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Word for Word Index

nistriṁśa-agra-āhataḥ
because of being cut by the tip of the sword — ŚB 9.2.7
nāsa-agra
the tip of the nose — ŚB 7.15.32-33
agra
forward — ŚB 10.36.10
the chief — CC Antya 10.4
agra-nīḥ
coming forward — ŚB 10.37.1-2
sa-agra-jaḥ
together with His elder brother, Balarāma — ŚB 10.15.41
agra-dagdhām
which was previously burnt (by the monkey soldier Hanumān). — ŚB 9.10.16
agra-jāya
to His elder brother (Lord Balarāma) — ŚB 10.34.32
agra-pātaiḥ
with the striking — ŚB 10.29.45-46
agra-pūjāyām
the first to be worshiped — ŚB 7.14.35
eka-agra-manāḥ
with full attention — ŚB 4.29.82
agra-hastā
in her hand — ŚB 10.60.8
agra-ja
of His elder brother — ŚB 10.57.22
agra-bhuk
one who eats before — ŚB 1.15.11
the enjoyer of the first oblations — ŚB 4.14.28
enjoying in spite of your elder brother’s being present — ŚB 9.22.14-15
mārga-agra
the ultimate goal — ŚB 3.25.6
agra-jam
his elder brother (King Dhṛtarāṣṭra) — ŚB 3.20.2
to His elder brother, Lord Balarāma — ŚB 10.15.4
daṁṣṭra-agra
the tips of the tusks — ŚB 3.13.40
on the ends of His tusks — ŚB 3.18.6
sva-nāsā-agra
the tip of one’s nose — ŚB 3.28.12
agra-jāḥ
born before you — ŚB 2.6.13-16
born prior to you — ŚB 2.7.41
agra-daṁṣṭrayā
by the tip of His tusk — ŚB 3.18.2
agra-jān
the elder brothers. — ŚB 4.22.6
sva-nāsa-agra
on the tip of one’s own nose — ŚB 11.14.32-33
grāva-agra
by the edges of the stones — ŚB 12.13.2
agra-saram
who came first — ŚB 10.87.24
agra-daṁṣṭre
on the end of the tusk — ŚB 5.18.39
lakṣmaṇa-agra-jam
the elder brother of Lakṣmaṇa — ŚB 5.19.1
lakṣmaṇa-agra-jaḥ
Lord Śrī Rāmacandra, the elder brother of Lakṣmaṇa. — ŚB 5.19.7
agra-jasya
of the elder brother — ŚB 6.11.15
agra-jaḥ
elder — ŚB 4.28.11
His elder brother (Lord Balarāma) — ŚB 10.38.23
Your elder brother — ŚB 10.41.12
His elder brother, Lord Balarāma. — ŚB 10.41.52
His elder brother — ŚB 10.42.13
His elder brother. — ŚB 10.43.17
elder brother — ŚB 10.43.30