"Om mani padme hum hrih!"
Avalokiteshvara, Ekadashamukha (Tibetan: chen re zi, shal chu chig. English: the Eleven Faced Lord Gazing on the World): with emanations appearing in each of the six realms of existence.
Peaceful in appearance, white in colour, he has eleven faces and eight hands. The main face is white, right green and left red. The upper faces are in two rows of red, green and white and then white, red and green. Above that is a dark wrathful face topped with the red peaceful head of Amitabha. The two main hands are clasped at the heart. The upper right hand holds a crystal mala, second a golden Dharma wheel and the lower hand performs the mudra of generosity. The upper left hand holds a pink lotus flower, second a vase and the lower a bow and arrow. Each face is adorned with a crown and earrings. The body is further decorated with necklaces, bracelets and silks of various colours.