Generous loan from the Asia Society, New York White Tara is an enlightened being of Tibetan Buddhism, embodied in the form of a radiant goddess. Her silver body—a material used only rarely in Tibetan sculpture—offsets the gold and semiprecious stones that adorn her form, described as white in the visions of accomplished Buddhist patriarchs.

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