Synonyms Index

aindriyaḥ — in the matter of the senses — SB 3.10.16
aindriyaḥ — in the mode of passion — SB 11.22.33
aindriyakam — produced by the senses — SB 7.2.48
aindriyakam — with reference to the material senses — SB 7.6.3
aindriyakam — knowledge derived from the senses — SB 7.15.58
aindriyakam — generated from the material senses — SB 11.8.1
aindriyam — the senses — SB 5.17.22-23
aindriyam — all the senses — SB 5.18.32
aindriyam — all meant for sense gratification — SB 7.9.24
aindriyāt — for sense gratification — SB 3.25.26
ajita-indriyaḥ — unable to control my senses — SB 6.18.40
ajita-indriyaḥ — being unable to control the senses — SB 7.4.19
ajita-indriyaḥ — who has not conquered the senses — SB 7.6.9
ajita-indriyaḥ — because of being unable to control the senses — SB 7.6.15
ajita-indriyaḥ — not having learned to control his senses — SB 11.3.45
ajita-indriyaḥ — having never learned to control his senses — SB 11.7.56
ajita-indriyaḥ — having not controlled the senses — SB 11.26.17
ajita-indriyam — a person who is not self-controlled — SB 8.19.21
ajita-indriyāṇām — of persons who cannot control the senses — SB 7.9.46
akhila-indriyaḥ — all actions of the external senses — SB 10.12.44
ākula-indriyaḥ — being full of anxiety — SB 6.1.28-29
artha-indriya-ārāmaḥ — too attached to material enjoyment — SB 6.18.39
ati-indriyam — beyond the perception of material senses — SB 8.3.20-21
ati-indriyam — transcendentally situated — SB 9.6.35-36
ati-indriyam — which an ordinary person cannot understand because it is beyond his vision — SB 10.8.5
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriyaḥ — whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental bliss — SB 10.13.56
atīndriyam — transcendental — Bg 6.20-23
atīndriyam — not seen before — SB 10.28.10
atīndriyam — beyond the purview of the senses — SB 10.61.21
ātma-indriya-āśayam — his body, senses and mind — SB 12.10.4
ātma-indriya-jayena — by controlling the mind and senses — SB 3.32.34-36
ātma-indriya-prīti — for the pleasure of one’s own senses — CC Adi 4.165
ātura-indriyaḥ — who is distressed — SB 4.3.21
avahita-indriyaḥ — fixed in mind, without deviation — SB 8.5.25
avicala-indriyaḥ — without being disturbed by sense agitation — SB 4.12.14
avijita-indriyaḥ — who has not controlled the senses — SB 10.20.38
bahiḥ-indriyāṇi — external senses — SB 9.6.51
bala-indriyaḥ — whose strength and power of the senses — SB 6.17.2-3
bhūta-indriya — composed of elements and senses — SB 7.9.35
bhūta-indriya-āśayam — resting place of the senses and the objects of the senses — SB 4.8.77
bhūta-indriya-ātmakam — the original cause of the senses and the living beings — CC Madhya 25.36
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ — consisting of body, senses and mind — SB 3.27.13
deha-indriya — all the limbs and senses of My body — CC Madhya 2.40
deha-indriya-asvāśaya — the bodily senses — SB 5.10.22
deha-indriya-mana — the body, senses and mind — CC Madhya 24.63
deha-prāṇa-indriya — to the body, life air and senses — SB 10.6.27-29
indriya — of the sense organs — Bg 4.26
indriya — and senses — Bg 18.33