White Tara

Taras in Tibetan Buddhism have 21 manifestations, all being different colors, and offers energy or virtue to help people on their spiritual journeys.

White Tara is known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra. It is one of the two most popular forms of Tara in Tibet, the other is Green Tara.

Unfortunately all of these shrines and other religious depictions are not being sold by private individuals, but by the Chinese government itstelf and were taken by force from many a Tibetan family against their will when they may have been imprisoned and/or relocated which happens quite often these days. By taking, selling and shipping some of the most sacred objects that people own, it has literally taken much of Tibet right out of Tibet while making far more money than just destroying the objects outright.

Search for “White Tara” on Ebay

  • 2,950 on 07/30/2016 including 184 auctioned in 10 days
  • 3,278 on 09/19/2016 including 182 auctioned in 10 days
  • 3,568 on 11/19/2016 including 193 auctioned in 10 days
  • 3,643 on 02/20/2017 including 165 auctioned in 10 days
  • 3,470 on 05/15/2017 including 143 auctioned in 10 days
  • 3,920 on 09/28/2017 including 149 auctioned in 10 days
  • 4,273 on 12/19/2017 including 171 auctioned in 10 days
  • 4,211 on 1/17/2018 including 169 auctioned in 10 days
  • 4,625 on 09/09/2018 including 177 auctioned in 10 days
  • 4,864 on 03/19/2019 including 153 auctioned in 10 days
  • 4,953 on 04/15/2019 including 122 auctioned in 10 days
  • 5,112 on 05/14/2019 including 134 auctioned within 10 days
  • 5,715 on 06/15/2019 including 108 auctioned within 10 days








White Tara thankga that is hand painted with gold on canvas instead of woven in silk:


  • See this auction by buddhismarts: no longer a registered user when checked back on auction- same seller in Australia has used multiple aliases before to sell these same handpainted Tibetan thangkas for a fraction of their value. In one year alone they had used 4 different names, opening and closing shops to apparently hide their identity/earnings/or bad feedback. They are the only one in Australia with this style of thangka selling it on Ebay though, making it obvious that they were the same people who had just renamed thier shop.