Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Good News !!! MBK TIBETAN THANKA (THANGKA ) EXHIBITION is Extend for 29 Nov. Plz Click Image To See detail Of Thanka.
Red Ganpati
Dancing Twelve Arms Ganesha (Tib: Ganapati):This is an Excellent art work from Newari Thanka. (Please Read : Types of Thangka Paintings ) Newari art has the huge influence, evident in style over Tibetan painting.

Detail Of twelve arms Ganesha Thanka . In the upper left corner the yogic adept (Mahasiddha) Virupa is offered a skull cup beverage by a green-complexioned goddess and in the upper right corner a form of Mahakala appers.

Another form of Mahakala, Six Arms Mahakala Also known As vighantaka. This Thanka Painting is painted, using natural herbs colour.

Green Tara :This is very simple Green Tara Thanka.

Ratnasambhava is a Dhayani (meditation) Buddha. This is a Newari Arts Thanka. if you like this style thanka we also have another Dhyani Buddha Vairochana Thanka This thanka is framed, so Pictures is not so detail .but still you can Click image to inlarge .
Oh! This a Silver Garuda for Wall hanging. It's not a Thanka But workmanship is very well done and hand carved

Vajrakilaya Thanka

Another twelve Arms Dancing Ganesha

Thousand arms Avalokiteshwor. Herbs Colour Thanka Framed. (Thanka can be sold without Frame )

several Thanka For display.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

BOUDDHANATH STUPA : Panographie View

Hi Friends ,
Today I am going to share some panographies picture from famous Buddhist Stupa called Bauddhanath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. If you remember I Posted several panographie Pictures in the post Let me show you Mountain panographies (360 degree imaging) and Do You like To See Lumbini Birth Place of Lord Buddha ? panographies (360 degree imaging) . If You have not read those post plz read too. (Bouddhanath Stupa Panographies Link Is Below.Plz Follow)
Boudhanath Stupa (also spelled Bodnath Stupa) is the largest stupa in Nepal. The center of Tibetan culture in Kathmandu, it is rich in Buddhist symbolism and sacred importance. The stupa is located in the town of Boudha on the eastern outskirts of Kathmandu.

Panographies are wide-angle pictures composed of several individual photos manually stitched together. When these component photos are assembled, they give the impression one would get standing in one place, looking around and unconsciously putting the pictures together in one's head.
So To See Bouddhanath Stupa In Panographies Plz Follow This Link Bouddhanath Stupa .(Click Back button To Comeback This Page again). After Page Open Click On The image , then turn your mouse Left, right or up and Down. hope You like it.

If you like to make panographies Image follow This Link Make Panographies from your Camera.

Saturday, November 17, 2007


Hello Friends ,Today We am Going to Invite you For Tibetan Thankas And Artifacts Exhibition at MBK,Ground fl. In front Of KFC. Arts Gallery is holding the "TIBETAN THANKA" fair featuring a display of more than 150 collections of the famous Tibetan and Newari Thanka Paintings, Statues, Ritual Objects, Silver rings , pendents etc. Exhibition Start From Today 17 Nov till 26 Nov.(About 10 days)

In Exhibition mostely Thanka Paintings, are Mandala, Wheel of life ,Buddha life story, many Ganesha Thanka (newari puwva) ,Avalokiteshwor With 1000 Arms ,And Many More. All an exhibition detailing the background, legends and how to properly pay respect to these Thanka. You can see How Tibetan people worship Thanka and Etc.
Exhibition held in front of KFC Ground fl. at MBK Shopping Mall . So yesterday we went to setup a exhibition Spot. So i took some Pictures Of Exhibition. I would Like To take Picture all of Them But Time Went So fast When We setup our exhibhition spot It was already 2 a.m in The Morning. So i Took only few picture , I will try to Take Another Picture while I Will be there again. If you are a fan of "TIBETAN AND NEPALESE ARTS " You Must Visit This Exhibition . So Hurry Up!! Because It's Only For 10 Days .

Venue :MBK Ground fl.(Infront of KFC) Date : 17-25, Nov 2007 .

Friday, November 16, 2007

KWANYIN Bodhisatwa of compassion

Kuan Yin (also spelled Guan Yin, Kwan Yin) is the bodhisatwa of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means "Observing the Sounds of the World".
In Japanese, Kuan Yin is called Kannon or more formally Kanzeon; the spelling Kwannon, resulting from an obsolete system of romanization, is sometimes seen. In Korean, she is called Kwan-um or Kwan-se-um. In Vietnamese, she is called Quan Âm .

Kuan Yin is the Chinese name for the bodhisatwa Avalokiteshwor. However, folk traditions in China and other East Asian countries have added many distinctive characteristics and legends. Most notably, while Avalokiteshwor can be depicted as either male or female, Kuan Yin is usually depicted as a woman, whereas Avalokiteshwor in other countries is usually depicted as a man.
Along with Buddhism, Kuan Yin's veneration was introduced into China as early as the 1st century CE, and reached Japan by way of Korea soon after Buddhism was first introduced into the country from the mid-7th century.

Representations of the bodhisattva in China prior to the Song Dynasty (960-1279) were masculine in appearance. Images which later displayed attributes of both genders are believed to be in accordance with the Lotus Sutra, where Avalokitesvara has the supernatural power of assuming any form required to relieve suffering and also has the power to grant children. Because this bodhisattva is considered the personification of compassion and kindness, a mother-goddess and patron of mothers and seamen, the representation in China was further interpreted in an all female form around the 12th century. In the modern period, Kuan Yin is most often represented as a beautiful, white-robed woman, a depiction which derives from the earlier Pandaravasini form.

Why Avalokiteshwor have 1000 arms?
One Buddhist legend presents Avalokitesvara as vowing to never rest until he had freed all sentient beings from samsara. Despite strenuous effort, he realized that still many unhappy beings were yet to be saved. After comprehending the great demand, he became overwhelmed and his head split into thousands of pieces.
Later, Buddha Amitava assembled him back together again. With eleven heads gazing to the front and sides, Avalokiteshvara possesses the unique gift to see everywhere at once and reach out to the needy.
A character known as Kuan Yin is also mentioned in the Book of Lie Zi as a Taoist sage, but it is unclear if this refers to the Kuan Yin later venerated as a bodhisattva.
In China, it is said that fishermen used to pray to her to ensure safe voyages. The titles 'Kuan Yin of the Southern Ocean' and 'Kuan Yin (of/on) the Island' stem from this tradition.

Another story, possibly Taoist in origin, describes Kuan Yin as the daughter of a cruel father who wanted her to marry a wealthy but uncaring man. She begged to be able to enter a temple and become a nun instead. Her father allowed her to work in the temple, but asked the monks to give her very hard chores in order to discourage her. The monks forced Kuan Yin to work all day and all night, while others slept, in order to finish her work. However, she was such a good person that the animals living around the temple began to help her with her chores. Her father, seeing this, became so frustrated that he attempted to burn down the temple. Kuan Yin put out the fire with her bare hands and suffered no burns. Now struck with fear, her father ordered her to be put to death. After she died she was made into a goddess for all of her kindness and began her journey to heaven. She was about to cross over into heaven when she heard a cry of suffering back on earth. She asked to be sent back and vowed to stay until all suffering had ended.

One version of this legend states that, at the point of Kuan Yin's father's execution of her, a supernatural tiger took Kuan Yin to one of the more hell-like realms of the dead. However, instead of being punished by demons like the other inmates, Kuan Yin played music and flowers blossomed around her. This managed to completely surprise the head demon. The story says that Kuan Yin, by being in that hell, turned it into a paradise.
Due to her symbolising compassion, in East Asia Kuan Yin is associated with vegetarianism. Chinese vegetarian restaurants are generally decorated with her image, and she appears in most Buddhist vegetarian pamphlets and magazines.

Story From Religion of Facts

Christmas in Spain

So it’s Christmas Time, we can say it holiday seasons, time to meets friends and family and Exchange Christmas and happy New Year gift and only enjoy. Most of us take long holiday to travel or visiting our family and friends. But some people might like to use this season holiday for Travel in many different city.

I like Spain; I always like to see Tappas, bullfighting and Spain’s beautiful Architecture. Birth place of great painter Picasso and many more attractions, we can find in Spain. When we are talking about traveling in Spain; we should try to collect more information about Spain and the living and accommodation in Spain, where we want to go etc. For this we can simple check out many things in the following website http://www.cheaperthanhotels.co.uk

Spain’s attractions: Tappas, bullfighting, architecture hotels in spain Barcelona attractions: La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's architecture, Zoo in Parc Ciutadella, Birthplace of Picasso. Visit Font magica. Three Kings Parade.

For more info go to: http://www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com/en/activities/things-to-do-barcelona.html

One can find cheaper hotels ranging from Euro 20 and upwards and this wholly depends on one’s need and budget. The facilities and foods too depend on how much you want to spend. If you are looking for 5 star luxuries definitely you have to go and spend a lot in some 5 star hotels. Meanwhile, before you go, start planning and the following website will definitely help one to make his plan and make things easier.

Some must visit places in Barcelona are:
Palau de la Música Catalana
Barcelona Cathedral
Magic fountains of Montjuich

Visit hotels in barcelona for more Information
Malaga attractions: Picasso museum, Caves of Nerja, Festival de Malaga and Semana Santa.
For more info go to:

Hotels in MalagaPalma attractions: Drach Caves and the largest underground Lake Martel lake Cathedrals and marine parks.
For more info, see:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/5cc4e/3f382/4/hotels in palma

Bull Fighting in Spain

The tradition, as it is practiced today, involves professional performers (in Spanish toreros or matadores, in Portuguese toureiros) who execute various formal moves with the goal of appearing graceful and confident, while masterful over the bull itself. Such maneuvers are performed at close range, and conclude with the death of the bull by a well-placed sword thrust as the finale. In Portugal the finale consists of a tradition called the pega, where men (Forcados) are dressed in a traditional costume of damask or velvet, with long knit hats as worn by the famous Ribatejo campinos (bull headers).
However, in my opinion, I don’t like bull fighting. It’s simply killing innocent animals for fun. It’s against nature and its laws. but, many people like it.

Meaning Of Buddha Eyes

Swayembhu Nath Stupa Kathmandu, Nepal
Swayembhu Nath Stupa Kathmandu, Nepal

Every stupa (Buddhist shrine) in Nepal, there are pairs of eyes staring out from the four sides of the main tower.The mysterious eyes, painted on all four sides of the stupa's spire, represent the eyes of the Buddha and face the four cardinal directions--east, west, north, and south.

BUDDHA FACEThese are called the Buddha Eyes (also known as Wisdom Eyes), and they look out in the four directions to symbolize the omniscience (all-seeing) of a Buddha.

Between the Buddha's eyes where the nose would be is a curly symbol that looks like question mark.
This is the Nepali character for the number 1, which symbolizes unity of all the things as well as the one way to reach enlightenment—through the Buddha's teachings.
Circle above Buddha eye is the third eye (Tri-netra), symbolizing the all-seeing wisdom of the Buddha.

The Buddha eyes are so prevalent throughout the country that they have become a symbol of Nepal itself (Left picture is Sign for Our Gallery). We can find many handicraft symbolizing Buddha Eyes. ie:Pendents, Thanka paintings, rings, wood carvings etc.
Below is some pendent of the Buddha eye, every coin has two part, in the other part of this pendent is sometime Double dorje and Tibetan "Om" and some pendents got Ying Yang or (Yab yum), also diferent symbols like Sun and Stars or Mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Richard Gere honors by *Marian Anderson Award*

Mayor John F. Street announced today that the critically
acclaimed Award-winning actor and human rights activist Hollywood Star Richard Gere on Monday became the 2007 recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, which honors artists whose leadership benefits humanity.

Richard Gere, 58, was chosen because of his philanthropy and advocacy on behalf of independence for Tibet and better care for HIV/AIDS patients, accepted the award and its accompanying $100,000 honorarium at a Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts gala.
"I'm not worthy of this award in any way whatsoever," Gere said. "I can't tell you how this makes me feel. My heart is so wide open."

The award presenters lauded Gere for taking on the dual role of artist and activist before it became fashionable among the Hollywood set, lending his fame and finances to significant global issues.

Gere told the audience that Anderson paved the way for artists to follow her and urged others to adopt her traits.
"I think that is what we are here for, to make the road easier for those who follow us," said Gere, who was joined by his parents and wife, actress Carrie Lowell, along with his co-star in three films, actress Diane Lane.

The night's program included performances by The Philadelphia Orchestra and Philly native Patti LaBelle.

Gere, a longtime Buddhist, first visited Nepal in 1978, a year after his breakthrough film role in Looking for Mr. Goodbar. An ardent supporter for a Tibet free of Chinese rule ever since, he is co-founder of the Tibet House and board chairman of the International Campaign for Tibet.
He also has sponsored the Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader, on two U.S. trips, with a third planned.

As an AIDS awareness advocate for 25 years, he established Healing the Divide, a public charity for improving medical care for HIV/AIDS patients, and a philanthropic foundation bearing his name provides assistance to humanitarian organizations.

Richard Gere emerged very quickly as a lead actor of unique power in a film career
which now spans more than 30 years and includes over 40 films. At the beginning of his career
he established himself as a screen presence in Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), following that
with his performance in the cinematic masterpiece Days of Heaven (1978). These movies
preceded additional iconic roles in films that grew to include American Gigolo (1980), An Officer
and A Gentleman (1982), Pretty Woman (1990), and Unfaithful and Chicago (2002). His latest
film, Hoax (2007), has drawn broad critical acclaim.

Richard Gere got in trouble in April when he embraced and kissed Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty on her cheek at a public AIDS awareness event in New Delhi, prompting Hindu hard-liners to allege the pair violated India's strict anti-obscenity laws. He apologized but said the controversy was manufactured by a small hard-line political party.

The annual award is named after legendary contralto and Philadelphia native Marian Anderson.
By the mid-1930s, Anderson was an international opera sensation but faced segregation in her own country. Public furor erupted when she was not permitted to perform at Washington's Constitution Hall in 1939, and 75,000 people attended a free concert held instead on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

Weeks later she became the first black performer in the White House, at the invitation of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Anderson became the first black soloist at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1955, sang at the inaugurations of presidents Kennedy and Eisenhower and received the Medal of Freedom in 1963. She won the United Nations Peace Prize for her work as a U.N. delegate.
Anderson died in 1993 at the age of 96.

Previous recipients of the Marian Anderson Award include Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Gregory Peck, Elizabeth Taylor, Quincy Jones, Danny Glover, Oprah Winfrey, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.
So Congratulation Mr.Richard Gere for Achivement.
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Sunday, November 11, 2007

Statue Making In Nepal

Hello Dear friends, today I am going to share Some Videos About Statue Making which i found on YouTube. These are very useful videos to get some ideas about how to make Lost wax Statues. From begining to the end. It's very hard work to made lost wax statues and it's need lots of passion to get 1 good statues . it's take long time to finish . Many people are working together for a single statues . I would like to say Thanks for MR. billyhelga (You Tube user name ) for His great job .

Prepare for statue making : first step is making a wax model , so first video is about making statue model of wax by Softening pieces of wax over a brazier.In this Video they are making a model of Statue with Wax.

In 2nd video you will see the wax model is covered with mixture of special clay and cow's dung.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Saying Of H.H. Dalai Lama

Dalai Lamas are the spiritual and political leaders of the Tibetan nation since the time of the Great Fifth Dalai Lama, Lobsang Gyatso. In fact, the title ‘Dalai Lama’ was conferred upon Sonam Gyatso– who happened to be the third in the line of incarnations of Avalokiteshvara, or Chenrezig in Tibetan, the Buddha of Compassion in the persons of the Dalai Lamas– by the Mongolian Emperor Altan Khan in the sixteenth century. Present Dalai Lama is 14th in roll.

"Every day, think as you wake up, today I am fortunate to be alive,
I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all my
energies to develop myself, to expand my heart out to others to achieve
enlightenment for the benefit of all beings. I am going to have kind thoughts towards others, I am not going to get angry or think badly about others. I am going to benefit others as much as I can."
- His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama

Some Information about Fourteenth Dalai Lama TENZIN GYALTSO
His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, was born on July 6, 1935 at Tak-Tse of Doemey Province in Tibet. He is the spiritual and temporal leader of the Tibetan people.
Unlike leaders of the other countries, he does not achieve his position by succession, election, appointment, or force. Considered to be the fourteenth successive manifestation of the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitescvara, he was chosen according to a series of signs, divination's, and tests that unquestionably verified him to be the reincarnation of his predecessor.
Please Visit official website of the Office of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. H.H. Dalai Lama

Monday, November 5, 2007

Honey Hunters Of Nepal DVD

Twice a year, Gurung tribesmen of west-central Nepal enter the jungle in search of honey. Eric Valli and Diane Summers, freelance photojournalists, lived with the honey hunters for eight months and here document this ancient tradition.

They tell of the band of nine honey hunters, led by the 63-year-old Mani Lal whose responsibility is unique: he alone descends a bamboo ladder hundreds of feet down sheer rock faces to find the hives of giant black bees nestled on the cliff walls.

Once he discovers a nestwhich may be as large as four by six feet, he drives the bees out with smoke, and then, still suspended by the ladder over the cliff face, dislodges the hive with bamboo poles. The hive is then lowered via pulleys to the other hunters waiting below, and Mani Lal climbs on to locate another nest. recommend visit inside to see DVD and Cd about Buddhism CATALOG
This documentary DVD Include every aspect of the honey hunt; also included are portraits of the Gurung and, somewhat incongruously, pictures of hunters trapping more conventional prey antelope, deer and wolves. The Documentary, though often beautiful, are more fascinating as anthropology than as individual works of art.

Until the publication of this film, the universe of the honey hunters was totally unknown to rest of the world. now for the first time their lives are captured in film unprecedented monentes and breath taking scenes of there life.

Now this DVD is available in our all Arts Gallery branches Silom Complex 3rd fl , Central world Plaza 6th fl.
Also Available New DVD and CD About Buddhism

All recommended DVD and Cd are link to AMAZON.COM So You Can Buy from AMAZON site. Amazon is Very good Source for Music And books On Any title . Costumers from Thailand can visit and buy at our Dharma Shop Arts Gallery ( at all Branches)
Price DVD = 350 BHAT , CD = 250 Only. FOR MORE DVD VISIT ARTS GALLERY (get special Discounts when you buy more then 5 CD and Dvd)


Here are some new Stupa pictures, which is just arrived at our Dharma Store. Stupa is a symbol of enlightened mind, (the awakened mind, universal divinity) and the path to its realisation. These Stupa are Perfect for your Alter to pray.
Typical Design STUPA Made of Copper ,lost wax Process. height 11' inches

STUPA , The Tibetan word is Chorten, which means "the basis of offering". It is a symbol of enlightened mind, (the awakened mind, universal divinity) and the path to its realisation.
If you had to use just two words, the best definition I have seen is "Spiritual Monument". The stupa represents the Buddha's body, his speech and his mind, but most especially his mind and every part shows the path to Enlightenment.

During our travel to Nepal , some time we find some intresting stuff, among them is this beautiful copper hand made STUPA which you can use as Incense burner. This Stupa can be open. There is a place for burning incense. This stupa is hand made and very well done. On the top of The Stupa there is a small window where you can see small image of Buddha.

Meaning of Dharma Dhatu Left pictres is Dharma Dhatu.

READ more about WHAT IS STUPA ?

Saturday, November 3, 2007


Dharmadhatu is the Realm of Truth, in which all things exist as they really are. Dharmadhatu is combination of two Sanskrit words Dharma and Dhatu. Here Dharma dosen’t mean religion as it is generally understood. It refers to ‘phenomena’ and Dhatu refers to ‘the expanse’. Thus dharmadhatu together means “the expanse of phenomena” which is ‘emptiness’ or Sunyata in Sanskrit. Dharmadhatu is also known as JanaGarbha or womb of knowledge.

In dependence on eye and form Unstained appearances appear Since these neither
arise nor cease They are the dharmadhatu, though they Are imagined to be
otherwise .

It is also the nature of mind which lies beyond arising, dwelling and ceasing therefore it is synonym of PEACE according to Buddhist epistemology. Dharmadhatu is also referred as the Dharmakaya or "body of Dharma" of that being. The Dharmakaya is the Body of the Law, or the absolute Buddha nature.

Thus we see that understanding the notion of Dharmadhatu plays an essential role in successful quest for Buddhahood. In order to attain Buddhahood we need to comprehend correctly and thoroughly the full significance of "Dharmadhatu." or dispelled, the slumber of ignorance recognizes the dharmadhatu and cultivates unbound love to all sentient beings. Buddha has taught “hatred is never quelled by hatred, it is quelled by love”.

Dharma Dhatu Is Very important in All Buddhism. Worship Dharmadhatu Is Like Worship All the Buddha And Bodhisattva's .

For More Study Plz Visit DHARMA DHATU at angelfire.
Dharmadhatu in this post is made of copper and about 7 inches in height, made by lost wax Process. If you like to know what is lost wax Process I will show you some Picture, making Buddha statue using Lost Wax process. Lost wax process is the traditional method of making statues in Nepal.

Ani Choying Drolma - Seven Line Guru Rinpoche Prayer

(If you have slow Internet connection Tips to watch video is after press play button, pause the video for a while to let video streaming then push the play again. Enjoy)
Read about The Vajra Seven-Line Prayer to Guru Rimpoche

Forms of Avalokiteshwor

Avalokitesvara Literally: avalokita Means [looking on], and isvara means [lord] so When We Combined these words Together 'The lord who looks in every direction'. [Tib. spyan-ras-gzigs (chan-gragi) ], Colour: white , Mudra(gesture) : namaskara [prayer] , Mantra: Om mani padme hum! , Avlokiteshwor's Symbols: mala[rosary] ,Vija mantra [seed Mantra]: Hri Padma [lotus] and Dhyani-Buddha: Amitabha

'Once upon a time, Amitabha (Picture on the left Click Image to See detail), the fourth Dhyani-Buddha and Buddha of Infinite Light, after giving himself up to earnest meditation, caused a white ray of light to issue from his right eye, which brought Avalokitesvara into existence'. Amitabha blessed him, whereupon the Bodhisattva brought forth the prayer: Om mani padme hum Thus Avalokitesvara is regarded as spiritual son of Dhyani-Buddha Amitabha.

One Buddhist legend presents Avalokitesvara as vowing to never rest until he had freed all sentient beings from samsara. Despite strenuous effort, he realized that still many unhappy beings were yet to be saved. After comprehending the great demand, he became overwhelmed and his head split into thousands of pieces. Fortunately, Amitava Buddha ( Read Dhyani Buddha Amitabha ) assembled him back together again. With eleven heads gazing to the front and sides, Avalokiteshvara possesses the unique gift to see everywhere at once and reach out to the needy.STORY OF 1,000 ARMS AVLOKITESHWOR

As the personification of power, the all-pitying one, he is the most popular divinity in the Mahayana (great vehicle) pantheon and is subject of much veneration in Nepal, Tibet and China.
Avalokitesvara is in reality a kind of pope 'existing eternally in the heavens as a vicar of one of the Buddhas of present age, but delegating his functions to a succession of earthly popes in whom he is perpetually incarnated and reincarnated, while at the same time preserving his personality in his own heaven.

Buddhist legend claims that Bodhisatwa Avalokiteshwor manifested in 108 forms on earth for saving humankind, and as a human Avalokiteshwor re-incarnates in every successive Dalai Lama. Here are Some forms of Avlokiteshwor in lost wax Process Statues , with full body Gilt . plz Also read Avlokiteshwor in Thai Langauge .

Thousand Arms Avlokiteshwor is another famous form (click left picture to see detail of the statue. ), he has thousand arms with thousand eyes in his each hand. Also known as Bodhisatwa of Compassion. He used to had only two hand and two eyes like other bodhisatwa. So how did Bodhisatva Avlokiteshwor got 1000 arms and 1000 eyes ? Read full story Visit STORY OF 1,000 ARMS AVLOKITESHWOR. Click pictures to view large size .

Mantra of Avalokiteshvara: Short Mantra" OM MANI PADME HUM ",[tibet: "OM MANI PEME HUNG"]

Long : Mantra of Avalokiteshwor