Lokeshwor in Sanskrit means the Lord who sees the whole realm. He is a bodhisattva who symbolizes the understanding of all Buddhas. He is the embodiment of Avalokiteshwor. In traditional depictions, his four right hands carry the hilt, sword, goad and bow, while his four left hands hold the ghanta (bell), the Tridandi (3 forked weapons), the noose and an arrow.
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