On earlier works, standing bodhisattvas usually have pleated cloth dangling at the front and arranged on one side. Most 14th and 15th century standing figures have the ends of their sash dangling on both sides of the body, plus the pointed end of their dhoti at the front. It is generally accepted that Amoghapasha Lokeshvara is the 8-arm form of Avalokiteshvara. However, on the Himalayan Art Resources website Jeff Watts insists on the contrary. At the same time, sculptures of Amoghapasha Lokeshvara are included under the Avalokiteshvara heading.