Synonyms Index

kari’ guṇa gāna — glorifying the qualities — CC Madhya 11.159-160
kari’ hāhā-kāra — making a tumultuous sound — CC Antya 3.200
kari’ hari-dhvani — making the transcendental vibration Hari — CC Madhya 17.189
kari’ mahā-bhakti — with great devotion — CC Antya 16.114
kari’ māni — we accept — CC Adi 8.9
kari’ māni — I accept — CC Madhya 9.158
kari’ namaskāra — offering obeisances — CC Madhya 24.264, CC Antya 1.157, CC Antya 3.143, CC Antya 3.250
kari’ namaskāre — offering my respectful obeisances — CC Antya 20.75
kari’ nānā upāya — devising many means — CC Antya 19.54
kari’ nimantraṇa — inviting Him — CC Madhya 9.176
kari’ nirvāhaṇa — executing properly — CC Antya 4.216
kari’ nivāraṇa — restraining — CC Madhya 10.186
kari’ parihāsa — jokingly — CC Madhya 17.215
kari’ parihāsa — making a joke — CC Antya 6.79
kari’ praṇaya-roṣa — displaying anger in affection — CC Antya 9.31
kari’ prema dāna — giving ecstatic love of Kṛṣṇa as charity — CC Antya 8.33
kari’ roṣa — becoming angry — CC Antya 17.36
kari’ samādhāna — making adjustment — CC Madhya 9.334
kari’ samādhāna — after arranging — CC Antya 12.142
kari’ samāpana — finishing — CC Antya 14.22
kari’ sudṛḍha viśvāsa — having firm faith in this conclusion — CC Madhya 25.279
kari’ tīrtha bahutara — visiting various holy places — CC Madhya 9.318
kari’ udaya — awakening — CC Madhya 21.125
kari’ veśa-antara — changing the dress — CC Madhya 16.161
kautuka kari’ — making fun — CC Madhya 9.63
kāya-vyūha kari’ — expanding Himself in different bodies — CC Adi 6.95
keśī snāna kari’ — after taking his bath at the place known as Keśī-tīrtha — CC Madhya 18.83
kolāhala kari’ — making a tumultuous sound — CC Antya 17.27
kole kari’ — taking on the lap — CC Madhya 16.154, CC Antya 11.103
kole kari’ — taking Him on his lap — CC Madhya 17.222
kole kari’ — taking on his lap — CC Antya 17.61
krama kari’ — dividing according to grades — CC Madhya 16.75
krīḍā kari’ — enjoying pastimes — CC Madhya 13.154
krodha kari’ — becoming angry — CC Madhya 8.112, CC Antya 16.126
krodha kari’ — being angry — CC Antya 13.23
kṛpā-dṛṣṭi kari’ — glancing with mercy — CC Madhya 16.187
kṛpā kari’ — being merciful to Me — CC Madhya 8.96
kṛpā kari’ — showing your mercy — CC Madhya 8.120, CC Antya 1.199
kṛpā kari’ — very mercifully — CC Madhya 8.197, CC Antya 5.62
kṛpā kari’ — showing causeless mercy — CC Madhya 9.160, CC Antya 6.13, CC Antya 20.122
kṛpā kari’ — showing him mercy — CC Madhya 9.162
kṛpā kari’ — doing a favor — CC Madhya 10.97
kṛpā kari’ — by Your mercy — CC Madhya 12.34
kṛpā kari’ — out of His causeless mercy — CC Madhya 15.133
kṛpā kari’ — showing great mercy — CC Madhya 17.78, CC Antya 1.55
kṛpā kari’ — being very merciful — CC Madhya 17.96, CC Antya 1.207
kṛpā kari’ — by his causeless mercy — CC Madhya 17.167