White Tara is transliterated as Dolma Garmu, also known as the Mother of Life-increasing and Savior Buddha. According to legend, White Tara was transformed from the tears of Guanyin Bodhisattva's left eye. She has the power to grant longevity to all living beings and has the power to save eight difficulties. The devout painter painted White Tara's facial features delicately and vividly, with a gentle smile, as tranquil as a virgin; her head tilted slightly to the right, with a bun in a bun, and a crown of flower vines. The huge crown leaves looked particularly solemn against the backdrop of gems. Elegant. The painting and coloring is a typical Miantang style thangka style, with regular painting layout, exquisite painting skills and artistry. The thick mineral pigments of the
Menbris Sama style are carefully painted, giving people a powerful and deterrent aesthetic effect. Thangka is 34.64 in (88 cm) x 23.62 in (60 cm), frame is 44.09 in (112 cm) x 33.85 in (86 cm).