The Tibetan Buddhist deity Lokesvara, also known as Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig, is shown on the Lokeshwor Thangka. One of Buddhism's most revered characters is Lokeshwor, a bodhisattva associated with compassion. The Lokeshwor Thangka is a representation of Lokesvara in a particular shape and serves as a visual aid for meditation, devotion, and spiritual practice.
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In the Lokeshwor Thangka, Lokeshwor is shown as a bodhisattva with several arms and heads. Each arm carries a symbol of compassion, a lotus flower, prayer beads, a diamond that grants wishes, or other objects of similar significance. The several heads represent Lokesvara' s capacity to recognize and respond to the suffering of all sentient beings with knowledge and compassion. This 1000 Arm Lokeshwor Thangka is a symbol of divine grace and compassion. Its eighty-four arms represent the boundless compassion of Lokeshwor, and the many heads signify the power to compassionately offer wisdom to all.