Our master artisan created this masterpiece Cintachakra statue with the jewelry and crown of a bodhisattva. The jewelry, crown and her robes have been embellished with semi-precious turquoise and red coral stones. The entire statue with the exception of her hair and face is gilded with the finest 24K gold. Additionally, in order to imbue the statue with a divine facial expression the face is painted with a mixture of mortar pure glass and fine gold.
The color turquoise is a special combination of blue and green. Indeed, blue signifies the purity of the Buddhas and green symbolizes their readiness to act. Cintachakra wears them well and will also inspire all those who lay their eyes on the statue. Additionally, the color red pays tribute to Amitabha Buddha. The symbolic meaning of the color red is attachment, Tibetan Buddhists believe that meditation on the color red will transmute the poison of attachment into the sublime wisdom of discernment.
Masterpiece Cintachakra Statue Attributes
This masterpiece Cintachakra statue embodies one of Tara’s most popular emanations. Cintachakra devotees believe she glows with the radiance of 1000 white moons. Additionally, she has seven eyes – two on her face, one on her forehead, and one on each of her palms and on the soles of her feet. As a result, all her thoughts and actions will be imbued with wisdom and compassion.
This masterpiece Cintachakra statue sits in full lotus pose on a single lotus pedestal. There are two blossoming lotus flowers, one growing over each shoulder. Her right hand holds the stem of one lotus flower between the thumb and index finger. Additionally, this hand is depicting the Varada “gift giving” mudra. Her left hand is depicting the Abhaya mudra which symbolizes protection and fearlessness.
White Tara is also known as “Cintachakra” which is a Sanskrit term for “wish fulfilling wheel”. Our beautiful Cintachakra statue is strongly affiliated with serenity, healing, compassion and long life. Indeed, Cintachakra is included as one of the three deities of long life in Tibetan Buddhist beliefs. Click here to learn more about the Tara bodhisattva.