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Sino Tibetan Iron Buddha Statue
Green Tara
Seated In Royal Ease
Circa: 18th century
H 7.5 in.(19cm), W 5 in.(12.5cm), D 4.5 in.(11cm)
Condition: Rust, damage to finger and lotus

A lotus-bearing goddess may be almost any female deity. Because her left hand is in vitarka mudra, and her right hand in varada mudra we know she is Green Tara, Goddess of Mercy, born from the tears of Avalokiteshvara. The tear that fell from his left eye became Green Tara the protective deity; the tear that fell from his right eye became White Tara, Goddess of Long Life. Green Tara, the most popular goddess worshipped in Nepal and Tibet, is seated in lalitasana on an oval double lotus base, adorned with jeweled necklaces, earrings and crown. Despite the difficulty in cast iron, this Tara retains its essential beauty; beneath the gorgeously aged black patina the gentle face is doe-eyed and sweetly smiling.

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