Hand Painted Thangka White Tara Mantra Eight Treasures

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32.50 (in)
49.00 (in)
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The kindest face and most assuring smile. A finely painted Thangka by one of our master artists in Nepal depicting White Tara surrounded by mantra and Eight Tibetan Treasures. Seated Dhyana Asana upon a lotus throne, her ethereal presence is accentuated by her serene countenance and kind visage, with downcast eyes conveying a great sense of compassion. With her right hand making the boon granting wishes, and her left hand holding the stem of a lotus in a protective stance, White Tara exudes a sense of benevolence and maternal care. Adorned in an elaborate crown symbolizing her divine authority, and draped in a silk robe that reveals her upper torso and arms, she is bedecked with jewels that sparkle against the mandorla and halo behind her. Surrounding White Tara is calligraphy Sanskit mantras anchored by the Eight Tibetan Treasures of banner, conch, lotus, knot, fish, parasol, wheel and vase, all offering good luck and protections. White Tara reigns as the mother of all Buddhas, her seven eyes symbolizing her omnipresence and compassionate gaze upon all beings, offering solace and guidance to those who seek her divine aid in overcoming life's obstacles. Painting is finely done with extensive gilding, demonstrating artist's devotion and superior skill. Framed meticulously in burgundy and saffron silk brocade. Comes with dust cover and storage box.  Height is of the thangka itself, excluding hanging ropes.