The Hinduism ClipArt gallery offers 19 illustrations of Hindu deities and practices.

"Agni, the god of fire." —Bulfinch, 1897

Agni

"Agni, the god of fire." —Bulfinch, 1897

Statue of Brahma.

Brahma

Statue of Brahma.

"A Sanskrit word the Universal Power or ground of all existence, and also (in its masculine form with long final syllable) a particular deity, the first person in the Triad (Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva) of the Hindus. The personal god Brahma is represented as a red or golden-colored figure with four heads and as many arms, and he is often accompanied by the swan or goose. He is the god of the fates, master of life and death, yet he is himself created, and is merely the agent of Brahma, the Universal Power." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Brahma

"A Sanskrit word the Universal Power or ground of all existence, and also (in its masculine form with…

A representation of Brahma. Brahma is the Hindu God of creation.

Brahma

A representation of Brahma. Brahma is the Hindu God of creation.

"Brahman Priest." — Quackenbos, 1882

Brahman

"Brahman Priest." — Quackenbos, 1882

In schools of Hinduism, is the signifying name given to the concept of the unchanging, infinite, immanent and transcendent reality that is the Divine Ground of all being in this universe.

Brahman at Prayer

In schools of Hinduism, is the signifying name given to the concept of the unchanging, infinite, immanent…

A representation of Ganesa. Ganesa is one of the best-known deities in the Hindu pantheon. Ganesa's elephant makes him easy to identify.

Ganesa, Hindu God

A representation of Ganesa. Ganesa is one of the best-known deities in the Hindu pantheon. Ganesa's…

A representation of Kali, a Hindu goddess of death and destruction.

Kali, Hindu Goddess

A representation of Kali, a Hindu goddess of death and destruction.

The Hindu idol Pulliar.

Hindu Idol

The Hindu idol Pulliar.

"Indra, the god of heaven, of thunder, lightning, storm, and rain." —Bulfinch, 1897

Indra

"Indra, the god of heaven, of thunder, lightning, storm, and rain." —Bulfinch, 1897

A representation of Kristna, a Buddhist Goddess.

Kristna

A representation of Kristna, a Buddhist Goddess.

In Hindu mythology, Ravana is the principal antagonist of the Hindu epic, the Ramayan. According to Ramayana, he was a king of Lanka many thousands of years ago.

Ravana

In Hindu mythology, Ravana is the principal antagonist of the Hindu epic, the Ramayan. According to…

A statue of Siva.

Siva

A statue of Siva.

"Siva." —Bulfinch, 1897

Siva

"Siva." —Bulfinch, 1897

A representation of Siva or Shiva. Shiva is one of the principal deities of hinduism.

Siva

A representation of Siva or Shiva. Shiva is one of the principal deities of hinduism.

"His attributes are represented by the three personified powers of creation, preservation, and destruction, which under the names of Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva form the Trimurti or triad of principal Hindu gods." —Bulfinch, 1897

The Trimurti

"His attributes are represented by the three personified powers of creation, preservation, and destruction,…

Statue of vishnu.

Vishnu

Statue of vishnu.

"Vishnu."

Vishnu

"Vishnu."

A representation of Vishnu, also known as Narayana. Vishnu is a supreme being.

Vishnu

A representation of Vishnu, also known as Narayana. Vishnu is a supreme being.