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Word for Word Index

loka-traya-ante
at the end of the three lokas (Bhūrloka, Bhuvarloka and Svarloka) — ŚB 5.20.37
bhaṅgī-traya-paricitām
bent in three places, namely the neck, waist and knees — CC Ādi 5.224
bhuvana-traya
throughout the three worlds — ŚB 8.15.35
of the three planetary systems making up the universe — ŚB 11.4.4
guṇa-traya-ātmā
consisting of the three modes — ŚB 3.32.9
guṇa-traya-ātmakam
being an interaction of the three modes of material nature — ŚB 4.3.11
whose body is expanded by the material energy, consisting of three modes (goodness, passion and ignorance) — ŚB 8.20.21
guṇa-traya
of the three material modes of nature — ŚB 6.4.23
guṇa-traya-īśaḥ
the master of the material modes. — ŚB 7.8.8
jagat-traya
of the three worlds — ŚB 10.14.13
loka-traya
the three (upper, middle and lower) planetary systems — ŚB 3.8.25
the three worlds — ŚB 3.9.21
of the three worlds — ŚB 7.8.35
sthāna-traya
the three conditions of life (deep sleep, dreaming and wakefulness) — ŚB 6.16.61-62
tāpa-traya
threefold miseries — ŚB 1.1.2
three kinds of miseries — ŚB 1.5.32
the threefold miseries — ŚB 3.22.32, CC Madhya 22.13
threefold agonies — ŚB 3.28.31
from the threefold miseries — ŚB 3.31.16
by the threefold miserable conditions (adhyātmika, adhidaivika and adhibhautika) — ŚB 7.6.14
of the threefold miseries — CC Ādi 1.91, CC Madhya 24.100, CC Madhya 25.149
the three kinds of miserable conditions — CC Madhya 20.102
the threefold miseries. — CC Madhya 20.104
śakti-traya
three kinds of energies — ŚB 4.24.43
of the three energies — CC Ādi 2.96
traya-vidhuraḥ
although without beginning, end or middle — ŚB 6.16.36
traya
three — ŚB 10.38.17, ŚB 10.74.46
in three phases (past, present and future) — ŚB 10.51.38