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Word for Word Index

bhava-kṣaya
stoppage of repetition of birth and death — CC Ādi 8.28
annihilation of material existence — CC Madhya 20.142
saba kṣaya gela
the effects of all those offenses have been destroyed. — CC Madhya 25.75
haila kṣaya
is now vanquished — CC Madhya 15.276
haya kṣaya
become null and void. — CC Ādi 16.69
there is destruction — CC Madhya 15.178
there is dissipation. — CC Antya 3.183
becomes nullified — CC Antya 5.45-46
kailuṅ saba kṣaya
have annihilated all — CC Madhya 13.156
kare kṣaya
vanquish — CC Antya 16.121-122
kula-kṣaya
in killing the family — Bg. 1.37-38
in the destruction of a dynasty — Bg. 1.37-38
kṣaya-kṛt
the destroyer — Bg. 11.32
threatening destruction — ŚB 10.19.7
puṇya kṣaya
destruction of piety — CC Ādi 5.206
kṣaya
diminished. — CC Ādi 10.51
to destruction. — CC Ādi 14.31
lost. — CC Ādi 16.59
vanquished. — CC Ādi 17.96
destruction — CC Ādi 17.182, CC Ādi 17.266, CC Madhya 15.107
destruction. — CC Madhya 22.51, CC Antya 3.61
dissipation — CC Antya 3.185
loss. — CC Antya 9.47
pāpa-kṣaya
destruction of sins — CC Ādi 3.64
destruction of sinful reactions — CC Ādi 17.263
disappearance of all reactions to sinful activities — CC Antya 3.177
tāpa-kṣaya
reduction of temperature. — CC Madhya 4.160
saṁsārera kṣaya
annihilation of entanglement in the material world — CC Madhya 15.109
deliverance from material bondage — CC Antya 3.63
kṣaya-unmukha
on the point of destruction — CC Madhya 22.45
yāya kṣaya
becomes vanquished. — CC Madhya 22.49
saṁsāra-kṣaya
annihilation of bondage to the material world — CC Antya 3.70