- White tara is the Goddess of purity
- Made in India
- Small 4.5 inches tall: 0.4 pounds
- Medium 6 inches tall: 0.8 pounds
Tara is a Bodhisattva of compassion and is regarded as the mother of all Buddhas. She comes in many forms and this statue is White Tara1, symbolizing purity and motherly compassion. This ceramic statue comes in two sizes and is made in Nepal.
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1. White Tara
Tara is a Goddess of compassion. She has many different forms and is considered the mother of all Buddhas. The White Tara is the embodiment of all motherly compassion and her white color represents purity. She can be identified by the many eyes painted on her hands and forehead representing her ability to see all truths as well as her sitting in a lotus position, showing her calm disposition.
Why have statues?
The purpose of statues is to meditate upon or be inspired by the meaning behind the statue. Usually, a Buddha is simply a representation of an idea like compassion, selfishness or wisdom and therefore praying upon the Buddha that represents that idea it serves as a reminder. Also, it is believed that simply being around the Buddha statue it brings an aura of positive energy and inner peace.