- This exquisite White Tara statue is hand crafted and painted in Kathmandu, Nepal.
- Made over a 3-5 month long process involving casting, creating wax molds, making plaster molds for bronze pouring, and then hand detailing and carving before the finishing artists even see the statues.
- After being hand detailed and expertly carved by master craftsmen, the statue is then sent to the finishing artists to be hand painted with beautiful colors and gold accents. Each and every detail is truly incredible!
White Tara is the embodiment of healing, compassion, and wisdom. With her seven eyes she sees all suffering and has the wisdom and guidance the help you through your practice. She is often referred to as the 'swift Tara' as well as she is known for bringing quick relief to the suffering.
Each statue is full of colorful painted detail including the Dharma Wheel with deer on either side, Tibetan dragons, and swimming fish. Tibetan dragons are protectors of Buddhism whose thunderous voices awaken us from delusion. The deer reference the first teaching which Buddha gave in the Sarnath Deer Park near Varanasi, where he set in motion the "first turning of the wheel of dharma."
Statue measures approximately 5.25 inches tall and 3.25 inches wide at the base.