Synonyms Index

snātasya — having been absorbed in — SB 1.5.7
sphuṭasya — which is visible — SB 10.14.16
śrāntasya — fatigued — SB 3.29.5
śriyā unmattasya — puffed up because of great opulence — SB 9.4.44
śrutasya — all that is already heard — Bg 2.52
śrutasya — by dint of study of the Vedas — SB 1.5.22
śrutasya — of the codes of scriptures — SB 3.7.32
śrutasya — of persons who are in the process of hearing — SB 3.13.4
sruva-hastasya — with the sacrificial ladle in his hand — SB 4.5.19
sthitasya — of the situation — SB 1.8.31
sthitasya — situated — SB 3.27.24, CC Antya 3.197
sthitasya — being situated — CC Adi 7.98, CC Madhya 20.110, CC Madhya 24.37
strī-jitasya — conquered by a woman — SB 4.8.67
su-duḥkhitasya — of one who is always unhappy — SB 3.5.3
su-iṣṭasya — of a perfect sacrifice — SB 5.19.28
su-kṛtasya — pious — Bg 14.16
su-uktasya — of diligently studying the Vedic literature — SB 5.19.28
sūktasya — spiritual education — SB 1.5.22
suptasya — of one who is sleeping — SB 11.10.3
sutaḥ tasya — his son — SB 9.13.17
sutasya — of the son — SB 1.4.5, SB 1.4.5, SB 4.12.41, SB 9.17.1-3, SB 10.8.15, SB 10.26.18
sutasya — of her son — SB 2.7.30, SB 10.7.35-36
sutasya — of her child — SB 10.7.6
sutasya — of the son, Bhīṣma — SB 12.12.25-26
sva-sutasya — of her own child — SB 10.9.7
svabhāva-raktasya — naturally inclined — SB 1.5.15
svanuṣṭhitasya — of one’s own prescribed duties — SB 1.2.13
svarūpa-avasthitasya — staying in the same form even to the time of dissolution — SB 3.11.2
svataḥ-tṛptasya — for one who is self-satisfied — SB 3.7.3
sviṣṭasya — sacrifice — SB 1.5.22
taptasya — of a person suffering from a condition of material misery — SB 7.9.19
tasya — its — Bg 6.34, Bg 15.2, Bg 18.15, SB 2.5.25, SB 3.10.14
tasya — of that demigod — Bg 7.22
tasya — to him — Bg 8.14, SB 4.12.51, SB 11.29.26
tasya — of them — Bg 18.7
tasya — for that purpose — SB 1.5.18
tasya — by Him — SB 1.9.17
tasya — for the King — SB 1.10.5
tasya — his (of Mahārāja Parīkṣit) — SB 1.12.2
tasya — of his — SB 1.13.60
tasya — of Mahārāja Parīkṣit — SB 1.16.17