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Definition funny of Parimal:
An amazing guy who is always there for you. Is a person who is kind and loving and always wishing you the best. He always makes sure that you are happy.
Many girls wish that more guys were a Parimal.
Refers to indian guys with no game, usually using lines like "Wanna make friendship" to score potential dates with indian women (mostly). They also use this line with white women out of nervousness. Generally a seedy, low scumbag of indian origin who no one wants to have anything to do with, but pathetic enough so that people don't tell him to bugger off.
That fake parimals wont leave me alone man. What a Parimal! He won't stop asking for friendship. Look at that loser Parimal dude. He blew up 200K of his dads money on the stock market while trying to get a date.
Excessive user of the suffix "zilla" and constant tell of bad jokes eg."you can't go wrong making a right turn". One who is Parimal is the only one who things that they are funny.
You are such a Parimal (meaning your not funny)
Songs about Parimal:
Aarti Ganpatichi - Nana Parimal by Vaishali Samant, Sangeeta Patil, Shashikant Mumbare, Ramesh Rane, Sharad Jambhekar, Ravindra Saathe, Uttara Kelakar, Dr. Aparna Mayekar, Shivanad Patil, Sanjay Sawant, Buva Sunil Jadh Vilasbuva Patil from the Album Roop Ganeshache Bhajan, Aartya & Ganesh Mantra
Chandnasi Parimal by Shard Jambhekar from the Album Mandirat Antrat (Marathi Bhaktigeete)
Nana Parimal Durva by Meenal Amruta from the Album Bal Gopalancha Ganpati
Nana Parimal Durva by Anuradha Paudwal from the Album Shri Siddhivinayak Maha Aarti
Nana Parimal Durwa by Lata Mangeshkar;Ravindra Sathe;Uttara Kelkar from the Album Aarti Sangrah
Nana Parimal Durwa by Ravinda Sathe;Uttara Kelkar from the Album Gajvandana
Parimal by Subhira from the Album Fusión
Books about Parimal:
Atharvaveda Samhita (Parimal Sanskrit series) (Sanskrit and English Edition) by K. L. Joshi and W.D. Whitney (Dec 2001)
Parimal G. Patil, Against a Hindu God: Buddhist Philosophy of Religion in India.(Book review): An article from... by Kenneth Rose (Jan 13, 2011)
Thirty Minor Upanishads (Parimal Sanskrit Series, No. 35) by K Narayana Swami Aiyar and K. Narayansvami Aiyar (2000)
Sarvadarshana Sangrahah of Madhavacarya (Parimal Sanskrit series) by K.L. Joshi (Oct 15, 2005)
By Lawrence J. McCrea, Parimal G. Patil: Buddhist Buddhist Philosophy of Language in India: Jnanasrimitra on Exclusion... by -Columbia University Press- (Dec 7, 2010)
Thirty Minor Upanisads [Parimal Sanskrit Series No. 35] English Translation With Sanskrit Text by K. Narayanasvami, Translator Aiyar (1997)