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Word for Word Index

hita-ahitāya
for the profit and loss — ŚB 6.17.23
hita-avatīrṇasya
who have descended for the benefit of all living entities — ŚB 10.14.7, CC Madhya 21.11
hita-eṣibhiḥ
by persons who desire good for this place — ŚB 10.11.23
hita-eṣiṇī
because she was anxious for the welfare of Kṛṣṇa, she became very much agitated, thinking, “How is it that Kṛṣṇa has eaten earth?” — ŚB 10.8.33
hita haya
there will be benefit — CC Antya 4.140
hita-kāmyayā
for your benefit. — Bg. 10.1
hita-ātmanā
by one who desires good for all — ŚB 4.22.18
hita-kṛt
who is beneficial — ŚB 7.5.37
hita
and welfare — ŚB 11.17.21
welfare — CC Ādi 3.98, CC Madhya 14.17, CC Madhya 20.100, CC Antya 7.140
benefit — CC Ādi 8.56, CC Ādi 16.19, CC Madhya 5.153, CC Antya 5.130, CC Antya 7.124
beneficial — CC Ādi 17.55-56
the benefit. — CC Ādi 17.262
benefit. — CC Madhya 2.87, CC Antya 7.122
my welfare — CC Madhya 20.102
welfare. — CC Madhya 21.121
hita-tamaḥ
who acts most favorably — ŚB 10.36.28
hita-kartā
the well-wisher — CC Madhya 6.58
hita-upadeśa
good instruction — CC Madhya 9.100
hita vāñcha’
desire the welfare — CC Madhya 15.169
tāra hita
his benefit. — CC Antya 12.33
hita-sthāne
what is for my benefit — CC Antya 7.128
hita-nimitta
for benefit — CC Antya 4.140
hita lāgi’
for benefit — CC Antya 4.151
for the benefit — CC Antya 7.117
loka-hita lāgi’
for the benefit of people in general — CC Antya 2.136
tomāra hita vāñchi
wish well for you — CC Antya 2.138