As rivers flowing to the sea discard their names and forms, so the person of spiritual knowledge, liberated from name and form enters into that celestial Being who transcends all. Mundaka
That which they call Indra, Mitra, Varuna, and Agni, as also the celestial beautiful feathered eagle - That which is the One Being, the sages declare in manifold ways. Rig Veda I.164.46
He whom the Shaivites worship as Shiva, whom the Vedantins call Brahman, whom the Buddhists call Buddha, whom the Nayakas call the creator, whom the Jains call the Arhat, whom the Mimamsakas call karma, may that Vishnu, the Lord of the three worlds, grant you the object of your desire.
Stotra to Vishnu.
Author - David Frawley