There is no such thing as a God of the Hindus or a God of the Muslims. He is present in all things and yet they do not cover His limitless expanse.
There is the "Only One God" who is a presence, and is called Waheguru by the Sikhs (wonderful enlightener and wonderful Lord). When God is seen through the universe, we think of him as Sargun(Quality-ful); when we realize His transcendence, we think of Him as Nirgun(Abstract).
By His order, all forms and creatures came into existence.
The world in which we live is a small atom as compared to other worlds.discussions chat forums: Muslim Hindu Sikh Faith - Sufi Darvesha di Kulli - Talking to God: Sikhism : From A Sufi View of Life to Modern Sikhism: Sikhism exposed: Sikhism exposed - previous a delegation of Kashmiri Brahmins in 1675, approached Tegh Bahadur, the 9th Guru of the Sikhs. This was a unique & unparalleled sacrifice in the annals of human history.He laid down his life in defence of religious tolerance, of freedom of worship, and freedom of conscience.Truely speaking, God is both in and above the universe.