Green Tara Thangka with free shipping from experienced Nepali painter- South Asian Handicraft
Green Tara is a very popular representation of Tara in present time. Tara is a mother of all Buddhas. Tara is known as Dolma in Tibetan language and is also a Bodhisattva or Buddha of compassion and action. Tara is an emanation id Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of compassion. Once the Chenrezig was very moved by the sufferings of all sentient being, He shed two tears. The tear from his right eye turned in to the green form of Bodhisattva Tara. Green Tara is usually symbolizing protection from fear, and 8 obscurations such as pride, delusion/ignorance, hatred and anger, Jealousy, wrong and fanatical views, avarice and miserliness, desire and attachment, deluded doubts. Green Tara comes to relieve us from mental, physical, and spiritual sufferings.
Green Tara is usually painted as a compassionate being ready to step down from her lotus throne to offer comfort and protection from all sufferings we experience in this world. Green Tara is shown in postures of ease and ready for action. Her left leg is folded in contemplative position, her right leg is outstretched and ready to spring in action. Green Tara’s left hand is in refuge granting mudra, the right hand is boon granting gesture. She holds lotuses in her hand which represents purity and power. Tibetan pray green Tara when they are sick, leaving for long- journey, hoping for success or wealth. Green Tara mantra is “OM Tare Tuttare Ture Soha”.
Dimension: 40.5 inches * 32 inches with frame
32 inches * 23 inches without frame
Speciality: It’s an oil colour.
Time to make: Around 6 months
Artist: Shrawan Shakya
Availability: Ships Internationally free
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- Estimated time for arrival: 5 working day around anywhere in the world.
- Estimated price of shipping: Free
- Return: Return in 7 days in case of any damage.
Thangka are painting of Buddhist and Hindu philosophies. It is painted on cotton or silk by stone, vegetables, gold, and solver colour. Thangkas are painted completely by hand. It takes months and months just to complete a single piece.
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