RFM6HA5X–This illustration dates to around 1898 and shows the Trimurti. In Hinduism, the Trimurti represent the supreme divinity. This triad of deities usually is as follows: Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is the preserver, and Shiva is the destroyer.
RMA2W1R2–Brahma Hindu God
RMHRHCP0–Brahma, Hindu God
RMD98WRR–Brahma Sculpture from the 11th - 12th century. Gwalior, India
RMFJD3BR–Brahma statue, jinalaya temple, lakkundi, Karnataka, india, asia
RMBK7G6G–Brahma, Nanpaya temple, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
RFGKM7WD–The Trimurti or Hindu Trinity; Brahma; Vishnu; Shiva, antique print 1840
RMCXTEGN–Standing Brahma Angkor Wat Khmer style of the Bakheng 10th century Cambodia Cambodian Stone
RM2AG8R9F–Hinud Art From Ramayana including Lord Brahma riding his vehicle (vahana) a white Swan (Hamsa)
RMDC854J–Hindu god Brahma, Painted mural on the buildings located on the banks of the Ganges River - Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
RMCXRNF2–Brahma, Hindu deity, India, engraving, London
RFKJK08Y–Brahma statue in Wat Chai Mongkhon, Chiang Mai. Thailand.
RMKCD700–범천왕을 중심으로 한 신중도 조선, 神衆圖 朝鮮, Brahma with attendants and musicians, Unidentified Artist, late 16th century
RMB39GED–Trimurti Brahma , Vishnu and Shiva , the Supreme Being statue , Singapore , South East Asia
RFA240A9–Brahma steals Krishna's cows. Mewar, Rajasthan, India. Dated: 1710 A.D.
RMPKD8FP–Statue of Brahma, Candi Brahma, Prambanan temple complex, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia
RMA0RY5K–Statue of Brahma Erawan Phum
RME1A5PR–Rock carving of Brahma,Shiva,Vishnu, upper terrace, Wat Phu temple
RFD7WF2J–Sculpture of the hindu god Brahma in a cenotaph ( India)
RMAYJ9XB–The Creator Indian God Brahma
RMABJPJ8–Stone statue four faced of Hindu creator god Brahma
RMD98WRM–Brahma Sculpture from the 11th - 12th century. Gwalior, India
RMCE8PRE–Ram Darbar with Gods Shiva Parwati Ganesh Brahma Hanuman Sita Lakshman , Miniature Painting on Paper , India
RMDEPBAY–Brahma, Siva and Vishnu sculptures in Kailasanatha temple in kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu. The temple was built by Pallava King
RMB5W8B1–Garuda carrier of Lord Vishnu. Wood & glass Tamilnadu 19th c. National Museum of New Delhi India 70.51 150 x 110 cm
RMD44CHW–Brahma ceiling slab from Huchchappaiyya gudi temple Aihole Bijapur District Karnataka 7th century AD India Hindu
RMA68WP7–statue of Lord Brahma Hindu God
RMAJ7TX5–Brahma, first god of the Hindu trinity (trimurti), and creator of the universe, c19th century. Artist: A Geringer
RFAMPN29–Sculpture of Brahma Gokarna Mahadev Temple Kathmandu Nepal
RMAN1XN1–Thailand, Bangkok, Statue of the Four Headed Image of Brahma or Phra Phrom at the Erawan Shrine
RMB1KA2C–Mural showing Shiva burning off the fifth head of Brahma , Arunachaleswara Temple , Tiruvanamalai , Tamil Nadu , India
RMMW8FW3–96 Brahma 1820
RFW4C5HB–lord Brahma india culture holy god illustration
RMA0X8YM–India Rajasthan Pushkar Brahma temple Pilgrimage site for followers of the Hindu God of Creation group of pilgrims sitting at en
RM2BDXYH7–Brahma, Hindu God
RMA2W2MA–Rama Sita Hanuman Shiva Brahma and Ganesh Hindu Gods
RMABJPGF–Stone statue four faced of Hindu creator god Brahma
RMD96266–The Hindu Trinity (Trimurti): left to right; Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Engraving circa 1880.
RMAP2K32–Art Mythology Painting of Indian Goddess Saraswati with musical instrument Veena and peacock consort of Lord Brahma India Asia
RFDGFANW–Statue of Indian god Brahma. Rishikesh. Uttaranchal. India.
RMMKM9EF–Herdsman and Brahma Cow
RMAB3JHE–Brahma XI c Maddhya Pradesh Rasjastan India
RMG37YYD–Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
RM2GXNE7F–Brahmā with four heads and four arms
RFA92HRJ–Sculpture of Brahma Gokarna Mahadev Temple Kathmandu Nepal
RME1M25T–Statue in Lakshman temple, Rishikesh : Brahma (hands holding the Vedas, Gita & Purana)
RMBTF1W0–Statue of Brahma at Iskon Temple, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, India.
RM2A601D3–Brahma (the Hindu creator god) depicted with 4 faces, together with his consort Sarasvati the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and arts. 19th century illustration.
RMB1KA27–Mural of the Hindu God Brahma with four heads on the ceiling of the Arunachaleswara Temple , Tiruvanamalai , Tamil Nadu , India
RFM7GRAT–This illustration dates to around 1898 and shows the Hindu deity Brahma with Saraswati. In Hinduism, the Trimurti represent the supreme divinity. This triad of deities usually is as follows: Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is the preserver, and Shiva is the destroyer. The goddess Saraswati is the wife of Brahma.
RF2B1D60G–lord Brahma holy Rama and Shiva hinduism spiritual illustration
RFA0X8TJ–India Rajasthan Pushkar On the bank of the sacred lake where a lotus thrown by Brahma landed close up of a little statue of Durg
RMHRHCP6–Brahma, Hindu God
RFD7715G–Brahma and Saraswati, Hindu gods, India, woodcut from 1880
RMARNMFE–Vishnu Brahma & Om Symbol Shiva Krishna & Rama Hindu Gods
RMA00ET4–Brahma colorful statue in Hindu temple Varanasi Uttar Pradesh India
RMD961RT–Brahma, Hindu 'Absolute', receiving an offering. Brahma first in the Hindu divine triad, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. After 18th century Indian miniature.
RMFY3DA8–Hindu gods including Trimurti, Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World, Florence, Italy, 1844.
RM2JFHJHT–The Three Chief Hindu Gods - Brahma, Vishnu, Siva
RMR93HGR–Brahma Temple, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India
RMB1PE2E–Brahma India Tamil Nadu Chola Dynasty AD 1110 1150 Brahman creation
RMG38B69–Three aspects of Brahma together with Om
RM2GXNHE0–Brahmā kneels in front of Bhairava
RMAGB45K–Women in colourful saris at one of the few Brahma temples Pushkar India
RM2B01A3D–Cambodia: Triple head of Brahma from Phnom Bok, Siem Reap, now in the Musée Guimet, Paris, 9th-10th century. Phnom Bok is a hill in the northeast of the East Baray in Cambodia, with a prasat (temple) of the same name built on it. It is one of a 'trilogy of mountains', each of which has a temple with similar layout. The creation of the temple is credited to the reign of Yasovarman I (889–910) between the 9th and 10th centuries and was established after he moved his capital to Angkor and named it Yasodharapura. The two other sister temples are Phnom Bakheng and Phnom Krom.
RMMPTM05–Vishnu and Lakshmi on the serpent Shesha, with Brahma on the lotus, possibly late 19th century. Artist: Unknown.
RMBK7G67–Brahma, Nanpaya temple, Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), Asia
RMB2DRYC–Trimurti, Brahma Vishnu and Shiva, the Hindu trinity depicted on the ceiling of a Hindu temple, India
RFT2HR86–Brahma as the four-faced Buddha
RFDFGKM1–Close up of a Brahma Rooster against white background
RMG15E71–Brahma is the Hindu god (deva) of creation and one of the Trimurti, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. According to the Brahma Purana, he is the father of Manu, and from Manu all human beings are descended. In the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, he is often
RFD7715P–Brahma and Saraswati, Hindu gods, India, woodcut from 1880
RMDF0CWM–Delhi India Birla Temple (Laxminarayan Mandir) Trimurti Brahma Vishnu & Indra
RM2BW0HWK–dh Promthep Cape Phra Prom Area PHUKET THAILAND ASIA Hindu shrine Elephant statues at Brahma hinduism elephants ornaments
RMG2MX0W–Seated Brahma 19th Century A.D. Four-headed Hindu god of Creation.
RME0M178–Jan. 09, 1953 - Cat Show Opens In Paris: Brahma of Maldapolr (inside the little House) and boddha of Maldapopur, two fine specimens of Burma cats seen at the annual cat show now being held in Paris.
RMFB68E5–The birth of Brahma, springing from a lotus issuing from Vishnu
RMF3GMR0–Brahma Kamals in garden
RMC0BN5T–Brahma India Tamil Nadu Chola Dynasty AD 1110 1150 Brahman creation
RMG38B62–Vishnu (left) and Brahma (top) make up two aspects of Ishvara (God or Overlord) shown here on the right. Shiva the third aspect of the triad is not pictured.
RM2GXNDEJ–Deity Brahma seated with his consort on his lap
RM2BW27CJ–A half wild Brahma steer lifts all hooves four hoofs off the ground and appears to clear the grandstand in a victorius buck he attempts to unseat the cowpuncher clinging grimly to his knife edge back at a Cheyenne, Wyoming Rodeo 15 July 1937.
RM2B00WY4–India: The Bimaran casket, representing the Buddha surrounded by Brahma (left) and Indra (right) was found inside a stupa with coins of Azes II inside. Photo by World Imaging (CC BY-SA 3.0 License). Azes II (reigned circa 35-12 BCE), may have been the last Indo-Scythian king in northern India. After the death of Azes II, the rule of the Indo-Scythians in northwestern India finally crumbled with the conquest of the Kushans, one of the five tribes of the Yuezhi who had lived in Bactria for more than a century, and who were then expanding into India to create a Kushan Empire.
RMB176EE–Cockeral - Brahma
RMBRBX35–Bronze Brahma cast in Sukhothai in the 14th century, Bangkok National Museum, Thailand
RMANP80J–Brahma bull Brahman a breed of cattle
RFT2H9X3–INDIA. Religion de L'Inde. Brahma; Ganesa; Camadeva 1879 old antique print
RM2G4N0W2–Buff brahma hen in snow
RFDFGKCP–Close up of a Brahma Rooster against white background
RMG15E74–Brahma is the Hindu god (deva) of creation and one of the Trimurti, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. According to the Brahma Purana, he is the father of Manu, and from Manu all human beings are descended. In the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, he is often
RFEH13CD–Brahma and Saraswati, Hindu gods, India, woodcut from 1880
RMAR3P28–Shiva & The Ganges (Ganga) Hindu God Of Life With Cobra Death And Rebirth Brahma Praying & Ganges on his Head
RM2BW0HRF–dh Promthep Cape Phra Prom Area PHUKET THAILAND ASIA Thai woman praying at Brahma hindu shrine hinduism south east asian local people person culture
RMD98TJP–10th Century sculpture of the Hindu God Brahma. Sandstone from Cambodia, Wat Baset (temple)