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Word for Word Index

bahir-dvāre
the outside door. — CC Madhya 7.85
to the outside door — CC Madhya 7.87
outside the door — CC Madhya 12.162
bahiḥ-dvāre
outside the door — CC Antya 16.55
bhakta-dvāre
by the devotees — CC Antya 6.144
siṁha-dvāre bhikṣā-vṛtti
to beg alms standing at the Siṁha-dvāra — CC Antya 6.284
rāja-dvāre dhari’
keeping at the door of the King. — CC Antya 9.21
ei dui-dvāre
by these two — CC Antya 8.32
nava-dvāre
in the place where there are nine gates — Bg. 5.13
dvāre
existing as the entrance — ŚB 6.9.33
in the doorway — ŚB 11.8.23
at the door — CC Ādi 7.156, CC Madhya 15.80, CC Madhya 20.49, CC Antya 3.110, CC Antya 3.231, CC Antya 17.9
on the door — CC Ādi 17.37-38
in the gateway — CC Ādi 17.60
at the gates — CC Madhya 4.153
by means of — CC Madhya 8.157
through the door — CC Madhya 15.82
near the door — CC Madhya 15.128-129
at your door — CC Madhya 20.47
at the door. — CC Madhya 20.47, CC Antya 14.58
the door — CC Antya 10.93
to the door — CC Antya 12.121
māyā-dvāre
with the material energy — CC Ādi 2.49
by the agency of the external energy — CC Madhya 20.259
ācaraṇa-dvāre
by means of practical demonstration. — CC Ādi 4.265
viṣṇu-dvāre
by Lord Viṣṇu — CC Ādi 4.13
ei dvāre
by this — CC Ādi 4.32
sei dvāre
by that — CC Ādi 4.40
in that way — CC Ādi 4.226
prema-dvāre
by means of the love — CC Ādi 4.139
rāja-dvāre
at the gate of the royal palace — ŚB 10.66.25
to the court of the Nawab. — CC Madhya 19.15
kājī-dvāre
at the door of the Kazi — CC Ādi 17.139
śiśu-dvāre
through this boy — CC Ādi 16.95
through a boy — CC Ādi 16.96
tina dvāre
the three doors — CC Madhya 2.8
siṁha-dvāre
at the gate of the temple of Jagannātha, known as Siṁha-dvāra — CC Madhya 2.8
at the entrance door of the Jagannātha temple — CC Madhya 6.14
in front of the main gate, known as Siṁha-dvāra — CC Antya 4.126
at the main gate — CC Antya 6.214