Common Misconceptions: One God or Many Gods?

                                                                  Q. It is always mentioned that the Supreme God is Lord Krishna. People who know about Vedas or about Indian culture can understand and accept this. How can a man of a different religion or a different region accept this? How can we convince others that everybody in the universe is governed by the laws of Vedas?

                                                                  Q. What are demigods? Why can't we pray to them? I am a bit confused on this issue. Is Lord Ganesha a demigod? If he is, then why do people look up to him as the clearer of obstacles? Why is it said that one has to pray to him first, before approaching other gods. Please clarify my doubts!!

                                                                  Q. Why do you please think that God has only one best form or topmost in your religion and is the best and topmost only in the Form of Krishna, when there have been great holy people and saints who worship God not in the form of Krishna. So will all others not go to God, or will they go to a God in the form they can comprehend? It's very confusing.

                                                                  Q. 1. I feel all Gods are same and there is only one God. I see lot of similarities between Krishna and Christ, Maheswarudu and Mohammed. What do you think?

                                                                  Q. In Bhagavad Gita, Krishna claims Himself to be the only supreme Lord. But in Siva Gita (which is in Padmapurana) Siva claims that He is the only supreme Lord. Various puranas praise various Lords to be the supreme absolute truth. This is very much confusing and this suggests the possibility of scriptures being man made. It is obvious that Bhagavad Gita or Srimad Bhagavatam are not special since Siva Gita and other puranas can sufficiently counter the claims made by the above said scriptures. So how to know who the Almighty is?

                                                                  Q. 1. I would like to know why there are many Hindus biased in accepting Sri Krishna as the Supreme Lord. Why are there clearly so many Hindu gods stated in the Vedas. Why are there so many points of view regarding the Vedas?