Parameshwar (परमेश्वर) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin which literally means Supreme Lord.
Parameshwar founds reference in various Epics of Hindu mythology with a same meaning as the Supreme Lord.
Parameshwar founds reference in Epics like Mahabharata and Kavya in which it refers to any eminent prince or illustrious man. This is also founds to be referred in Sahastranama as the 377th name of Lord Vishnu.
Parameshwar is also another name for Lord Shiva and it is also a name for Indra.
Parameshwar is not adopted by many people of the USA as a name of their babies. Parameshwar is not adopted by any people in India also.
Parameshwar is Sanskrit name with very good meaning. But Parameshwar is very classical name.
Param परम Eshwar एश्वर्
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