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Lord of the World, Lokeshvara. 1) Avalokiteshvara. 2) Shiva [RY]

Lokeshvara. 'Lord of the World', a title of the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara [RY]

Lokeshvara, the lord/ protector of the world *, Avalokiteshvara, Dalai Lama [IW]

Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of compassion, also manifested as one of the eight Bodhisattvas, "sons close to the Buddha's heart" (thugs kyi nye ba'i sras brgyad) [RY]

Avalokiteshvara, epithet of Dalai Lama. Syn spyan ras gzigs Lokeshvara, the Lord of the World; Lokeshvara [RY]

name of avalokiteshvara, lokeshvara, master of the world, Mighty Lord of the World [JV]

<lokeshvara> the lord/ protector of the world; 1) Avalokiteshvara 2) Bhram Indra etc. 3) dalai lama, 4) of whom Karmapa is an incarnation] [IW]

1) Lokeśvara, Mighty Master of the Universe (epithet for Avalokiteśvara); 2) (Padmapāṇi) Lokeśvara, Mighty Master of the Universe (a particular meditation form of Avalokiteśvara, in which he is white, standing, and has two arms); 3) Lokeśvara, part of the name of many of the 108 forms of Avalokiteśvara [Erick Tsiknopoulos]