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Word for Word Index

mahā-aiśvarya-yukta
very opulent in riches — CC Madhya 16.218
aiśvarya-jñāna-yukta
with understanding of the opulences — CC Antya 7.26
yukta-anuṣṭhāna
by proper performance of duties — ŚB 3.33.24-25
yukta-pada-artheṣu
the appropriate application of things — CC Madhya 24.69
sāmānya-buddhi-yukta
endowed with common intelligence — CC Madhya 24.186
yukta-cetasaḥ
their minds engaged in Me. — Bg. 7.30
cihna-yukta
with positive marks — CC Ādi 14.16
śrī-yukta lakṣmī
Lakṣmī, possessed of opulence — CC Ādi 16.77
phula-phala-patra-yukta
dressed with fruits, flowers and leaves — CC Madhya 14.32
yukta-tamaḥ
the greatest yogīBg. 6.47
yukta-tamāḥ
most perfect in yogaBg. 12.2
tvarā-yukta
hasty — CC Madhya 6.218
yukta-vairāgya
of proper renunciation — CC Madhya 23.105
yoga-yukta-ātmā
one who is dovetailed in Kṛṣṇa consciousness — Bg. 6.29
yukta
regulated — Bg. 6.17, Bg. 6.17, Bg. 6.17
contemplating — ŚB 3.12.52
having brought under control — ŚB 11.7.9
also subduing — ŚB 11.7.9
possessed of — CC Ādi 7.124
combined together — CC Madhya 14.179
appropriate — CC Madhya 24.147
as much as necessary — CC Antya 8.67-68, CC Antya 8.67-68
proper — CC Antya 8.67-68
yukta-ātmā
self-connected — Bg. 5.21
engaged in devotional service — Bg. 7.18
having the mind firmly set on — Bg. 9.28
one who is fixed in spiritual life — ŚB 11.7.45
yukta-ātmani
on he whose mind was engaged (Prahlāda) — ŚB 7.5.41
śrama-yukta
feeling fatigued — CC Ādi 17.79
śraddhā-yukta
possessed of faith — CC Madhya 4.212
with faith and love — CC Madhya 5.160
yuktā
helped by — ŚB 4.27.29