This question has been put on hold as "primarily opinion-based" by a mod. The automatic reason stated in the banner is:
Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise.
The mod further explains his reasons for closing in comments:
What god(s) the Vedas declare is a subject that different sects of Hinduism disagree about, so I’m closing your question for the time being. If you want to revise your question, then edit it and flag me to reopen it.
That different sects of Hinduism disagree about something doesn't seem like a valid reason to close questions. If this were true, the hundreds of questions on specific Bhagavad-gītā verses (see example 1 and example 2) where several users have written answers based on their favorite philosophy need to be closed as well.
As I explained in this answer, there is another way to answers these questions using facts and references and without taking sides. And for this reason, such questions should be left open even if they generate a certain amount of controversy.