RMF3FW3D–painting of hindu god vishnu standing on lotus flower and protected by hydra headed snake in ocean
RMDDHMB5–Hindu god Skanda or Murugan, also known as Karttikeya, Subramanya or Kumara with twelve arms and five heads on his mount, the
RMA2W1R2–Brahma Hindu God
RMBG0F8E–Shiva, Hindu God, meditating
RMAD0N44–Standing figure of Ganesh. Tamil Nadu, India, 18th - 19th century.
RFRYJTA8–Sri Mariamman Hindu temple. Hindu God : Narasimha, the fourth avatar of Vishnu. Singapore.
RMB2YYA4–Detail image of Hindu God Garuda
RMAMKHCM–painting of the Hindu God, Lord Krishna
RMMB9B0R–A large statue of the Hindu God Shiva, the god of destruction, at the Tulsi Mandir temple in South Richmond Hill, Queens, New York.
RMEEYNDH–Hindu God Ganesha Hanging Outside a Shop Selling Indian Handicrafts and Art. Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan, Mexico.
RFBBW3Y0–Hindu god idols, handicraft sale in India
RMBGYW6G–Indian boy, face painted as the Hindu god Shiva against a black background. India
RMABHKWA–The Hindu God Krishna seated in a lotus flower
RMEPYPYF–Murugan the Hindu God of war and victory. Massive statue at Batu Cave in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
RFHG5NJK–Painting of Hindu god ‘Ardha Nari Nateshwara’. Bhagavathy Amman Temple, Nemmara, Palakkad, Kerala
RMAG84WG–Shiva shrine, Bhaktapur, Nepal
RMBMAWMY–illustration of Hindu god Shiva
RMCEB6WX–Idol of Hindu god, Ganeha
RMCE6R2T–Hindu God Pig Hog Boar Varah incarnation avtar in Mombasa Kenya Africa
RMDH5TW7–The Hindu god Shiva painted on the wall of a house on the banks of the Ganges River, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
RMA7F4H7–Vishnu Hindu God
RM2BDY3AR–Ganesha, Hindu God
RF2GNR70C–Shiva hindu temple. Picture of Hindu god Vishnu. Dubai. United Arab Emirates.
RMB35M87–Detail image of Hindu God Garuda on Sri Krishna Hindu Temple in Singapore
RMMKMRM3–Hindu God Krishna
RMD98W8N–black polished granite sculpture of the Hindu god Ganesha; Dravidian
RMBPXD41–Hindu God Hanuman or Monkey Gods at Kumbh Mela festival Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India 2010.
RMTXGDP2–Ganida (man-bird avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. 19th century Indian
RMFRRK2J–Bhairava is a frightening form of Shiva, the Hindu god 13th Century Buddhist Singosari (Singhasari) Javanese medieval kingdom (1222–1292 ) Java Indonesia Indonesian
RMBH00HE–Indian boy, face painted as the Hindu god Shiva standing in front of a Bollywood movie poster. Andhra Pradesh, India
RMA1C703–The Hindu God Krishna in a typical pose blowing his flute in the company of a sacred cow
RF2K8H89E–The 1910 caption for this image reads: 'The Death of the Asian god Hanuman. A presentation from the Ramayana. A relief from the Temple at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.' Hanuman is a Hindu god and a divine vanara companion of the god Rama. Hanuman is one of the central characters of the Hindu epic Ramayana. The Ramayana is an ancient Sanskrit epic which follows Prince Rama's quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana with the help of an army of monkeys. It is traditionally attributed to the authorship of the sage Valmiki and dated to around 500 BC to 100 BC
RMB8T25N–Hindu ceiling painting at the Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore
RMFY3DAB–The first six incarnations of the Hindu god Vishnu. 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.
RM2NAR0A5–Vishnu Narasimha, the man lion, 4th avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu. Part-lion, part-man slaying Hiranyakashipu. 19th century illustration of a chariot fragment published 1894
RFE6BYWJ–Mural painting of hindu god Krishna
RMR93G1H–Hindu God on T-shirt
RMPFH246–Statue of Hindu god Ganesh
RMB04FWP–Krishna Playing Flute Hindu God
RMHRKREN–Ganesha, Hindu God
RMG3826N–Hindu God Indra
RFW2H5DY–Hindu god Krishna with his brother Balarama. Watford, U.K.
RMB35M7H–Detail of Hindu god Lord Krishna on a Temple in Singapore
RMF2WRJP–An altar to the Hindu God Ganesha or Ganesh, Reading Hindu Temple, Reading, Berkshire England UK
RMF7NFB8–Ganida (man-bird avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. 19th century Indian
RMBTF1R8–Man acting as the Hindu God Hanuman during the Kumbh Mela festival, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India.
RMHTMJ7B–Hindu god Shiva (Siva). 16th century Chloa bronze representation of Shiva in the dance of creation. Indian.
RMFRRK26–Hindu god Ganesha big elephant sitting on a lotus with four arms 13th-century Singosari Java Indonesia Hindu - Buddhist Singosari (Singhasari) Javanese medieval kingdom (1222–1292 ) Java Indonesia Indonesian ( Ganesha is Shiva’s son, a very popular god in Hinduism )
RMB7HP3Y–Indian Child dressed up as the Hindu God Durga / Kali for a street pageant in the town of Puttaparthi, Andhra Pradesh, India
RFGKM7RP–Oriental Divinities. Indra, the Hindu god of light. Cotama Buddha, print 1840
RM2A925JX–Italy Piedmont Turin - Mazzonis Palace - Mao Museum ( Museo d'Arte Orientale ) - Museum of Oriental art - Ganesha - Hindu God of wisdom, the remover of obstacles . North India - 7th - 8 th centtury A.D.
RMDDHMAN–Hindu god Ganesha or Ganpati, the elephant-headed god, Meenakshi Amman Temple or Sri Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple
RMD7RTTP–Hindu God Vishnu
RMD4GKF4–Hindu god Brahmā statue, Phuket, Phuket Province, Thailand
RMDC854J–Hindu god Brahma, Painted mural on the buildings located on the banks of the Ganges River - Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
RMT0DHWY–Woman dress as Hindu God, Tamil Nadu, India, Asia
RMG206JT–Iconography of the Hindu God Krishna playing a flute adorns a roadside water well in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, India.
RMB004HD–Krishna Playing Flute Hindu God
RMG15GTY–Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati. Material: Schist. Location: Orissa. 13th A.D. Ganesha is the Hindu God of wisdom, good fortune and prudence. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati. According to the Hindu tradition, while Shiva was away at war, Parvati put
RMG3826K–HINDU GOD INDRA/ELEPHANT
RM2NAR0MW–Brahma Hindu god, referred to as 'the Creator' within the Trimurti, associated with creation, knowledge, and the Vedas. 19th century illustration of a chariot fragment published 1894
RMA6NN5T–Statue of the Hindu god Ganesh Khmer art National Museum Phnom Penh Cambodia Indochina Southeast Asia Asia
RMF2WRJW–An altar to the Hindu God Ganesha or Ganesh, Reading Hindu Temple, Reading, Berkshire England UK
RMF7NFB5–Ganida (man-bird avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. 19th century Indian
RMCNMBXY–Picture of Hindu god Subramania, India, Asia
RM2K2JXTW–Brass head of the Hindu God Siva (Shiva). Valley of Kullu; Himachal Pradesh, India. 13th -14th Century AD
RM2DW3D1W–Dance Mask festival of Dussehra plays are performed in northern India,in honour of the god Rama, the hero of the Ramayana epic Indian,( Hindu god Rama, Râm, Ramachandra. )
RM2AR7DEX–Lord Ganesha, Ganesh, Ganapati, statue, elephant headed Hindu God of beginnings, remover of obstacles in the Gangaramaya Temple, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
RM2G2A6P8–THRISSUR, KERALA, INDIA - Depiction of Hindu god Hanuman over archway of temple.
RM2A925YH–Italy Piedmont Turin - Mazzonis Palace - Mao Museum ( Museo d'Arte Orientale ) - Museum of Oriental art - Dancing Ganesha - Hindu God of wisdom, the remover of obstacles - Madhya Pradesh 10th centuruy A.D.
RMDDHMB4–Hindu god Ganesha or Ganpati, the elephant-headed god in a representation with ten arms on a temple wall, Meenakshi Amman Temple
RMD7RW3E–Hindu god Shiva stone deity
RMD4GKFT–Golden Hindu god statue, Phuket, Phuket Province, Thailand
RMDC8539–hindu god Shiva Painted mural on the buildings located on the banks of the Ganges River - Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
RMT0DHYH–Painting of Hindu God Hanuman, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India, Asia
RMDEW1N2–Hindu God Statue in Puducherry temple,Pondicherry,Tamil Nadu,South India,India,Asia
RMBC1A51–Shiva - Ascetic Shiva Hindu God Of Life Death & Rebirth Meditating
RMG15GTX–Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati. Material: Schist. Location: Orissa. 13th A.D. Ganesha is the Hindu God of wisdom, good fortune and prudence. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati. According to the Hindu tradition, while Shiva was away at war, Parvati put
RMG39J2F–The Hindu god Vishnu in his first incarnation/avatar, shown here appearing out of a fish. Date: BC
RME1MB21–Hindu god Jagannath sculpture on a wall in Brick Lane
RMA6NN4Y–Statue of the Hindu god Vishnu from Phum Tuol Khmer art dating from the 7th century Prei Kruk National Musueum Phnom Penh
RMF2WRM2–A statue of the Hindu God Durga, a warrior goddess; Reading Hindu Temple, Reading Berkshire England UK
RMD99287–Shiva (Hindu god) in the style of Khleang, Cambodia. Sandstone sculpture from 11th Century
RMDG41AE–Hindu god Ganesh, India, Asia
RMHTMHCM–Bhairava a destructive manifestation of Siva the Hindu God. This Hindu deity was adopted by Tantric Buddhism in Tibet and is known as Vajrabhairava. 13th century, Hoysala dynasty (1050-1300 AD) chlorite schist sculpture from Karnatakain India
RM2GK84A6–Nandishvara, 800-900, volcanic rock 76.5cm × 37cm × 22cm Indonesia, Central Java, Nandishvara is one of the two guardians, Temple of the Hindu god Shiva. He has the appearance of a cultured young man and stands on Shiva's right side, In one hand he has a necklace with prayer beads, in his other hand hangs a floating lotus flower. The trident is Shiva's weapon. Indonesia,
RMEJD9WW–Cambodia, Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Statue of the Hindu God Vishnu
RM2G2A6PB–THRISSUR, KERALA, INDIA - Depiction of Hindu god Hanuman over entrance of temple.
RM2A925YT–Italy Piedmont Turin - Mazzonis Palace - Mao Museum ( Museo d'Arte Orientale ) - Museum of Oriental art - Shiva and Vyala - The Hindu god Shiva with the figure of a horned, rampant lion - Madhya Pradesh 12th century A.D,
RMCN0WG4–Statue of Vishnu, Hindu god, at Angkor Wat, UNESCO World Heritage site, Cambodia
RMD7RW87–Hindu God Vishnu deity , supreme soul, the creator and destroyer of all existences
RMRY6E9X–Hindu God Krishna Talking to Elders, c. 1800. India, Rajasthan, Kishangarh school, early 19th Century. Ink and color on paper; overall: 20.3 x 30.5 cm (8 x 12 in
RFAER854–Nepalese sculpture of Hindu God Shiva the destroyer
RMT0DHY0–man dress as Hindu God, Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu, India, Asia
RMDFER76–Hindu God Statue in Puducherry temple,Pondicherry,Tamil Nadu,South India,India,Asia
RMA7F4HA–Vishnu Hindu God
RM2BE103N–Ganesha is the Hindu God of wisdom, good fortune and prudence. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati. According to the Hindu tradition, while Shiva was away at war, Parvati put her son in charge of guarding the entrance to her bathroom. When Shiva returned he did not recognize the new guard at her door, so he chopped off his head. Angrily Parvati demanded that Shiva find a substitute head for their son. The first one he found was the head of an elephant.
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