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The Goddess Tara, in the form we know Her, is first found in early Hinduism and later made the transition to Tibetan Buddhism. She is believed to be the most ancient form of Dea still worshipped today.

Vyjayanthimala's TOI Archives - 100 Years of Indian Cinema

Vyjayantimala Bali was conferred with the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, the highest Indian recognition given to practising artists. The award was presented to Vyjayanthimala in 1982 for her contribution in Bharata Natyam field.

Green Tara

Green Tara Tibetan Hindu Nepal BRONZE Sculpture STATUE

Green Tara Tibetan Hindu Nepal BRONZE Sculpture STATUE Item No. 8061 Reproduction after Museum Original Tara's name means One Who Saves. She epitomizes the influence of the older mother-goddess cults upon the Buddhist Mahayana religion.

Lakshmi - The Hindu Goddess of Wealth- Hinduism India ॐ

Lakshmi at the Brihadishwara Temple in Tanjore (Thanjavur), Tamil Nadu, India. Greatest of Great Living Chola Temples UNESCO World Heritage Site

THE GREEN TARA The female bodhisattva Tara is filled with compassion for all creatures and promises to help them and protect them from all dangers. As a bodhisattva, literally, ‘enlightenment being’,...

According to a popular myth, Tara was born out of the tears shed by the great Lord of Compassion, when he witnessed the unending suffering of living beings.

South Indian dancer with hastha mudras

Kuchipudi''- A Classical Indian dance from Andhra Pradesh, India picture speaks louder than words

Green Tara - Beautiful small classic Buddhist statue via Etsy

Green Tara - Beautiful small classic Buddhist statue via Etsy

Thousand Arms Chenrezig, Bodhisattva of Compassion, 17th-18th century, Tibet, gilt copper alloy with turquoise inlay and pigments, located at the Norbulingka, Lhasa, Tibet (summer palace of the Dalai Lamas)

Tibetan thousand armed Avalokiteshvara statue. Avalokiteshvara is the bodhisattva of compassion and the earthly manifestation of the buddha Amitabha, whose head is usually shown in his headdress.

Saraswati ma

Lovely image o Goddess Saraswathi who is worshipped at Mookambika Temple , Kollur, in South India. मां सरस्वती का श्र्लोक :- ॐ श्री सरस्वती शुक्लवर्णां सस्मितां सुमनोहराम्।। कोटिचंद्रप्रभामुष्टपुष्टश्रीयुक्तविग्रहाम्। वह्निशुद्धां शुकाधानां.

Tara Verte, XIX siècle, bronze doré, pigments et incrusattions de turqoises, musée nantionale du Bhoutan à Paro.

Green Tara, XIX century gilt bronze pigments and inlaid turquoise, National Museum of Bhutan Paro.