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Drawing has begun on the giant thangka.  Learn more at PreserveTibetanArt.org #thangka  #Tibetan art #Tashi Dhargyal

Drawing has begun on the giant thangka. Learn more at PreserveTibetanArt.org #thangka #Tibetan art #Tashi Dhargyal

White Tara - "the guardian of all fear. She appears as soon as a follower calls. She arrives, ready to put to right the most terrible of situations." Assouline

White Tara - "the guardian of all fear. She appears as soon as a follower calls. She arrives, ready to put to right the most terrible of situations." Assouline

White Tara is a form of the Goddess Tara ("the Saviouress"), a Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion born from the tears, or a lotus-flower that grew from the tears of Avalokitesvara. Her primary form is Green Tara. As White Tara She is very popular as well, and is said to grant long life. Tara White as the Autumn Moon represents Wisdom, for the moon is the symbol of wisdom in Buddhist Tantra.

White Tara is a form of the Goddess Tara ("the Saviouress"), a Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion born from the tears, or a lotus-flower that grew from the tears of Avalokitesvara. Her primary form is Green Tara. As White Tara She is very popular as well, and is said to grant long life. Tara White as the Autumn Moon represents Wisdom, for the moon is the symbol of wisdom in Buddhist Tantra.

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