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aṣṭa-prahara
twenty-four hours — CC Madhya 19.126, CC Madhya 19.130
twenty-four hours a day — CC Antya 13.93
aṣṭa-prahara yāya
he passed the whole day and night. — CC Antya 13.132
dui prahara bhitare
within six hours — CC Madhya 15.225
cāri-prahara
generally after four praharasCC Madhya 20.390
dvitīya prahara
the second period of the day — CC Madhya 1.56
gadā-prahāra-vyathitaḥ
being aggrieved because of the blow from Jambhāsura’s club — ŚB 8.11.15
tṛtīya prahara haila
it became afternoon — CC Antya 5.64
prahara haya
there is a prahara. — CC Madhya 20.389
sapta-prahara
seven praharas (twenty-one hours) — CC Ādi 10.102
twenty-one hours — CC Ādi 17.18
prahara
a duration of time comprising three hours — CC Ādi 10.17
a period of time lasting three hours — CC Ādi 17.120
tṛtīya prahara
the third period of the day, the afternoon. — CC Madhya 14.233
midafternoon — CC Antya 10.75
sāḍe sāta prahara
7.5 praharas (one prahara equals three hours) — CC Antya 6.310
prahāra
by the striking — ŚB 10.16.31
pāda-prahāra pāñā
being kicked — CC Antya 12.25