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ātma-aiśvarya-smṛtiḥ
remembrance of the exalted transcendental position of Me, the Supreme Personality of Godhead — ŚB 6.9.47
akuṇṭha-smṛtiḥ
whose remembrance is undisturbed — ŚB 11.2.53
apagata-smṛtiḥ
having lost consciousness. — ŚB 10.3.53
aśruta-smṛtiḥ
without remembrance of spiritual existence — ŚB 4.28.59
gata-smṛtiḥ
being forgetful — ŚB 5.5.7
hari-smṛtiḥ
remembrance of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — ŚB 8.10.55
indriya-smṛtiḥ
realization of the actions of the senses and memory — ŚB 8.11.48
janma-smṛtiḥ
the remembrance of birth — ŚB 6.1.49
labdha-smṛtiḥ
having gained his memory — ŚB 3.31.9
the lost consciousness is regained — ŚB 5.12.16
mat-smṛtiḥ
realized knowledge of Me — ŚB 11.11.47
naṣṭa-smṛtiḥ
bereft of all intelligence — ŚB 4.28.27
having gotten rid of the memory of seeing the universal form within Kṛṣṇa’s mouth — ŚB 10.8.44
smṛtiḥ
memory — Bg. 10.34, Bg. 18.73, ŚB 3.26.30, ŚB 3.31.15, ŚB 7.10.8
remembrance — Bg. 15.15, ŚB 1.6.24, ŚB 10.10.20-22, ŚB 10.69.18, ŚB 10.73.15, ŚB 11.13.35, ŚB 11.22.38
to find one’s proper duty — ŚB 1.16.26-30
remembrance. — ŚB 2.1.6
memory. — ŚB 3.31.23, ŚB 12.2.1
remembrance of the activities of my previous life — ŚB 5.12.15
whose remembrance — ŚB 5.14.10
the remembrance — ŚB 5.19.22
the memory (of Nārada Muni’s instructions). — ŚB 7.7.16
constant remembrance — ŚB 7.9.50
the memory — ŚB 10.64.25
self-realization, remembering one’s eternal identity — ŚB 11.13.6
observation of the past and future — ŚB 11.25.2-5
the smṛti-śāstras, which explain the Vedic literatures — CC Madhya 22.6
veda-smṛtiḥ
Vedasmṛti — ŚB 5.19.17-18
āgata-smṛtiḥ
remembering Himself — ŚB 10.18.28