Synonyms Index

a-tat-dhiyā — by accepting the body as the self — SB 7.9.17
abhidhīyamānā — being called — SB 5.17.1
abhidhīyate — is indicated — Bg 17.26-27
abhidhīyate — is said — Bg 18.11
abhidhīyate — is known — SB 3.29.37
abhidhīyate — is understood — SB 4.29.74
abhidhīyate — each is described — SB 11.16.41
abhidhīyate — is designated — SB 12.11.21
adhiyā — through ignorance — SB 3.23.55
adhiyajña-patim — the master of all sacrifices — SB 4.14.32
adhiyajñaḥ — the Lord of sacrifice — Bg 8.2
adhiyajñaḥ — the Supersoul — Bg 8.4
adhiyajñaḥ — the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 2.7.17
adhiyajñaḥ — the enjoyer of all sacrifices — SB 3.29.38
adhiyajñam — the Supreme Supersoul — SB 6.13.21
adhiyajñam — the enjoyer of all ritualistic ceremonies — SB 7.10.12
adhiyajñam — to satisfy the master of all yajñas — SB 9.4.22
adhiyajñe — unto the supreme proprietor, the supreme enjoyer — SB 9.4.21
adhīyānaḥ — by regular study — SB 4.24.76
adhīyānam api — although fully studying — SB 5.9.5
adhīyanta — they have learned — SB 12.7.6
adhiyanti — achieve — SB 8.6.12
adhīyataḥ — by cultivation — SB 4.29.38
adhokṣaja-dhiyā — although Garga Muni was visible to the senses, Nanda Mahārāja maintained a very high respect for him — SB 10.8.2
adūṣita-dhiyaḥ — whose intelligence was not as polluted (as that of their fathers) — SB 7.5.56-57
aham-dhiyā — because of false ego — SB 10.46.41
aindriye dhiyaḥ — whose minds are absorbed in thoughts of superior sense gratification — SB 5.18.22
anargala-dhiyām — constantly thinking of Rādhā-Kṛṣṇa — CC Antya 1.138
antaḥ-adhīyata — disappeared — SB 8.17.21
antaradhīyata — disappeared — SB 3.19.15, SB 7.2.59, SB 10.77.21, CC Antya 15.81
antaradhīyata — disappeared from the vision of Lord Śiva and his associates — SB 8.12.17
antaradhīyata — disappeared from that place — SB 8.24.39
antaradhīyata — He disappeared — SB 10.29.48
anukampita-dhiyā — out of compassion — SB 3.28.29
anurakta-dhiyām — for those whose minds are naturally attached in a favorable way — SB 11.5.48
anuvidhīyate — becomes constantly engaged — Bg 2.67
anuvidhīyate — it is so described — SB 2.10.45
api dhīyante — are out of sight — SB 3.11.29
apṛthak-dhiyaḥ — who do not consider distinctions — SB 6.16.43
artha-dhiyām — who aspire to fulfill material desires — SB 5.3.15
avadhīyamānaḥ — existing as the controller — SB 5.11.13-14
avyagra-dhiyaḥ — with undivided attention — SB 10.68.21
avyavadhīyamānaḥ — not being covered — SB 12.6.67
bāndhiyā — binding — CC Madhya 1.198, CC Madhya 6.218, CC Antya 13.51
bāndhiyā — binding up — CC Madhya 3.117
bāndhiyā — after binding — CC Madhya 14.133
bāndhiyā — erecting — CC Antya 13.70
bāndhiyā ānila — he was arrested and brought there — CC Antya 9.55
dhiyā — in full consciousness — SB 2.1.18