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Word for Word Index

trayī-dviṣaḥ
the Daityas, who are enemies of Vedic culture. — ŚB 12.7.14
trayī-gātra
O personified Vedic knowledge — ŚB 4.7.46
trayī-maya-ātman
O three Vedas personified — ŚB 8.7.28
trayī-mayam
Vedas personified — ŚB 3.13.41
the sum total of the three VedasŚB 4.14.21
established in the VedasŚB 5.20.3-4
consisting of the three Vedas (Sāma, Yajur and Ṛg) — ŚB 5.22.3
represented by the three VedasŚB 12.10.24
trayī-mayaḥ
in terms of the Vedic injunction — ŚB 1.18.45
personified VedasŚB 2.4.19
which is worshiped by the Gāyatrī mantra (om bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ tat savitur, etc.) — ŚB 5.21.12
for the sake of guidance in karma-kāṇḍa Vedic knowledge — ŚB 8.5.36
trayī-mūrti-mayī
the mother of the three VedasŚrī brahma-saṁhitā 5.27
trayī
of the three VedasBg. 9.21
Vedic sacrifices — ŚB 1.2.24
the three sacrificial VedasŚB 1.4.25
the VedasŚB 3.1.33
the three goals, namely religion, economy and salvation — ŚB 3.12.44
in the VedasŚB 4.31.10
the Vedic ritualistic ceremonies — ŚB 7.6.26
the three modes of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies — ŚB 8.16.31
the principles of the three VedasŚB 9.14.43
the Vedic principles of karma, jñāna and upāsanāŚB 9.14.49
the threefold — ŚB 11.17.12
by the three VedasŚB 12.3.21
trayī-ātmā
who consists of the three VedasŚB 5.8.19
whose form manifests the VedasCC Madhya 20.333