Lokeshwor is the earliest one to be honored and recognized. In Sanskrit, Lokeshwor meant the Lord who looks down towards the entire realm. He is a Bodhisattva who symbolizes the understanding of all the Buddhas. He is fluctuating exhibited and outlined dissimilarly in diverse cultures and countries as either a male or a female. He is also a embodiment of Avalokiteshwor. His four right hands carry the vajra, the sword, the goad, and the bow, as the four left to bear the ghanta (bell). the Tridandi (3 forked weapon), the noose and an arrow.
Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Great Compassion, is hand painted by a Nepalese craftsman. This lovely thangka artwork can be framed or hung on the wall with a conventional silk barcode. The One who hears the Cries of the World is another name for the Buddha Avalokiteshvara. He is depicted in this thangka as having 1,000 arms, each with an eye, and standing on a lotus.
He is observing the universe with his 1,000 arms and eyes in an effort to end the misery of all sentient beings. Avalokiteshvara serves as a reminder that genuine awakening involves more than just withdrawing from or escaping from our own troubles; rather, it entails embracing all living things with all of the love and compassion we can muster.