The White Tara in is the Buddhist goddess representation of compassion and enlightend actions. She is often identified with seven eyes. It is said that her compassion for living beings is stronger than a mother's love for her children. She also brings longevity and leads her followers on their spiritual journey to enlightment. In Buddhist iconography , white tara often has seven eyes, in addition to the usual two eyes, she has a third eye in her forehead, and one on each of her hands and feet. This symbolize vigilance and ability to see all suffereing in the world. This statue is made out of Copper and bronze and is Gold plated. White Tara holds a very prominent position in Tibet and Nepal.