Vāyu (Sanskrit: , IAST: Vāyu, Sanskrit pronunciation: [ʋɑːyu]; Malay: Bayu, Thai: พระ พาย (Phra Phai)) is a primary Hindu deity, the Lord of the winds, the father of Bhima and the spiritual father of Lord Hanuman. He is also known as Vāta (), Pavana (, the Purifier),  and sometimes Prāa (, the breath).
Birth of Krishna. Album of 89 illustrations of the Bhagavata Purana. Probably Tamil Nadu and south-eastern Karnataka current (up to Kanchipuram and Mysore). c.1780-1785
Agni Deva (Fire God)
Krishna and Balarama steal butter. "Indian Deities," two albums 195 illustrations. Southern Andhra Pradesh (north of Madras), bordering Karnataka, around 1720-1730
Yama: Indian art-never ceases to amaze!
Shiva Ardhanarishvara. "Indian Deities," two albums 195 illustrations. Southern Andhra Pradesh (north of Madras), bordering Karnataka, around 1720-1730.
Vishnu as Hayagriva
Vishnu carried by Hanuman. illustrations by brahmane Svami, Madras, 1780
Gouache painting on paper (watermarked 1814) from a set of twelve paintings of deities. The deity Isana, crowned and riding a white bull, painting; 1814; Thanjavur; Tamil Nadu