Thangka depicting White Tara is a traditional Tibetan Buddhist artwork representing the female bodhisattva of compassion, healing, and long life in Tibetan Buddhism. Handcrafted with meticulous care, this White Tara Thangka is a timeless representation of compassion's power and is ideal for inviting the grace of the kind goddess.
White Tara is commonly represented in a White Tara thangka, which depicts her with an expression of tranquil serenity, encased in a snow-white complexion. She is usually shown seated on a lotus flower, symbolizing her spiritual purity and enlightenment. In the typical depiction, the main right arm is offered out in a gesture of generosity while the left one holds a white lotus, representing her soul’s ascension.
White Tara thangkas are revered in Tibetan Buddhist rituals, often utilized in meditation, visualization, and to draw White Tara's favor. These sacred artworks are found in places such as monasteries, temples, and within personal altars. Through its contemplative viewing, many believe that a White Tara thangka brings about healing, security, and the enrichment of both compassion and knowledge.
- Hand Painted
- Materials: Semi-Precious Natural Minerals
- Base: Cotton Canvas
- Origination: Nepal