Image rights - Tara image by Raul Garcia Yunque Store - Nikon from the WA DC Smithsonian - image digitally improved due to imperfection's and age. Other dreamstime license.
Easy to wear, easy to style and still keeping with your organic aesthetics, we present the iconic men's zip-thru hoodie sweatshirt.
Laced with cool round draw cords in matching color with their metal tipping, a metal zipper, and eyelets, double layered hood plus a kangaroo pocket with wide double topstitch, you will enjoy the friendly touch to eco-fashion this zip hoodie brings.
Image rights - Nature images by Raul Garcia Yunque Store - Nikon D850 cameras /
.: 85% organic cotton, 15% recycled polyester
.: Heavy fabric (10.3 oz /yd² (350 g/m²))
.: Regular fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size
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About Tibetan Goddess Tara:
Tara is the Mother Goddess who answers human supplication.
The shining figure Sita Tara was born of a single tear of compassion shed by Avaloketishwara on seeing the suffering of humanity. Tibetan Buddhism numbers 21 Taras, often featuring seven all-seeing eyes of compassion (three in the forehead, one in each palm and foot sole).
Red Tara transforms suffering into healing and courage. White Tara promises, the mild form of the goddess, health, long life and prosperity. Green Tara promotes growth, solves practical problems and protects our everyday world. Black and Red Taras are fiercer guises. Here the deity may use suffering to foster the devotee's healing and courage. But even in Her wrathful aspect, Tara's role is to dispel the fear of death and foster the evolution of compassion. Tara brings the Wisdom of Compassion.
Tara appears in many other religions in many forms...