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Word for Word Index

akhila-vitta-pā
I am the possessor of unlimited opulence and wealth — ŚB 10.8.42
para-vitta-apatya-kalatrāṇi
the money, wife and children of another — ŚB 5.26.8
vitta-bādha
by scarcity of money — ŚB 5.13.13
vitta-graham
as a money-grabbing ghost — ŚB 5.26.36
gṛha-vitta
all household possessions — CC Antya 3.139
para-vitta-hartuḥ
of one who steals the money of others by cheating or by transactions on the black market — ŚB 7.6.15
vitta-hīnāḥ
lacking wealth — ŚB 12.3.31
vitta-lobhena
for being allured by greed for money — ŚB 8.20.3
vitta-pa
of the owner of riches, Kuvera, the treasurer of the heavenly planets — ŚB 5.10.17
putra-vitta
children and wealth — ŚB 7.7.4-5
vitta-vataḥ
possessing money — ŚB 11.8.24
vitta-vatām
for persons who possess considerable wealth — ŚB 7.13.16-17
vitta-śāṭhyena
by means of cheating someone of his wealth. — ŚB 5.14.35
vitta-śāṭhyāt
because of cheating one another merely for money. — ŚB 5.13.11
because of cheating. — ŚB 5.14.26
vitta-vyatiṣaṅga
by monetary transactions — ŚB 5.13.13
because of monetary transactions — ŚB 5.14.37
vitta
wealth — ŚB 3.31.41, ŚB 4.3.17, ŚB 4.9.12, ŚB 4.20.35-36, ŚB 8.3.18, ŚB 10.14.50, ŚB 10.14.51, CC Madhya 10.55
money — ŚB 4.2.26
bank balance — ŚB 5.18.10
material opulences — ŚB 9.23.26
for wealth — ŚB 10.84.38
of the wealth — ŚB 10.85.37
for money — ŚB 11.8.27
prosperity — ŚB 11.8.31
and money — ŚB 11.17.56
vitta-īśaḥ
the lord of the treasury of the demigods — Bg. 10.23
vitta-śāṭhya
miserly mentality (not spending sufficient money) — ŚB 8.16.51-52
vitta-vān
one who is sufficiently rich. — ŚB 7.14.19
who has money — ŚB 11.8.25-26