Who is the Hindu God?
There is no such thing as a Hindu God. Hindus believe in the same God as Christians, Muslims, Jews and people of other religions. Hindus call God by countless male and female names, for example, Ishwar pramatma, Bhagwan, Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Mahadeva, Prabhu, Parmeshwar and Shakti. Hindus also believe that people of other cultures and languages understand this one God in their own way, and each religion has its own path to this one God.
This Q/A was taken from the book Hinduism: Myth and Reality written by Ajit Adhopia and published by Inderlekh Publication.