Synonyms Index

ā-nīla-niṣadha-āyatau — on the northern side up to the mountain known as Nīla and on the southern side up to the mountain known as Niṣadha — SB 5.16.10
abhilabdhamānām — had gotten her previously — SB 9.10.6-7
abhilabhate — he gets — SB 5.14.36
abhilabheta — particularly received — SB 2.3.23
abhilabhyate — are attained — SB 11.5.36
abhilabhyate — are achieved — CC Madhya 20.347
abhilakṣaṇam — the distinct characteristics — SB 3.26.37
abhilambhanam — how there was achievement (by her husband) — SB 9.3.23
abhilāṣa — attachment — CC Adi 14.63
abhilāṣa — desires — CC Madhya 6.231
abhilāṣa — desire — CC Madhya 9.119, CC Madhya 11.231
abhilāṣa — ambition — CC Madhya 14.174, CC Madhya 14.176, CC Madhya 14.188
abhilāṣa — desiring — CC Antya 20.56
abhilaṣan — always lusting after — SB 4.28.9
abhilāṣe — in desires — CC Madhya 2.80
abhilāṣe — aspiration — CC Madhya 22.41
abhinaya karāilā — taught how to express by dramatic performances — CC Antya 5.22
abhiṣeka kaila — performed the bathing — CC Madhya 16.52
ācamana kailā — washing His hands and mouth — CC Antya 6.94
ācamana karāilā — made them wash their hands, feet and mouths — CC Madhya 6.46
ācarila — practiced — CC Madhya 16.242
ācarila — he has performed — CC Antya 6.222
ācarilā — performed — CC Antya 3.43
ācārya ha-ila — becomes a spiritual master — CC Madhya 18.121-122
ācārya kahila — Bhagavān Ācārya informed — CC Antya 2.111
ācārye puchilā — inquired from Bhagavān Ācārya — CC Antya 2.109
ācārye pūjila — worshiped Advaita Ācārya — CC Madhya 15.10
ācchādila — covered — CC Adi 10.86, CC Adi 16.97, CC Madhya 4.82, CC Madhya 8.193
āchila — there was — CC Adi 13.108, CC Adi 13.109
āchila — came — CC Madhya 9.247
āchila — were — CC Madhya 20.27
āchila — it was — CC Antya 10.156
āchila — was — CC Antya 11.97, CC Antya 18.93
āchilā — remained — CC Madhya 11.241
āchilā — were — CC Madhya 13.183
āchilāṅ — was — CC Adi 17.110
āchilāṅ — I was — CC Madhya 7.146
āchilāṅa — was present — CC Madhya 18.140
āḍāila-grāme — in the village known as Āḍāila — CC Madhya 19.61
adharma-śīla — who are irreligious — SB 9.5.6
adharma-śīlasya — of one who is engaged in irreligion — SB 3.5.3
adhika ha-ila — was greater — CC Madhya 12.91
adhyayana-līlā — pastimes of studying — CC Adi 15.7
ādi-līlā — the original pastimes — CC Adi 13.15
ādi-līlā — the first part of His pastimes — CC Adi 13.51
ādi-līlā madhya-līlā antya-līlā āra — therefore there are three periods, namely the ādi-līlā, madhya-līlā and antya-līlā — CC Madhya 1.21
ādi-līlā nāma — are called ādi-līlā — CC Madhya 1.15
ādi-līlāra — of the ādi-līlā (the first portion of Lord Caitanya’s pastimes) — CC Adi 17.274
ādi-līlāra — of the First Canto, known as Ādi-līlā — CC Adi 17.313
ādi-līlāra — of the Ādi-līlā (first canto) — CC Adi 17.328