Balinese Agama Hindu (Agama meaning religion) is really an amalgam of traditional animist beliefs with Hinduism overlaid, rather like how Christianity is superimposed on African beliefs in Latin America. Still the Balinese still do recognize and worship Hindu Gods and here is a run down of some of the most mentioned.
Widely accepted as the Supreme being who is only ever alluded to. Most Balinese temples have stone throne for the Gods when they come down to Earth and Sanghyang Widi Wasa has a throne called a Padmasana located in the holiest part of the temple, the center of the inner compound. Three other gods, Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva are the manifestations of Sanghyang Widi Wasa.
The Creator, has the color red and can be depicted by a bull.
The Protector, responsible for life giving waters and has the color black. Wisnu ride a winged horse called Garuda and has several avatars including Buddha.
The Destroyer or Dissolver, is associated with death / re-birth and has the color white. Some temples represent Shiva with a large phallic linggam.
The Sun God, a manifestation of Shiva.
The female consort of Shiva.
The Balinese manifestation of Durga who is seen in dances as the evil witch.
The elephant like son of Shiva and Durga.
There are many lesser deities in Bali who are associated with a particular place or thing. These are called dewi if female and dewa if male and include:
Goddess of rice and who farmers worship at small temples in the rice fields.
God of the sea.
Goddess of prosperity.