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Word for Word Index

ajita-āśrayaḥ
protected by the invincible Lord — ŚB 1.10.3
ajita
unrestricted — ŚB 1.7.48
one who is never conquered (the Personality of Godhead) — ŚB 1.18.3
the Lord, who is unconquerable — ŚB 3.8.1
O unconquerable one — ŚB 3.13.34, ŚB 6.16.40, ŚB 10.14.3, ŚB 10.51.47, ŚB 10.52.41, ŚB 10.70.30, ŚB 10.74.5, ŚB 10.87.14, CC Madhya 15.180
uncontrolled — ŚB 3.30.18, ŚB 3.32.17, ŚB 5.14.28, ŚB 10.63.41
who have not conquered — ŚB 5.17.19
O unconquerable one. — ŚB 5.18.22
O my unconquerable Lord — ŚB 6.16.34
O supreme victorious person, who are never conquered by anyone — ŚB 7.9.15
O indefatigable and unconquerable one — ŚB 9.5.8
of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa — ŚB 10.13.60, CC Madhya 17.39
unconquered — ŚB 10.78.25-26, ŚB 10.89.24
who is undefeated — ŚB 10.90.47
O unconquerable Lord — ŚB 11.6.8
one who has not controlled — ŚB 11.8.7
due to not conquering — ŚB 11.10.27-29
without having conquered — ŚB 11.14.18
has not conquered — ŚB 11.19.40-45
of Śrī Kṛṣṇa, the unconquerable Lord — ŚB 12.12.69
O my unconquerable Lord (beyond perception and unlimitedly independent) — CC Madhya 8.67
of Śrī Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 17.138
the avatāra named Ajita — CC Madhya 20.326
ajita-devatānām
Vaiṣṇavas, or the devotees of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — ŚB 4.21.37
ajita-ātmanaḥ
who has not controlled himself — ŚB 5.14.2
of a person who is a servant of his senses — ŚB 7.6.6
who had failed to control his senses. — ŚB 11.26.16
ajita-vāda
glorification of the Supreme Lord — ŚB 4.31.28
ajita-priyā
very dear to the Supreme Personality of Godhead — ŚB 6.8.24
ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ
who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mind — ŚB 6.1.52
ajita-indriyaḥ
unable to control my senses. — ŚB 6.18.40
being unable to control the senses. — ŚB 7.4.19
who has not conquered the senses — ŚB 7.6.9
because of being unable to control the senses — ŚB 7.6.15
not having learned to control his senses — ŚB 11.3.45
having never learned to control his senses. — ŚB 11.7.56
having not controlled the senses. — ŚB 11.26.17
ajita-ātmanām
who are victims of their senses — ŚB 7.13.32
ajita-indriyāṇām
of persons who cannot control the senses — ŚB 7.9.46
ajita-antarām
because of keeping Ajita, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Viṣṇu, within herself — ŚB 10.2.20