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Word for Word Index

tanu-bhā
the effulgence of His transcendental body — CC Ādi 1.3, CC Ādi 2.5
tanu-bhṛt
a living entity who has accepted a material body — ŚB 5.1.12
one who has accepted a material body — ŚB 5.11.15
the living entities embodied in material nature — ŚB 8.3.17
resembling the embodied living beings — ŚB 11.31.11
tanu-bhṛtaḥ
embodied living entities — ŚB 4.7.30
the embodied living entities — ŚB 10.87.30
the embodied living beings — ŚB 11.6.14
conditioned souls with material bodies — ŚB 11.7.17
who have accepted material bodies — CC Madhya 19.143
tanu-bhṛtsu
embodied living beings — ŚB 11.5.10
among the living entities — CC Madhya 24.207
tanu-bhṛtām
of the embodied — ŚB 4.1.28, ŚB 4.9.10
of the living entities who have accepted material bodies — ŚB 7.9.19
with reference to living entities possessing material bodies — ŚB 7.9.24
for all embodied living beings — ŚB 10.29.32
of the embodied living beings — ŚB 11.4.4
of those who are embodied — ŚB 11.29.6, CC Ādi 1.48, CC Madhya 22.48
of all embodied living beings — ŚB 12.8.40
sat-cit-ānanda-tanu
Kṛṣṇa’s body is transcendental, full of knowledge, bliss and eternity — CC Madhya 8.136
tanū-deśaiḥ
with all the parts of the body — ŚB 7.13.12-13
eka-tanu
one body — CC Ādi 5.175
tanu-hīna
without a body — CC Madhya 2.22
tanū-ja
my dear son (born of my body) — ŚB 6.14.58
janma-tanu-mana
their births, bodies and minds. — CC Madhya 21.114
tanu-je
in his son, Jaḍa Bharata — ŚB 5.9.6
tanu-jānām
sons — ŚB 10.90.35
kula-vara-tanu
of the family women — CC Antya 1.167
kṛṣṇa-tanu-sama
exactly like the transcendental body of Kṛṣṇa — CC Ādi 5.18
kṛṣṇa-tanu
the body of Kṛṣṇa — CC Antya 19.40
tanu-mana
body and mind — CC Madhya 2.76, CC Antya 20.48
mind and body — CC Antya 5.35-36, CC Antya 20.50
the minds and bodies — CC Antya 19.96
utphullita tanu-mane
the body and mind become jubilant — CC Madhya 25.278
tanu-manera
of the mind and body — CC Madhya 2.64
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ
by the body, words and mind — CC Madhya 8.67
tanu-māninaḥ
of a person in the bodily concept of life — ŚB 10.2.22
tanu nahe
is not an ordinary body — CC Antya 19.40
tanū-ruhaḥ
the hairs of his body — ŚB 10.39.56-57
tanū-ruheṣu
in the hair on the body — ŚB 8.20.25-29