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Parade of Gods

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A Wall Painting from Rural India
Amateur wall art, India
Painting of Lord Vishnu
Deity Laxmi in Mysore School of Art
Lakshmi -- Goddess of Wealth

Goddess Durga
Idol of eight-armed goddess Durga riding a tiger
Goddess Durga
Idol of Lord Vishnu
Four Handed Lord Vishnu
Depicttuion of Vishnu as the Lord of Guruvayur

Surya the Sun God
A sculpture from Karnataka
Sculpture of Surya
Lord Brihaspati
Detail from a temple painting in Malagi village

Five Headed Goddess Lakshmi
Painting from a temple in the village of Malagi
Artist`s Depiction of Kalki
Lord Vishnu as Kalki
A Kavi art mural from Sukkeri

Rama Sorrounded by Sita, Laxman and Hanuman
Tanjore School of Painting
Lord Brahma
Lord Brahma from a Sculptural Textbook
Illustration of Lord Brahma based on a sculptural textbook of Sri Kashyapa Shilpa Shastram (1st Century A.D.)

Kama Shooting the Arrow of Lust
Painting by Rudrakumar Jha shows Kama burning in the fire of passion
Kama, the God of Love

Idol of Goddess Kali

Goddess Saraswati
A painted wooden sculpture from Tamilnadu
Goddess of Learning
Goddess of Wealth
Goddess Laxmi
Goddess Laxmi depicted in a Madhubani folk painting

Vishwarupa of Lord Vishnu
Mysore traditional school of painting by Tippaji, 1857
Totality of Lord Vishnu
Lord of Rains
Varuna, the God of Rains
Intricately carved crocodile sculpture from Halebidu

Rati and Manmatha
A 10th century sculpture from Kalasa town, Shimoga District, Karnataka
Gods of Erotica
Hindu Deity Dattatreya
Three Headed Animal Lover Dattatreya
Painting shows Hindu deity surrounded by animals he loves

Lord Vishnu as Fish (Matsyavatar)
Detail from a Kavi art mural from Rama Mandir temple, Honavar, 2005
Avatars of Vishnu
Jagannath of Puri
Idols of Balarama, Subhadra, and Krishna
Jagannath Temple, Puri

Vishnu as Vamana the Dwarf
Avatars of Vishnu
Union of Shiva and Parvati
Ardhanarishwara -- Half Shiva and Half Parvati


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