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Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)
Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)
Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)
Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)
Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)

Consecrated Wishful-filling Standing Green Tara Statue (pre-order)

Regular price
$1,100.00
Sale price
$1,100.00
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Specifications

Height : 330 mm (aprox.) Width : 130 mm (aprox.) Material : Brass
Note: There are slight variations in the final product color.
Includes free shipping. The statue is a total of $1100. There is a payment instalment plan option of 4 payments of $275 + shipping.

The statues are being made currently and will be sent for consecration. Estimated completion time February 2023.

Wishful-filling Green Tara Statue

At Khentrul Rinpoche's home in Australia, the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute, the community transformed the outside landscape during their 21 Tara Garden of Abundance Project. Rinpoche's vision was to install a standing Tara statue in the garden that is a fountain. Thanks to our community in Vietnam and Australia that wish was achieved.  When HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo came to consecrate it, he said this statue is just what the Rime Institute needs and our community right now. She is the wishfulfilling form of Tara. Rinpoche has such big aspirations for the Golden Age and for building the Land of Shambhala, we need the swift help of Tara to help us along.

As a community we have been connecting with Tara through her practices and the Drolmi Kazug Wishfulfilling Vase practice. Tara is the mother of all Buddhas. She is the swiftest in activity and helps relieve many forms of suffering and fulfill all wishes. 


The Consecration 

The statues will be filled with precious substances, relics and mantras. They will then be consecrated at Tashi Chöthang Monastery in Tibet. This monastery is connected to Rinpoche and his root Guru Lama Lobsang Trinlé.

Note: 

All proceeds will go to the Dzokden Foundation's general fund which supports the creation of online religious education, translations and custom commissioned supports for practice such as authentic thangkas and statues.