Synonyms Index

abhinnatvāt — due to not being different — CC Madhya 17.133
ajñātvā — not understanding — SB 10.24.6
ajñātvā — not knowing — SB 11.11.33
asamāropita-aham-mama-abhimānatvāt — from not accepting the misconception of “I and mine” — SB 5.5.30
avanejanatvam — the status of washing — SB 10.83.12
bṛṁhaṇatvāt — because of increasing unlimitedly — CC Madhya 24.72
guṇa-aguṇatvasya — of being absorbed in material qualities or devoid of material qualities — SB 5.11.7
guṇatvāt — on account of such attributes — SB 1.18.19
hṛdaya-jñatvam — the characteristic of knowing intimately — SB 11.20.21
jñātvā — knowing well — Bg 4.15, SB 7.15.72
jñātvā — thus knowing — Bg 5.29
jñātvā — by knowing it — SB 1.13.1
jñātvā — knowing it well — SB 1.15.46
jñātvā — by knowing — SB 2.1.13
jñātvā — having known — SB 3.22.22, NBS 6*
jñātvā — and knowing — SB 4.8.25
jñātvā — having understood — SB 4.9.4
jñātvā — knowing perfectly well — SB 6.2.16
jñātvā — after understanding — SB 8.24.9, SB 10.13.57
jñātvā — (the sage) could understand — SB 9.15.7
jñātvā — could understand — SB 9.16.5
jñātvā — when he learned — SB 10.5.20
jñātvā — and deciding what to do — SB 10.12.28
jñātvā — recognizing him — SB 10.47.53
jñātvā — knowing (Him) to be — SB 10.51.44
jñātvā — learning — SB 10.57.11, SB 12.8.15
jñātvā — recognizing — SB 10.66.26, SB 10.83.10
jñātvā — finding out — SB 10.82.31
jñātvā — being aware — SB 11.16.7
karaṇatvam — being the instrument — SB 3.26.26
kāraṇatvāt — because of being the cause — NBS 44
kaṭhinatvam — hardness — SB 3.26.36
kṛṣṇatva — the quality of being Lord Kṛṣṇa — CC Adi 2.83
nabhaḥ-guṇatvam — identification of ether — SB 2.2.29
nānātva — of material variety — SB 11.11.21
nānātvam — varieties — SB 2.10.13
nānātvam — material variegatedness — SB 4.16.19
nānātvam — the status of being many — SB 10.85.25
nānātvam — the variety of characteristics — SB 11.10.9
nānātvam — variegatedness — SB 11.10.14-16
nānātvam — different states of existence — SB 11.10.32, SB 11.10.32
nānātvam — the duality — SB 12.4.25, SB 12.4.30
nānātvam — duality — SB 12.4.30
nānātvāt — because of various — SB 3.5.38
nānātvāt — from the duality of variety of the material world — SB 11.11.12-13
natvā — offering obeisances — SB 1.13.31, SB 3.14.31, SB 4.23.22, SB 11.4.15, CC Adi 11.1, CC Madhya 21.1
natvā — politely — SB 1.19.31
natvā — making obeisances — SB 4.2.7, SB 10.13.62