Monday, March 4, 2013

Green Tara Thangka

There are twenty-one forms of Tara; the two most popular are the Green and the White Tara. In the Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism Tara is considered to be a symbol of the Enlightenment deeds of the Buddhas. She is the mother of all Buddhas. Tara is the goddess of Devotion; she is one of the four deities, Emanating Light: the Buddha, Mahakaruhika (Eleven-faced Bodhisattva of Compassion), Maitreya and Tara. Tara is the most popular goddess in Tibet and Nepal. She is the active power of compassion of Avalokiteshvara.


Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
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Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka

Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka
Green Tara Thangka