Synonyms Index

akartuḥ — of the inactive — SB 1.3.35, SB 1.8.30
akartuḥ — of one who has nothing to do — SB 3.1.44
akartuḥ — of the nondoer — SB 3.26.7
akartuḥ — of the passive performer, the nondoer — SB 3.27.19
akartuḥ — without proprietorship — SB 3.29.33
akartuḥ — aloof — SB 5.18.5
akartuḥ — of one who performs no activity — SB 10.24.14
akartuḥ — of one not engaged in any work — SB 11.7.26
bhartuḥ — of the master — SB 1.7.13-14, SB 1.7.39, SB 1.7.51, SB 3.4.5, CC Madhya 24.88
bhartuḥ — of their husband — SB 1.11.39, SB 10.16.32
bhartuḥ — of the Lord — SB 3.2.3
bhartuḥ — of the Supreme Lord — SB 3.15.17, SB 3.15.25
bhartuḥ — of her husband, Kaśyapa — SB 3.19.23
bhartuḥ — of the bearer, the body — SB 5.10.9
bhartuḥ — of one who is carrying the palanquin — SB 5.10.21
bhartuḥ — of our master — SB 8.21.11, SB 8.21.13
bhartuḥ — of your husband — SB 9.3.21
bhartuḥ — of her husband, Lord Rāmacandra — SB 9.10.55
bhartuḥ — made possible by her husband — SB 9.18.34
bhartuḥ — of their master — SB 10.4.30
bhartuḥ — of the master, Lord Kṛṣṇa — SB 10.13.37, CC Adi 5.140
bhartuḥ — of one’s husband — SB 10.29.24
bhartuḥ — of his master — SB 10.46.7, SB 10.46.49
bhartuḥ — of my master — SB 10.47.28
bhartuḥ antikam — unto her husband — SB 9.20.19
bhartuḥ nāma — the holy name of their master — SB 6.1.30
bhartuḥ tyāga-viśaṅkitām — very much afraid of being forsaken by her husband because of giving birth to an illegitimate son — SB 9.20.37
dama-kartuḥ — the supreme controller — SB 7.1.25
dāra-hartuḥ — of the one who kidnapped the wife — SB 2.7.25
gopī-bhartuḥ — of the Supreme Person, who is the maintainer of the gopīs — CC Madhya 13.80
hartuḥ — of the kidnappers — SB 2.7.33
kartuḥ — of the individual soul — SB 3.26.16
kartuḥ — of the performer — SB 4.6.45, SB 5.26.3, SB 9.4.70, SB 11.10.17, SB 11.27.55
kartuḥ — the performer — SB 4.21.26
kartuḥ — of the doer — SB 5.11.12
kartuḥ — of the worker — SB 5.26.2
kartuḥ — for the supreme creator — SB 8.22.20
kartuḥ — of you, who are the performer of all sinful activities — SB 9.10.22
nanṛtuḥ — began to dance — SB 7.8.36, SB 8.11.41, SB 9.10.41
nanṛtuḥ — very nicely danced on the occasion — SB 8.8.12
nanṛtuḥ — danced in transcendental bliss — SB 10.3.6
nanṛtuḥ — they danced — SB 10.70.20
nivavṛtuḥ — they desisted — SB 10.30.42, SB 12.8.29
nivavṛtuḥ — turned back — SB 10.39.37
para-vitta-hartuḥ — of one who steals the money of others by cheating or by transactions on the black market — SB 7.6.15
prahartuḥ — of the executor — SB 9.4.69
prajā-bhartuḥ — of one who is engaged in the maintenance of the citizens — SB 1.8.50