I have just read a post (Lost Prophets of Hinduism and India) and there are several scriptures in Hinduism which talk about the great flood (as mentioned in Quran and Injeel) and story is almost same but with a huge detail in Hinduism (in Matsya puran) and as mentioned in Quran Surat Hud that people of Noah believe in discrimination and also mentioned that people used to worship idols, both conditions apply to Hindus and they had Vedas whose text matches with Quran very much like :-
This entire world is embedded within and managed by the One and Only One Ishwar. Never dare do any injustice or desire riches through unjust means. Instead, follow the righteous path and enjoy His bliss. After all, He alone is source of all bliss!
Ishwar enlightens the entire world. He is undefeated and undying. He is the creator of the world. All souls should seek bliss through seeking knowledge and acting thereupon. They should never shun the friendship of Ishwar
Ishwar alone provides true knowledge to truth seekers. He alone is promoter of knowledge and motivates virtuous people into noble actions to seek bliss. He alone is the creator and manager of the world. Hence never worship anyone else except one and only Ishwar
Ishwar alone is greatest and worth being worshipped. He is the source of all knowledge and activities.
And as per hadith's first revelation that was revealed to Prophet Noah and the oldest book on the earth which was regarded to be God's word is Vedas (the part which matches with Quran, I agree, but most parts match) and who wrote the Veda is still unknown and bhavishya puran also mention "Nuh" name
Also Muhammad (SAW) (PBUH) MENTIONED that on day of judgement Allah (SWT) will also ask prophet that you delivered message than Noah will reply "Yes and than Allah (SWT) will ask the community of Noah has Nuh delivered his message and they will say no "no prophet come to us" indicating that people of Noah (AS) does not even know about their messenger and the same is the case with Hindus they have Vedas but who written that is unknown?