Avalokiteshvara is known as Chenrezig and is regarded as a bodhisattva of compassion. The Tibetan word "chen" means "great" or "supreme," and "rezig" means "compassion." Chenrezig embodies the compassionate qualities of all enlightened beings and is revered as a central figure in Tibetan Buddhist practice.


Amitayus, also known as Amitbha or Amida Buddha, is a Mahayana Buddhist character connected to stoicism and the practice of Pure Land Buddhism. The word "Amitayus" is translated as "Infinite Life" or "Boundless Life."


A significant figure in Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism, Manjushri is also spelled as  Manjushree or Manjusri. He is venerated for his wisdom, intelligence, and capacity to use the sword of wisdom to slay ignorance and is known as the bodhisattva of wisdom.


In East Asian Buddhism, Ksitigarbha, also known as Jizo Bosatsu, is a cherished bodhisattva. He makes a promise to lessen suffering, particularly in hell and the afterlife. He is portrayed as a monk with a staff and a diamond, offering wisdom and compassion. Additionally, Ksitigarbha assists and protects kids who are struggling or who pass away too soon.