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Word for Word Index

ananta-śakti-dhṛk
the possessor of unlimited potencies. — ŚB 10.17.25
baka-rūpa-dhṛk
assumed the bodily shape of a big duck — ŚB 10.11.48
cihna-dhṛk
decorated like — ŚB 1.16.5
daṇḍa-dhṛk
the ruler who holds the scepter — ŚB 4.21.12
dharma-rūpa-dhṛk
assuming the form of religious principles — ŚB 2.10.42
pati-rūpa-dhṛk
in the form of the husband. — ŚB 6.18.33-34
viṣṇu-śakti-dhṛk
being empowered by Lord Viṣṇu — ŚB 9.7.3
dhṛk
assuming — ŚB 10.15.23, ŚB 10.37.28, ŚB 12.11.32
the holder — ŚB 10.16.49
carrying. — ŚB 10.79.2
wearing. — ŚB 11.10.24
possessing — ŚB 11.31.13
pratirūpa-dhṛk
tangible example. — ŚB 7.10.21
siddha-svarūpa-dhṛk
assuming the form of liberated persons like Sanaka and Sanātana — ŚB 8.14.8
yoga-īśa-rūpa-dhṛk
by assuming the form of a great yogī like Dattātreya. — ŚB 8.14.8
vāmana-rūpa-dhṛk
appearing as Lord Vāmana. — ŚB 8.13.6
tri-śakti-dhṛk
the controller of three energies. — ŚB 2.6.32
the controller of the three modes of material nature. — CC Madhya 20.318, CC Madhya 21.37
vṛṣa-rūpa-dhṛk
in the disguise of a bull — ŚB 1.17.22
bearing the form of the bull of religion — ŚB 11.17.11
rūpa-dhṛk
by accepting visible forms — ŚB 2.10.36
possessing the form (of his original Gandharva position) — ŚB 8.4.3-4
svarūpa-dhṛk
accepting the form — ŚB 4.1.4
śata-parva-dhṛk
the controller of the thunderbolt (Indra). — ŚB 3.14.41