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Green Tara 20

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Green Tara symbolizes the female wisdom activity of the mind and is basically an emanation of the air-element (Amoghasiddhi Buddha). In some lower tantras of the fire-element (Buddha Amithaba). She is also called 'Mother of All Buddhas' and has many peaceful and wrathful emanation forms. Results of the Green Tara meditation are such as quick thinking and according wisdom-reaction, generosity, magical perfection, fearlessness and spontaneity to reach a quick karmic completion. Her attributes are light blue upala-flowers (peonies). She is adorned with jewels and precious cloth, sitting on a white moon-disk. Her right leg is outside the lotus flower, which symbolizes her continuous activity, alertness and her determination for quick active help. Her hands are in the gesture of granting protection and freeing from fears. The statue is made by the Nepalese craftsmen using traditional method of craftsmanship by hand. The materials used are the combination of cupper and bronze metals and later on, it is partly decorated by gold and some other colors. Since the product is handmade, there can be slight variation in size and weight.

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SKU DSCN16100a
Weight (gram) 1750
Made in Nepal
Made of Metals & Gold plated
Size 20 cm
$100.00

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Green Tara symbolizes the female wisdom activity of the mind and is basically an emanation of the air-element (Amoghasiddhi Buddha). In some lower tantras of the fire-element (Buddha Amithaba). She is also called 'Mother of All Buddhas' and has many peaceful and wrathful emanation forms. Results of the Green Tara meditation are such as quick thinking and according wisdom-reaction, generosity, magical perfection, fearlessness and spontaneity to reach a quick karmic completion. Her attributes are light blue upala-flowers (peonies). She is adorned with jewels and precious cloth, sitting on a white moon-disk. Her right leg is outside the lotus flower, which symbolizes her continuous activity, alertness and her determination for quick active help. Her hands are in the gesture of granting protection and freeing from fears. The statue is made by the Nepalese craftsmen using traditional method of craftsmanship by hand. The materials used are the combination of cupper and bronze metals and later on, it is partly decorated by gold and some other colors. Since the product is handmade, there can be slight variation in size and weight.

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