Hindu art includes various artistic traditions linked to Hinduism, with deep connections to Hindu scriptures, rituals, and worship.
Hindu art and architecture are diverse, reflecting different regions, deities, and paths within the religion. They often depict key Hindu deities like Vishnu, Shiva, Brahma, and the Goddess, representing aspects of the Supreme Enlightenment. This art tradition includes both mythological and everyday themes, conveying Hinduism's aims like spiritual salvation, righteous living, love, and prosperity. Hindu temples have evolved from cave carvings to complex structures. In the 19th century, Ravi Varma used colour lithography to mass-produce Western-influenced paintings of Hindu deities.