I would like to ask if somebody can help in identifying some of Vishnu’s avataras and two figures belonging to Shiva in the attached image.
The image shows Harihara with Vishnu on the right-hand side of the picture and Shiva on the left-hand side. The image is from the British Museum. It is annotated: Sandstone sculpture of Harihara. Possibly from Khajuraho, about 1.000. Showing on the right-hand side the ten avataras of Vishnu.
I have indicated in the attachment the obvious avataras and some other figures. Note that Vamana can be identified by an umbrella on his shoulder.
I’m unsure about identifying the remaining avataras
One problem in identifying is that there are 5 figures for those 4 avataras:
Figure C or figure D shows Krishna due to the flute before the body of figure D. If the large figure C carries the flute then he is Krishna, but who is figure D? If D carries the flute then he is Krishna, but who is the large figure C? What is shown between the heads of both figures?
Therefore: Figure C = Krishna?
Figure D = ???
Figure E has a naga attached behind his shoulders. Hence the figure is Krshna's elder brother Balarama. In the list of 10 avataras Balarama sometimes replaces Buddha. Hence
Figure E = Balarama.
Figure A is a 4-armed figure. I assume he is Rama, who sometimes is displayed with 4 arms.
Therefore: Figure A = Rama?
Figure B seems to be Rama with the axe in his left hand.
Therefore: Figure B = Parashurama?
On Shiva's side I’m unsure about identifying
Figure F: I consider Figure F as Shiva dressed as a Brahmin in order to test Parvati before accepting her as his bride.
Figure G: Who is he?
Any help would be appreciated.
Update due to answer:
Figure C = Parashurama
Figure D = Krishna?
Figure F = Brahma with sruva, kamandalu, and vedas(?), three heads are shown
Figure B = Rama in tribangha pose?