Tara is the Beloved form of the Divine Mother worshiped and revered in both Hinduism and Buddhism. She represents peace, comfort, and helps us heal our troubles of the world. She is a Divine protector of her children and is even considered the female Buddha in many Buddhist practices.
This Divine replica of her is exquisitely crafted out of metal and a green patina finish. The Green Tara is specifically auspicious and perfect for our homes and studios to bring in the good vibes and peace.
- Measures 8 inches tall
- The base measures 5 inches wide
- Made of solid metal with Green Patina Finish
- Handcrafted in Jaipur, India by our Artisan Sculptures.
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Full of Divine beauty and life, she is sure to make your home and oasis of peace and inspiration!
Tara (Sanskrit: तारा) in Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.
The Green Tara embodies the healing energy of release from fear and ignorance. Human ignorance comes in many forms—from jealousy to pride—and it's the healing energy of Green Tara that brings awareness and relief from these negative aspects.
The meaning of the Green Tara mantra:
The Green Tara mantra is used to face fear and insecurity. The following words and syllables compose the Green Tara mantra: “om tare tuttare ture soha“. It refers to Tara, the goddess of universal compassion and the color green, which is the color of vitality for Buddhists
The two most well-known forms of Târa are green and white, as well as 21 events that are the subject of a beautiful prayer.
The peaceful, compassionate White Tara gently protects and brings long life and peace. The more dynamic Goddess, Green Tara is the ‘Mother Earth’, and a fierce Goddess who overcomes obstacles, and saves us from physical and spiritual danger.
In Sanskrit, the name Tara means ‘Star’, but She was also called ‘She Who Brings Forth Life’, The Great Compassionate Mother, and The Embodiment of Wisdom, and the Great Protectress.
Adopted by Buddhism, She has become the most widely revered deity in the Tibetan pantheon. In Buddhist tradition, Tara is actually much greater than a Goddess — She is a female Buddha, an enlightened one was has attained the highest wisdom, capability and compassion. . . one who can take human form and who remains in oneness with the every living thing.