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Word for Word Index

sapta-dvīpa-adhipatayaḥ
those who are proprietors of the seven islands — ŚB 8.19.23
sapta-aham
continuously for one week — ŚB 6.16.27
for seven days — ŚB 10.25.23, ŚB 10.43.26-27, ŚB 10.46.25
sapta-dvīpa-ambudhi
the oceans of the islands — CC Madhya 20.387
sapta-rātra-ante
at the end of seven nights — ŚB 6.16.28
sapta-daśa
seventeen — ŚB 9.15.30, ŚB 10.50.41, ŚB 10.54.13, ŚB 12.13.4-9
sapta-tāla dekhi’
upon seeing the seven palm trees — CC Madhya 9.313
deva-ṛṣayaḥ sapta
the seven sages among the demigods — ŚB 12.2.31
sapta-dhanuḥ
a distance measured by seven bows (approximately fourteen yards) — ŚB 6.11.11
sapta-dhā
into seven pieces — ŚB 6.18.62, ŚB 6.18.62
into seven — ŚB 6.18.72, ŚB 6.18.72
sapta-dināni
continuously for seven days — ŚB 2.7.32
sapta-dvīpa
seven islands — ŚB 4.21.12
of the seven islands — ŚB 5.16.2
of the seven islands (the whole world) — ŚB 9.23.24
sapta-dvīpa-vatīm
consisting of seven islands — ŚB 3.21.2, ŚB 9.6.33-34
sapta-dvīpa-vatī-patiḥ
Māndhātā, who was the King of the entire world, consisting of seven islands — ŚB 9.6.47
sapta-dvīpa-patiḥ
the master of the entire world, consisting of seven islands — ŚB 9.18.46
sapta-dvīpa-vara-icchayā
by the desire to take possession of seven islands. — ŚB 8.19.22
sapta-dvīpa-vatī
consisting of seven islands — ŚB 7.4.16
sapta-dvīpavatīm
consisting of seven islands — ŚB 9.4.15-16
sapta-dvīpe
on seven islands — CC Madhya 20.218
in seven islands — CC Antya 9.9
sapta-dvīpera loka
people from all of the seven islands within the universe — CC Antya 2.10
sapta eva
seven in number — ŚB 5.20.10
sapta gauṇa
seven indirect mellows — CC Madhya 19.188
sapta godāvarī
to the place known as Sapta-godāvarī — CC Madhya 9.318
sapta-godāvarīm
(going) to the convergence of the seven Godāvarīs — ŚB 10.79.11-15
sapta-hastāya
who have seven hands — ŚB 8.16.31
sapta-hāyanaḥ
seven years of age — ŚB 10.26.3
seven years old — ŚB 10.26.14
sapta-jihvaḥ
having seven flames — ŚB 5.20.2
sapta-kṛt
seven times — ŚB 5.1.30
triḥ-sapta-kṛtvaḥ
twenty-one times — ŚB 9.15.14, ŚB 9.16.18-19
three times seven (twenty-one) times — ŚB 11.4.21
sapta miśra
seven Miśras — CC Ādi 13.57-58
sapta-mukhāḥ
having seven hoods — ŚB 5.26.33
sapta-varṣa-nāmabhyaḥ
for whom the seven tracts of land were named — ŚB 5.20.2
sapta-prahara
seven praharas (twenty-one hours) — CC Ādi 10.102
twenty-one hours — CC Ādi 17.18