Synonyms Index

aajayatām — all glory to — CC Antya 1.5
abhyajāyata — advented — SB 1.3.12
adhisabhājayām āsa — gained the favor of — SB 5.2.17
ādi-rājāya — upon the original king — SB 4.19.41
agrajāya — to your elder brother — SB 9.22.14-15
ajāya — unto Brahmā — SB 3.4.13
ajāya — ever existing, never born — SB 7.11.5
ajāya — to the unborn — SB 10.59.28
ajayā — with nescience — SB 3.7.5
ajayā — by the external energy — SB 3.7.40, CC Madhya 15.180
ajayā — by material nature — SB 5.12.10
ajayā — by māyā, the external energy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 5.13.1
ajayā — by the influence of the illusory energy — SB 5.13.19
ajayā — because of ignorance — SB 7.9.12
ajayā — because of dark ignorance — SB 7.9.21
ajayā — by Your external energy, the mode of ignorance — SB 7.9.22
ajayā — by His external energy — SB 8.1.13
ajayā — by the external energy of the Supreme Lord — SB 8.5.28
ajayā — with the she-goat — SB 9.19.11
ajayā — by His eternal deluding potency — SB 10.57.15
ajayā — with Your material energy — SB 10.87.14
ajayā — along with material nature — SB 10.87.28
ajayā — with the material energy — SB 10.87.29
ajayā — by the influence of the material energy — SB 10.87.38
ajayā — through the agency of māyā — SB 11.9.28
ajayā — in terms of the material energy — SB 12.11.31
ajayaḥ — defeat — SB 8.11.7
ajayaḥ — Ajaya — SB 12.1.5
ajāyāḥ — of material nature — SB 10.40.3
ajāyām — for begetting — SB 3.5.50
ajayām — the insurmountable — SB 8.22.28
ajayat — he conquered — SB 4.28.37
ajayat — conquered — SB 6.8.1-2
ajayat — won — SB 10.61.29, SB 10.61.30
ajāyata — generated — SB 3.12.7
ajāyata — was delivered — SB 3.17.18
ajāyata — evolved — SB 3.26.27
ajāyata — occurred — SB 4.4.28
ajāyata — appeared — SB 5.7.7
ajāyata — was born — SB 5.15.6, SB 9.17.8, SB 9.22.33, SB 9.24.2
ajāyata — took birth — SB 9.12.7, SB 9.23.12
apajayayoḥ — and defeat — SB 6.12.14
aparājayaḥ — not being conquered by others — SB 11.15.8-9
aprajayā — who had not given birth to any children — SB 5.3.1
ātmārāmāḥ ca munayaḥ ca nirgranthāḥ ca bhajaya — the ātmārāmas, great sages and nirgranthas (the learned and the fools) are all eligible to engage in the transcendental loving service of the Lord — CC Madhya 24.303
ayājayan — engaged him in performing a sacrifice — SB 8.15.4
ayājayan — caused to execute — SB 8.15.34
ayājayan — they performed the sacrifice — SB 10.74.16
ayājayan — engaged in performing Vedic sacrifices — SB 10.79.30
ayājayan — they engaged in executing sacrifices — SB 10.84.43