- This extra-large hand-painted thangka or thanka painting of Avalokiteshvara is the personification of all the compassion experienced by beings, both enlightened and those striving for enlightenment.
- He is depicted here with his 1000 arms, each with an eye on the center of the palm.
- He has eleven heads, ten are peaceful, signifying that generally, he demonstrates his compassion through peaceful deeds, while one is wrathful, representing that sometimes compassion is manifested through coercive and violent means.
- His outstretched arms represent his great desire to reach out to the beings wandering in samsara, while the eyes on each hand represent his perfect clarity and wisdom.
Height – 127 cm
Width – 82 cm