30 Amazing Paintings of Hindu Gods!

Indian epics like Mahabharatha and Ramayana has several interesting characters that are so intricate in their design and character.

Many artists have depicted these Gods and characters in their own perspective and visuals over the period of time. Most of the mainstream or widely accepted forms are polished and “neautralized” versions of these characters and vary a lot from their original descriptions.

Here are some amazing paintings of Hindu Gods from various Indian epics like Ramayana and Mahabharatha by Anirudh, where they are visualized from a different perspective.

1.  Yudhistira

Yudhishthira

2.  Yama

Yama

3.  Yajnaseni

Yajnaseni

4.  Vayu – The god of wind.

Vayu

5.  Varuna – The god of water.

Varuna

6.  Surya – The sun god.

Surya

7.  Skanda

Skanda

8.  Shiva & Sati

Shiva and Sati

9.  Parasuram

Sage Agastya

10.  Rudra

Rudra

11.  Ravana

Ravana

12.  Ranaveera

Ranaveera

13.  Ramasura

Ramasura

14.  Rama & Sita

Rama and Sita

15.  Narasimha

Narsimha

16.  Kunti & Pandavas

Kunti and Pandavas

17.  Keshava

Keshava

18.  Karna

Karna

19.  Kalki

Kalki

20.  Kaali

Kali

21.  Jatayu

Jatayu

22.  Indra

Indra

23.  Hanuman

Hanuman

24.  Ghatotkacha

Ghatotkacha

25.  Drona

Drona

26.  Bheeshma

Bhishma

27.  Bheema

Bhima

28.  Balrama

Balarama

29.  Ashwathama

Ashwatthama

30.  Arjuna

Arjuna

31.  Ardhanareeshwara

Ardhanarisvara

32.  Agni

Agni

33.  Krishna

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Credits – Anirudh

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