Synonyms Index

karena prārthana — desires — CC Antya 7.46
kārya-artha-gaurave — in the matter of an important duty — SB 8.6.20
kim artham — what is the purpose — SB 6.1.34-36
kim artham — for what purpose — SB 11.7.70
kim artham — why — CC Antya 6.285
krīḍā-artham — for the sake of pastimes — SB 8.22.20
kriyā-arthā — for fruitive activities — SB 3.9.9
kriyā-arthaḥ — for the matter of sacrifice — SB 2.7.47
kriyā-arthaiḥ — by fruitive activities and their results — SB 5.18.36
kṛta-artha — very much obliged — CC Adi 7.91
kṛta-artha — favor — CC Madhya 1.274
kṛta-artha — successful — CC Madhya 3.15, CC Madhya 9.161
kṛta-artha — very successful — CC Madhya 9.80
kṛta-artha — fully satisfied — CC Antya 2.7, CC Antya 2.9
kṛta-artha — obliged — CC Antya 16.21
kṛta-artha ha-ilāṅa — have become very much obligated — CC Madhya 12.62
kṛta-artha hailā — have become graced — CC Madhya 13.97
kṛta-artha karilā — you have obliged — CC Antya 1.133
kṛta-arthaḥ asmi — I am fully satisfied — CC Madhya 22.42, CC Madhya 24.219
kṛta-sauhṛda-arthāḥ — very eager to develop love (in a relationship of dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya or mādhurya) — SB 5.5.3
kṛtārtha — satisfied — CC Antya 5.70
kṛtārtha ha-ilāṅa — I have become very satisfied — CC Antya 5.67
kṛtārtha mānilā — he felt greatly obligated — CC Antya 6.154
labdha-arthaḥ — He got the gift — SB 8.15.1-2
loka-anuśāsana-artham — just to instruct the people — SB 5.5.28
loka-nirīkṣaṇa-artham — just to study the characteristics of the people of this world — SB 5.10.20
makha-artham — for the sacrifice — SB 1.15.9
mat-anugraha-arthaḥ — thinking that to achieve My mercy is the aim of life — SB 5.5.15
mat-artha — for Me — CC Adi 4.176
mat-artham — for My sake — Bg 12.10
mat-artham — for the sake of achieving Me — SB 11.19.20-24
mat-artham — for Me — SB 11.29.9
mat-vadha-artham — for the purpose of killing me — SB 1.9.38
mukhya-artha — direct meaning — CC Adi 7.137, CC Madhya 6.134
mukhya-artha — chief meaning — CC Madhya 6.135
mukhya-artha — the original meaning — CC Madhya 25.25
mukhya-artha — the direct meaning — CC Madhya 25.26
mukhya-artha-vivaraṇa — description of the direct meaning — CC Madhya 25.89
mūla-artha — the real meaning — CC Madhya 24.106
na samarthayati — does not bestow — SB 10.81.37
nānā-artha — in terms of material varieties — SB 11.28.3
nānā-artha — different imports — CC Madhya 24.59
nānā artha kaya — there are varieties of imports — CC Madhya 24.318
nara-loka-sa-artham — the field of self-interested material activities — SB 5.14.41
nava artha — of the nine different types of explanations — CC Madhya 6.193
niḥśreyasa-arthāya — for the ultimate perfection — SB 3.26.2
nirarthaḥ — futile — SB 11.29.21
nirarthakam — without meaning — SB 4.16.19
nirīkṣā-artham — in order to witness — SB 10.36.37
niścita-arthāḥ — those who have ascertained the actual meaning of the soul — SB 11.13.33