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Word for Word Index

artha-abhijñatā
having full knowledge of past, present and future — CC Madhya 20.361
abhipreta-artha
the desire — ŚB 5.3.2
artha-abhāvam
without substance — ŚB 3.7.18
hīna-artha-adhika-sādhake
who bestows greater benedictions upon one who is fallen and possesses no good qualities — CC Madhya 23.29
akhila-artha-lābham
the achievement of all kinds of gains — CC Madhya 24.52
akṛta-artha-vat
being unsatisfied, poor and hungry — ŚB 9.9.26-27
artha-alaṅkāra
ornaments of meaning. — CC Ādi 16.72
ornamental use of the meaning — CC Ādi 16.78
ornamental use of meaning — CC Ādi 16.78
alpa-artha
small (unimportant) purpose — ŚB 3.1.4
artha-anudarśinā
whose instructions were quite befitting — ŚB 8.15.32
atattva-artha-vat
without knowledge of reality — Bg. 18.22
sarva-artha
including all sequences — ŚB 1.5.3
four kinds of achievements — ŚB 4.22.33
of all perfections — ŚB 11.29.5
indriya-artha
for sense gratification — ŚB 3.9.9
sense gratification — ŚB 3.23.53
sense gratification as the ultimate goal of life — ŚB 4.22.13
for the satisfaction of the senses — ŚB 4.22.33
sense objects — ŚB 4.29.18-20
in sense gratification — ŚB 7.9.43
of sense objects — ŚB 10.63.42
the objects of the senses — CC Madhya 23.24
āhata-artha
frustrated — ŚB 3.9.10
puruṣa-artha
goal of life — ŚB 3.13.50, CC Ādi 7.85, CC Ādi 7.144
of the real goal of life — ŚB 4.9.17
of the ultimate goal of life — ŚB 4.30.21
the goals of life — ŚB 5.3.8
achievement of the goal of life — CC Ādi 7.84
achievements. — CC Ādi 7.84
human interest — CC Madhya 6.184
interest of the living being — CC Madhya 19.164
the different types of human interests. — CC Madhya 19.164
sva-artha
own interest — ŚB 2.9.40
interest — ŚB 4.22.32
in their own interest — ŚB 6.18.74
their own true benefit — ŚB 10.23.26
about their own true benefit — ŚB 10.23.45
for their own sake — ŚB 10.32.17
of their own benefit — ŚB 10.32.17