Synonyms Index

abhijanena — aristocratic heritage — SB 11.5.9
adhama-janere — and fallen souls — CC Madhya 1.33
aiśvarya nā jāne — he does not know opulence — CC Madhya 14.217
ajane — of Lord Viṣṇu, who is always unborn — SB 10.3.1-5
āmi-dui-jane — both of us — CC Antya 4.33
amṛta-bhājane — containing nectar — SB 8.8.36
anañjanena — by the transcendental Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 9.5.8
anurañjanena — by the act of pleasing — CC Adi 4.224, CC Madhya 8.144
ati-guru-bhojane — because of eating too much — CC Antya 10.147
avanejane — in washing — SB 10.75.4-7
ayācaka-jane — a person who does not beg — CC Madhya 4.29
bahu-jane — unto many persons — CC Antya 4.171
bhajane — by the worship — CC Adi 4.179
bhajane — in serving — CC Madhya 22.136
bhajane — in devotional service — CC Madhya 24.25
bhajane — devotional service — CC Madhya 24.174
bhajane — by devotional service — CC Antya 4.56
bhajanera madhye — in executing devotional service — CC Antya 4.70
bhajanera yogya — fit for discharging devotional service — CC Antya 4.66
bhakta janera — of persons who are devotees — CC Madhya 18.42
bhāla jāne — knows very well how — CC Antya 5.82
bhojane — take prasādam — CC Madhya 4.83
bhojane — to eat — CC Antya 6.107, CC Antya 6.118, CC Antya 12.43
bhojane — to take lunch — CC Antya 12.124
bhojane vasilā — sat down to eat — CC Antya 2.109
bhojane vasilā — sat down to accept prasādam — CC Antya 10.146
bhojane vasilā — sat to take His food — CC Antya 12.130
bhojane vasila — sat down to accept the prasādam — CC Antya 7.69
bhojanera kāle — at the time of eating — CC Antya 1.21
bhojanera lāgi’ — for His eating — CC Antya 6.106
bhojaneṣu — or while eating together — Bg 11.41-42
bhojaneṣu — while eating together — CC Madhya 19.199-200
bhuñjāneṣu — engaged in taking their food — SB 10.13.12
cāmara-vyajane — the pair of yak-tail fans — SB 12.11.18
cāri-jane — four persons — CC Madhya 10.67
cāri jane — to these four persons — CC Madhya 13.35
cāri janera — of the four persons — CC Madhya 11.231, CC Antya 11.79
cāri-janera — of the original of the four expansions — CC Madhya 20.194
cāri-janere — the four persons — CC Madhya 18.166
daṇḍya-jane — a criminal — CC Madhya 20.118
daśa-biśa jane — enough for ten to twenty men — CC Madhya 24.267
deva-yajane — in the sacrifice of the demigods — SB 4.2.18
deva-yajane — in the arena for worshiping the demigods — SB 9.16.32
dīna-hīna jane — unto all poor men — CC Madhya 14.44
diyā bahu-jane — carried by many persons — CC Madhya 16.124
dui-dui jane — forming a party of two men — CC Madhya 14.78
dui-jane — both the brāhmaṇas — CC Madhya 5.34