The Auspicious Green Tara Antiquated Brass Statue is nicely carved out with a deep sense of finesse. The celestial Goddess Tara is given a given a spectacular treatment with some floral designs. Tara is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. Known as the "mother of liberation", Tara represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. Green Tara is also known as the Buddha of enlightened activity. Green Tara (Khadiravani) is associated with protection from fear and the following eight phenomena: lions (pride), wild elephants (delusion/ignorance), fires (hatred and anger), snakes (jealousy), bandits and thieves (wrong views, including fanatical views), bondage (avarice and miserliness), floods (desire and attachment), and evil spirits and demons (deluded doubts). White Tara (Sarasvati), the other popular form of Tara is associated with longevity and thereby counteracts illness and helps to bring about a long life.