He is the head of the Meluhan army. Loyal and very particular about following Meluhan principles, Parvateshwar is a rigid man who won’t bend until he’s convinced he must. He’s not very fond of Shiva at the beginning of the story. He’s the kind of man who will do what it takes to protect the people of his community. He is suspicious, stubborn, perseverance and believes rigidly in rules and Lord Ram's principles. A sworn celibate, he finally found love in the Swadweepan princess Anandmayi and married her, breaking his vow. The godfather of Sati, he also loves her very much and mourns very badly for her death. Only Shiva outmourns him.