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Bodhisattva 3. Avalokiteshvara

Avalokitesvara or Avalokiteshvara (Sanskrit, lit. Lord who looks down) is the bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. China Kuan Yin Japan Kannon Tibet Chenrezig, Padmapani (Holder of the Lotus) Mongolia, Xongsim Bodisadv-a; Nidjeg Theravada tradition of Southeast Asia Lokesvara (Lord of the World) Becomes Lord of Mercy, Love, Compassion Manifestations: 1. Amoghapāśa 不空羂索 fukūkenjaku Holder of the Infallible Lasso 2. Bhrkuti Fierce-Eyed 3. Cintāmani-cakra 如意輪 nyoirin Holding the Jewel and Wheel Holds the jewel Cintamani 4. Ekādaśamukha 十一面 jūichimen Eleven-Faced Additional faces to teach all in 10 planes of existence 5. Hayagrīva 馬頭 bato Horse-Headed Wrathful form; simultaneously bodhisattva and a Wisdom King 6. Pāndaravāsinī 白衣 byakue White and Pure the direct forbear of Guan Yin 7. Parnaśabarī Cloaked With Leaves 8. Rakta Shadaksharī Six Red Syllables 8. Sahasra-bhuja Sahasra-netra 千手千眼 senjūsengan Thousand-Armed, Thousand-Eyed Very popular form: see and helps all 9. Śvetabhagavatī White-Bodied 10. Udaka-śrī Water Auspicious Cited from Website: Wiki
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