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Green Tara- Goddess of compassion. She teaches us how to live as an enlightened person.

Green Tara- Goddess of compassion. She teaches us how to live as an enlightened person.

Cundi 準提佛母 (Sanskrit: चुन्दी, literally "Extreme Purity") is known as a bhagavati, or "mother of buddhas", and is often equated with the bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara.

Cundi 準提佛母 (Sanskrit: चुन्दी, literally "Extreme Purity") is known as a bhagavati, or "mother of buddhas", and is often equated with the bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara.

Avalokiteswora, Green Tara and White Tara: The Green Tara and White Tara are known to have arisen from the compassionate tears of Avalokiteswora. Green Tara is the embodiment of all the Buddhas and bodhisattvas' enlightened activity and White Tara is associated with practices to lengthen one's lifespan and remove life threatening obstacles.

Avalokiteswora, Green Tara and White Tara: The Green Tara and White Tara are known to have arisen from the compassionate tears of Avalokiteswora. Green Tara is the embodiment of all the Buddhas and bodhisattvas' enlightened activity and White Tara is associated with practices to lengthen one's lifespan and remove life threatening obstacles.

Thangka of Ksitigarbha. A thangka is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala of some sort. It is a Nepalese art form exported to Tibet consists of a picture panel painted or embroidered over which a textile is mounted and then over which is laid a cover, usually silk. Thangkas served as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha, various influential lamas and other deities and bodhisattvas.

Thangka of Ksitigarbha. A thangka is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala of some sort. It is a Nepalese art form exported to Tibet consists of a picture panel painted or embroidered over which a textile is mounted and then over which is laid a cover, usually silk. Thangkas served as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha, various influential lamas and other deities and bodhisattvas.

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