Green Tara Mandala

Green Tara Mandala

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Green Tara is usually associated with protection from fear and the following eight obscurations. In the painting (Green Tara)  she is seen sitting on a decorative sofa, decorated with flowers and some colorful pearls. 

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Green Tara is usually associated with protection from fear and the following eight obscurations. In the painting (Green Tara)  she is seen sitting on a decorative sofa, decorated with flowers and some colorful pearls. She is seen in meditative position. Folding both legs she sits in calm position with one of the palms facing a ceiling. There is a flower in another hand.

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Dimensions 42 × 59 cm
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1 review for Green Tara Mandala

  1. Jessica Becker

    Looks great hanging up in the guest room!

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