Garuda, a bird deity, with the head and wings of an eagle and sometimes with the rest of his body like that of a man, is called the king of birds.

In Sri Siva Vishnu Temple, Siva goshta vigrahas, which were carved in concrete in the walls of the Siva Shrine were removed.

Siva is one of the three principal deities of the Hindu pantheon; the other two are Brahma and Vishnu. His name means ‘auspicious’.

Nandi is the vahana of Siva. In ancient times, Nandi was represented as a man with a bull’s head. Nandikeeshwara also means the Lord of Joy.

Sri Chandikeswara is an aspect of Chandi in human form later elevated to the status of divinity, to signify the connection between Siva and Chandi.

Krishna is one of the ten major incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Among the avataars of Lord Vishnu, perhaps the most popular is His descent as Krishna.

Venkateswara, another form of Lord Vishnu, is one among the Trinity, representing the power of Sustenance. He is regarded as “Kaliyuga Varada”.

In order to relieve the suffering of people in this world, the devotees prayed to Bramha to create a powerful Shakti. It is the fifth re-incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Saraswathi is the Goddess of learning and knowledge. She is described as dwelling in the tongue of her consort, Brahma, the Creator.

Rama is the eight major incarnation of Vishnu. Vishnu assumed different forms and came down to earth to protect the good people from evil.