Synonyms Index

ādhāram — repose — SB 4.8.78
adharam — his lips — SB 4.18.1
adharam — the lips — SB 10.30.30
adharam — whose lips — SB 10.39.46-48
adharam — with lips — SB 10.60.30
adharām — the lower — SB 6.12.27-29
ādharam — of His lips — SB 10.62.15
agha-haram — neutralizing the effect of sinful life — SB 6.2.14
agha-ogha-haram — who takes away everything inauspicious from the devotee — SB 11.3.31, CC Madhya 25.140
āhāram — food — SB 5.9.11
ati-bharam — too burdensome — SB 1.16.34
bharam — burden — SB 1.3.23
bharam — the false burden or responsibility (of maintaining one’s family, society and nation and elaborate arrangements for that purpose) — SB 7.9.43
bharam — the burden — SB 10.1.22, SB 10.48.24, SB 10.75.39
bhāram — a burden — SB 4.29.33, SB 10.50.7-8
bhāram — a mass — SB 10.70.32
bimba-adharam — red lips — SB 4.26.25
cala-adharam — moving lips — CC Madhya 14.181
daharam — subtle — SB 10.87.18
daharam — the sky within the heart, the subtle conception of the Supersoul within the heart — CC Madhya 24.166, CC Madhya 24.213
dehārāmī — a person who has accepted the body as the self and is interested only in sense gratification — CC Madhya 24.212
dehārāmī — those in the bodily concept of life — CC Madhya 24.214
dehārāmī — persons who are in the bodily concept of life — CC Madhya 24.218
dehārāmī haya — are within the category of the bodily concept of life — CC Madhya 24.216
dhanuḥ-dharam — carrying a bow — SB 9.15.29
dharam — wearing — Bg 11.10-11
dharam — bearing — SB 3.18.2, SB 3.28.13
dharam — holding — SB 3.21.10, SB 10.39.51-52
dharam — who carried — SB 4.19.20
dharam — carrying — SB 12.10.11-13
dharām — land — SB 3.3.27
dharām — on the earth — SB 3.6.28
dogdhāram — milkman — SB 4.18.9-10
durbharam — unbearable — SB 4.13.43
gadā-dharam — and with a club in the hand — SB 2.2.8
gadā-dharam — holding the club — CC Madhya 24.156
giri-śikharam — to the peak of Nīla Mountain — SB 5.17.8
guñjā-hāram — the garland of conchshells — CC Antya 6.327
guru-bharam — a great burden — SB 9.24.67
haram — who dispels — SB 3.20.25
haram — Lord Śiva — SB 6.17.12, SB 10.88.17
haram — which removes — SB 10.57.42
haram — which takes away — SB 11.31.24
hāram — a pearl necklace — SB 4.9.38
hāram — necklace — SB 4.15.16
hāram — garland or necklace — SB 8.8.16
hāram — the activities of the Lord, which should be heard and kept on the neck as a garland — SB 10.7.1-2
hāram — whose pearl necklaces — SB 10.75.33