_GOD

Deva =

 can be loosely described as any benevolent supernatural being

brahma

_creation
_vehicle_ Swan

 

_preservation 
_vehicle_ Garuda

 

shiva

_liberation, and/or destruction 
_vehicle_ Bull
Trimurti =
_SATCITĀNANDA
_being_consciousness_bliss

 

Devi 

embodies the active energy and power of male deities
Saraswati
_knowledge, music, arts, wisdom and learning
_wife of Brahma 
_vehicle_ Swan

 

Lakshmi
_wealth, love, prosperity (both material and spiritual), fortune, and the embodiment of beauty.
_wife of Vishnu
_her four hands represent the four goals of human life considered proper in Hindu way of life – dharma, kama, artha, and moksha 
_vehicle_ Owl

 

_goddess of love, fertility and devotion
_Wife of Shiva 
_mother of  Ganesha and Kartikeya 
_vehicle_ Lion

 

Tridevi =
is a concept in Hinduism conjoining the three consorts of the Trimurti (Great Trinity)
Shakti =
meaning “Power” or “empowerment,” is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism

 

Shiva and Parvati son’s_

Ganesh

_remover of obstacles
_patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom 
_vehicle_ Mouse
KARTIKEYA
_commander-in-chief of the army of the devas 
_vehicle_ Peacock

yellow-square

_more
PARVATI
_fiercer form of Parvati
_vehicle_ Tiger

V0045118 Kali trampling Shiva. Chromolithograph by R. Varma.

_black, time, death, lord of death 
_vehicle_ Donkey 
Rama_with_arrows
_Rama is considered to be one of the most important avatars of Vishnu
Krishna
_Krishna is generally recognized as an avatar of Lord Vishnu
Hanuman
_several texts also present him as an incarnation of Lord Shiva
surya
_”the Supreme Light”
_ is the chief solar deity in Hinduism and generally refers to the Sun.

Indra_deva

_Indra is the supreme deity_
_He is the god of rain and thunderstorms
_Śakra in the

_Vedas 

was the religion of the Indo-Aryans of northern India. It is a historical predecessor of modern Hinduism, though significantly different from it.
Varunadeva
  In Hindu mythology_ god of all forms of the water element_ particularly the oceans.
_as well as a god of law of the underwater world.
_Makara is his mount.

Yama_deva

 

lokapala = “Guardian of the Directions” of the south
_His Greek counterpart is Hades and Thanatos
_His Roman counterpart is Pluto and Thanatos
_His Egyptian counterpart is Osiris
Yama although one of the most powerful controllers, is still subordinate to Shiva and Vishnu because they are different aspects of the overruling Brahman.
A story of Yama’s subordination to Shiva is well-illustrated in the case of Markandeya, where Shiva as_

Tiruchchirappalli_Kalasamhara

_Ender of Death_as the Conqueror of Time and Death, itself personified by the god Yama.
_He is depicted as defeating or killing Yama when the latter comes to take the life of Shiva’s devotee Markandeya.
_Shiva is often depicted as dancing on Death, personified by Yama

ajamila kathai

Another story found in the Bhagavata Purana shows Yama’s subordination to Vishnu. The man Ajamila had committed many evil acts during his life such as stealing, abandoning his wife and children, and marrying a prostitute.
Moment of his death he involuntarily chanted the name of Narayana (another Sanskrit name for Vishnu) and achieved moksha, saved from the messengers of Yama. Although Ajamila had actually been thinking the name of his youngest son, Narayana’s name has powerful effects, and thus Ajamila was released from his great sins.

Narayana

NARAYANA = is the Vedic Supreme God (including his different avatars) in Hinduism, venerated as the Supreme Being in Vaishnavism. He is also known as Vishnu and Hari and is venerated as Purushottama or Supreme Purusha in Hindu sacred texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Vedas and the Puranas.
Bhagavata Purana declares Narayana as Para Brahman Supreme Lord who creates unlimited universes and enters each one of them as Lord of Universe. Narayana engages in creation of 14 worlds within the universe as Brahma when he deliberately accepts rajas guna. Narayana himself sustains, maintains and preserves the universe as Vishnu when he accepts sattva guna and annihilates the universe at the end of maha-kalpa as Shiva or Rudra when he accepts tamas guna. According to this reference, the holy Trimurti is non-different from Narayana.
Narayana is also venerated as Mukunda which means God who is giver of mukti or Moksha or liberation from cycle of births and deaths in the material world
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