On a lotus pedestal She is poised in all the beauty and grace of Her form. She is seated in the finest padmasana and raises a hand in generous blessing. In the palms of Her hands and the soles of Her feet are the especial golakas. Her fair face is marked by a composure so gathered and wise and inward-centred, that one is filled with veneration just gazing upon Her beauty. A long neck and the golaka at the mid-brow render Her beauty ethereal.
This White Tara sculpture has been made with a great deal of shraddha. From the torso to the long legs and half the arms, She is superimposed with a world of richly coloured inlay. It is luxuriantly set against Her shape, featuring scarlet and aquamarine petals, minimalistic gold filigree, and infusions of a Prussian blue indicative of Her hair. Such a White Tara murti would be a statement addition to the space of any Buddhist devotee.