Synonyms Index

anusaṁsmaraṇa — constantly remembering — SB 4.23.11
anusasmāra — perfectly understood and always remembered — SB 5.15.4
anusmara — go on remembering — Bg 8.7
anusmara — think repeatedly and then describe them — SB 1.5.13
anusmaran — remembering — Bg 8.13, SB 3.2.3, SB 3.30.21, SB 8.21.18, SB 10.51.44
anusmaran — thinking after — SB 1.13.36
anusmaran — thinking within — SB 1.15.2
anusmaran — thinking of — SB 7.1.28-29
anusmaran — always thinking of — SB 7.4.4
anusmaran — thinking about — SB 8.19.6
anusmaran — keeping in mind — SB 10.44.10
anusmaran — always remembering — SB 10.61.23, SB 10.69.43
anusmaran — remembering constantly — SB 11.11.23-24
anusmaraṇa — constantly remembering — SB 5.8.29
anusmaraṇa — by constant meditation — SB 10.82.47
anusmaraṇam — the constant remembrance — SB 11.30.36
anusmaraṇāt — constantly remembering — SB 4.20.29
anusmarantaḥ — remembering — SB 5.26.22
anusmarantau — continuing to remember — SB 10.79.28
anusmaranti — constantly remembers — SB 1.5.36, SB 3.1.23
anusmarantī — she was thinking of her son — SB 10.7.24
anusmarantīḥ — constantly remembering — SB 10.83.40
anusmarantyaḥ — remembering — SB 10.47.36
anusmarataḥ — of one remembering constantly — SB 11.14.27
anusmarati — always remembers — SB 4.30.9
anvasmarat — immediately remembered — SB 4.12.32
anya-vismāraṇa — making one forget all others — CC Antya 16.113
apasmārāḥ — causing loss of memory — SB 10.6.27-29
api smarasi — do you remember — SB 4.28.53
asmarat — remembered — SB 3.19.5, SB 10.55.30
asmarat — he remembered — SB 4.12.18
avismaran — without being forgotten — SB 2.1.17
bāhya vismaraṇa — forgetting everything external — CC Antya 6.308
caraṇa-smaraṇa-prabhāve — by the power of remembering Your lotus feet — CC Antya 9.135
guṇera smaraṇa — remembrance of the transcendental qualities — CC Madhya 24.111
ha-ila smaraṇa — He remembered — CC Madhya 9.207
hata-sva-kānta-smaraṇena — the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Kṛṣṇa were dead — SB 10.12.26
itara-rāga-vismāraṇam — which causes forgetfulness of all other attachment — CC Antya 16.117
jāti-smaraḥ — able to remember his past life — SB 9.8.15-16
karaha smaraṇa — you should remember — CC Antya 8.21
karāya smaraṇa — was reminding — CC Antya 8.29
karāya vismaraṇa — causes to forget — CC Antya 16.111
karaye smaraṇa — remembers — CC Madhya 24.60
kariba smaraṇa — I shall remember the lotus feet of the Lord — CC Madhya 11.176
kīrtana-smaraṇe — in chanting the Hare Kṛṣṇa mahā-mantra and remembering the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa — CC Antya 6.310
kṛṣṇa-vismaraṇa — forgetfulness of Kṛṣṇa — CC Antya 17.55
līlā-ādi-smaraṇa — remembrance of the transcendental pastimes of Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 24.116
na anusmaranti — do not remember — SB 10.82.19
na anusmaratha — all of you do not remember — SB 10.82.18
na sasmāra — she did not remember — SB 3.33.27