Synonyms Index

adhivahataḥ — who were carrying the palanquin — SB 5.10.2
āhata — being devoid of — SB 3.15.2
āhata — injured — SB 3.18.19
āhata — dispelled — SB 3.28.21
āhata — being affected — SB 8.7.14
āhata — struck — SB 10.44.22-23, SB 10.44.27, SB 10.67.19-21
āhata — unused — SB 10.53.11
ahata — without being defeated — SB 4.30.17
ahata — not cleansed or eliminated — SB 10.51.8
ahata — constant — SB 10.69.9-12
ahata — undisturbed — SB 10.80.30, SB 11.11.29-32
āhata-artha — frustrated — SB 3.9.10
āhata-pāpmanaḥ — her material body became spiritualized or relieved of all material conditions — SB 10.6.34
āhataḥ — attacked — SB 3.18.6
āhataḥ — having been struck — SB 3.19.26
āhataḥ — injured — SB 6.2.15
āhataḥ — being beaten — SB 8.11.11
āhataḥ — trampled or injured — SB 9.15.27
āhataḥ — hit — SB 10.18.29, SB 10.59.20
āhataḥ — struck down — SB 10.44.24-25
āhataḥ — tormented — SB 12.9.16
āhataḥ — killed — CC Antya 3.56
āhatāḥ — harassed — SB 8.10.49
āhatāḥ — covered — SB 10.14.43
āhatāḥ — corrupted — SB 10.20.16
āhatāḥ — struck — SB 10.22.18
āhatam — struck — SB 10.26.5
āhatānām — struck — MM mantra 11
āhatāni — first-class and new — SB 8.9.14-15
anugrahataḥ — by the mercy of — SB 2.10.12
anugrahataḥ — by the mercy — SB 10.87.17
anupahataḥ — without being affected — SB 3.9.20
apahata — vanquished — SB 4.31.20
apahata — covered over — SB 10.51.32
apahataḥ — completely vanquished — SB 5.13.22
ati-mahatā kālena — after a long time — SB 5.17.1
avyāhata — without decay — SB 4.9.22
avyāhata — without being interrupted — SB 5.1.29
avyāhata — without hindrance — SB 6.17.2-3
avyāhata — undefeatable — SB 9.15.17-19
avyāhata — without being disturbed — SB 9.18.46
avyāhata — inexhaustible — SB 9.23.26
avyāhata — undisturbed — SB 10.64.11
avyāhata — unaffected — SB 10.84.32-33
avyāhata — unimpeded — SB 11.2.23
avyāhata-aiśvaryaḥ — without minimizing any potencies of absolute opulence (aiśvaryasya samagrasya) — SB 10.8.36
avyāhata-gatiḥ — whose progress was indefatigable — SB 9.15.17-19
avyāhatām — imperishable — SB 4.15.16
bhūtānām mahatām — of the five gross elements — SB 3.26.23-24