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CC Madhya 8.245
prabhu kahe — the Lord inquired; kon — what; vidyā — knowledge; vidyā-madhye — in the midst of knowledge; sāra — the most important; rāya kahe — Rāmānanda Rāya answered; kṛṣṇa-bhakti — devotional service to Kṛṣṇa; vinā — except; vidyā — education; nāhi — there is not; āra — any other.
Bg. 9.2
rāja-vidyā — the king of education; rāja-guhyam — the king of confidential knowledge; pavitram
CC Ādi 14.88
; haya — were; svataḥ-siddha-jñāna — self-illuminated perfect knowledge; tabe — at that time; śikṣā — education; vyartha — futile; haya — becomes.
ŚB 7.15.19
; vidyā — education; tapaḥ — austerity; yaśaḥ — fame; sravanti — dwindle; indriya — of the senses ; laulyena — because of greed; jñānam — knowledge; ca — and; eva — certainly; avakīryate — gradually vanishes.
Bg. 10.32
— also; eva — certainly; aham — I am; arjuna — O Arjuna; adhyātma-vidyā — spiritual knowledge; vidyānām — of all education; vādaḥ — the natural conclusion; pravadatām — of arguments; aham — I am.
ŚB 7.14.41
education; tuṣṭyā — and satisfaction; dhatte — he assumes; vedam — the transcendental knowledge known
CC Madhya 24.190
of; śruta-dhāraṇāḥ ye — persons advanced in the education of Vedic knowledge. — characteristics and education; tiryak-janāḥ — birds and beasts; api — even; kim u — what to speak
ŚB 1.5.22
dint of study of the Vedas; vā — or; sviṣṭasya — sacrifice; sūktasya — spiritual education; ca — and ; buddhi — culture of knowledge; dattayoḥ — charity; avicyutaḥ — infallible; arthaḥ — interest
ŚB 7.10.65-66
; śambhoḥ — of Lord Śiva; prādhānikam — ingredients; vyadhāt — created; dharma — religion; jñāna — knowledge ; virakti — renunciation; ṛddhi — opulence; tapaḥ — austerity; vidyā — education; kriyā — activities
CC Ādi 16.24
śiṣya-gaṇa — disciples; lañā — taking; punaḥ — again; vidyāra — of education; vilāsa — pastime ; vidyā-bale — by the strength of education; saba — everyone; jini’ — conquering; auddhatya — of pride; prakāśa — manifestation.
CC Madhya 5.22
mahā-kulīna — highly aristocratic; tumi — you; vidyā — education; dhana-ādi — riches; pravīṇa — enriched; āmi — I; akulīna — not aristocratic; āra — and; dhana-vidyā-hīna — without any wealth and education.
CC Ādi 14.87
putrera — of the son; lālana — maintenance; śikṣā — education; pitara — of the father; sva-dharma — duty; āmi — if I; nā — do not; śikhāle — give education; kaiche — how; janibe — He will know; dharma-marma — religion and morality.