Param Shiva

Param Shiva परम शिवा

The word is a compound of the Sanskrit words Param meaning ‘Supreme’, Ishawara Ish meaning ‘Lord’ and Vara is ‘Excellent’. Thus Parameshvara literally means ‘Supreme Lord Excellent’ or ‘Supreme Ruler’. It is synonym for Parabrahman, the Indian equivalent of Supreme being.

Sometimes, other traditions of Hinduism such as Vedanta and Vaishnavism also use the term Parameshwara as a synonym of Parabrahman within their philosophical perspectives.

Fire is His head, the sun and the moon His eyes, space His ears, the Vedas His speech, the wind His breath, the universe His heart.
From His feet, the Earth has originated. Verily, He is the inner self of all beings.”Lord Shiva as the personification of the Supreme Godhead or the absolute principle. That is why he is also worshipped in the form of Linga which symbolizes the source of all cosmos.He is one of the three Gods of the Hindu trinity, who represent Creation, Preservation, and Destruction. Shiva is the destroyer. Not only the destroyer of creation when the time comes, but also the destroyer of ignorance and the destroyer of misery.

Weapon : Noose, Goad, Arrows and Bow Consort Parameshwara.Affiliation : Devi Adi-Parashakti, Mahavidya, Parvati, Durga and Mahakali.

Abode : manidvipa

Mantra Mantra :

Om ka e i la hrim ha sa ka ha la hrim sa ka la hrim, or aim hrim sauh. Weapon : Noose, Goad, Arrows and Bow Consort Parameshwara.