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Synonyms Index

ādau — at first — SB 2.7.5
ādau — original in the creative energy of matter — SB 3.9.2
ādau — in the beginning of creation — SB 4.17.31
ādau — in the beginning (the second and third cantos) — SB 5.26.38
ādau — and so on — SB 10.44.15, SB 11.3.55
ādau — in the beginning, before creation — SB 11.3.37
ādau — at the time of creation — SB 11.9.19, SB 11.14.3
ādau — in the beginning (of the millennium) — SB 11.17.10
ādau — in the causal stage — SB 11.19.16
ādau — originally — CC Adi 5.84
ādau — first — CC Madhya 20.379
arcā-ādau — in worship of the Deity and so on — SB 3.29.9
arcā-ādau — beginning with worship of the Deity — SB 3.29.25
arcā-ādau — in the form of the Deity and His paraphernalia — SB 11.3.50-51
arcā-ādaū — in the visibly manifest Deity of the Lord — SB 10.86.55
āsana-ādau — sitting, and so on — SB 11.5.48
bhūta-ādau — in the false ego, the origin of material existence — SB 9.7.25-26
dadau — gave in charity — SB 1.16.13-15, SB 8.20.16
dadau — gave him permission — SB 1.17.38
dadau — gave away — SB 3.22.22
dadau — offered — SB 6.9.3
dadau — gave, offered — SB 8.18.15
dadau — delivered — SB 8.23.19, SB 9.7.23, CC Antya 6.327
dadau — gave him — SB 9.7.24
dadau — gave as a gift — SB 9.16.21-22
dadau — pushed — SB 10.6.10
dadau — Kṛṣṇa gave — SB 10.12.39
dadau — he gave — SB 10.41.49, SB 10.57.40, SB 10.83.38, SB 12.6.51
dadau — she gave — SB 10.42.4
dadau — He gave — SB 10.68.49, SB 10.70.7-9
dadau — passed down — SB 12.6.58
dautya-ādau — the duty of a messenger, etc — SB 1.17.17
dāyādau — sons — SB 6.18.11
deha-ādau — in the body and things related to the body — SB 6.2.38
deha-ādau — identifying oneself with the material body and then with one’s wife, children, family, community, nation and so on — SB 7.7.19-20
deha-ādau — to the body and so on — SB 10.73.23
durmadau — driven to a mad fury — SB 10.72.34
dvāpara-ādau — at the end of the Dvāpara-yuga — SB 2.1.8
dvāpara-ādau — at the end of the Dvāpara millennium — SB 12.6.46
gadau — maces — SB 3.15.27
gadau — the two Gadas (one the brother of Śrī Kṛṣṇa and the other His son) — SB 11.30.16
hasta-pādau — hands and legs — SB 4.29.15
jala-ādau api — water and other reflecting media — SB 4.22.29
janma-ādau — creation and destruction — SB 2.10.45
jihvā-ādau — beginning with the tongue — CC Madhya 17.136
kalpa-ādau — in the beginning of the millennium — Bg 9.7
kṛta-ādau — at the beginning of the next Satya-yuga — SB 9.22.18-19
madau — and intoxication — SB 12.8.16