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Word for Word Index

yathā-adhītam yathā-mati
as far as my realization. — ŚB 1.3.44
anānā-mati-upalakṣaṇaḥ
who is not realized by persons having many angles of vision. — CC Madhya 25.133
asaṅkoca-mati
without hesitation. — CC Madhya 20.350
mati-bhit
contaminating the consciousness — ŚB 6.5.38
bhāva-mati
ecstatic mind — CC Antya 17.54
capala-mati
restless mind — CC Madhya 2.69
duḥkha-mati
aggrieved. — CC Ādi 17.66
mati-ghnīḥ
killing intelligence — ŚB 3.15.23
harṣa-mati
very pleased — CC Ādi 13.121
śunite haya mati
I wish to hear. — CC Madhya 25.90
jīva-mati
considering an ordinary living being — CC Madhya 18.117
‘māṭi kene khāya’
why is the child eating dirt? — CC Ādi 14.26
viruddha-mati-kṛt
a statement of opposing elements — CC Ādi 16.62
that which creates a contradiction — CC Ādi 16.64
kṛṣṇe mati rahu
just remain always Kṛṣṇa conscious — CC Madhya 19.93
mahā-mati
advanced in spiritual consciousness — CC Ādi 11.45
O intelligent brāhmaṇaCC Madhya 5.69
very intelligent — CC Madhya 10.46
all highly intellectual. — CC Madhya 10.53
great personality. — CC Madhya 10.116
learned scholar — CC Antya 7.16
mati
consciousness — ŚB 1.9.21
intelligence — ŚB 3.6.36, CC Ādi 14.12, CC Madhya 21.121
the opinion. — CC Ādi 2.112
attention. — CC Ādi 6.58-59
intentions. — CC Madhya 5.156
consciousness. — CC Madhya 12.185
desire — CC Madhya 17.3, CC Madhya 21.137
mind. — CC Antya 3.106
attention — CC Antya 17.49
mati-vimoham
bewilderment of the mind — ŚB 2.7.37
mati-vṛttayaḥ
mental concoction. — ŚB 4.22.14
viṣakta-mati
whose mind was too much attracted — ŚB 5.8.13
nānā-mati
different vision — ŚB 3.5.23
yathā-mati
according to their different capacities — ŚB 4.7.24
rati-mati
affection and attraction — CC Ādi 6.57
mati-mān
who is intelligent — ŚB 11.28.43
an intelligent man — CC Ādi 9.43
viruddha-mati
a contradictory conception — CC Ādi 16.55
sūkṣma-mati
very finely intelligent — CC Antya 18.93