White Tara is one of the most beloved embodiments of the Tara Bodhisattva. Our Nepali artist did an exceptional job and created a masterpiece White Tara Tibetan thangka painting. As a result, her divine colors appear very vibrant and will be a great inspiration to you in your practice. The qualifications of the artisan were developed at the world renown Kathmandu Thangka painting school. As a result, White Tara glows like a thousand white moons in the summer sky.
Our White Tara Tibetan Thangka is done with fine detail and her Bodhisattva crown is painted in beautiful colors. Additionally, Amitabha Buddha is depicted in exceptional detail within her Bodhisattva crown. White Tara’s 7 eyes are each prominently portrayed with perfection. As a result, all of her actions and thoughts are imbued with the divine compassion and wisdom.
White Tara Tibetan Thangka Details
White Tara holds the stem of the blue lotus between the index finger and thumb in her left hand. This special flower only releases it’s fragrance in the moonlight. Her devotees believe that she glows with the ambience of a thousand white moons. Indeed, the blue lotus is a special flower for White Tara.
White Tara sits in full lotus pose depicting the Abhaya mudra with her raised left hand. This is the symbol of fearlessness and protection. Indeed, it is believed that White Tara has more compassion for sentient life then is possible for any living being. Devotees believe her compassion for every life form is even greater than a mother’s love.
Additionally, with her right hand she is depicting the Varada mudra. This venerable mudra is also known as the “gift giving” mudra. She gives the gifts of healing, compassion and longevity to the devotees who follow her teachings and recite her manta. Click here to learn more about the diverse symbolism of the Tara Bodhisattva.
White Tara Mantra:
“Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jñana Pustim Kuru Svaha”