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Word for Word Index

acyuta-uktam
what was spoken by the infallible Lord Kṛṣṇa — ŚB 1.10.3
artha-uktam
expressed indirectly — ŚB 11.3.36
asādhu-uktam
improper speech — ŚB 6.17.24
bhīṣma-uktam
what was spoken by Bhīṣmadeva — ŚB 1.10.3
deva-deva-uktām
being advised by the supreme demigod, Lord Brahmā — ŚB 4.24.11
guru-putra-uktam
advised by Ṣaṇḍa and Amarka, the sons of Śukrācārya — ŚB 7.5.51
tat-uktam
being spoken by the boys — ŚB 10.11.5
uktam
said — Bg. 11.1, Bg. 11.41-42, Bg. 12.20, ŚB 4.8.19, ŚB 4.24.15
described — Bg. 13.19
disclosed — Bg. 15.20
as declared — Bg. 16.24
uttered — ŚB 1.5.5
is said — ŚB 1.14.40
what you have said — ŚB 5.1.5
have said — ŚB 5.6.2
it is said — ŚB 5.6.3
speech — ŚB 5.12.3
mentioned — ŚB 9.18.24
what has been spoken — ŚB 10.22.16
spoken — ŚB 10.29.13, ŚB 10.29.32, ŚB 10.90.24, ŚB 12.12.46
was spoken — ŚB 10.39.9
what He had said — ŚB 10.53.30
was stated — ŚB 10.71.2
what was spoken — ŚB 10.86.50
has been spoken — ŚB 11.13.38
enjoined — ŚB 11.27.8
is spoken — ŚB 12.12.22
was said — CC Madhya 19.199-200
yathā-uktam
as described — ŚB 7.10.23
as mentioned above — CC Madhya 23.113
yat uktam
which have been prescribed — ŚB 9.10.29
which was spoken (that Kaṁsa’s murderer was already somewhere else) — ŚB 10.4.29
veda-uktam
what is prescribed in the VedasŚB 11.3.45
the regulated activities described by the VedasŚB 11.3.46