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21 famous Tibetan Buddhism Tara Painting T06 size 90 x 120 cm

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  • famous Tibetan Buddhism Tara Painting On Canvas
  • Material: Export Quality Cotton Fabric Canvas
  • Size: 36 inches x 48 inches …90 cm x 120 cm  
  • Unframed -Only Canvas Painting Carefully Rolled in PVC tubes
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Tara 6 Tara Victorious over the Three Levels of the World
Trai Lokya Vijaya Tara / Jig Ten Sum Lay Nam Par Gyal We Drolma

Power or Rite: purification of all obscurations and negativities.

  • Seed syllable RE
  • Colour: ruby red
  • Number of arms: four
  • Peaceful or wrathful: peaceful

 

Praise

Homage to you to whom Indra, Agni,

Brahma, Vayu, Ishvara and the other gods offer prayers,

And who are praised by spirits, zombies,

Smell eaters and Yakshas.

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ibetan Buddhism Tara Painting, paintings for living room, paintings for bedroom, buddhism god, V V Sapar Paintings,

21 famous Tibetan Buddhism Tara Painting On Canvas T06

21 famous Tibetan Buddhism Tara Painting T06 size 90 x 120 cm

 

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UV Canvas is a lifetime color base product not require glass for the frame and not require any restriction to hang on the wall its looks like a hand painting. it’s washable and moisture-proof…Eco Canvas color may be fade after 3 to 5 years if the painting placed a heated area or direct sunlight area… Require AC room For this canvas. for the frame, Eco Canvas also not require Glass for the frame it’s also washable

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We are not providing a frame because having a 90 % possibility of damage from courier Handling and extra cost of courier charges because it’s to big a size canvas… The Readymade frame is not good for high class flat and residential houses…Wall beauty depends on the frame and finishes so you can choose a good quality frame as you like…

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Tara is without a doubt the most beloved female deity in Tibetan Buddhism, revered for her swiftness in helping those who rely on her. She has been described as a Buddha for our modern age, a sublime personification of compassion and wisdom in female form at a time when sorrow and suffering seem to be increasing everywhere. Of all the Buddhas, Tara is the most accessible.

Tara is as approachable as our own mothers. She embodies the same protective traits, but not just protector: like a mother, she is teacher (usually our mothers teach us our first words), fierce motivator (taking out the garbage and chores), nurturer (always patient with us as we grow and learn.) Like a mother she never judges us: her practice assures us both temporal benefits (helping us in our mundane, daily lives) and profound ultimate benefits — the path to realizations and Buddhahood.

According to Mahasiddha Surya Gupta’s practice, “each of the twenty-one Taras holds different implements. They may also assume different postures, some sitting, some standing, and may have more than one head and several pairs of arms.”

Rinpoche also answer a question often asked by students: “The twenty-one praises may be recited in Tibetan, English or any other language. It does not matter. Languages have no inherent existence; no one language is inherently superior to any other.” [1]

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Typical inside spread of Tara in the palm of your hand, here showing the visualization of the 10th Tara, “Tara Who Dispels All Suffering” (original illustration) with accompanying “rite purpose”, visualization, seed syllable, praise, and special mantra. The book is available on Amazon here>>

21 Taras according to Surya Gupta is a profound practice

1. Arya-ture-vira-tara  2. Arya-shukla-kanta-tara  3. Arya-kanaka-varna-tara  4. Arya-tathagatoshnishi-tara  5. Arya-humkara-nadini-tara  6. Arya-trailokya-vijaya-tara  7. Arya-pramardini-tara   8. Arya-mara-mardaneshvari-tara  9. Arya-khadira-vani-tara  10. Arya-shoka-vinodani-tara  11. Arya-jagadvashi-tara  12. Arya-mangalaloka-tara  13. Arya-parichayika-tara  14. Arya-bhrikuti-tara  15. Arya-mahashanta-tara  16. Arya-raga-nishudani-tara  17. Arya-sukha-sadhani-tara  18. Arya-vijaya-tara  19. Arya-dukha-dahani-tara  20. Arya-siddhi-sambhava-tara   21. Arya-parinishpanna-tara

21 famous Tibetan Buddhism Tara Painting T06 size 90 x 120 cm

Venerable Zasep Rinpoche teaching at a Tara weekend using the commentary book, Tara in the Palm of Your Hand, as a reference.

The earlier practices of Surya Gupta’s 21 Taras is considered more profound, not just be virtue of complexity, but on the strength of deeply meaningful symbolism. The same 21 Taras transform into many forms, with numerous attirbutes. As with other deities, she can be wrathful, semiwrathful, peaceful.

Zasep Rinpoche described the practice as “more advanced… like a higher Tantra”, although it is actually a Kriya Trantra, approachable to all:

“The Mahasiddha Surya Gupta lineage of the twenty-one Taras is quite different from the Atisha lineage in that each of the twenty-one Taras is very distinctive in appearance and attributes and each Tara has her own sadhana. Although technically the practice of the twenty-one Taras is Kriya Tantra, it feels more advanced, with the sadhanas reading more like sadhanas from a higher level Tantra. Of course, in a sense, our experience of any Tara sadhana practice depends on the state of our mind and our degree of realization.”

For “Body”, we learn to project the “virtuous object” in our mind. For Speech, we engage with mantras, among other methods. In the Surya Gupta method of meditation, each of the Taras has Her own mantras (although the main mantra Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha is fine for each as a focus.) For mind, we contemplate her “Praise”, her virtues, her symbolism, and her powers.

Chanted in many languages, but especially rythmic and beautiful in Tibetan — where each Tara’s praise is chanted in four lines of eight syllables each — the main differences in practice are in the visualizations of the Taras. Yet, the 21 Taras can be much more than a beautiful praise to start out day. The Surya Gupta tradition, especially — where each of the 21 Taras is distinctly different — is a profound practice, with Sadhanas and Mantras for each of the Taras.

There are at least four 21 Tara traditions, although the two best known are the 21 Taras according to Atisha tradition, and the earlier — but more complex — 21 Taras according to the great Mahasiddha Surya Gupta. Visualizing and practicing in the Atisha tradition is certainly easier, with the main variant being color and some expressions. No empowerment is required. Practice is very simplified.

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