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CC Antya 12.135
— Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; khāyena — eats; hariṣe — very happily.
CC Antya 14.42
; kahe — said; hāhā hari hari — alas, where is Hari, where is Hari; dhairya — patience; gela — lost; ha-ilā capala — became restless.
CC Antya 14.70
the heart; hari-bola bali’ — saying “Haribol”; prabhu — Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; garjiyā — making a loud sound; uṭhilā — got up.
CC Antya 14.86
hanta — oh; ayam — this; adriḥ — hill; abalāḥ — O friends; hari-dāsa-varyaḥ — the best among the
CC Antya 18.1
this; hari-viraha — due to separation from Hari; tāpa — of suffering; arṇave — in the ocean; iva
CC Antya 18.44
’ — carrying a net; hāse — laughs; kānde — cries; nāce — dances; gāya — sings; bale — says; hari hariHari, Hari.
CC Ādi 1.4
anarpita-carīṁ cirāt karuṇayāvatīrṇaḥ kalau samarpayitum unnatojjvala-rasāṁ sva-bhakti-śriyam hariḥ
CC Ādi 1.6
saukhyaṁ cāsyā mad-anubhavataḥ kīdṛśaṁ veti lobhāt tad-bhāvāḍhyaḥ samajani śacī-garbha-sindhau harīnduḥ
CC Ādi 1.6
, the Supreme Lord Hari, richly endowed with Her emotions, appeared from the womb of Śrīmatī Śacī-devī, as the moon appeared from the ocean.
CC Ādi 1.13
advaitaṁ hariṇādvaitād ācāryaṁ bhakti-śaṁsanāt bhaktāvatāram īśaṁ tam advaitācāryam āśraye
CC Ādi 1.13
Because He is nondifferent from Hari, the Supreme Lord, He is called Advaita, and because He
CC Ādi 1.57
there. He entrusted the service of his Deity to Hari Brahmacārī, a disciple of Vallabha Bhaṭṭa.