[LIMITED EDITION] 5 Tara Goddesses
for blessings and good fortune luck
Tara brings divine Goddess Energy whenever she graces you with her presence. She personifies female sacred energy, and when one is in danger of any kind, or in need of help or assistance, she is known for her ultra-swift response to any call for help. Her intentions are always benevolent, and her blessings are the secret to removing obstacles and hindrances to one’s life moving harmoniously and swiftly forward. There are many different Taras in the Buddhist tradition, but we have identified 5 of the most well-known here, and crafted them in beautiful dancing poses to symbolize joy, celebration and happiness.
GREEN TARA dissolves all one’s troubles and helps to fulfill all of one’s wishes when she is called upon for help. Her mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA.
GOLDEN TARA bestows prosperity and wealth, ensuring one can always afford what one desires. Inviting her into the home ensures the family never falls on hard times, protects against any kind of cash flow problem, and solves bickering whose root cause lies with money problems. Her mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MAHA PUNYE SOHA.
BLUE TARA protects against danger of all kinds. Her presence in the home will help to ensure that nobody with ill intentions will be able to enter or even get close to the home or family. Her mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE VAJRA TAKA HANA LITSA PHAT SOHA.
RED TARA is the Tara of Magnetism and she bestows charisma and charm to those who call on her for help. Her presence attracts fame, power and a good name to those who adopt her as a mentor and chanting her mantra regularly will help one develop the kind of disposition that magnifies one’s popularity and likeability, increasing one’s influence over others. Her mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE BODHI CITTA SOHA.
WHITE TARA brings good health and longevity. She is a wonderful Tara for anyone suffering from health woes, and also for the more elderly members of the family. Her mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MAMA AYUR PUNYE JNANA PUSHTIM KURU YE SOHA.
FREE: IN PRAISE TARA BOOK
Weight: 2860 grams
Height: 14 - 15 cm
Length: 8 cm
Width: 6.5 cm