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Word for Word Index

a-tat-jña-jana
by persons not knowing his real position — ŚB 5.9.9-10
a-tat-jña
without knowledge — ŚB 10.12.25
a-tattva-jña
one who has no knowledge of the Absolute Truth — CC Antya 5.120
akṛta-jña
as being ungrateful — ŚB 10.82.42
arasa-jña
those who are without mellows — CC Madhya 8.258
sarva-jña bhagavān
the omniscient Supreme Personality of Godhead. — CC Antya 13.110
jña-bhāvāt
from knowledge — ŚB 10.14.26
dharma-jña
one who is aware of the principles of religion — ŚB 1.7.46
O one who knows the codes of religion — ŚB 1.17.22
O knower of the principles of religion — ŚB 4.17.18
O you, who are quite aware of religious principles — ŚB 9.9.30
O knower of religion — ŚB 10.22.15
O knower of religious principles — ŚB 10.44.45
sarva-dharma-jña
O perfect knower of the nature of all beings — ŚB 10.19.10
O supreme knower of religious principles — ŚB 11.17.7
kṣetra-jña
and the knower of the body — Bg. 13.27
of the living entity — ŚB 5.11.7
the conscious living entity — ŚB 11.15.15
the living entities — CC Madhya 6.154
kṣetra-jñaCC Madhya 6.156
kṣetra-jña — CC Madhya 20.115
rasa-jña
of the name Rasajña — ŚB 4.25.49
those who enjoy transcendental mellows — CC Madhya 8.258
devotees — CC Antya 20.156
sarva-jña
one who knows everything — ŚB 2.5.8
because you know everything — ŚB 10.1.12
O omniscient one — ŚB 11.22.27
who knows everything — CC Ādi 17.103, CC Antya 4.73
a man who knows past, present and future — CC Ādi 17.104
knower of everything — CC Ādi 17.105
the all-knowing astrologer — CC Ādi 17.106, CC Ādi 17.112
all-knowing — CC Ādi 17.259, CC Antya 4.74
omniscient — CC Madhya 16.236, CC Madhya 17.97, CC Madhya 18.5, CC Madhya 18.191, CC Antya 3.150, CC Antya 7.88, CC Antya 16.48
an astrologer — CC Madhya 20.127
the astrologer — CC Madhya 20.131
the omniscient — CC Madhya 21.14
kṣetra-jña-ākhyā
the potency known as kṣetra-jñaCC Ādi 7.119
the potency known as kṣetrajñaCC Madhya 20.112, CC Madhya 24.308
jña
O knower — ŚB 10.80.28
sarva-jña prabhu
the omniscient Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu — CC Madhya 12.168