Tara in Buddhism is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the ‘Mother of Liberation’ and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. She is also known for compassion, long life, healing, and serenity. Also known as the wish fulfilling wheel or cinta chakra.
A. Green Tara
As green is the universal color of healing, regeneration, and growth. The green Tara embodies the healing energy of release from fear and ignorance. Human ignorance comes in many forms from jealousy to pride. Healing energy of Green Tara brings awareness and relief from these negative aspects.
B. White Tara
White Tara also known as Saraswati, is associated with longevity. White Tara counteracts illness and thereby helps to bring about a long life. She embodies the motivation that is compassion and is said to be as white and radiant as the moon. White Tara is also called ‘the mother of all Buddhas’. She is the perfect embodiment of graceful power, wisdom, and purity.
C. Dancing Tara
Dancing Tara is a female buddha and one of the most prominent female deities in Nepalese and Tibetan Buddhism. The name Tara means the “One who saves” and as the goddess of compassion, her job is to alleviate people from suffering.
D. Tara Face
Tara face are the icon of confidence, awareness, knowledge, compassion, and concentrated meditative practices. Each and every faculty of the Tara face symbolizes hidden meaning, philosophy, history, occult, and above all how to individuality and collectively be great.