Prajñāpāramitā is a goddess of Wisdom. She is closely associated with the Perfection of Wisdom tradition, and indeed her name is usually translated as “Perfection of Wisdom”. The Perfection of Wisdom tradition is one of the two great philosophical traditions of Mahāyana Buddhism. It is closely associated with Nagārjuna who is said to have retrieved the texts from the Nagas. Prajñāpāramitā is the personification of the prajñā. Vessantara calls her “the book that became a goddess”, and the tradition itself refers to her as the “Mother of all the Buddhas“.
Mantra “Gate gate pāragate pārasamgate bodhi svāhā”
Green Tara is the spiritual friend of all sentient beings. She is invoked as a radiant lamp in the darkness of unknowing, as a guide to realization amidst obstacles to enlightenment, as a welcome companion at the time of death, and as a refuge of light in the dark womb of rebirth.
Mantra “OM TARA TUTARA TURE SVAHA”
Bodhisattva of wisdom is a mirror for the divine intelligence within each of us. He embodies the wisdom of all Buddha’s in the past and those still to come. In his right hand, he holds the double-edged sword of incisive intelligence which represents wisdom cutting through ignorance. In the other hand, he holds the sacred text, Prajnaparamita Sutra, representing transcendent wisdom. Manjusri symbolizes Buddhist wisdom as the clear knowledge of reality. He will help you master the dharma, sharpen your memory and attain mental perfection and eloquence.
Mantra “Oṃ A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhīḥ”
The great Indian Buddhist Master Atisha (982 – 1054 AD) was responsible for reintroducing pure Buddhism into Tibet.
Chakrasamvara also known as Samvara, is a Tantric deity of the Supreme Yoga Tantra or Vajrayana. Here he is depicted with 12 arms embracing his consort Vajravarahi (Tib. Dorje Pagmo). Chakrasamvara symbolizes emptiness and bliss
Mantra “OM SHRI VAJRA HE HE RU RU KAM HUM HUM P’HAT DAKINI DZALA SHAMBARAM SOHA”