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ṣaṭ-aiśvarya
of six kinds of opulences — CC Ādi 2.23
six kinds of opulence — CC Madhya 21.5
six opulences — CC Madhya 21.8
the six opulences — CC Madhya 21.96
possessing six opulences — CC Antya 5.119
ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa
with six opulences in full — CC Madhya 6.152
full in six opulences — CC Madhya 18.112
full of six opulences — CC Madhya 25.110
ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pati
the master of six opulences — CC Madhya 15.179
ṣaṭ-vidha-aiśvarya
six kinds of opulences — CC Ādi 5.44
ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-bhāṇḍāra
the storehouse of six opulences — CC Madhya 21.47
ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa bhagavān
the Supreme Personality of Godhead, full in all six opulences — CC Madhya 25.33
ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-śakti
six kinds of opulence. — CC Madhya 25.107
ṣaṭ-aiśvaryaiḥ
with all six opulences — CC Ādi 1.3
with the six opulences — CC Ādi 2.5
ṣaṭ-aiśvarye
with the six opulences — CC Madhya 21.48
ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ
who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mind — ŚB 6.1.52
ṣaṭ-aṅgayā
having six different parts — ŚB 7.9.50
ṣaṭ-aṅghre
O bee (six-footed one) — ŚB 10.47.14
ṣaṭ-aṅghri
of bumblebees — ŚB 4.29.53, ŚB 4.29.54
ṣaṭ-aṅghri-vat
like the bee, who easily moves from one flower to another. — ŚB 11.15.23
ṣaṭ-aṅghribhiḥ
with bees — ŚB 3.23.14-15
ṣaṭ-bhuja-darśana
a vision of the six-armed Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu. — CC Ādi 17.12
ṣaṭ-bhuja
six-armed — CC Ādi 17.13
ṣaṭ-darśana
of the six philosophical theses — CC Madhya 17.96, CC Antya 7.21
ṣaṭ-darśane
in six philosophical theses — CC Antya 7.21
pañca-ṣaṭ-dhā
five or six years — ŚB 7.1.37
dvi-ṣaṭ
twelve. — ŚB 4.1.7
twice six and one (thirteen) — ŚB 6.6.2
dvi-ṣaṭ-guṇa-yutāt
qualified with twelve brahminical qualities* — ŚB 7.9.10
who is qualified with twelve brahminical qualifications — CC Madhya 20.59, CC Antya 16.26
who has twelve brahminical qualifications — CC Antya 4.69
ṣaṭ-guṇa-īśaḥ
master of the six senses. — ŚB 1.3.36
vijita-ṣaṭ-guṇa
completely controlling the six bad qualities (lust, anger, greed, etc.) — CC Madhya 22.78-80
ṣaṭ-guṇaḥ
the six material qualities, namely hunger, thirst, lamentation, illusion, old age and death — ŚB 11.11.29-32
jita-ṣaṭ-guṇānām
who have conquered the influence of the six kinds of material waves — ŚB 5.1.35
ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa
by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin) — ŚB 5.14.1
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ
who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses) — ŚB 5.14.2
jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ
conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind) — ŚB 5.11.15
ṣaṭ-triṁśat-lakṣa-yojana-āyataḥ
3,600,000 yojanas long — ŚB 5.21.15