|LC control no.||n 2017054713
|Personal name heading||Avalokiteśvara (Buddhist deity)
|Variant(s)||Aryāvalokiteśvara (Buddhist deity)
Guanyin (Buddhist deity)
Kannon (Buddhist deity)
Kuan-yin (Buddhist deity)
Kun Iam (Buddhist deity)
Zhanraĭsig (Buddhist deity)
Arʹi︠a︡abal (Buddhist deity)
|See also||Miaoshan (Legendary character)
|Found in||Work cat.: Kannon Bosatsu, 1981.
Britannica 14 (Avalokiteśvara, Kannon, Kuan-yin)
Old catalog heading (Avakokitesv́ara)
CEKI, Centro Ecuménico Kun Iam, Macau, 1999.
Guanyin, 2004: t.p. (Guanyin) p. 1 (Avalokiteśvara, called Guanyin in China)
Ėnėrėn nigu̇u̇lsėgch Zhanraĭsig burkhany t︠s︡adig tu̇u̇kh orshvoĭ, 2008.
Ancient History encyclopedia, viewed June 13, 2019: Most Popular Gods & Goddesses of Ancient China (Guanyin; goddess of mercy and compassion who became the patron of sailors and fishermen; originally a deity in India known as Avalokitesvara whose name means "One Who Gazes Down Upon the World and Hears the Cries of the People"; incarnated as the maiden Miaoshan in order to experience life as a human being)
Mi︠a︡ngan mutart Ari︠a︡bal Burkhany t︠s︡ȯvu̇u̇n t︠s︡agiĭn zovlongoos avran Burkhany khutagt khu̇rgėkh bi︠a︡salgal, bu̇tėėliĭn uvdis, 2009.
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