Synonyms Index

ā-mānasa-acalāt — up to Mānasa Mountain — SB 4.16.14
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — constantly — SB 1.7.46
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — continuously — SB 1.8.36, SB 5.15.7
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — repeatedly — SB 3.18.16, SB 10.85.53, SB 11.29.24
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — again and again — SB 7.14.30-33, SB 9.14.5, SB 9.15.16
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — incessantly — SB 10.25.10
abhīkṣṇaśaḥ — perpetually — SB 10.47.63
agha-nāśanam — by hearing which one can be freed from all misfortune — SB 8.5.1
agha-ogha-nāśaḥ — who annihilates all kinds of inauspicious offenses for a devotee — CC Madhya 25.128
akṛta-enasām — of those who are sinless — SB 4.11.8
āmāra sarva-nāśa — My ruination — CC Antya 12.113
āmāra sarva-nāśa haya — I become minimized in My strength — CC Madhya 25.73
ananya-manasaḥ — without deviation of the mind — Bg 9.13
anāsakta — without attachment — CC Madhya 16.238
anāsakta hañā — being without attachment — CC Madhya 16.243
anaśana — starvation — SB 5.26.8
anaśana-ādikam — not take sufficient food — SB 7.12.23
anaśanāt amī — because of fasting — SB 2.8.26
anaśane — activities in devotional service — SB 2.6.21
anāsaṅgaiḥ — without attachment — CC Madhya 24.172
anāsanna — not taken shelter — SB 3.20.27
anāśayan — extinguished — SB 4.5.15
anenasaḥ — of Anenā — SB 9.17.11
anīnaśat — drove away or annihilated — SB 9.15.15
antaḥ-manasaḥ — of the internal mind — SB 3.5.45
anurakta-manasaḥ — their minds very much attached to Him — SB 10.16.20
artha-vyaya-nāśa-cintayā — by the thought of expenditure and loss — SB 5.26.36
ārti-nāśanaḥ — it immediately vanquishes all kinds of disease — SB 9.17.4
āsakta-manasaḥ — having become attached within the mind — SB 11.21.24
ātma-jijñāsayā — by inquiry into spiritual realization or self-realization — SB 6.4.14
ātma-nāśam — forgetfulness of one’s own constitutional position — SB 9.19.20
auśanasam — of Śukrācārya — SB 6.7.18
auśanasau — sons of Śukrācārya — SB 7.5.48
avāk-manasam — beyond the description of mind and words — SB 5.1.21
aviddha-nasaḥ — whose noses were not pierced — SB 3.3.4
avidyā-nāśaka — vanquisher of māyā — CC Antya 5.145
bhagna-manasaḥ — being brokenhearted — SB 8.6.36
buddhi-nāśa — loss of intelligence — CC Madhya 9.227, NBS 44
buddhi-nāśa — bereft of intelligence — CC Antya 5.138
buddhi-nāśaḥ — loss of intelligence — Bg 2.63
buddhi-nāśāt — and from loss of intelligence — Bg 2.63
dāridrya-nāśa — the end of poverty-stricken life — CC Madhya 20.142
dhairya-nāśa — loss of patience — CC Antya 3.238
dharma-jijñāsayā — with a desire to know the supreme, ultimate religious principle (devotional service) — SB 6.12.23
dharma-nāśa — destruction of religion — CC Antya 19.9
duḥsvapna-nāśam — counteracting the causes of bad dreams — SB 8.4.14
dui-loka-nāśa — destruction in this world and the next — CC Madhya 17.121
duṣṭa-nāśaka-vīrya — the extraordinary power to kill rogues and miscreants — CC Madhya 20.372
ei ūnaṣaṣṭi prakāra artha — in this way fifty-nine imports — CC Madhya 24.302
eka-manasā — along with the one mind — SB 11.22.22