Synonyms Index

anutarkaye — I consider — SB 8.18.32
atarka — inconceivable — SB 10.59.43
atarkayan — not considering — SB 10.56.12
dustarka — of false arguments — SB 5.13.22
ku-tarka — of a fallacious argument — CC Adi 2.73
ku-tarka — by bad arguments — CC Madhya 6.1
ku-tarka — false arguments — CC Madhya 6.107
kutarka — useless arguments — SB 6.9.36, CC Adi 8.13
kutarka-ādi-duḥkha — and the miserable conditions arising from the use of false arguments — CC Antya 19.110
nā paḍa’ kutarka garte — do not fall down into the pit of false arguments — CC Madhya 25.279
śuṣka-tarka — of dry logic — CC Madhya 14.87
tarka — logic — SB 8.21.2-3, CC Adi 8.14
tarka — by logical contradiction — SB 10.87.36
tarka — arguments — CC Madhya 8.308
tarka — unnecessary arguments — CC Antya 19.106
tarka-agocara — beyond argument — CC Antya 3.228
tarka-andhe — in the darkness of logical arguments — CC Madhya 6.246
tarka kari’ — making arguments — CC Adi 17.305
tarka-mudrayā — with the mudrā of argument — SB 4.6.38
tarka nā kariha — do not uselessly argue — CC Antya 2.171
tarka nā kariha — do not argue — CC Antya 3.228
tarka-niṣṭha — hardened by argument — CC Madhya 6.100
tarka-niṣṭha — accustomed to speculation — CC Antya 3.205
tarka-pradhāna — argumentative — CC Madhya 9.49
tarka-śāstra — scriptures dealing with logic — CC Madhya 6.189
tarka-śāstre — in the logic — CC Adi 8.14
tarka-śāstre — due to logical scriptures — CC Madhya 6.214
tarka uṭhāñā — raising a controversy — CC Antya 8.51
tarkaḥ — dry argument — CC Madhya 17.186, CC Madhya 25.57
tarkaiḥ — arguments — SB 2.6.40-41
tarkān — arguments and counterarguments — SB 7.13.7
tarkayām āsa — argued among themselves — SB 3.13.20
tarkayām āsa — he conjectured — SB 10.81.29-32
tarkayām āsa — tried to understand — SB 10.86.42
tarkayāmahe — we cannot argue (but must simply understand that these are Your pastimes) — SB 10.2.39
vitarka — opposing arguments — SB 6.9.36
vitarka-gocaram — beyond all arguments, reason and sense perception — SB 10.8.41
vitarkaḥ — a disagreement — SB 10.89.1
vitarkayan — having considered — SB 1.4.27
vitarkayantaḥ — indulging in speculations — SB 3.20.33
yei tarka kare — one who simply argues — CC Madhya 18.227