White Tara Mandala – Handmade thangka

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Genuine hand painted thangka on cotton canvas

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Tara is the feminine deity of the Buddhist Bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteshvara(Lokeshwor). She holds a very conspicuous position in Tibet and Nepal. Tara is asserted to defend human beings while they are in crossroad of the ocean . White Tara is considered as a consort of Avalokiteshwora, once in a while also called consort of Varochana. She is exhibited usually seated, dressed and crowned like a Boddhisattwas. She is also glorified and praised as a saptalochana or seven eyed Tara with extra eyes on her forehead, palm, and feet. She embodies lotus flower at one or both of her shoulders. She is settled in full vajra posture, her left hand in guidance gesture holding the stem of the lotus. She is wearing all sorts of inestimable ornaments which looks charming and beautiful. The practice of White Tara helps to prolong life and in healing purposes.

Mandala is taken as sacred space and also as an abode of fully realized beings or deities. In the Buddhist and Hindu traditions sacred art often takes a mandalas form. The basic form of mandalas is square with four gates containing a circle with a center point. Spiritual and ritual significance. A circle which is device for the Tantric meditation. Round mandala thangka painting is wonderful piece of art. A representation of the unconscious,self mandala enables one to identify emotional disorders and work towards wholeness in personality. Mandala is regarded as a place separated and protected from the ever changing and impure outer world of samsara. A place of nirvana and peace.

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Dimensions 50 × 50 × 50 cm


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