Synonyms Index

abhimāna-sukhe — in the happiness of that conception — CC Adi 6.43
abhimukhe — in front of — SB 2.7.47
abhimukhe — in front — SB 7.2.20
āji-mukhe — in the very beginning of the battle — SB 6.10.29
āmukhe — by introduction — CC Antya 1.134
antaḥ-khe — in the middle of the sky — SB 3.19.14
āpana-duḥkhe — in my own unhappiness — CC Antya 8.23
āpanāra duḥkhe — in my own unhappiness — CC Antya 8.25
āpanāra sukha-duḥkhe — for personal happiness and distress — CC Antya 9.75
apāṅga-puṅkhena — by the arrow of glancing — SB 4.25.25
arka-śākhe — two branches of arka trees — SB 10.72.37
asukhena — with great difficulty — SB 4.22.40
ātma-sukha-duḥkhe — in personal happiness or distress — CC Adi 4.174
ātma-sukhera — of personal sense gratification — CC Antya 20.62
baḍa-sukhe — with great happiness — CC Adi 16.39
baḍa sukhe — very great pleasure — CC Madhya 25.219
baḍa sukhe — very great happiness — CC Antya 3.175
bāṭa dekhe — looks at the path — CC Madhya 4.33
bhakta-mukhe — through the mouth of His devotees — CC Madhya 25.267
bhokhe — became very hungry — CC Antya 12.19
bhokhe mari’ genu — I am dying from hunger — CC Antya 12.20
bhūmi likhe — marked the ground — CC Antya 14.36
brahma-sukhe — in the transcendental bliss of becoming one with the Supreme — CC Adi 5.39
caitanya-kathā-sukhe — in the happiness of talks of Lord Caitanya — CC Antya 12.99
caitanyera khelā — the activities of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu — CC Antya 5.87
dekhe — one sees — CC Adi 2.13, CC Adi 5.21, CC Madhya 18.108
dekhe — He saw — CC Adi 3.96, CC Madhya 14.52
dekhe — waiting to see — CC Adi 17.283
dekhe — visits — CC Madhya 1.239
dekhe — he saw — CC Madhya 4.35, CC Antya 11.17
dekhe — and see — CC Madhya 9.88
dekhe — Nārada Muni saw — CC Madhya 24.234
dekhechoṅ — I have seen — CC Antya 18.55
dekhena — He visited — CC Madhya 9.281
dekhena — He sees — CC Madhya 9.281, CC Antya 2.80, CC Antya 19.85
dekhena — He saw — CC Antya 16.85
dekhena — they see — CC Antya 18.44
duḥkhe — and distress — Bg 2.38, SB 4.28.37
duḥkhe — in misery — SB 3.10.26
duḥkhe — in distress — SB 4.20.13
duḥkhe — the unhappiness — CC Madhya 7.24
duḥkhe — in great distress — CC Madhya 7.139, CC Madhya 21.132