Green Tara Statue
Material: All metal brass statue with gold plating
5.5 inches high ( 13.97 cm)
4.25 inches widest point (shoulders) (10.79 cm)
Base 4 inches x 2.5 inches 10.16 cm (x 6.35 cm)
Green Tara is exquisitely Hand pounded in this brass statue adorned with expert
artistic application of gold plating. Heavier at almost 2 pounds, this
statue is a high quality piece of artwork from our friends in Kathmandu. We're
proud to sell this and you'll be proud to own it.
and Silver Finish
Dancing Goddess Tara Statue
Material: All metal brass statue
Gold and silver Color brass statue
9 inches high (22.86 cm)
Base 3 inches wide (7.62cm)
2.5 inches deep (6.35 cm)
Hand pounded full metal Green Tara statue is gold and silver color and
beautifully hand pounded. Heavier at about 2 pounds, this statue is a high
quality and lovely piece of artwork you'll be proud to own.
Tara Statuary 12.25 inches high 31.11cm Hand finished cold cast bronze with intricate
detail, this statue show Tara in a meditative mood, holding the lotus of
compassion. She invites all those who seek her,
with delicately painted eyes on hands and feet.
A lovely work of art.
Green Tara Tapestry / Bedspread
or Wall Decor
Green Tara Goddess Tapestry - 52" x 76"
132cm x 193cm
100% Cotton Tapestry
Made in India
This exquisite tapestry features the image of the beloved Tibetan Goddess- Green
Tara. Beautiful hues of blues have been used to create a two-toned border of
swirling vines and leaves. Meticulously hand crafted from 100% cotton.
Tapestries can be hung on the wall, used as a tablecloth, blanket, curtain,
or as a focal point for meditation.
100% hand-loomed cotton - Twin Bed Size.
This tapestry can be used for a wall hanging, a table cloth, a bed spread,
furniture throw, curtain, altar cloth, hung from the ceiling, home decor, and
Tara Brass Statuette 4.5 inches high / 11.43 cm high
Detailed full metal sculpture showing the Goddess Tara with hand
bent toward the earth mother, and one in blessing of all supplicants who seek
her hour. Standing on a lotus flower, this crowned Tara reminds us of all things
terrestrial and heavenly at the same time. The
majority of the metal in this statue is brass, but it also contains some other
metals: most likely bronze and iron, and looks like a shiny bronze piece.
Lead Free Pewter
This wonderfully detailed depiction of Green Tara looks
like bronze. Elegantly crafted of lead free pewter, this pendant is a vision
of fine craftsmanship. It's 2 inches tall and 1.25 inches wide.5cm x 3.17cm. Well worth the price.
in Handpainted Resin
5.5 inches high
An excellent, quality resin piece with lots of detail; one of the benefits of
resin. This substantial piece depicts the terrestrial Goddess Green Tara as
somewhat of a chameleon, with her skin changing tinged green from her communion
Tara Statue 6 inches high Handpainted Ganges Clay and resin
The artist has used the tiniest brushes to make Tara's
face come alive in this Ganges Clay and resin statue from our crafters in India.
All Fair Trade! A delicate statue.
Tara Goddess Statue
Material: All metal
Deep golden bronze color brass statue
11.5 inches high (29.21 cm)
4.5 inches wide (11.43 cm)
2.5 inches deep (6.35 cm)
Hand pounded full metal Green Tara statue is deeper bronze gold color and
beautifully hand pounded. Heavier at 2 pounds 13 ounces (almost 3 pounds or 1.36
kg), this statue is a high quality and lovely piece of artwork you'll be proud
Tara Mini Bronze Statue 3 inches high
Need metal for feng shui balance?
This is a sweet and high quality piece in bronze, one of the most
expensive metals on the world market today. She also sometimes comes in a silver
Tara Rubber Stamp
2 inches x 1.75 inches (5 x 4 cm)
High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks
with a thick rubber sponge between the image and the block.
the Mother Goddess who answers human supplication.
Buddhism numbers 21 Taras, often featuring seven all-seeing eyes of compassion
(three in the forehead, one in each palm and foot sole). White
Tara, the mild form of the goddess,
promises health, long life and prosperity. Green
Tara promotes growth, solves practical
problems and protects our everyday world. She
is particularly associated with conservation and protection of the
planet, often resonnating with gardening women or those that find solace in the
natural world. She is incarnate in all good women, crowned and adorned with
flora and fauna of earth's harvest.
But even in Her wrathful aspect, Tara's role is to dispel the
fear of death and foster the evolution of compassion. Notice her foot is
outstretched, instantly ready to meet her supplicants.
Tara's name means One Who Saves. She epitomizes the
influence of the older mother-goddess cults upon the Buddhist Mahayana
religion. Her concept evolved in India and later
she became the most important goddess in the Mahayana pantheon. She holds a very
prominent position in Tibet and Nepal.
Tara was born from a tear of the Boddhisatva of
Compassion, Avolokiteswora. She was conceived primarily as a savioress and
generally regarded as his consort, frequently portrayed with him.
Tara is believed to protect humans while they are
crossing the ocean of existence. Her compassion for living beings, and her
desire to save them from suffering, is said to be stronger than a mother's love
for her children.
Her most distinctive emblem is the blue lotus which she
carries in her left hand.
Among the forms of Tara: when she is red, yellow and
blue, she is in a menacing mood; white or green she is gentle and loving. This
is the same twofold nature as Shiva's wife.
Tara is the central female diety of Tibet.
As a bodhisattva, she blesses and saves those who pray to her. The faithful may
appeal to her directlly without the intermediary of a lama. She is an emanation
of Avalokitesvara, the bodhisattva of mercy. She is considered the mother of all
buddhas and bodhisattvas.
There are 21 forms of Tara. Green Tara is particularly associated with earth and
conservation and protection of the planet. She is incarnate in all good women,
crowned and adorned with flora and fauna of earth's harvest.
She is usually pictured seated on a lotus throne, right leg pendant with foot
supported by a small lotus. Her right hand is in "charity" mudra and
her left in "argument" mudra.