The thangka is a scroll image (whether painted, embroidered, woven, glued or printed) of Tibetan Buddhism and is hung in temples or home altars for meditation and carried in processions. The thangkas mainly depict tantric deities, Buddhas, bodhisattvas, tutelary deities, lamas, stories from life, kalachakras (wheel of life) and mandalas.
Green Tara is a revered figure in Tibetan Buddhism, known as the embodiment of enlightened activity and compassionate action. Depicted as a youthful and radiant goddess, she is adorned in green attire, symbolizing her association with growth, vitality, and the natural world. Green Tara is believed to swiftly respond to the needs and aspirations of sentient beings, offering protection, guidance, and liberation from fear and suffering. Her significance lies in her ability to alleviate obstacles, promote spiritual development, and bestow blessings of wisdom, compassion, and fearlessness. Devotion to Green Tara is said to cultivate inner strength, promote healing, and foster a deep connection with the nurturing and transformative forces of the universe.
This small silk brocade thangka is perfect for your office, study, shrine or puja room. Due to the handmade nature, there may be slight variations from the picture.
Size: approx. 28 x 21 cm
Weight: approx. 25 g
Material: silk brocade, paper