This joyful and majestic depiction represents one of the twenty-one Taras, known as the Noble Lady Tara(Jigten Sumle Gyalma). This Tara embodies the quality of boundless joy without any leakage or depletion. With her sublime power, she has the ability to liberate and transform countless sentient beings.
This entire sculpture exudes an elegant and dignified presence, with a gentle and approachable demeanor. The facial features are exquisitely refined and charming, with a slight hint of a smile at the corners of the mouth, portraying a serene and tranquil expression reminiscent of a young maiden. The head is adorned with a wide five-petal crown, and the flowing hair is beautifully detailed. Circular earrings dangle from the ears, and the deity is dressed in celestial robes, with the upper body exposed. A necklace with precious jewels adorns the neck, and the entire body is adorned with strands of bells, heavenly flowers, and ornaments, with one strand encircling the neck and another around the waist. The slender waist and ample bosom give the figure a youthful beauty reminiscent of a maiden in her prime. The lower body is adorned with a silk skirt, intricately engraved with patterns that resemble the texture of silk. The tactile quality of the fabric adds to its beauty. Combined with the twisting waist, it truly showcases the exquisite beauty of the feminine aspect of the Buddhist deity. The Joyful Tara holds a wish-fulfilling jewel in her right hand, positioned at the level of her chest, symbolizing her ability to grant blessings and assistance. Her left hand rests on her knee in the gesture of fearlessness, representing her courage and protection. Additionally, she holds a stemmed lotus flower near her left chest, symbolizing purity and enlightenment. The movements and gestures of her hands are graceful and dignified, adding to the overall elegance of the sculpture.The Joyful Tara is seated in the vajra posture, with both feet resting on a tall, majestic lotus blossom. The lotus petals are full and beautifully layered, symbolizing purity and spiritual awakening. The lotus is further adorned with golden water motifs, adding to its exquisite beauty.
The entire composition creates a sense of grace and serenity, elevating the overall aesthetic of the sculpture.The entire sculpture is made of bronze, with a fine and comfortable texture. The generous application of gold embellishments enhances its exquisite craftsmanship.
Even after being passed down for a hundred years, it still maintains its original charm. It inherits the legacy of the Saige Monastery lineage lineage, ensuring a seamless transmission of craftsmanship. This is a collectible that should not be missed.