Synonyms Index

abhiharaṇam — destroying — SB 5.6.16
abhihataḥ — addressed by — SB 1.14.40
abhihataḥ — pierced — SB 1.15.7
abhihataḥ — beaten — SB 10.17.8
abhihataḥ — struck — SB 10.44.24-25
abhihataḥ — hit — SB 10.78.8
abhihatāḥ — always embarrassed — SB 3.5.40
abhihatāḥ — overwhelmed — SB 5.26.32
abhihatasya — of one overwhelmed — SB 11.19.9
abhihatena — who had been struck — SB 10.44.24-25
adbhuta-īham — whose activities are wonderful — CC Madhya 19.54
adyāpiha — even up to date — CC Adi 8.22
adyāpiha — still, until now — CC Madhya 5.130
adyāpiha — still now — CC Madhya 17.168
adyāpiha — even up to the present day — CC Antya 10.102
ājiha — even until now — CC Antya 4.164
ākrīḍa-vihāreṣu — in places for different types of sense gratification — SB 5.24.8
alam vihāraiḥ — after this there is no necessity of playing — SB 10.11.15
ālelihānaḥ — devouring all around — SB 5.6.8
ālihan — licking — SB 10.66.32-33
āmiha — I also — CC Antya 1.219, CC Antya 5.52, CC Antya 13.40
āmiha — and yet I — CC Antya 19.28
āmiha āsitechi — I am also coming — CC Antya 13.65
amogha-vihāraḥ — whose playful activities are impeccable — SB 10.16.49
anāgaḥsu iha — to the offenseless — SB 1.17.15
anīhā — the desirelessness — SB 7.15.15
anīha — by selfless works — SB 10.70.28
anīha — giving up fruitive activities — SB 11.18.17
anīha — indifferent to material acquisitions — CC Madhya 22.78-80
anīhaḥ — the nondoer — SB 3.33.3
anīhaḥ — with no desire to possess more — SB 7.13.37
anīhaḥ — from Devānīka came the son named Anīha — SB 9.12.2
anīhaḥ — although uninvolved in any material endeavor — SB 10.16.49
anīhaḥ — exerting no endeavor — SB 10.84.17
anīhaḥ — free from worldly activities — SB 11.11.29-32
anīhaḥ — although not himself engaged in activity — SB 11.22.53
anīhaḥ — not endeavoring — SB 11.23.44
anīhāḥ — who are without material desires — SB 7.15.9
anīham — indifferent — SB 7.7.48
anīhām — liberation from karma — SB 8.1.14
anīhamānasya — of a person who does not endeavor even to earn his livelihood — SB 7.15.15
anīhasya — of one who has no desire — SB 3.4.16
anīhāt — who are free from endeavor — SB 10.3.19
anihatya — without killing — SB 10.52.42
anīhayā — without desire for them — SB 7.7.48
anīhayā — without endeavor — SB 7.15.23, SB 10.86.14
anīhāyāḥ — and from not desiring economic development — SB 7.7.42
anīhāyām — when there is no desire for fruitive results — SB 6.16.59
anunirjihānam — having come out — SB 7.8.18