英文名称: Tara (Buddhist Deity) - (Atisha, 21 Taras)
收藏:Rubin Museum of Art
年份:18世纪（1700 - 1799）
内容:White Tara, Completely Accomplishing All Activities (Tibetan: drol ma kar mo): Amitayus Buddha, Green Tara, White Tara, Shadbhuja Mahakala, Sita (white) Mahakala, and Vaishravana Riding a Lion. Number 21 from the set of Twenty-one Taras of the lineage of Lord Atisha.At the top center is the buddha of long-life, Amitayus, red, seated, with the hands in the posture of meditation. To the left is Green Tara, the primary form of the deity, with one face and two hands in the mudra of generosity and holding a flower blossom. To the right is White Tara, displaying 7 eyes on the body - 3 on the face and 2 each on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet; seated in vajra posture.At the bottom center is the wrathful protector Shadbhuja Mahakala, dark blue, with one face and six hands. At the left is the wealth deity aspect of Shadbhuja Mahakala - white Chintamani Mahakala, the Wishing Jewel Lord, with one face and six hands. At the right is the Direction Guardian and protector, Vaishravana, yellow, with one face and two hands, holding a banner and mongoose, riding a snow lion.Tara is a completely enlightened buddha who in a previous life promised to appear, after enlightenment, in the form of a female bodhisattva and goddess for the benefit of all beings. Her primary activity is to protect from the eight fears. Practiced in all Schools of Tibetan Buddhism her various forms are found in all classes of tantra - Nyingma and Sarma.From the tantra known as theFront of PaintingEnglish Translation of Inscription: Left ten.