forms the wish-granting mudra, signifying her boundless generosity and ability to fulfil the heartfelt desires.
Tibetan Buddhists commonly recognize 21 manifestations of Tara. Each of these manifestations takes on a distinct colour and embodies a unique energy that aids spiritual growth. Among the 21 Taras, White Tara and Green Tara are held in the highest esteem.
Together, they provide a powerful framework for navigating life's challenges and cultivating a deep sense of inner peace and spiritual awakening.
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White Tara Thangka | Newa Art
- This Artwork is Unique
- Dimensions: 68 x 51 cm (26.8" x 20.1" inches)
- Materials: 24 Carat Gold; Precious & Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
- Canvas: Organic Cotton
- Origin: Nepal