White Tara Statue (Ceramic)
Mother Goddess of Compassion.
She offers health, long life, and prosperity.
The shining figure Sita, Tara was born of a single tear of compassion shed by Avaloketishwara on seeing the suffering of humanity.
Tibetan 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 Buddhist Goddess of Pure Heart and the mild form of the goddess, promises health, long life and prosperity. She may convert the devotee's suffering to foster into healing and courage. Tara's role is to dispel the fear of death and foster the evolution of compassion.