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aprati-rathaḥ
unrivaled as a chariot fighter — ŚB 10.89.30-31
citra-rathaḥ
Dhruva Mahārāja, whose chariot was very beautiful — ŚB 4.10.22
named Citraratha — ŚB 5.15.14-15
eka-rathaḥ
having only one chariot — ŚB 10.61.22
mahā-rathaḥ
great fighter. — Bg. 1.4
one who can fight alone against thousands — Bg. 1.16-18
the great general — ŚB 1.14.30
the general who could fight alone with thousands of enemies — ŚB 1.17.28
a great fighter — ŚB 2.3.15, ŚB 9.9.26-27
who could fight with many chariots — ŚB 4.10.8
a great hero — ŚB 4.19.13
Bali Mahārāja, the great charioteer — ŚB 8.15.8-9
a greatly powerful fighter — ŚB 9.17.17
the powerful warrior — ŚB 10.55.22
the mighty warrior — ŚB 10.66.11
the mighty chariot warrior. — ŚB 10.86.9
the great chariot warrior — ŚB 10.90.36
manaḥ-rathaḥ
his desire — ŚB 3.21.12
desirous. — ŚB 4.8.12
his desire. — ŚB 4.9.44
his mental aspiration — ŚB 5.1.22
created to be traversed by the chariot of the mind. — ŚB 9.18.49
desires — ŚB 10.54.51
hankering — ŚB 10.62.13
whose desires. — ŚB 10.73.33
desires. — ŚB 10.86.40
merely a creation of the mind — ŚB 11.10.3
or a mental fantasy. — ŚB 11.22.40
manaḥ-rathaḥ-mayīḥ
achieved by meditation of the mind — ŚB 11.22.48
rathaḥ
chariot — ŚB 1.15.21, ŚB 4.29.18-20, ŚB 8.11.16, ŚB 10.50.13-14
the chariot — ŚB 3.29.20, ŚB 4.10.15, ŚB 10.53.4, ŚB 11.30.44
a chariot — ŚB 8.15.5
sauraḥ rathaḥ
the chariot of the sun-god — ŚB 5.21.12
rukma-rathaḥ rukmabāhuḥ
Rukmaratha and Rukmabāhu — ŚB 10.52.22