Synonyms Index

anuvidhema — I perform — SB 3.9.4, CC Antya 5.124-125
anuvidhema — we offer obeisances, following in the footsteps of the ācāryas — CC Madhya 25.38
dagdha hema — molten gold — CC Adi 4.209
hema — very cold — SB 8.2.25
hema — with gold — SB 10.51.50, CC Antya 19.95
hema — of gold — SB 10.81.29-32
hema — golden colored — SB 11.14.36-42
hema-abja — of white lotus flowers — CC Antya 18.92
hema-abja — white lotus flowers — CC Antya 18.94
hema-abje — with the white lotus flowers — CC Antya 18.94
hema-ādīni — such as gold — SB 6.16.6
hema-aṅgada-lasat-bāhuḥ — decorated with golden bangles on his arms — SB 8.15.8-9
hema-aṅgaḥ — whose body was like molten gold — CC Adi 3.49, CC Madhya 10.170
hema-aṅgaḥ — having a body like molten gold — CC Madhya 6.104
hema-bhāra — volumes of gold — CC Madhya 6.171
hema-bhūṣaṇam — decorated with ornaments of gold — SB 8.11.30
hema-jaḍi — set in gold — CC Adi 13.113
hema-jāla-akṣa — from dainty little windows made of networks of gold — SB 8.15.19
hema-kalaśaiḥ — with golden waterpots — SB 9.11.27
hema-kāraḥ — the expert who knows about gold — SB 7.7.21
hema-kumbha — golden waterpots on the domes — SB 9.10.17
hema-kumbhaiḥ — with gold pinnacles — SB 3.23.18
hema-latā — a golden creeper — SB 8.8.18
hema-mālī — with a golden garland — SB 4.13.36
hema-mālinām — decorated with garlands of gold — SB 10.1.31-32
hema-maya — golden — CC Madhya 13.19
hema-mayam — possessing the luster of gold — SB 7.4.4
hema-nalīnam — like a golden lotus — Bs 5.18
hema-siṁha — upon a golden throne — SB 12.13.13
hema-tālābhaiḥ — like golden palm trees — SB 4.10.18-19
hema-toraṇaiḥ — with gates of gold — SB 3.23.19
hemācala — Himalayan mountain — CC Madhya 13.173
hemacandraḥ — was named Hemacandra — SB 9.2.34
hemaiḥ — of gold — SB 10.50.50-53
hemakūṭāt — from Hemakūṭa Mountain — SB 5.17.9
hemāṅgada — Hemāṅgada — SB 9.24.49
hemante — before the winter season — SB 7.14.20-23
hemante — during the winter — SB 10.22.1
jāmbū-nada-hema — gold from the Jāmbū River — CC Madhya 2.43
jāmbū-nada hema — the golden particles found in the Jāmbū River — CC Antya 20.62
maṇi-hema-ketubhiḥ — with flags made with pearls and gold — SB 8.15.20
niṣadhaḥ hema-kūṭaḥ himālayaḥ — three mountains named Niṣadha, Hemakūṭa and Himālaya — SB 5.16.9
tapta-hema — molten gold — SB 4.24.24-25
tapta-hema — as molten gold — CC Adi 3.41
tapta-hema-ābhaḥ — whose bodily luster became like molten gold — SB 7.3.23
tapta-hema-avadātena — with a luster like that of molten gold — SB 8.6.3-7
tāra-hema — of pearls and gold — SB 4.6.27
udvahema — carry carefully — SB 10.68.37