Synonyms Index

apasadāḥ — the most abominable — SB 7.15.38-39
asura-apasadaḥ — the lowest of the asuras — SB 5.24.1
ātma-prasādaḥ — self-satisfaction — SB 2.3.12
barhiṣadaḥ — the Barhiṣadas — SB 4.1.63
bhagavat-prasādāḥ — the blessings of the Lord — SB 3.23.7
bhagavat-prasādaḥ — the special mercy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 6.11.23
durāsadaḥ — unapproachable — SB 4.16.11, SB 10.37.3
durāsadaḥ — very difficult even to look at, difficult to understand by sensory perception — SB 10.2.17
manaḥ-prasādaḥ — satisfaction of the mind — Bg 17.16
manuja-apasadāḥ — the most condemned men — SB 5.6.10
naiṣādāḥ — called Naiṣādas — SB 4.14.46
niṣādaḥ — of the name Niṣāda — SB 4.14.45
nṛpa-sadaḥsu — in the assembly of great emperors like Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira — SB 9.11.21
pārṣadāḥ — the order carriers of Viṣṇu — SB 6.1.30
pārṣadāḥ — their associates — SB 6.6.17-18
prāsādāḥ — palaces — SB 1.11.30
prasādaḥ — the symbol of mercy — SB 7.9.26
prasādaḥ — benediction or blessing — SB 7.9.27
prasādaḥ — jolliness in any condition of life — SB 7.11.22
prasādaḥ — grace — SB 10.63.45, SB 10.63.45, SB 10.72.6, MM mantra 45
prasādaḥ — the mercy — SB 12.12.31-33
sabhā-sadaḥ — members of the assembly — SB 9.2.28
sabhā-sadaḥ — the members of the assembly — SB 10.74.39
sadaḥ — assembly — SB 4.2.5
sadaḥ — the sacrificial arena — SB 4.5.14
sadaḥ — amongst the members of the assembly — SB 4.21.19
sadaḥ — the assembly houses — SB 9.10.17
sadaḥ — the members — SB 10.43.38
sadaḥ — those seated — SB 10.74.18
sadaḥ-pate — leader of the great sages — SB 4.21.8
sadaḥ-patīn — leaders of the assembly — SB 10.74.33-34
śāpa-prasādaḥ — whose curse and benediction — SB 10.88.12
śrī-viṣṇu-pārṣadāḥ ūcuḥ — the associates of Lord Viṣṇu in Vaikuṇṭhaloka said — SB 7.8.56
śṛṇvatyāḥ tat-sadaḥ — in the presence of the assembly members — SB 7.1.22
śuci-ṣadaḥ — those who are striving for purification — SB 11.6.19
tat-pārṣadāḥ — the attendants of Lord Śiva — SB 4.4.31
upaniṣadaḥ — Vedic literatures — SB 8.7.29
upaniṣadaḥ — and the Upaniṣads — SB 10.45.33
upasadaḥ — three kinds of desires (relationship, activities and ultimate goal) — SB 3.13.37
vediṣadaḥ — of King Prācīnabarhi — SB 4.24.27
viśadaḥ — Viśada — SB 9.21.23
viṣṇu-pārṣadāḥ — the personal associates of Lord Viṣṇu (in the Vaikuṇṭhalokas) — SB 7.8.37-39