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In Buddhist tradition, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara vowed to liberate all beings from suffering, but when he realised the magnitude of his task, his head exploded into countless pieces. His body was then reassembled by the Buddha Amitabha and the bodhisattva Vajrapani - the "wielder of the thunderbolt" - into this omniscient form, with eleven heads and a thousand eyes. He is also represented by 4 armed chenrezig or called as kuan yin , guanyin, quan yin.

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