Synonyms Index

abhyuddhāraḥ — pulling out — SB 3.30.26
adharaḥ — chin — SB 2.1.32
adharaḥ — whose lips — SB 6.5.35, SB 7.5.25, CC Antya 15.14
adharaḥ — His lower lip — SB 12.11.6-8
ādhāraḥ — the fundamental basis — SB 11.22.19
ādhāraḥ — the foundation — SB 11.24.19
ādhāraḥ — the basis — SB 12.5.8
āhārāḥ — eating — Bg 4.29
āhārāḥ — food — Bg 17.8, Bg 17.9
āhāraḥ — eating — Bg 17.7, SB 3.30.15, SB 4.23.5
āhāraḥ — food for the senses — SB 1.13.56
akṛta-āhāraḥ — who refrained from taking food — SB 9.5.18
amogha-vihāraḥ — whose playful activities are impeccable — SB 10.16.49
anādhāraḥ — without being supported by anything — SB 8.7.6
ānata-kandharaḥ — bowing down his shoulder — SB 4.22.4
asi-dharaḥ — carrying a sword in the hand — SB 6.8.22
asum-bharāḥ — earning their own livelihood — SB 10.89.28
ati-āhāraḥ — overeating or too much collecting — NoI: verse 2
ātma-ādhāraḥ — one whose self is the reservoir and resting place of everything — SB 11.9.16
bali-hārāḥ — who are obedient to the worship — SB 7.3.7
bhāraḥ — the charge of administration — SB 1.19.17
bhāraḥ — a great burden — SB 2.3.21
bhāraḥ — burden — SB 3.3.14, SB 4.7.28
bhāraḥ — a load — SB 5.10.9
bhāraḥ — the burden created by the demons — SB 10.2.38
bhāraḥ — the burden — SB 11.6.28, SB 11.30.25
bharaḥ — he who maintained — SB 3.30.30
bharāḥ — feeling the burden — SB 10.29.29
bharāḥ — simply maintaining — SB 12.3.42
bhava-vrata-dharāḥ — taking a vow to satisfy Lord Śiva — SB 4.2.28
bhū-bhāraḥ — burden of the world — SB 1.15.35
bhūri-bhāraḥ — possessing a great abundance — SB 5.5.31
bīmba-adharaḥ — red lips — CC Adi 4.259
brahma-vrata-dharaḥ — one who is maintaining the vow of celibacy, or brahmacarya — SB 11.17.25
bṛhat-vrata-dharaḥ — maintaining the vow of celibacy, brahmacarya — SB 12.8.13
daṇḍa-dharaḥ — carrier of the scepter — SB 4.21.22
daṇḍa-dharaḥ — the supreme administrator of punishment — SB 6.3.7
daṇḍa-dharaḥ — the carrier of the rod of punishment — SB 6.17.11
daṇḍa-dharaḥ — a great personality who can punish others — SB 9.15.10
daśa-kandharaḥ — Rāvaṇa, who had ten heads — SB 2.7.23, SB 5.24.27
dehambharaḥ — intent upon maintaining his own body — SB 5.26.12
dhanuḥ-dharaḥ — the carrier of the bow and arrow — Bg 18.78
dhanuḥ-dharaḥ — holding his bow in his hand — SB 10.89.26-27
dharā-dharaḥ — the protector of the planet earth — SB 4.17.35
dharaḥ — possessing — SB 4.9.6
dharaḥ — putting on — SB 4.21.18
dharaḥ — holding — SB 6.4.35-39, SB 10.35.18-19
dharaḥ — the planet earth — SB 6.8.15
dharaḥ — the Lord who exerts — SB 10.16.28
dharaḥ — wearing — SB 10.32.2, SB 10.71.7