Synonyms Index

abhivyudasta-māyaḥ — because all illusion is completely removed by Him — SB 10.12.39
amara-mayaḥ — consisting of the demigods (who are only external parts of the body) — SB 8.3.30
āmayaḥ — diseases — SB 1.5.33
āmayaḥ — leprosy — SB 3.16.5
āmayaḥ — a disease — SB 7.8.54, SB 10.4.38, SB 11.28.28
āmayaḥ — a diseased condition (particularly, distension of the stomach) — SB 10.37.6
amṛta-mayaḥ — the source of the substance of life — SB 5.22.10
amṛta-mayaḥ — full of soothing rays — SB 9.14.3
amṛta-mayaḥ — full of transcendental pleasure — SB 11.21.38-40
ānanda-mayaḥ — naturally so being — SB 2.2.31
anna-mayaḥ — the source of potency for food grains — SB 5.22.10
apa-smayāḥ — free of pride — SB 10.27.7
aparijñāna-mayaḥ — based on lack of full knowledge — SB 11.22.34
apatya-kāmāyāḥ — desiring to get a son — SB 9.9.26-27
bhrātṛ-jāmayaḥ — My brothers’ wives — SB 10.76.31
brahma-mayaḥ — the Supreme Parabrahman, the Absolute Truth — SB 9.10.2
brahma-mayaḥ — in a purely spiritual form — SB 10.46.32-33
chandaḥ-mayaḥ — personified Vedic hymns — SB 2.7.11
chandaḥ-mayaḥ — the form of the Vedas — SB 3.22.2
chandaḥ-mayaḥ — the personified Vedas — SB 6.8.29
chandaḥ-mayaḥ — full of Vedic verses — SB 8.7.30
chandaḥ-mayaḥ — comprising all the sacred Vedic meters — SB 11.21.38-40
dharma-mayaḥ — personified religious scripture — SB 2.4.19
dharma-mayaḥ — full of religious principles — SB 7.2.11
gata-smayaḥ — without hesitation — SB 3.7.8
gata-smayaḥ — without pride — SB 4.21.5
gata-vismayaḥ — without doubt — SB 3.1.42
gata-vismayaḥ — giving up his wonder — SB 6.12.18
gata-vismayaḥ — free from pride — SB 11.4.8
guṇa-mayāḥ — composed of the modes of nature — SB 11.25.31
hiraṇ-mayaḥ — exhibiting transcendental enlightenment — SB 11.23.44
hiraṇmayaḥ — the Garbhodakaśāyī Viṣṇu, who also assumes the virāṭ-rūpa — SB 3.6.6
hiraṇmayaḥ — magnificently splendorous — SB 5.20.2
hiraṇmayaḥ — known as Hiraṇmaya, or golden — SB 9.1.9
jāmayaḥ — wives of other family members — SB 1.13.3-4
jāmayaḥ — women of the family — SB 10.49.8
jñāna-mayaḥ — comprising transcendental knowledge — SB 10.47.31
jyotiḥ-mayaḥ — effulgent — SB 2.2.28
jyotiḥ-mayaḥ — transcendental — Bs 5.6
kṛmayaḥ — worms — SB 3.31.27
kṣāmāyāḥ — when she was distressed — SB 4.30.14
kṣoṇīmayaḥ — up to the earthly planets — SB 2.7.12
loka-mayaḥ — full of planetary systems — SB 2.5.40-41
mahā māyaḥ — a powerful magician — SB 10.37.28
makha-mayaḥ — personified sacrifices — SB 2.7.11
manaḥ-mayaḥ — hovering on the mental plane — SB 3.5.29
manaḥ-mayaḥ — the predominating deity of the mind — SB 5.22.10
mat-mayāḥ — fully in Me — Bg 4.10
māyā-mayaḥ — based on illusion — SB 10.27.4
māyā-mayāḥ — produced from Your personal energy — SB 12.8.45