Ада Ардис (ada_ardis) wrote,
Ада Ардис
ada_ardis

WhiteTara (Buddhist Deity)



"...with a hue white like an autumn moon - radiant like a stainless crystal jewel, shining with rays of light, one face, two hands, and having three eyes; with the conduct of having sixteen years of age. The right hand is in the mudra of supreme generosity; the left holds with the thumb and forefinger the stem of a white utpala to the heart with the petals blossoming at the ear. Representing the buddhas of the three times the single stem is divided into three, in the middle is a blossoming flower, the right in fruition, the left in the form of a bud; adorned with various jewel ornaments; having various silk upper garments and a lower garment of red silk; seated with the legs in vajra posture. The palms of the hands and feet each have an eye - the seven eyes of pristine awareness." (Sachen Ngagwang Kunga Lodro, 1729-1783).

Origin Location: Eastern Tibet
Date Range: 1800-1899
Lineages: Buddhist
Material: Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton
Tags: Белая Тара буддизм
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