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Antique Tibetan Bronze Buddha Statue
Green Tara
Goddess of Mercy
Origin: Tibet, Circa: Early 1900s'
H 11 in.(28cm), W 9 in.(23cm), D 6 in.(15cm)

Condition: excellent!

Tara the goddess of compassion, the primary female bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism. She has 21 forms, each associated with a different color and range of quintessential attributes. She is the universal mother, lucid in its kindness and known as the source of deep refuge. She offers compassionate protection to all sentient being in uncertain moments and time.

Sumptuously cast, with a red coral for the third-eye, the new moon diadem crowns her head, the mantel which graces her neck and the artful bangles that embellish her arms are intricately wrought, her curves reveal the form and countenance of a graceful young woman, she is youthful and radiates a spiritual luminosity, her left hand is gracefully arched in vitarka mudra, and her right hand in charity mudra. The two lotuses that frame the bodhisattva are in full bloom. Exceptional artistry expressed with strength and divine grace.


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