Brass statuette of the TARA

The Goddess Tara, in the form we know Her, is first found in early Hinduism and later made the transition to Tibetan Buddhism. She is believed to be the most ancient form of Dea still worshipped today.

Statuette's height: 125 mm, weight: 250 gms

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21,70 €

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The Goddess Tara is by far the most popular deity in the Tibetan pantheon: so much so that some have suggested that Tibetan Buddhism should be called Taraism. She is worshipped throughout Tibet, Nepal and much of South-East Asia. She is less known in China and Japan, but in those areas the closely-related Quan Yin (Japanese Kannon) takes Her place.

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