Lokeshwor Thangka is a type of thangka that depicts Lokeshwor, also known as Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig. Lokeshwor is one of the most revered and widely known bodhisattvas in Mahayana Buddhism. He is regarded as the embodiment of compassion and is believed to actively work for the benefit and liberation of all beings. This continuous dedication to compassion makes Lokeshwor Thangka's an ideal fit for any home, office, or place of worship. With its intricate detail and vibrant colors, it is a tangible reminder of the power of love and wisdom.
Lokeshwor Thangkas typically feature the deity Lokeshwor in at the top a lotus throne, with multiple heads and arms. In each hand, he may be holding items symbolizing various things like a lotus, mala (prayer beads), a gem, a vase, or a dharma wheel. These different forms of Lokeshwor signify his capability to take various forms to help end the pain of living beings.
Buddhists highly revere Lokeshwor, whose practice is related to generating compassion and alleviating suffering. Followers chant his mantra, "Om Mani Padme Hum," and engage in meditation and visualization techniques to connect with Lokeshwor's compassionate energy.