Synonyms Index

antaka-uragāt — from the great serpent of time, which brings death — SB 8.2.33
anurāga — feelingly — SB 1.9.11
anurāga — with great affection — SB 3.8.6
anurāga — attraction — SB 3.15.25
anurāga — in great ecstasy — SB 5.3.6
anurāga — of attachment — SB 5.7.12, SB 5.25.5, CC Antya 2.168
anurāga — out of love — SB 5.8.25
anurāga — lustful — SB 5.24.16
anurāga — affectionate — SB 10.30.2, SB 10.39.16
anurāga — with loving affection — SB 10.39.29
anurāga — by affection — SB 10.49.27
anurāga — affection — SB 10.51.23-26, CC Madhya 8.103, CC Antya 20.49
anurāga — loving attraction — SB 10.59.44, SB 10.61.5
anurāga — love — CC Adi 4.170
anurāga — attachments — CC Adi 4.175
anurāga — further attachment — CC Madhya 19.178
anurāga — subattachment — CC Madhya 23.42
anurāga — of sentiments of attractions — MM mantra 42
anurāga-anta — up to the end of subecstatic love — CC Madhya 24.33
anurāga-āveśita-cittaḥ — the brāhmaṇa who was absorbed in love for his son — SB 5.9.6
anurāga-hāsa — with kind smiling — SB 3.4.10
anurāga-kalayā — loving — SB 3.16.11
anurāga paryanta — up to subecstatic love — CC Madhya 24.33
anurāga-sīmā — up to the limit of subordinate spontaneous love — CC Madhya 23.55
anurāgaḥ — affection — SB 4.21.50
anurāgaḥ — loving affection — SB 10.26.13
anurāgaḥ — steady attraction — SB 10.60.46
anurāgaḥ — the love — CC Adi 4.131
anurāgaḥ — fondness — NBS 16
anurāgam — popularity — SB 5.4.5
anurāgam — the loving attraction — SB 10.46.29
anurāgam — the great affection — SB 10.49.5-6
anurāgam — loving attraction — NBS 49
anurāgāt — out of love — MM mantra 41
anurāgataḥ — by feeling — SB 4.7.11
anurāgāya — for loving attraction — SB 10.23.32
apsaraḥ-kinnara-uragaiḥ — and by the Apsarās, Kinnaras and Uragas — SB 10.4.10-11
dūrāgatān — having accompanied Him for a long distance — SB 1.10.33
gāḍha anurāga — deep affection — CC Madhya 11.149
gandharva-apsarasaḥ, yakṣāḥ, rakṣaḥ-bhūta-gaṇa-uragāḥ, paśavaḥ, pitaraḥ, siddhāḥ, vidyādhrāḥ, cāraṇāḥ — all inhabitants of different planets — SB 2.6.13-16
gauhyaka-gāndharva-paiśāca-uraga-rākṣasīḥ — (weapons) of the Guhyakas, Gandharvas, witches, celestial serpents and Rākṣasas (man-eaters) — SB 10.55.23
jāta-anurāgāḥ — experiencing a great longing or attraction — SB 10.13.33
kathana-anurāga — attracted to discussions — CC Madhya 24.88
kṛṣṇa-anurāga — attraction for Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 8.169
mahā-uragāḥ — the residents of the planets where great serpents reside — SB 7.8.37-39
mahā-uragāḥ — big, big serpents — SB 8.2.21
mahā-uragāḥ — big serpents — SB 8.10.47
mahā-uragāḥ — and great serpents — SB 10.74.13-15