Our main aim is to satisfy our customers.we have been dealing our products for many years all over the world.if you would like to discuss or require any prdouct than kindly contact us.we will be happy to work with you. We give our best to service to our customersTārā is also known as a saviouress, as a heavenly deity who hears the cries of beings experiencing misery in saṃsāra.Whether the Tārā figure originated as a Buddhist or Hindu goddess is unclear and remains a source of inquiry among scholars. Mallar Ghosh believes her to have originated as a form of the goddess Durga in the Hindu Puranas. Today, she is worshiped both in Buddhism and in Shaktism as one of the ten Mahavidyas.
It may be true that goddesses entered Buddhism from Shakti. it is 12 inch in size.In this category you will find a large variety of Tibetan and Nepali handmade statues which are used for religious as well as decorative purposes. Independent of whether she is classified as a deity, a Buddha, or a bodhisattva, Tārā remains very popular in Tibet (and Tibetan communities in exile in Northern India), Mongolia, Nepal, Bhutan, and is worshiped in a majority of Buddhist communities throughout the world (see also Guanyin, the female aspect of Avalokitesvara in Chinese Buddhism).