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  1. What Hindu Gods can be considered evil? - Yahoo Answers

    I was wondering if there are any major hindu gods that are considered evil, and if there are who are they?
  2. List of Hindu deities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Main Deities . The Hindu trinity consisted Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma, the followers of the first two formed two major sects. Vishnu . Vaishnavism is the sect within ...
  3. Top 10 Hindu Deities - About.com Hinduism

    The most fundamental of Hindu deities, is the Trinity of ... She is depicted as having born from the brow of Goddess Durga during one of her battles with the evil ...
  4. List of deities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    This is not a list of names or epithets of gods in modern monotheistic ... The image illustrates the Hindu belief that each part of the cow embodies a particular ...
  5. Hindu deities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    This article is about Deities worshipped as murtis in Hinduism. For the Hindu concept of God, see God in Hinduism.
  6. Evil gods in mythology? - Yahoo Answers

    Both Buddhism and Jainism are continuations of the Shramana belief while modern Hinduism ... The problem is I don't know very many inherently evil gods ...
  7. Deity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    7 Hindu deities; 8 Psychological interpretations; 9 See also; 10 References; Etymology . ... a deity of good who is opposed and thwarted by a deity of evil, ...
  8. Hindu Deities & Their Meanings - Iloveulove

    Images of Hindu Deities & their meanings. ... protects mankind from evil and misery by destroying evil forces such as selfishness, jealousy, prejudice, hatred, ...
  9. Kamat's Potpourri: A Brief Introduction to Hindu Gods & Goddesses

    Kamat's Potpourri: List of Hindu Deities ... List of Hindu Deities. A brief list of Hindu Gods and Goddesses Page Last Updated: April 04, 2014
  10. Hindu Gods and Hindu Goddesses : overview of the gods and ...

    There is a remarquable religious tolerance embedded within the pantheon of countless Hindu gods and goddesses, allowing anyone to experience the divine in the way ...