Synonyms Index

mahā-puruṣatām — the chief quality of being the leader of the human society (exactly like the chief leader of all living beings, Lord Viṣṇu) — SB 5.15.6
mahā-puruṣatām — the position of an exalted devotee — SB 6.12.20
mama īkṣataḥ — while I am seeing — SB 3.18.3
mīmāṁsataḥ — while deliberating — SB 3.13.23
miṣataḥ — while observing — SB 1.12.11
miṣataḥ — looking on — SB 3.19.9
miṣataḥ — of one who is observing — SB 5.14.3
miṣataḥ tasya — while he (Dakṣa) was personally looking on — SB 6.4.54
miṣatām — carrying so — SB 3.3.3
miṣatām — while observing — SB 4.22.48, SB 10.12.33
miṣatām — before the eyes of the living entities (without their being able to stop it) — SB 5.14.29
miṣatām — as they watched — SB 10.83.33
miṣatām — as they looked on — SB 10.85.55-56
mumukṣatām — of persons desiring to get out of the clutches of material bondage — SB 6.2.46
mumūrṣataḥ — who is about to die — SB 10.50.19
niḥśvasataḥ — who was breathing — SB 10.16.29
nirīkṣataḥ — look upon — SB 2.3.22
nirīkṣataḥ — of Him who is glancing — SB 5.17.19
nirīkṣataḥ tasya — while he was looking on — SB 3.21.34
nirīkṣatām — of those who looked on — SB 10.43.19
nirviśataḥ — entering — SB 10.16.22
nirvivikṣatām — living together — SB 1.5.23
niśāta — sharpened — SB 3.19.14, SB 6.11.17
niśātam — sharp — SB 1.17.28, SB 10.36.18
niśātam — sharpened — SB 7.15.45
niśātam — sharp-edged — SB 10.55.24
nistitīrṣatām — for those desiring to cross over — SB 1.1.22
nivasatā — residing — SB 11.1.11-12
nivasatā — by Him who was residing — SB 12.12.36
nivasataḥ — living — SB 6.1.23
nivasatām — dwelling in Vaikuṇṭha — SB 3.15.32
nivasatām — of those who live there — SB 8.22.32
nivasatām — who were living — SB 10.80.35-36
niviśatām — of those mountains which entered — SB 8.11.34
nyamaṁsata — they considered — SB 10.61.2
pañca-pañcāśatā — fifty-five — SB 9.20.24-26
pāṅca-sāta — five or seven — CC Adi 17.203, CC Madhya 8.51-52, CC Madhya 14.37
pāṅca-sāta — five or seven men — CC Madhya 11.108
pāṅca-sāta — five to seven different kinds — CC Madhya 15.54-55
pāṅca-sāta — five days or at the most a week — CC Madhya 19.251
pāṅca-sāta dine — five to seven days — CC Madhya 9.329
pāṅca-sāta jana — five or seven persons — CC Madhya 17.58
pañca-śata loka — five hundred men — CC Madhya 12.154-155
pañca-śatāni — five hundred — SB 9.17.12, SB 10.63.18, SB 12.6.78
pañca-śatāni — five hundred (verses) — SB 12.13.4-9
pañcāśatā — by all fifty — SB 9.6.43
pañcāśatā — the second fifty of the sons known as the Madhucchandās — SB 9.16.34
parīkṣatā — being examined — SB 1.7.40
paryaikṣata — observing — SB 1.12.10