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Word for Word Index

rāja-adhikārī
a government officer — CC Madhya 16.156
patattri-rāja-adhipateḥ
from the king of all birds, Garuḍa — ŚB 5.24.29
tṛṇa-rāja-agre
into the top of a palm tree — ŚB 10.15.32
ahi-rāja
the serpent-king — ŚB 3.8.5
rāja-bandī
a prisoner of the government — CC Madhya 20.28
bhakta-rāja
kings of devotees — CC Madhya 16.261
rāja-ṛṣiḥ bharataḥ
the great, saintly King Bharata — ŚB 5.8.7
rāja-bhavanam
the royal palace — ŚB 9.10.45-46
nāhi rāja-bhaya
without fear of the King — CC Antya 9.32
kari rāja-bhaya
I am afraid of the government. — CC Madhya 20.9
rāja-bhaya
fear of the government — CC Madhya 20.10-11
rāja-bhaṭāḥ
the king’s soldiers — ŚB 3.30.20
government officials — ŚB 5.26.27
bhoja-rāja
by Kaṁsa, King of the Bhojas — ŚB 10.42.38
by the King of Bhoja (Kaṁsa) — ŚB 10.85.32-33
rāja-bhṛtya-gaṇa
the government servants — CC Madhya 16.152
daitya-rāja
of the King of the demons, Hiraṇyakaśipu — ŚB 7.5.1
rāja-daraśana
meeting a king — CC Madhya 11.7
visiting a king — CC Madhya 11.43
meeting the King. — CC Madhya 12.30
rāja-daraśane
interview with a king. — CC Madhya 10.8
rāja-daṇḍya
liable to be punished by the King — CC Antya 9.90
rāja-dhana
charity by kings — CC Ādi 12.50
the King’s money. — CC Antya 9.65
the revenue of the government — CC Antya 9.89
government revenue — CC Antya 9.106
rāja-dvāre dhari’
keeping at the door of the King. — CC Antya 9.21
rāja-dharmān
pragmatic activities of the kings — ŚB 1.9.27
rāja-patha diyā
on the government road or public road. — CC Madhya 25.210
rāja-dravya vyaya
spending the government’s revenues. — CC Antya 9.61
rāja-dravya śodhi’
after paying the dues of the government — CC Antya 9.33
kare rāja-dravya vyaya
spends the revenue of the government. — CC Antya 9.88
drupada-rāja
of King Drupada — ŚB 10.75.32
vaideha-rāja-duhitari
by this condition of mother Sītā, the daughter of the King of Videha — ŚB 9.10.11
dui rāja-pātra
the two government officers — CC Madhya 16.150
dvija-rāja-rāja
the king of moons — CC Madhya 21.126
dvirada-rāja
like a kingly elephant — ŚB 10.35.24-25
rāja-dvāra
to the door of the King. — CC Antya 9.18
rāja-dvāre
at the gate of the royal palace — ŚB 10.66.25
to the court of the Nawab. — CC Madhya 19.15