The Gods and Goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.
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The goddess of black magic, poisons, and her symbolism. Contains her yantra and mantra.
The terrifying God, his different manifestations, and pooja rituals. Contains images of the deity.
The goddess who is one of the Dasa Maha Vidyas and her worship. Includes the yantra and mantra of the goddess.
The history, legend, and teachings of the god who is the author of Avadhuta Gita and Jivanmukta Gita.
Friesian School: Devotionalistic Gods in Hinduism
Different aspects of the Gods are explained in this research article.
Goddess Pongi Amma
The history and legend of Valli Malai, home to goddess Valli Amma or Pongi, beloved of Lord Murugan. Includes a photo gallery.
Hindu Net: Forms of God
Information on the concept of God and links to various Gods and Goddesses.
Indian Heritage: Gods and Hinduism
Links to different Gods and Goddesses, their stories and navagrahams.
Information about the God Indra. Includes images.
The story of the Goddess, her worship, and temples. Includes a photo gallery.
Shree Kshetra; Narayanpur
Articles about Sri Dattatreya.
Shri Osiya Mataji
About the Deity and the temple located in Osiya, Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.
Gods and Goddesses, picture gallery, slokas, devotional songs and festivals.
Information about the Hindu God Lord Sree Muthappan. Includes details of Parassinikadavu temple and a photo gallery.
About Lord Muneeswarar, Lord Karuppannaswamy and other Kaaval Dheivangals, their worship and temples.
Description of the goddess worshipped both by Hindus and Buddhists and her different forms. Contains her yantra and mantra.
Trimurti, meaning "having three forms", is the term applied to the three main Hindu gods: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. This Trimurti or triad represents all aspects of the Supreme Being. The Trimurti is depicted as a single-bodied, three-headed man. This symbolises the fact that the three forms are aspects of one Supreme Being.
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