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Word for Word Index

avadhūta
neglected by others — ŚB 1.19.25
of the name Avadhūta — ŚB 4.25.48
neglected — ŚB 5.5.31
O master of all mystic power — ŚB 5.12.1
scattered — ŚB 10.37.1-2
of the avadhūta brāhmaṇaŚB 11.9.33
the mendicant — CC Ādi 5.161
agitated and cleansed. — CC Madhya 21.18
the great devotee and mendicant — CC Antya 3.149
paramahaṁsaCC Antya 7.20
Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Antya 12.78
avadhūta-liṅgāḥ
who remain hidden under different bodily guises — ŚB 5.13.23
avadhūta-veṣa-bhāṣā-caritaiḥ
by the dress, language and characteristics of an avadhūtaŚB 5.6.6
avadhūta-veṣaḥ
dressed like a mendicant — ŚB 3.1.19
appearing like an avadhūta (having no concern with the material world) — ŚB 5.5.29
avadhūta-sevitāḥ
achieved by the self-realized souls. — ŚB 4.4.21
nityānanda avadhūta
the mendicant Lord Nityānanda — CC Ādi 6.48
avadhūta-indoḥ
of Śrī Nityānanda — CC Ādi 11.4
avadhūta paramānanda
Avadhūta Paramānanda. — CC Ādi 11.49
bhraṣṭa avadhūta
reject paramahaṁsaCC Madhya 3.85
avadhūta-gosāñi
Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Madhya 16.39
avadhūta-candra
to the moon of mendicants — CC Antya 8.3
avadhūta-ākṛtiḥ
the dress of a mendicant — CC Madhya 24.348