Lord Vishnu is the Para that which nothing surpasses and the end or object of existence. He is called the Apara para, the farthest bound of that, which is infinite, or space and time. Vishnu is the Param parabhyah, above or beyond the highest being, beyond or greater to all the elements. He is Paramartha rupi or identical with final truth, or knowledge of soul. Again he is said the Brahmapara, the object or essence of spiritual wisdom. Paraparabhuta is said to imply the farther limit (Para) of rudimental matter.
Para Loga was one of the seven Logas or the seven upper worlds in Ayyavazhi mythology.
Para is also the son of Anga, a descendant of Anu. Para is also the name of the son of Prithusena, a progeny of Hastin and of Samara, in the same line.
Para is a name of a river in Malwa, the Parvati.
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