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Word for Word Index

ahaitukī bhakti kare
they perform causeless devotional service — CC Madhya 24.167
kare andha
makes the customers blind — CC Antya 19.98
kare mahā-andha
makes one completely blind — CC Antya 6.199
anna-kūṭa kare
perform the Annakūṭa ceremony — CC Madhya 4.90
kare anugati
follows — CC Madhya 22.153
prabhure kare anunaya
entreated the Lord — CC Antya 9.42
kare sarva-anusandhāna
takes all information of. — CC Antya 8.42
kare apamāna
insults — CC Antya 16.129
ardha-aśana kare
were taking half the quantity of food — CC Antya 8.70
artha kare
makes the meaning — CC Antya 16.141
He explains the meaning — CC Antya 18.9
kare arthe
describes the meaning — CC Antya 17.50
ati-kṛpā kare
shows me very great favor. — CC Antya 20.96-98
atyāgraha kare
strongly urging to accept the invitation. — CC Ādi 7.57
kare avadhāna
glances — CC Madhya 20.272
kare aṅgīkāra
accepts. — CC Antya 12.111
kare bahuta bhakṣaṇa
eat more than necessary — CC Antya 8.15
kṛṣṇa bhajana kare
are engaged in Kṛṣṇa’s service — CC Antya 13.133
bhakti kare
all of them engage in devotional service — CC Madhya 24.301
bhakti kare sāra
established the predominance of devotional service — CC Madhya 25.20
kare miṣṭānna bhakṣaṇa
eats sweetmeats — CC Antya 8.44
kare bharaṇa
will maintain. — CC Antya 9.140
kāre tomāra bhaya
why should You be afraid of anyone — CC Madhya 12.49
bhaya nāhi kare
they were not at all afraid — CC Madhya 17.198
without fear. — CC Antya 8.20
bhikṣā kare
takes alms or eats — CC Madhya 7.131-132
takes His lunch — CC Madhya 12.70
accepts food — CC Antya 8.39
bhoga kare
enjoys sense gratification — CC Antya 9.89
ke kare bhojana
who will eat them — CC Madhya 15.57
kare bhojana
accepts the prasādamCC Madhya 14.40
nā kare bhojana
does not accept food. — CC Madhya 17.179
bhojana kare
began to eat. — CC Antya 10.124
keha nā kare bhojana
no one would eat — CC Antya 11.85
brahmaṇya kare
give charity to the brāhmaṇasCC Antya 6.198
kare bāhire vijaya
He remains outside — CC Madhya 15.6
bāla-cāñcalya kare
sport like children — CC Madhya 14.84
ca-kāre
in the use of the word caCC Madhya 24.145
by the word caCC Madhya 24.149
kare camatkāra
is certainly wonderful. — CC Madhya 19.234