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Word for Word Index

budhaḥ
the intelligent person. — Bg. 5.22, ŚB 7.14.7
one who has understood the Lord — ŚB 1.10.11-12
thoroughly experienced — ŚB 1.15.37
very learned — ŚB 3.1.32
the learned. — ŚB 3.4.23
learned — ŚB 3.7.1
wise man — ŚB 3.22.18
one who is intelligent. — ŚB 4.8.29, ŚB 11.11.15
one who is learned — ŚB 4.8.54
a learned person — ŚB 4.11.32, ŚB 4.20.23
an intelligent person. — ŚB 4.18.2, ŚB 7.13.34
learned person. — ŚB 4.20.6
if one is learned. — ŚB 5.6.5
Mercury — ŚB 5.22.13, ŚB 5.22.13, ŚB 5.23.7
the learned — ŚB 6.4.12
an intelligent person — ŚB 6.8.8-10, ŚB 11.2.37, ŚB 11.2.38
intelligent person — ŚB 6.18.75
a learned yogī.ŚB 7.15.32-33
Budha, the son of the moon and predominating deity of the planet known as Budha, or Mercury. — ŚB 9.1.34
named Budha — ŚB 9.2.30
Budha — ŚB 9.14.14
one who is intelligent — ŚB 10.60.48
who is intelligent — ŚB 10.84.38
one who knows. — ŚB 11.8.1
although intelligent — ŚB 11.18.29
the intelligent (Vedic authority). — ŚB 11.21.25
the intelligent devotee. — ŚB 11.27.38-41
one who is wise — CC Madhya 20.119, CC Madhya 24.137, CC Madhya 25.138
one who is actually learned — CC Madhya 24.98
mahā-budhaḥ
Prahlāda Mahārāja, who was highly learned and advanced in spiritual consciousness (mahā means “great,” and budha means “learned”) — ŚB 7.5.55