This thread-architectural mandala is created as a representation of the celestial mansion in which Green Tara resides, when imagined as transcending the ordinary world. The mandala was recently created by a master of this rare and endangered art, an elderly monk of the Namgyal Monastery, originally of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, and now maintained in exile by His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. Mandala rests on large wood base with blue and white wave patterns. On top of base is thread structure with intricate woven geometric repeating patterns with repeating colors. Attached to wood base and surrounding thread structure are small diamond shape thread forms which could represent jewel offerings or other sacred meanings. Juxtaposed to these diamonds are small thread polls of differing colors. Inside thread structure are a set of stacked boxes with color patterns. At top of boxes is oval shaped wood piece with image of Green Tara. Attached to upper corners of thread structure are endless knots. From base thread structure extends a colorful thread tower with different repeating geometric forms of varying shapes and sizes.