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Word for Word Index

nitya-abhiniviṣṭa-cetāḥ
whose mind is always absorbed — ŚB 7.6.15
akṛta-cetāḥ
ungrateful — ŚB 10.47.16
ananya-cetāḥ
without deviation of the mind — Bg. 8.14
sa-cetāḥ
in my consciousness — Bg. 11.51
vivikta-cetāḥ
one whose mind is detached from worldly affairs — ŚB 1.19.12
nirviṇṇa-cetāḥ
very morose and aggrieved at heart — ŚB 5.13.7
sammoha-vimūḍha-cetāḥ
whose mind was stupefied. — ŚB 3.22.17
cetāḥ
in heart — Bg. 2.7
attention — ŚB 2.1.9
in his mind — ŚB 10.35.12-13
her mind — ŚB 10.47.13
whose heart — ŚB 10.90.15
whose consciousness — ŚB 12.12.69, CC Madhya 17.138
gṛhīta-cetāḥ
my mind being captivated — ŚB 6.18.39
the mind became fully taken over — CC Madhya 24.47, CC Madhya 25.157
āviṣṭa-cetāḥ
the devotee who is completely absorbed (in such activities) — ŚB 10.2.37
nigṛhīta-cetāḥ
Parīkṣit Mahārāja had already become steady in hearing about Kṛṣṇa. — ŚB 10.12.40
vivigna-cetāḥ
being very anxious. — ŚB 8.19.10
lubdha-cetāḥ
My mind being bewildered — CC Ādi 4.146, CC Madhya 8.149, CC Madhya 20.182
nirviddha-cetāḥ
pierced in the heart — CC Madhya 23.65
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ
whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realization — CC Madhya 24.48