Synonyms Index

duravabodhaḥ — difficult to understand — SB 6.9.34
duravacchadaiḥ — impossible to disguise — SB 10.62.25-26
duravagama — difficult to understand — SB 10.87.21
duravagamam — which is difficult to understand — SB 5.13.26
duravagraha — with wicked obstinacies — SB 6.9.36
duravagraha — O stubborn one — SB 10.29.31
duravagrahaḥ — addiction to unwanted things — SB 4.19.35
duravagrahāḥ — unbreakable — SB 10.58.43
duravagrāhya — difficult to attain — SB 7.1.20
duravāpām — very difficult to obtain — SB 1.15.47-48
duravāpam — very difficult to achieve — SB 3.4.11, SB 10.44.39
duravāpam — difficult to achieve — SB 4.8.21
duravāpam — very difficult to understand (without the mercy of a devotee) — SB 7.6.27
duravasita — impossible to understand — SB 6.16.47
duravasita — incomprehensible — SB 12.12.67
duravasthāna — because of being placed in an undesirable position — SB 5.3.12
duravasthitam — never remaining in one place — SB 10.76.22
hārdikyaḥ vidura-ādayaḥ — Hārdikya (Kṛtavarmā), Vidura and others — SB 10.75.4-7
hindura — of a Hindu — CC Adi 17.178-179
kata dūra giyā — after going some distance — CC Madhya 3.213
mahā durācāra — extremely fallen — CC Antya 3.50
mṛduraḥ — Mṛdura — SB 9.24.16-18
na ati-dūracarāḥ — coming near — SB 7.8.37-39
pāṇḍuram — white — SB 10.68.26
pāṇḍurān — white — SB 10.59.37
prādurabhāvi — became manifest — SB 4.16.24
prādurabhūt — become visible — SB 1.6.27
prādurabhūt — was generated — SB 2.4.22
prādurabhūt — there appeared — SB 8.10.45
prādurabhūt — appeared there — SB 8.10.53
prādurabhūt — appeared — SB 8.17.4, SB 11.17.12
prādurāsam — appeared before you (in the same way) — SB 10.3.37-38
prādurāsīt — appeared — SB 6.4.35-39, SB 10.70.32, CC Madhya 4.1
prādurāsīt — appeared (before him) — SB 8.24.44
pṛthuḥ vidūratha — Pṛthu and Vidūratha — SB 9.24.16-18
punaḥ dūrāt — then again threw farther away — SB 10.12.5
rahu dūra — apart from — CC Madhya 15.101
rahu dūra — what to speak of — CC Madhya 15.284
sa-viduram — and also Vidura — SB 10.57.2
śālvaḥ jarāsandhaḥ dantavakraḥ vidūrathaḥ — Śālva, Jarāsandha, Dantavakra and Vidūratha — SB 10.53.17
sañjayaḥ viduraḥ kṛpaḥ — Sañjaya, Vidura and Kṛpa — SB 10.82.23-26
sindūra — vermilion — CC Adi 13.110, CC Adi 17.39
su-durācāraḥ — one committing the most abominable actions — Bg 9.30
su-dūram — far away — SB 3.5.44
su-durāsadam — very difficult to approach (Lord Nṛsiṁhadeva) — SB 7.9.1
uḍurāṭ — the moon — SB 8.15.35
uḍurāṭ — the moon-god — SB 9.14.14
vidura — Vidura — SB 2.7.43-45