He's omnipotent, he can do whatever he wants. Isn't that basically your argument? You know, the whole "& then God said 'Let there be light'" thing.
Ok, good start, although God’s omnipotence alone doesn’t account for anything. Now explain how the Hindu god’s omnipotence justifies our belief in future uniformity in nature, how I can have faith that my senses accurately depict reality, that my memory is generally reliable, laws of morality and how his existence accounts for the existence of universal, immutable, and immaterial laws of logic that discern truth. Failing to account for even one of those would make all knowledge impossible and yet you haven’t accounted for any of them yet.
Additionally, how do you know any of the Hindu god’s attributes? How do you know what he is like at all?