Synonyms Index

a-tat-dhyānāt — from the bodily concept of life — SB 4.12.4
abhidhyāna — thinking of, at every second — SB 2.4.21
abhidhyānam — concentration — SB 3.28.6
abhidhyānam — constantly thinking of — SB 4.22.33
abhidhyānam — processes of elevation which absorb one’s attention — SB 11.14.28
abhivyanak — manifested — SB 7.3.26-27
abhivyānaśe — expanding — SB 8.24.26
abhyānanāḥ — everyone looking forward to the center, where Kṛṣṇa was sitting — SB 10.13.8
abhyanandam — received properly — SB 4.8.67
abhyanandan — they greeted — SB 10.55.37
abhyanandat — congratulated — SB 1.18.41
abhyanandat — became glad — SB 4.1.53
abhyanandat — he welcomed — SB 4.27.2
abhyanandat — welcomed — SB 5.1.6, CC Adi 4.202
abhyanandat — accepted — SB 5.5.35
abhyanandata — welcome — SB 4.8.9
abhyanandata — she addressed — SB 4.25.32
abhyanandata — welcomed — SB 6.7.2-8
abhyanandata — welcomed properly — SB 6.7.21
abhyupāyanaiḥ — gifts — SB 10.36.31
abhyupāyanaiḥ — and also with other items of worship — SB 10.41.30
ācāryanandana — Nandana Ācārya — CC Antya 10.122
adhaḥ-śayānasya — who was put underneath the handcart — SB 10.7.7
adhiśayānaḥ — lying on — SB 3.8.10
adhīyānaḥ — by regular study — SB 4.24.76
adhīyānam api — although fully studying — SB 5.9.5
adhyayana — studying — SB 5.9.1-2, CC Adi 15.3
adhyayana — study of Vedic literature — SB 5.9.6
adhyayana — study of scripture — SB 7.9.46, SB 10.84.39
adhyayana — studies of the Vedas — SB 7.11.13
adhyayana — study of various śāstras — SB 11.6.9
adhyayana — Vedic study — SB 11.17.40
adhyayana — study — CC Madhya 6.126, CC Madhya 11.191
adhyayana-ādīni — reading the Vedas, etc — SB 7.11.14
adhyayana-līlā — pastimes of studying — CC Adi 15.7
adhyayanaiḥ — or Vedic study — Bg 11.48
ādityānām — of the Ādityas — Bg 10.21, SB 8.13.6
ādityānām — to the Ādityas — SB 6.18.69
ādityānām — among the sons of Aditi — SB 11.16.13
advaita-nityānanda — Advaita Ācārya and Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Madhya 12.188
advaita-nityānanda-ādi — headed by Advaita Ācārya and Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Madhya 16.245-246
advaita-nityānande — both Advaita Ācārya and Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Madhya 14.79
āge cali’ yāna — went forward — CC Antya 12.36
ageyāna — more advanced — CC Adi 4.250
ageyāna — ignorant — CC Madhya 2.21
āgniveśyāyanam — known as Āgniveśyāyana — SB 9.2.22
āgrayaṇaiḥ — with performances of the Vedic sacrifice for tasting the first grains of the new harvest — SB 10.20.48
ajita-indriyāṇām — of persons who cannot control the senses — SB 7.9.46
ākhyāna — by recitation of historical narrations — SB 1.9.28
ākhyāna — narrations — SB 2.10.5