I see that, in accordance with my earlier observation that you are unable or unwilling to do any work for yourself, you not only have given no proof of God, you also have no idea what proof is.
Proof is something that proves a statement; it is evidence or argument establishing a fact or establishing the truth of anything, or giving a reason to believe in the certainty of something; it is also an instance of this.
There are three standards
1. The balance of probabilities.
This is used in courts in civil cases and is usually described as "Whether something is more likely than not." It is measured at 51%:49%. Example of this is that the times when you read a report in a newspaper that someone is suing the Pope or the church because of an "Act of God" caused him damages. These cases are always thrown out of court. It is also common in road accidents; it decides who is to blame. It is also the standard you use to decide whether or not you believe a used-car salesman.
2. The criminal standard:
This is where the prosecution has to establish beyond all reasonable doubt
that the accused did something. It is NOT "Beyond all possible doubt". An example of this is found in the cases where, in a murder case, the defendant's fingerprints and DNA are found on the gun but they say, "God told me to do it." or "Aliens pushed the gun into my hand and used mind-control to make me fire it. These defenses always fail.
3. The mathematical standard:
This is where the proof is universally true
: "In a two dimensional, right-angled triangle on a plane surface the square on the side of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides." In the strictest terms, it is not 100% but the probability is very, very, close to 100%
I don't want you to derail this into an argument of the definition of proof. Proof is something that can convince OR persuade an independent and reasonable person that something happened or something exists.
So, all I am asking is Why you don't think that Hindu gods exist? (Here's a list of them with pictures: (I've done some more work for you) http://www.sanatansociety.org/hindu_gods_and_goddesses.htm)
What reason to have to assume the existence of any gods?
Why do you assert there is a God but never say why you assert that?
What proof do you want from us that there are no gods?
What the standard of proof you want from us? (Bear in mind that it should be The balance of probabilities. )
Now, please, give a coherent response to all the points in italics, otherwise we will have to conclude that, whether it is the Judeo-Christian god or any other god, you are unsure that there are any gods.