Hinduism, at least within the Advaita school, has no God at all. Whatsoever you consider God, your notion will have attributes, and is thus Seguna. Truth within Hinduism is Nirguna, without attributes, and its realization is Nirvana. Whatsoever appears in consciousness is going to cease, including Ishvara, the Lord. What does not come and go cannot be called God. It is the source and destination of all. That is called Brahman. Your own personality and sense of self, too, is appearing and will dissolve back into that. Thus, all is ultimately that same Brahman. Some schools disagree with this, they say Krishna or something else is permanent. This is due to their own fear of death, of ceasing. Yet, that fear itself appears and will subside. Truth is so whether we want to believe it or not.