Synonyms Index

asita-pañcamyām — on the fifth day of the dark fortnight — CC Antya 20.157
aṣṭa-pañcāśa — they become fifty-eight — CC Madhya 24.294
bhakta pañca jana — five devotees — CC Madhya 25.178
catuḥ-pañca — four or five — SB 10.37.29
caudda-śata pañcānne — in the year 1455 — CC Adi 13.9
daśa pañca — fifteen — SB 3.11.7, SB 3.11.8
daśa-pañca-catuḥ-śatam — fifteen thousand four hundred — SB 12.13.4-9
dina pāṅca — five days — CC Madhya 7.54
dina pañca — five days — CC Madhya 25.177
dina pañca-daśa — fifteen days — CC Madhya 15.190
dina pāṅca-sāta — five or seven days — CC Madhya 1.232
dina pāṅca-sāta — five to seven days — CC Antya 12.77
dina-pāṅca-sāta — five or seven days — CC Madhya 10.59
ei pañca — these five kinds of transcendental mellows — CC Madhya 23.46
ei pañca aṅga — these five limbs — CC Madhya 22.129
ei pañca-doṣe — by the above-mentioned five faults — CC Adi 16.68
eka-pañcāśat — fifty-one — SB 5.21.7
ekona-pañcāśat — forty-nine — SB 4.1.61
hāta pāṅca-chaya — five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half) — CC Antya 14.64
hayaśīrṣa-pañcarātre — the revealed scripture named the Hayaśīrṣa-pañcarātra — CC Madhya 20.237
herā-pañcamī — the function of Herā-pañcamī — CC Madhya 14.107
herā-pañcamī — Herā-pañcamī, which takes place on the fifth day of Ratha-yātrā — CC Madhya 25.252
herā-pañcamī-yātrā — the festival of Herā-pañcamī — CC Madhya 16.54, CC Antya 10.105
herā-pañcamīra dina — the day of Herā-pañcamī — CC Madhya 14.106
herā-pañcamīra raṅge — performance of the festival known as Herā-pañcamī — CC Madhya 14.114
herā-pañcamīte — on the day of Herā-pañcamī — CC Madhya 1.145
janā-pāṅca — five brāhmaṇas — CC Madhya 4.69
janā pāṅca-sāta — five to seven men — CC Madhya 4.71
kāñcana-pañcālikā — a doll made of gold — CC Madhya 8.269
kārya pāṅca-sāta — five to seven different purposes — CC Antya 2.169
kṛṣṇa-rāsa-pañca-adhyāya — the five chapters in the Tenth Canto of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam in which Lord Kṛṣṇa’s pastimes of the rāsa dance are described — CC Madhya 11.56
kuru-pañcāla — the countries occupied by the Kurus and Pañcālas — SB 10.2.3
makara-paṅcasi — the full-moon day in the month of Māgha — CC Madhya 18.146
muraḥ pañcajana-ādayaḥ — Mura, Pañcajana and others — SB 12.12.40-41
niṣprapañcaḥ — completely transcendental to material existence — SB 10.14.37
pañca — five — Bg 13.6-7, Bg 18.13, Bg 18.15
pañca — the five — SB 2.9.17, SB 11.21.5
pañca — the five objects of the senses (sound, form, touch, aroma and taste) — SB 6.1.50
pañca — five different varieties of products from the cow, namely milk, yogurt, clarified butter, cow dung and cow urine — SB 8.8.11
pañca — five sons — SB 9.21.31-33
pañca — of five elements — SB 11.13.23
pañca — plus five (the subtle forms of the sense objects) — SB 11.22.1-3
pañca — plus five — SB 12.6.74
pañca — the fifth — CC Adi 1.26
pañca — five pots — CC Madhya 4.206
pañca — all five — CC Madhya 8.87, CC Antya 15.15
pañca — all five qualities — CC Madhya 19.233
pāñca — five — CC Adi 7.27
pāṅca — five — CC Madhya 2.22, CC Antya 15.18