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Tara Thangkas

Green Taras

Tibetan Buddhism considers Green Tara to be the original Tara. In fact, the Tibetan name for the goddess is do-ngon, which means 'the original Tara'; but ngon, original has sometime been interpreted by some Lama with sngo, meaning 'green', and the epithet 'green' has become inseparable from this form of Tara, which symbolizes the Divine Energy.

Green Tara [1]
1. Green Tara [1]
Green Tara [2]
2. Green Tara [2]
Green Tara [3]
3. Green Tara [3]
Green Tara [4]
4. Green Tara [4]
Green Tara [5]
5. Green Tara [5]
Green Tara [6]
6. Green Tara [6]
Green Tara [7]
7. Green Tara [7]
Green Tara [8]
8. Green Tara [8]
Green Tara [9]
9. Green Tara [9]
Green Tara [10]
10. Green Tara [10]
Green Tara [11]
11. Green Tara [11]
Green Tara [12]
12. Green Tara [12]
Green Tara [13]
13. Green Tara [13]
Green Tara [14]
14. Green Tara [14]
Green Tara [15]
15. Green Tara [15]
Green Tara [16]
16. Green Tara [16]
Green Tara [17]
17. Green Tara [17]
Thousand Green Taras [1]
18. Thousand Green Taras [1]
Thousand Green Taras [2]
19. Thousand Green Taras [2]
Thousand Green Taras [3]
20. Thousand Green Taras [3]
Thousand Green Taras [4]
21. Thousand Green Taras [4]
Thousand Green Taras [5]
22. Thousand Green Taras [5]
 108 Green Taras [1]
23.  108 Green Taras [1]
 108 Green Taras  [2]
24.  108 Green Taras [2]
 108 Green Taras [3]
25.  108 Green Taras [3]
Twenty One Taras [1]
26. Twenty One Taras [1]
Twenty One Taras [2]
27. Twenty One Taras [2]
Twenty One Taras [3]
28. Twenty One Taras [3]
Ttwenty One Taras [4]
29. Ttwenty One Taras [4]
Twenty One  Taras [5]
30. Twenty One Taras [5]
Twenty One Taras [6]
31. Twenty One Taras [6]
Green Tara Mandala
32. Green Tara Mandala
Alchi Tara [1]
33. Alchi Tara [1]
Alchi Tara [2]
34. Alchi Tara [2]
Alchi Tara [3]
35. Alchi Tara [3]