Synonyms Index

gajaḥ — an elephant — SB 8.4.10, SB 10.36.11, SB 10.72.43, SB 11.8.14
gajaḥ — the devotee-elephant Gajendra — SB 11.12.3-6
gajāhvayam — in the capital named Gajāhvaya Hastināpura — SB 1.9.48
gajāhvayam — to Hastināpura — SB 10.68.16
gajāhvayam — Hastināpura — SB 10.68.41
gajāhvaye — in the capital of Hastināpura — SB 1.15.38
gajāhvaye — in Hastināpura — SB 1.17.43-44
gajāhvaye — on the town of Hastināpura (New Delhi) — SB 9.22.40
gajaiḥ — on elephants — SB 10.51.50, SB 10.69.26
gajaiḥ — by the elephants — SB 10.54.57
gajaiḥ — with elephants — SB 10.59.14, SB 10.90.1-7
gajaiḥ — elephants — SB 10.82.7-8
gajaiḥ — by elephants — SB 11.8.14
gajam — elephant — SB 10.43.5
gajam ca — as well as his elephant — SB 8.11.14
gajān — elephants — SB 6.14.34, SB 8.18.32, SB 10.54.6
gajān — the elephants — SB 10.59.17-19, SB 10.62.7
gajān — the other elephants — SB 11.17.45
gajānām — of elephants — SB 10.1.31-32
gajapati — the King of Orissa — CC Madhya 12.4
gajapati — the King — CC Madhya 12.52
gajapati rājā — the King of Orissa — CC Madhya 11.236
gajapati-saṅge — with the King — CC Madhya 11.15
gajapatira — of King Pratāparudra — CC Madhya 11.59
gajapatira — of the King of Orissa — CC Madhya 12.13
gajasāhvayam — the palace of Hastināpura — SB 1.8.45
gajatve — in the body of an elephant — SB 8.4.11-12
gajau — two elephants — SB 10.10.4
gajau — elephants — SB 10.41.41
mahā-gaja — of big elephants — SB 5.24.16
mahā-gajāḥ — great elephants — SB 8.10.47
matam-gaja — like an elephant — CC Antya 1.190
matam-gajaḥ — mad elephant — SB 3.14.10
matam-gajaḥ — a maddened elephant — SB 10.15.28
matta-gaja — a mad elephant — CC Adi 5.187
matta-gaja — mad elephant — CC Madhya 2.64
mṛtyu-gaja-bhayāt — out of fear of the elephant of death — SB 5.14.33
prati-gajam — a rival elephant — SB 10.36.11
vana-gajaḥ — an elephant coming from the forest — SB 5.5.30