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Synonyms Index

adharma-vartinaḥ — persons not following the Vedic principles or regulative principles — SB 5.26.37
adharma-vartine — who was induced to irreligious principles (because he cursed his offenseless disciple) — SB 9.13.5
anivartibhiḥ — by those who were determined to fight, either to lay down their lives or to win victory — SB 8.20.8
antaḥpura-vartinaḥ — the inhabitants of the palace — SB 6.14.49
antarvartinā — which is in the middle — SB 5.20.36
anuvartī — follower — SB 10.63.45
anuvartinaḥ — who tended to follow — SB 10.49.4
anuvartinaḥ — followers — SB 10.68.34
anuvartinaḥ — personal associates — SB 10.90.45
anuvartinām — those who approached Him to receive and welcome — SB 1.11.21
anuvartinām — followers — SB 2.10.5
anuvartinām — following the path — SB 4.11.10
anuvartinām — who are experiencing the consequences — SB 10.24.15
anuvartinām — of those who serve — SB 10.27.9
anuvartini — obedient — SB 1.5.24
anuvartiṣu — followers — SB 4.22.62
anuvartitā — follower — SB 1.12.18
anuvartita — dwelling — SB 3.31.16
anuvartitaḥ — being followed by them — SB 1.10.3
anuvartitum — to follow in the footsteps — SB 3.14.46
ārti — sufferings — SB 1.17.10-11
ārti — distress — SB 3.20.25, MM mantra 32
ārti — the distresses — SB 4.10.30
ārti — misery — SB 6.1.51
ārti — affliction — SB 9.16.15
ārti — and distress — SB 10.29.41
ārti — of the suffering — SB 10.31.6
ārti — the distress — SB 10.46.2, SB 10.59.31
ārti — of suffering — SB 10.47.52
ārti — of the distress — SB 10.73.8
ārti — of distress — SB 10.86.50
ārti — suffering — SB 11.9.25
ārti — eagerness — CC Antya 14.28, CC Antya 14.30
ārti — grief — CC Antya 20.1, CC Antya 20.5
arti — movement — SB 5.11.10
arti — and distress — SB 6.15.21-23, SB 6.16.13
ārti-da — which creates suffering — SB 11.25.28
ārti-daiḥ — who only give trouble — SB 10.29.33
ārti-dena — giving pain — SB 11.3.19
ārti-hā — will vanquish all your pains — SB 4.9.51
ārti-ham — which relieve the distress — SB 11.5.33
arti-hara — to relieve distress — SB 1.8.43
ārti-hara — O remover of all distress — SB 12.9.4
ārti-hareṇa — by He who is the vanquisher of the distresses — SB 3.4.4
ārti-hetavaḥ — the cause of all inauspiciousness — SB 3.17.4
ārti-jihīrṣaya — willing to relieve the distress of the sufferers — SB 3.1.43
ārti-mūlam — full of anxieties — SB 3.9.6
ārti-nāśanaḥ — it immediately vanquishes all kinds of disease — SB 9.17.4
ārti-yutaḥ — afflicted by distress — SB 3.4.21
artiḥ — pains — SB 2.2.27