The Thangka Painting of White Tara is an excellent choice for meditation and the transformation of our mind and body. Created with utmost care, this traditional sacred Buddhist art employs only natural stone colors and other organic pigments, enhancing its authenticity and significance. By engaging with this artwork, individuals can delve into the deeper meaning of life and embark on a profound spiritual journey.
Tara, known as the "star" in Sanskrit, is both a Buddhist goddess and a bodhisattva. Renowned for her compassion, Tara holds significant popularity in Tibet, Nepal, and Mongolia. In Tibet, she is revered as the most important deity, with the name Sgrol-ma, meaning "she who saves." Tara symbolizes universal compassion and embodies virtuous and enlightened actions. It is said that her compassion towards all sentient beings surpasses even a mother's love for her children. Tara is also associated with longevity, protection during travels, and guiding her followers on their spiritual path to enlightenment. The mantra associated with Tara is "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SVAHA."
The mantra associated with Tara is "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SVAHA."