White Tara is often referred to as the Mother of all the Buddhas; she represents the motherly aspect of compassion.
Noble White Tara
White Tara is often referred to as the Mother of all the Buddhas; she represents the motherly aspect of compassion. Her seven eyes (three on her face, one on the palm of each hand, and one on the sole of each foot) symbolize the vigilance of her compassion. Seated in the meditation posture, her right hand is in the gesture of supreme generosity and her left holds the lotus of compassion with the mudra of the three jewels (Buddha, Dharma, Sangha). White Tara brings the devotee long life and protects against all dangers.
Measurements w/ brocade
(98cmX56cm incl. silk brocade)
Read more about Noble White Tara at http://www.rinpoche.com/teachings/whitetara.htm
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