Avalokiteshvara (Lokeshwor, 1000 Arms, Boddhisattva) is the first one to be worshiped and paid respect to. In Sanskrit, Lokeshwor means the Lord who looks down towards the entire realm. He is a Bodhisattva who represents the compassion of all the Buddhas. He is variably depicted, described and portrayed differently in different cultures and countries as either a male or a female. He is also a form of Avalokiteshwor. His four right hands carry the vajra, the sword, the goad, and the bow, while the four left to carry the ghanta (bell). the Tridandi (3 forked weapon), the noose and an arrow.