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Word for Word Index

akrūra-mūrti dhari’
taking the form of Akrūra — CC Antya 19.49
ananta mūrti
unlimited forms — CC Ādi 6.9
aniruddhera mūrti
expansions of Aniruddha — CC Madhya 20.197
bahu-mūrti hañā
taking multifarious forms. — CC Ādi 5.94
bahu-mūrti
having many forms — ŚB 10.40.7, CC Madhya 20.173
many forms — CC Madhya 13.64
bahu-vidha mūrti
many forms — CC Madhya 20.168
bahu mūrti hañā
becoming many forms. — CC Madhya 20.284
mūrti-bheda
different forms — CC Ādi 5.124
difference of form — CC Madhya 20.172
catur-bhuja-mūrti
four-handed form — CC Madhya 9.149
four-armed form — CC Madhya 10.33
bhāva-mūrti
the form of the emotions — CC Ādi 4.106
ei cabbiśa mūrti
all of these twenty-four forms — CC Madhya 20.207
cit-ānanda-mūrti
spiritual blissful form — CC Madhya 9.191
kṛṣṇa-mūrti-daraśana
visiting the Deity in the temple. — CC Madhya 24.335
śrī-mūrti-darśana
seeing the Deity — CC Madhya 22.124
daśa-mūrti hañā
expanding into ten forms — CC Madhya 14.251
kṛṣṇa-mūrti dekhi’
seeing the Deity of Lord Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 9.249
deva-mūrti
deities — CC Madhya 18.59
mūrti-dhara
Kṛṣṇa, the personified reservoir of all pleasure — CC Madhya 8.143
mūrti-dharāḥ
personified — ŚB 1.19.23
in the personified form — ŚB 11.17.5-6
divya-mūrti
brilliant forms — CC Ādi 13.83
dvi-mūrti ha-iyā
taking two forms — CC Ādi 6.14-15
eka mūrti
one form — CC Madhya 13.64
eka-mūrti
one form. — CC Madhya 5.135
gopa-mūrti
the cowherd boy. — CC Madhya 20.166
mūrti haya
there are deities — CC Madhya 18.59
mūrti hañā
taking His transcendental form — CC Ādi 14.9
śrī-mūrti-lakṣaṇa
characteristics of the Deity — CC Madhya 24.335
mūrti-madbhiḥ
assuming some form — ŚB 10.13.51
possessing form — ŚB 10.13.53
personified — ŚB 11.30.28-32
mūrti-mantam
personified — ŚB 12.8.23
mūrti-matyaḥ
accepting forms — ŚB 8.8.10
mūrti-matyā
having accepted such a bodyCC Ādi 16.3
trayī-mūrti-mayī
the mother of the three VedasŚrī brahma-saṁhitā 5.27
mūrti-mān
incarnate — ŚB 10.43.17
assuming a personal form — ŚB 10.66.32-33