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adharma
irreligion — Bg. 1.40, ŚB 1.15.37, ŚB 1.17.28, ŚB 1.18.6, ŚB 2.1.32, ŚB 2.7.39, ŚB 7.15.42, CC Antya 4.28
irreligious — ŚB 1.14.5, ŚB 4.24.41, CC Ādi 3.61
principle of irreligion — ŚB 1.15.45
irreligiosity — ŚB 1.17.24, ŚB 1.17.33
irreligious principles — ŚB 1.17.32, ŚB 1.17.40, ŚB 6.1.47, CC Madhya 20.219
of irreligion — ŚB 4.13.39, ŚB 12.3.24
by irreligious means — ŚB 10.49.22
in irreligion — ŚB 11.10.27-29
to irreligion — ŚB 12.1.38
adharma-pādaiḥ
by the legs of irreligion — ŚB 12.3.20
adharma-lakṣaṇaiḥ
by the qualities of irreligion. — ŚB 12.3.22
adharma saṁhāra
vanquishing irreligious principles. — CC Ādi 5.113
dharma-adharma
piety and impiety — CC Antya 15.72
what is pious and what is impious — CC Antya 4.77
adharma-bahulaḥ
full of irreligion. — ŚB 6.16.41
adharma-śīla
who are irreligious — ŚB 9.5.6
adharma-bahulena
with an abundance of irreligion — ŚB 5.6.10
adharma-jñāḥ
because they did not know religious principles — ŚB 9.18.41
those who know nothing about religion — ŚB 12.3.38
adharma-vartine
who was induced to irreligious principles (because he cursed his offenseless disciple) — ŚB 9.13.5
adharma-śākhāḥ
which are different branches of irreligion — ŚB 7.15.12
adharma-vat
accepting them as irreligious — ŚB 7.15.12
adharma-ūrmiṣu
in the waves of irreligion, like kāma, krodha, lobha and mohaŚB 8.7.30
adharma-kṛt
the most mischievous — ŚB 4.14.12
adharma-vartinaḥ
persons not following the Vedic principles or regulative principles — ŚB 5.26.37
adharma-lakṣaṇāḥ
symptomized by impious activities — ŚB 6.1.3
adharma-jam
produced from irreligious actions — ŚB 6.2.17
adharma-kṛtaḥ
one who acts irreligiously — ŚB 1.17.22
adharma-bandhuḥ
the friend of irreligion. — ŚB 1.17.31
adharma-śīlasya
of one who is engaged in irreligion — ŚB 3.5.3