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Word for Word Index

kāya-abhyantara-vahninā
because of the fire of hunger and thirst within the body — ŚB 5.14.19
anyera ki kāya
apart from the actions of others — CC Madhya 13.178
gauṇa artha kaya
this is also another, secondary import. — CC Madhya 24.224
garhā-artha kaya
in the sense of censure. — CC Madhya 24.225
āṭānna artha kaya
fifty-eight imports are automatically derived. — CC Madhya 24.298
nānā artha kaya
there are varieties of imports. — CC Madhya 24.318
bhinna-mātra kāya
only two different bodies — CC Ādi 5.5
bhāgavate kaya
it is said in Śrīmad-BhāgavatamCC Madhya 25.30
cāri kāya
four bodies. — CC Ādi 5.9
ibha-kāya-nibhānām
and which are as large as the bodies of elephants — ŚB 5.16.19
kāya-jasya
and body — ŚB 7.15.8
kāya-vyūha kari’
expanding Himself in different bodies — CC Ādi 6.95
kaya
is spoken — CC Ādi 2.18
say. — CC Ādi 2.106, CC Madhya 1.18, CC Madhya 23.17, CC Madhya 25.51
says — CC Ādi 4.35, CC Madhya 2.85, CC Madhya 24.180, CC Antya 5.141, CC Antya 16.28
it is said — CC Ādi 5.88
says. — CC Ādi 6.24, CC Madhya 20.19, CC Madhya 24.145
describe — CC Ādi 7.86
speaks — CC Madhya 2.49
describes. — CC Madhya 6.133
say — CC Madhya 6.137, CC Madhya 22.5, CC Madhya 22.54
describe. — CC Madhya 6.178
is said — CC Madhya 6.274, CC Madhya 24.152
discussed — CC Madhya 8.56
are described. — CC Madhya 19.169
is said. — CC Madhya 19.177, CC Madhya 24.82
is meant — CC Madhya 24.221
has said. — CC Madhya 25.94
are explained — CC Madhya 25.131
utters. — CC Antya 5.129
mother Sarasvatī says. — CC Antya 5.145
is called — CC Antya 16.132
said — CC Antya 18.60
tina loka kaya
the three places or properties of Lord Kṛṣṇa. — CC Madhya 21.90
sarva-śāstre kaya
described in every śāstraCC Madhya 20.385
śāstre kaya
are mentioned in the śāstras.CC Antya 11.14
phu-kāriyā kaya
declare loudly. — CC Antya 16.61
ātmārāma kaya
is also said to be an ātmārāmaCC Madhya 24.154
kayā
under what condition — ŚB 1.6.3
by which — ŚB 1.13.9