|Date Range||1800 - 1899|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
|Collection||Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art|
Tara, Syama (Tibetan: drol ma jang ku, English: the Green Saviouress), deity of activities, Enlightened Buddha in female form.
Tibetan: Drol ma jang ku
Green, with one face and two hands, she holds blue utplala flowers and sits in a relaxed posture with the right leg extended. At the top center is a buddha figure. At the right and left are two Gelug lamas wearing monastic robes and yellow pandita hats.
At the bottom left is the wrathful protector Shri Devi, Magzor Gyalmo, riding atop a brown mule. At the right is another protector figure.
Jeff Watt 5-2000