According to the legend, Tara is an emanation of Chenrezi, the Bodhisattva of Compassion. Once when Chenrezi was very moved by the suffering of all sentient beings, he shed two tears. The tear from his right eye turned into the green form of Tara and the tear from his left eye turned into the white form.
Mantra: Om Tare Tu Tare Ture Soha
Green Tara is adorned in silken garments and jeweled ornaments. The main difference in the iconography between the green Tara and the white Tara is the position of the legs. Green Tara sits in a posture of ease, with one leg drawn towards her and the other resting on a lotus bud that springs from the pedestal. Her hands are in the mudra of perfect generosity, holding the stems of blue lotus showing a peaceful and smiling expression.
- Product Size: 35 cm x 28 cm
- Cotton Canvas
- Material Used: Natural Colors
Why and How to hang Green Tara Thangka?
- The east and southeast direction of your house is the best area for placement of Green Tara Thangka, Statue, and arts.
- You should never keep Green Tara Thangka in Kitchen, Bathroom, and Floor, according to Feng Shui there should be a minimum of 3 feet height above ground.
- Burning essentials oil, candles, and keeping crystals add positive energy to the altar space surrounding Green Tara.
- Keeping Green tara at your home brings positivity, helpfulness, and vibrant energy to your life.
High-quality authentic hand-made painting of Green Tara thangka from the Himalayas of Nepal. Made from natural stone color and pure gold.