Synonyms Index

abhiṣeka kaila — performed the bathing — CC Madhya 16.52
ācamana kailā — washing His hands and mouth — CC Antya 6.94
ājñā kailā — ordered — CC Antya 1.112, CC Antya 2.40
āliṅgana kailā — embraced — CC Antya 1.209, CC Antya 6.192, CC Antya 13.122
aṅgīkāra kailā — accepted — CC Adi 14.68
aṅgīkāra kailā — You accepted — CC Antya 3.74
aṅgīkāra kailā — accepted as one of the associates — CC Antya 5.157
aṅgīkāra kailā — You have accepted — CC Antya 11.28
aṅgīkāra kailā — did accept — CC Antya 13.19
aṅgīkāra kaila — accepted — CC Madhya 17.20
antardhāna kaila — disappeared — CC Adi 5.196, CC Madhya 4.44, CC Madhya 9.63, CC Madhya 9.193
antardhāna kailā — disappeared — CC Antya 15.30
anubhava kaila — perceived — CC Madhya 4.78
ārambha kaila — began — CC Madhya 14.63, CC Madhya 16.40
ātma-ghāta kaila — has committed suicide — CC Antya 2.156
ātma-nindā kaila — made self-reproach — CC Madhya 15.259
baḍa kṛpā kailā — You have shown Your causeless mercy — CC Madhya 17.94
baḍa kṛpā kailā — bestowed great mercy — CC Antya 2.39
bahu bhakti kaila — offered him devotional service — CC Antya 2.32
bahu-kṛpā kailā — showed much affection because of love and mercy — CC Antya 1.46
bahu-kṛpā kailā — showed much mercy — CC Antya 12.44
bahu yatna kailā — requested fervently — CC Antya 8.86
bāhya-sphūrti kaila — awakened the external consciousness — CC Antya 19.100
bhāla kaila — he has done well — CC Antya 6.222, CC Antya 6.284
bhāla kailā upadeśa — you have given good advice — CC Antya 4.144
bhikṣā kaila — took His luncheon — CC Madhya 9.185
bhikṣā kaila — took lunch — CC Madhya 16.286
bhikṣā kaila — accepted lunch — CC Madhya 18.21
bhikṣā kaila — took prasādam — CC Antya 7.170
bhikṣā kailā — You accepted food — CC Madhya 17.78
bhikṣā kailā — accepted lunch — CC Madhya 17.167
bhikṣā kailā — honored the prasādam — CC Antya 11.87
bhojana kaila — took His lunch — CC Madhya 15.253
bhojana kailā — took His lunch — CC Antya 10.129
chadma kaila — pretended — CC Madhya 10.155
ciḍā-mahotsava kailā — performed the festival of chipped rice — CC Antya 20.112
daṇḍavat kailā — offered obeisances — CC Madhya 19.66, CC Madhya 21.62, CC Antya 1.31, CC Antya 13.73
daṇḍavat kailā — offered his respects, falling down — CC Antya 6.163
daṇḍavat kailā — he offered obeisances — CC Antya 12.88
daṇḍavat kaila — he offered obeisances — CC Antya 12.57
daraśana kailā — saw the Deity — CC Madhya 18.48
dhyāna kaila — meditated — CC Antya 2.61
dṛḍha kaila — decided to accept rigidly — CC Madhya 11.59
dūra kaila — separated — CC Madhya 20.361
dūra kailā — put aside — CC Antya 13.12
gaṅgā-pāra kaila — he got him across the Ganges — CC Madhya 20.15
gauḍe yātrā kaila — went back to Bengal — CC Madhya 25.221
goloka darśana kaila — saw Goloka — CC Madhya 18.136
goṣṭhī kaila — discussed — CC Madhya 9.237