The Thangka Painting featuring Green Tara is highly beneficial for meditation and the transformation of both the mind and body. This Thangka painting showcases Green Tara positioned at the center, while the four corners feature depictions of Shakyamuni Buddha and Medicine Buddha above Green Tara, and Vajrasattva and White Tara below Green Tara.
Legend has it, Green Tara sprang from Avalokiteshvara's tear-stained face due to the hardship in the world. This tear begot White Tara, a serene and sympathetic figure, and the vibrant and courageous Green Tara. She is depicted as vivacious and joyful, indicating a mischievous spirit. Her pose shows her readiness to assist those in need; her left stretched out and the other perched on a lotus stand symbolize intelligence and invention. Her left palm grasps a blue lotus, alluding to virtue and strength, and her right hand is a gesture of blessing. The mantra associated with Green Tara is "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SVAHA.