I am looking for yoga poses such as glute bridge which I can use weights and resistance bands to make them more challenging. Any advice will be appreciated.
Your imagination is your only limitation here. I'm not a hardcore yoga guy, but here are some videos of clients of mine doing movements that have some replication in yoga.
Weighted Bridge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlEzW_bs0jA
Crawling Downward Dog with Push-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxWwDXiQ3ss
Single Leg Lean Over: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n8pmUCZr-8
What is your motivation is for adding resistance to yoga poses? I think of it this way: Asana yoga is a wonderful tradition going back a couple hundred years. The poses you see today have been selected organically over the passage of time, with the input and collective wisdom of countless practitioners. The practice fits together in a cohesive way.
Weight lifting probably doesn't go back as far as yoga, but it goes back to at least the fifties. The lifts people do in the gyms have also been selected by the input of countless people in gyms around the world. Of course, you will see some people doing stupid stuff at the gym, but if you are intelligent, then you can put together a well designed program from the classic lifts.
My view is that yoga and weight lifting are each valid systems on their own, but they don't mix very well, like Thai food and Italian food don't go together. When you try to combine yoga and weight lifting, you will end up with a whole that is less than the parts.
For example, I once went to a yoga class where we did stuff like the warrior pose II with a dumbell in each hand. What muscle were they trying to strengthen? Is it the middle delt? If so, there are classic lifts that are vastly more effective at working the middle delt. In my opinion, the class would have been better if we had done an hour of yoga, and followed it with a half hour of weight lifting. They would get better results.
In other words, if you want to do yoga, then do it for the spiritual, communal, mental reasons that it was created. If you want to get stronger, then learn from the people who have been doing it for years: weight lifters.