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Synonyms Index

cyavana — Cyavana — SB 10.86.18
cyavana-āśramam — to the āśrama cottage of Cyavana Muni — SB 9.3.2
cyavanaḥ — Cyavana — SB 6.15.12-15, SB 9.22.1, SB 9.22.4-5
cyavanaḥ — Cyavana Muni — SB 9.3.24
cyavanaḥ devalaḥ asitaḥ — Cyavana, Devala and Asita — SB 10.84.2-5
cyavanam — the great sage Cyavana Muni — SB 9.3.10
cyavanasya — of Cyavana Muni — SB 9.3.18
śaṅkha-yavana-murāṇām — of the demons Śaṅkha (Pañcajana), Kālayavana and Mura — SB 10.37.15-20
sei yavana — that Muslim governor — CC Madhya 16.178
sthāna-cyavanāt — from falling from a position — SB 8.20.5
vasiṣṭhaḥ cyavanaḥ kaṇvaḥ — Vasiṣṭha, Cyavana and Kaṇva — SB 10.74.7-9
yavana — and by the Yavana soldiers — SB 4.28.10
yavana — by the Yavanas — SB 4.28.13, SB 10.52.5
yavana — of the Yavana — SB 10.51.13
yavana — a non-believer in the Vedic culture — CC Adi 8.38
yavana — of the Muslims — CC Adi 10.45
yavana — the Muslims — CC Adi 13.95, CC Adi 17.130
yavana — Muslims — CC Adi 17.124
yavana — the meat-eaters — CC Adi 17.185
yavana — meat-eaters — CC Adi 17.197
yavana — meat-eater — CC Adi 17.231, CC Madhya 20.4, CC Madhya 20.9
yavana — Muslim — CC Madhya 1.170, CC Madhya 16.158
yavana — Muslim governor — CC Madhya 16.198, CC Madhya 16.199
yavana — the Muslim soldiers — CC Madhya 18.28
yavana — persons who eat meat — CC Madhya 18.121-122
yavana — demons against the Vedic principles — CC Antya 3.50
yavana adhikārī — the Muslim governor — CC Madhya 16.172
yavana-ādi — meat-eaters and others — CC Madhya 18.213
yavana-indrasya — of the king of the barbarians — SB 12.12.37
yavana-īśaḥ — the King of the Yavanas — SB 10.51.7
yavana-īśvaraḥ — the King of the Yavanas — SB 4.27.27, SB 4.29.22
yavana-īśvaram — unto the king of the untouchables — SB 4.27.23
yavana jāti — by caste a Muslim — CC Madhya 1.223
yavana-kule — in the family of a Muslim — CC Madhya 16.181
yavana-mana — the mind of the meat-eater — CC Madhya 20.14
yavana-pāśa giyā — going to the Muslim King — CC Madhya 16.162-163
yavana-rājā — Muslim king — CC Madhya 1.168
yavana-sakalera — of all the yavanas — CC Antya 3.53
yavana-śāstre — in the scriptures of the meat-eaters — CC Adi 17.171
yavanāḥ — the Turks — SB 2.4.18
yavanāḥ — the kings of Persia and other adjoining places — SB 2.7.34-35
yavanāḥ — the Yavanas — SB 4.28.4
yavanāḥ — Yavanas — SB 4.29.23-25, SB 12.1.28
yavanāḥ — even the unclean — CC Adi 17.1
yavanāḥ — persons who do not follow the Vedic injunctions and who eat cow’s flesh — CC Madhya 24.179, CC Madhya 24.209
yavanaḥ — a barbarian (named Kālayavana) — SB 10.50.43
yavanaḥ — foreign barbarian — SB 10.50.46
yavanaḥ — the barbarian Kālayavana — SB 10.51.1-6
yavanaḥ — barbarian — SB 10.51.41
yavanaiḥ — and by the Yavanas — SB 4.28.6