Tara is a female Boddhistava known as the mother of liberalization. Tara is a meditation deity whose practice is believed to bring develop inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teaching about compassion and emptiness. There are 21 emanation of Tara. Tara desire to save living beings from suffering is stronger than a mother love for children and hence is consider being the Goddess of compassion
Green Tara is believed to be born from compassionate tear of Avalokiteshavara when he was looking down the world of suffering. The suffering let his tear fall down and from left a white peaceful Tara was born and from right fierce green.
Green Tara is depicted to be young girl of 16 having a mischievous and playfully nature. Her posture is portrayed with right leg extended with ease, signifying she is always ready to help being from suffering and left leg folded in contemplative position on lotus pedestal symbolizing the integration of wisdom and art. She holds a blue lotus on her left hand symbolizing purity and power while right hand makes boon granting gesture.
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