Synonyms Index

acetana deha — unconscious body — CC Antya 14.64
acetana hañā — being unconscious — CC Madhya 12.144
acetana-vat — almost unconscious — CC Madhya 14.134
acetanam — unintelligent — SB 3.26.51
acetanam — with undeveloped consciousness, foolish — SB 6.2.5-6
acetanam — almost unconscious — SB 6.14.60
acetanam — unconscious — SB 10.25.14
acetane — unconscious — CC Antya 19.88
acyuta-cetanaḥ — being fully Kṛṣṇa conscious — SB 9.15.41
aketanam — being situated without a shelter — SB 3.4.6
anabhipretān api — although not wanted by Jaḍa Bharata — SB 5.9.4
aniketanaḥ — without shelter — SB 3.24.42
apakṛṣṭa-cetanaḥ — having degraded consciousness — SB 4.27.3
cetanā — the living force — Bg 10.22
cetanā — living symptoms — Bg 13.6-7
cetanā — intelligence — SB 4.17.33
cetanā — and the mind — SB 4.20.12
cetanā — the consciousness — SB 11.21.20
cetana — feeling — SB 4.23.21
cetana — the consciousness — SB 6.10.3
cetana — conscious — CC Adi 12.24, CC Madhya 8.284
cetana — waking up — CC Antya 19.73
cetana-acetana — living entities and even the stones and wood — CC Madhya 24.58
cetana ha-ile — when there was consciousness — CC Antya 17.21
cetana karāite — to inspire to spiritual consciousness — CC Antya 5.115
cetana pāite — after coming to consciousness — CC Antya 14.71
cetana pāñā — coming to consciousness — CC Madhya 17.221
cetana pāñā — getting His senses back — CC Madhya 18.73
cetana-ujjhitāḥ — devoid of life — SB 12.10.23
cetanaḥ — he whose consciousness — SB 10.1.41
cetanaḥ — his mind — SB 11.26.6
cetanām — consciousness — SB 4.21.35, SB 4.22.30
cetanayā — by living force — SB 4.21.41
cetanayā — with the living entity — SB 4.29.74
etān — all of them — Bg 1.25
etān — unto them — SB 3.25.23
etān — all these soldiers of the demigods — SB 8.21.24
etān — those who are attached to Kṛṣṇa — SB 10.8.18, SB 10.26.21
etān — them — SB 10.85.50, SB 10.86.39
etān deśān — all these countries — SB 7.14.30-33
etāni — to these — SB 3.29.34
etāni — all these activities — SB 7.4.38
etāni — all these differences — SB 8.12.5
hañā acetana — becoming unconscious — CC Antya 17.12