Para Brahman (Sanskrit: परब्रह्म, romanized: parabrahma) in Hindu philosophy is the “Supreme Brahman” that which is beyond all descriptions and conceptualisations

It is described as the formless (in the sense that it is devoid of Maya) that eternally pervades everything, everywhere in the universe and whatever is beyond

Param Brahma is conceptualised in diverse ways

In the Advaita Vedanta tradition, the Param Brahma is a synonym of nirguna brahman, i.e, the attribute-less Absolute

Conversely, in Dvaita Vedanta and Vishistadvaita Vedanta traditions, the Param Brahma is defined as saguna brahman, i.e, the Absolute with attributes

In Vaishnavism, Shaivism and Shaktism, Vishnu, Shiva and Shakti respectively are Param Brahma

Mahaganapati is considered as Param Brahma by the Ganapatya sect

Kartikeya is considered as Param Brahma by the Kartikeya sect