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Word for Word Index

asmat-vidhaḥ
like us — ŚB 5.24.26
aṣṭa-vidhaḥ
eight kinds — ŚB 3.10.28-29
bahu-vidhaḥ
multifarious — ŚB 3.29.7
bhavat-vidhaḥ
like your good self — ŚB 3.14.12
like you — ŚB 8.15.29
catuḥ-vidhaḥ
four kinds of. — ŚB 1.17.38
of four kinds of living entities — ŚB 8.5.32
fourfold (i.e., the fourfold goals of human life: religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation). — ŚB 11.29.33
fourfold — ŚB 12.12.44
daśa-vidhaḥ
ten kinds — ŚB 3.6.9
ten kinds of — ŚB 3.7.23
dvi-vidhaḥ
two kinds — ŚB 4.29.23-25
eka-vidhaḥ
one species — ŚB 3.10.26
ekādaśa-vidhaḥ
the eleven senses — ŚB 3.32.29
evam-vidhaḥ
like this — Bg. 11.53, Bg. 11.54
like that — ŚB 5.1.35
thus (protecting himself and the citizens) — ŚB 11.17.46
evam vidhaḥ
in this way — ŚB 7.12.16
kati-vidhaḥ
how many different types — ŚB 11.19.28-32
kīdṛk-vidhaḥ
what kind would he be — ŚB 11.11.26-27
mat-vidhaḥ
a person like me — ŚB 6.7.35
nava-vidhaḥ
of nine different kinds — ŚB 3.10.14
pañca-vidhaḥ
the five material elements — ŚB 3.32.29
consisting of five senses for acquiring knowledge (the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and touch) — ŚB 10.2.27
tathā-vidhaḥ
of the kind (a foolish kṛpaṇa who does not know his real self-interest). — ŚB 6.9.49
who has been advised in such a way (by Vasudeva) — ŚB 10.1.44
tri-vidhaḥ
of three kinds — Bg. 17.7, Bg. 18.4, Bg. 18.18, ŚB 11.27.7
threefold — Bg. 17.23
three kinds — ŚB 3.10.14
of the three kinds — ŚB 3.26.23-24
in three divisions, according to the modes of nature — ŚB 11.19.7
having three aspects — ŚB 11.22.30
ṣaṭ-vidhaḥ
six kinds of — ŚB 3.10.19
vidhaḥ
varieties — ŚB 3.10.21
like. — ŚB 4.6.47
according to the particular forms — ŚB 10.87.17
in the same manner — ŚB 10.90.20