30. White Tara
Style: Black (nag-thang)

White Tara symbolizes transcendent knowledge, perfect harmony, and longevity. She is a motherly deity for protection and bestows longevity. She is white in color and is dressed as a Bodhisattva. White Tara is seated in the padmasana pose and is adorned with jewels. She molds the Varadamudra by way of her right hand and holds a lotus with three blossoms in her left. The three blossoms of the lotus flower represent the past, present and future Buddhas, allying White Tara with the spirit of the Buddha. White Tara has seven eyes, one on each palm and foot, and three on her face including one in the forehead symbolizing her omniscient vision.

This thangka is unique because her entire body was painted in silver with gold outlines. At the bottom, there is a conch shell, elephant husks, coral, and earrings of the queen and minister.