How Mayajalakrama Lokeshvara is represented?

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      Mayajalakrama Lokeshvara is represented by five faces and twelve arms. He is one of the manifestations of Avalokitesvara.

      The head on the top probably represents Amitabha. He stands in the Alidha attitude and wears the tiger-skin and the garland of heads, but his faces do not present a fearful appearance.

      The six right hands carry the Tridandi, the Khatvahga, the jewel, the Khadga, the Vajra and the rosary, and the six left show the noose, the Kapala, the Utpala, the fruit, the Cakra and the lotus.

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