An exquisite 31 cm tall brass sculpture of Goddess Tara, the female Buddha considered as the most popular goddess in the Buddhist Pantheon and meditational diety handcrafted displaying ornate engravings and ornaments standing on an oval pedestal.
Tara is the goddess of universal compassion who represents virtuous and enlightened activity and is seen in a standing posture of ease symbolising the integration of wisdom and action with her left hand in the gesture of granting refuge and her right hand gracefully lowered in the Varada Mudra , the boon-granting gesture.
The worship of Tara is believed to help one in overcoming fears and anxieties and for her desire to save the people from suffering, said to be even stronger than a mother's love for her children.
Measures: Height 31 cm x Width 12 cm x Depth 7 cm
The pedestal measures 11 cm x 7 cm
Weight: 950 Grams