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Root WordIAST MeaningMonier Williams PageClass
√मिन्द्mindloving, being unctous, greasy / snehane1267/3Cl.10
Amarakosha Search
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nāgāḥMasculinePluralkādraveyāḥgreat darkness or dulusion of the mind
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mindāf. a bodily defect, fault, blemish View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mindāf. Name of particular verses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mindāhuti(h-) f. a particular sacrifice, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
abhisamindhto set on fire, kindle View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
agnimindha(agnim-indh/a-) m. the priest who kindles the fire View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
ahamindram. Name (also title or epithet) of a divine being, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhrāṣṭramindhamfn. heating the frying-pan, one who fries or cook Va1rtt. 6 View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pratisamindhA1. -inddhe-, to kindle again, rekindle View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samindhA1. -inddhe-, or -indhe- (once in plural imperfect tense -aindhan-; see ; Vedic or Veda infinitive mood -/idham-and -/idhe-), to set fire to, set alight, light up, kindle, ignite, inflame (literally and figuratively) ; to take fire ; to swell, increase, exhibit, show, betray. (skill) : Passive voice -idhyate-, to be kindled, take fire, break out into flame View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samindhanam. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samindhanan. the act of kindling View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samindhanan. fuel, firewood View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samindhanan. a means of swelling or increasing of (genitive case) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svayamindriyamocanan. spontaneous emission of semen View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upasamindhA1. -inddhe-, to kindle View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upasamindhanan. the act of kindling on View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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mind मिन्द् 1, 1 U. (मिन्दति, मिन्दयति-ते). See मिद् II.
bhrāṣṭramindha भ्राष्ट्रमिन्ध a. One who fries or roasts.
samindh समिन्ध् 7 Ā. 1 To kindle, light up, ignite. -2 To excite, inflame, kindle (anger &c.) -3 To glorify. -4 To exhibit (skill). -Pass. To catch or take fire.
samindhanam समिन्धनम् 1 Kindling. -2 Fuel; संधुक्ष्यतां नो$रि- समिन्धनेषु Bk.2.28. -3 A means of swelling; Mb.12.
Macdonell Vedic Search
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manas mán-as, n. mind, x. 90, 13; 129, 4; 135, 3 [Av. manō, Gk. μένος].
manojū mano-jú̄, a. swift as thought, i. 85, 4 [mánas mind + jù to speed].
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mindā f. bodily defect (V.1).
agnimindha m. fire-kindler, kind of priest, later agnídh.
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agne gṛhapate 'gniṃ samindhe yajamāna # MS.1.5.11: 80.14.
ā te dadhāmīndriyam # RV.8.93.27a.
imaṃ samindhiṣīmahi # Kauś.89.13c.
evam aham āyuṣā medhayā varcasā prajayā paśubhir brahmavarcasena samindhe (SMB. brahmavarcasena dhanenānnādyena samedhiṣīya) # SMB.1.6.32; PG.2.4.3. See next, and evaṃ mām āyuṣā.
ghṛtena tvāṃ manur adyā samindhe # AVś.7.82.6b.
tad ahaṃ prabravīmīndrāya viśvebhyo devebhyo brāhmaṇebhyaḥ somyebhyaḥ somapebhyaḥ # Lś.8.3.13. Cf. next.
tāṃ vāyuḥ samindhiṣṭa # MS.4.9.25: 137.16.
tāṃ vāyuḥ samindhe # MS.4.9.23: 137.1; TA.4.41.2,5; KA.1.198B.
tāṃ sūryas samindhe # KA.1.199; 1.199.1 (ter).
tām agniḥ saminddhe (KA. samindhe) # MS.4.9.23: 136.10; TA.4.41.1,6; KA.1.198A.
tām agniḥ samindhiṣṭa # MS.4.9.25: 137.14.
tām ahaṃ samindhiṣṭa # MS.4.9.25 (quater): 137.14,17; 138.1,3.
tām ahaṃ samindhe # MS.4.9.23 (ter): 137.2,4,6; TA.4.41.1--6; KA.1.198A; 1.198B; 1.199; 1.199.1 (ter).
tām ādityaḥ saminddhe # MS.4.9.23: 137.3; TA.4.41.2,4.
tām ādityaḥ samindhiṣṭa # MS.4.9.25: 137.18.
tāṃ prajāpatiḥ saminddhe # MS.4.9.23: 137.5.
tāṃ prajāpatiḥ samindhiṣṭa # MS.4.9.25: 138.2.
devasya tvā savituḥ prasave 'śvinor bāhubhyāṃ pūṣṇo hastābhyāṃ sarasvatyā vācā yantur yantreṇemam amum āmuṣyāyaṇam amuṣyāḥ putraṃ bṛhaspates (KS.40.9, putram agnes) sāmrājyenābhiṣiñcāmi (KS.14.2, -ṣiñcāmīndrasya sāmrājyenābhiṣiñcāmi) # KS.14.2,8; 40.9. See under prec.
punas tvādityā rudrā vasavaḥ samindhatām # VS.12.44a; TS.4.2.3.4a; 5.2.2.5; MS.1.7.1a: 108.9; KS.8.14a; 38.12a; śB.6.6.4.12; Apś.9.10.9; 16.12.13; Mś.1.6.5.8. P: punas tvā Kś.16.7.2. See prec.
yan ma ātmano mindābhūt # TS.3.2.5.4a; Apś.9.12.11; 13.17.8; HG.1.26.9; BDh.2.1.1.38.
yaṃ pāñcajanyaṃ bahavaḥ samindhate # TS.4.7.15.1b; MS.3.16.5b: 190.6; KS.22.15b. See pāñcajanyasya.
Dictionary of Sanskrit Search
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antaraṅgaa highly technical term in Pāṇini's grammar applied in a variety of ways to rules which thereby can supersede other rules. The term is not used by Pāṇini himselfeminine. The Vārtikakāra has used the term thrice ( Sec I. 4. 2 Vārttika (on the Sūtra of Pāṇini). 8, VI.1.106 Vart.10 and VIII.2.6 Vārttika (on the Sūtra of Pāṇini). I) evidently in the sense of immediate', 'urgent', 'of earlier occurrence' or the like. The word is usually explained as a Bahuvrīhi compound meaning 'अन्त: अङ्गानि निमित्तानि यस्य' (a rule or operation which has got the causes of its application within those of another rule or operation which consequently is termed बहिरङ्ग). अन्तरङ्ग, in short, is a rule whose causes of operation occur earlier in the wording of the form, or in the process of formation. As an अन्तरङ्ग rule occurs to the mind earlier, as seen a reference to some preceding word, not necessarily on the same page., it is looked upon as stronger than any other rule, barring of course अपवाद rules or exceptions, if the other rule presents itself simultaneously. The Vārtikakāra, hence, in giving preference to अन्तरङ्ग rules, uses generally the wording अन्तरङ्गबलीयस्त्वात् which is paraphrased by अन्तरङ्गं बहिरङ्गाद् बलीयः which is looked upon as a paribhāṣā. Grammarians, succeeding the Vārtikakāra, not only looked upon the बहिरङ्ग operation as weaker than अन्तरङ्ग, but they looked upon it as invalid or invisible before the अन्तरङ्ग operation had taken placcusative case. They laid down the Paribhāṣā असिद्धं बहिरङ्गमन्तरङ्गे which has been thoroughly discussed by Nāgeśa in his Paribhāṣendusekhara. The अन्तरङ्गत्व is taken in a variety of ways by Grammarians : (l) having causes of application within or before those of another e. g. स्येनः from the root सिव् (सि + उ+ न) where the यण् substitute for इ is अन्तरङ्ग being caused by उ as compared to guṇa for उ which is caused by न, (2) having causes of application occurring before those of another in the wording of the form, (3) having a smaller number of causes, (4) occurring earlier in the order of several operations which take place in arriving at the complete form of a word, (5) not having संज्ञा (technical term) as a cause of its application, ( 6 ) not depending upon two words or padas, (7) depending upon a cause or causes of a general nature (सामान्यापेक्ष) as opposed to one which depends on causes of a specific nature ( विशेषापेक्ष).
gauṇamukhyanyāyathe maxim that the primary sense occurs to the mind earlier than the secondary sense, and hence words used in the primary sense should be always taken for grammatical operations in preference to words in a secondary sense. See the word गेोण.
nitya(1)eternal, as applied to word or Sabda in contrast with sound or dhvani which is evanescent (कार्य ). The sound with meaning or without meaning,made by men and animals is impermanent; but the sense or idea awakened in the mind by the evanescent audible words on reaching the mind is of a permanent or eternal nature; confer, compare स्फोटः शब्दो ध्वनिस्तस्य व्यायामादुपजायते; confer, compare also व्याप्तिमत्त्वा्त्तु शब्दस्य Nir.I.1 ; (2) constant; not liable to be set aside by another; confer, compare उपबन्धस्तु देशाय नित्यम्, न रुन्धे नित्यम्। नित्यशब्दः प्राप्त्यन्तरानिषेधार्थः T.Pr.I.59, IV.14; (3) original as constrasted with one introduced anew such as an augment; confer, compare Taittirīya Prātiśākhya.VI.14; (4) permanently functioning, as opposed to tentatively doing so; confer, compare नित्यविरते द्विमात्रम् Ṛktantra Prātiśākhya.37; (5) unchangeable, permanent, imperishable; confer, compare अयं नित्यशब्दोस्त्येव कूटस्थेष्वविचालिषु भावेषु वर्तते M.Bh. on P. VIII. 1.4; (6) always or invariably applying, as opposed to optional; the word in this sense is used in connection with rules or operations that do not optionally apply; confer, compare उपपदसमासो नित्यसमासः, षष्ठीसमासः पुनार्वेभाषा; Mahābhāṣya of Patañjali on the Sūtras of Pāṇini (Dr. Kielhorn's edition ). on P.II.2.19; (7) constant,as applied to a rule which applies if another simultaneously applying rule were to have taken effect, as well as when that other rule does not take effect; confer, compare क्वचित्कृताकृतप्रसङ्गमात्रेणापि नित्यता Par. Sek. Pari 46. The operations which are nitya according to this Paribhasa take effect in preference to others which are not 'nitya', although they may even be 'para'; confer, compare परान्नित्यं बलवत् Par. Sek. Pari. 42.
padasaṃskārapakṣaan alternative view with वाक्यसंस्कारपक्ष regarding the formation of words by the application of affixes to crude bases. According to the Padasamskāra alternative, every word is formed independently, and after formation the words are syntactically connected and used in a sentence. The sense of the sentence too, is understood after the sense of every word has been understood; confer, compare सुविचार्य पदस्यार्थं वाक्यं गृह्णन्ति सूरयः Sira. on Pari. 22. According to the other alternative viz. वाक्यसंस्कारपक्ष, a whole sentence is brought before the mind and then the constituent individual words are formed exempli gratia, for example राम +सु, गम् + अ + ति । Both the views have got some advantages and some defects; confer, compare Par. Sek. Pari. 56.
punarvacanause of the same word or expression, which, if noticed in the writing of the Sūtrakāra, is indicative of something in the mind of the Sūtrakāra; confer, compare अणः पुनर्वचनमपवादविषये अनिवृत्त्यर्थम् Mahābhāṣya of Patañjali on the Sūtras of Pāṇini (Dr. Kielhorn's edition ). of P III. 3. 12 Vārttika (on the Sūtra of Pāṇini).1; cf also पुनर्वचनमनित्यत्वज्ञापनार्थम् । Kāś. on P. I. 41"
pṛthagyogakaraṇaframing a separate rule for a thing instead of mentioning it along with other things in the same context, which implies some purpose in the mind of the author such as anuvrtti in subsequent rules, option, and so on; confer, compare पृथग्योगकरणमस्य विधेरनित्यत्वज्ञापनार्थम् Kāśikā of Jayāditya and Vāmana. on P. I.3.7; confer, compare also Kāśikā of Jayāditya and Vāmana. on I.3.33, I. 3. 84, I.4.58, III.1.56, IV.1.16, VII. 4.33, VIII.1.52, VIII.1.74.
bahiraṅgāsiddhatvainvalidity i. e. nonoccurrence or non-application of a bahiranga rule or operation before the antaranga operation which is looked upon as stronger occurring earlier to the mind, or in the wording, as it does.
buddhikarmanactivity of the mind of the type of understanding as contrasted with the activity of the sense organs; confer, compare इन्द्रियकर्म समासादनं बुद्धिकर्म व्यवसायः Mahābhāṣya of Patañjali on the Sūtras of Pāṇini (Dr. Kielhorn's edition ). on P.III. 3. 133 Vart. 8.
bhāṣyaa learned commentary on an original work, of recognised merit and scholarship, for which people have got a sense of sanctity in their mind; generally every Sūtra work of a branch of technical learning (or Śāstra) in Sanskrit has got a Bhāṣya written on it by a scholar of recognised merit. Out of the various Bhāṣya works of the kind given a reference to some preceding word, not necessarily on the same page., the Bhāṣya on the Vyākaraṇa sūtras of Pāṇini is called the Mahābhāṣya, on the nature of which possibly the following definition is based "सूत्रार्थो वर्ण्यते यत्र पदैः सूत्रानुकारिभिः| स्वपदानि च वर्ण्यन्ते भाष्यं भाष्यविदो विदुः ।" In books on Sanskrit Grammar the word भाष्य is used always for the Mahābhāṣya. The word भाष्य is sometimes used in the Mahābhāṣya of Patanjali (confer, compare उक्तो भावभेदो भाष्ये III.3.19, IV.4.67) where the word may refer to a work like लघुभाष्य which Patañjali may have written, or may have got available to him as written by somebody else, before he wrote the Mahābhāṣya.
vākyārthathe meaning of a sentence, which comes as a whole composite idea when all the constituent words of it are heard: confer, compare पदानां सामान्ये वर्तमानानां यद्विशेषेSवस्थानं स वाक्यार्थ:, M.Bh. on P.I.2.45 Vart. 4. According to later grammarians the import or meaning of a sentence ( वाक्यार्थ ) flashes out suddenly in the mind of the hearer immediately after the sentence is completely uttered, The import is named प्रतिभा by Bhartrhari, confer, compare Vakyapadiya II.45; confer, compare also वाक्यार्थश्च प्रतिभामात्रविषय: Laghumanjusa. For details and the six kinds of vakyartha, see Vakyapadiya II.154.
vyāptioccupation; presence comprehensive nature; cf व्याप्तिमत्वात्तु शब्दस्य Nir.I.2, where व्याप्ति refers to the permanent presence of the word in the minds of the speaker and the hearer, the word शब्द referring to the नित्यशब्द or स्फोट.
śabdavācyatvaexpression of its sense by a word which occurs to the mind of the hearer as soon as a word is heard.
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adhyātma minds of othersSB 3.20.28
antaḥ-karaṇa mind, heartSB 4.17.34
antaḥ-karaṇa mind, heartSB 4.17.34
antaḥkaraṇa mindsSB 6.9.36
anurakta-cetasaḥ mind constantly attachedSB 11.14.17
anurakta-cetasaḥ mind constantly attachedSB 11.14.17
āsakta-manāḥ mind attachedBG 7.1
āsakta-manāḥ mind attachedBG 7.1
ātmā mindBG 6.13-14
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ātmā mindBG 6.5
ātma mindCC Antya 10.76
ātmā mindCC Antya 14.41
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ātmanaḥ mindSB 3.5.18
ātmānam mindSB 4.23.13
ātmanām mindSB 4.3.18
bhāva-nirjita mind transformed in transcendental love for the LordSB 1.6.16
bhāva-nirjita mind transformed in transcendental love for the LordSB 1.6.16
buddhim mindSB 11.7.54
cetaḥ mindSB 10.14.35
cetaḥ mindsSB 3.15.49
cita mindCC Madhya 11.106
CC Madhya 2.67
citta mindCC Adi 4.71
CC Madhya 3.126
citta-ātmā mind and intelligenceBG 4.21
citta-ātmā mind and intelligenceBG 4.21
citta-mana mind and consciousnessCC Madhya 13.174
citta-mana mind and consciousnessCC Madhya 13.174
citta-prāṇa mind and heartCC Adi 4.245
citta-prāṇa mind and heartCC Adi 4.245
cittāḥ mindSB 1.15.17
cittam mindBG 12.9
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cittam mind, consciousnessSB 3.27.5
citte mindCC Madhya 1.179
dhīḥ mindSB 3.24.44
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dhiyaḥ mindSB 4.21.31
dhiyaḥ mindsSB 3.15.17
hṛdaya mindCC Madhya 13.112
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hṛdayam mindSB 1.4.26
mama mindSB 4.29.62
mana mindCC Adi 12.21
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mana mindsCC Adi 15.13
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mana āra ańga mind and bodyCC Antya 9.5
mana āra ańga mind and bodyCC Antya 9.5
mana āra ańga mind and bodyCC Antya 9.5
mana prāṇa mind and lifeCC Antya 2.99
mana prāṇa mind and lifeCC Antya 2.99
mana-deha mind and bodyCC Antya 20.61
mana-deha mind and bodyCC Antya 20.61
mana-kāṇa mind and earsCC Antya 17.66
mana-kāṇa mind and earsCC Antya 17.66
mana-kāya mind and bodyCC Antya 13.4
mana-kāya mind and bodyCC Antya 13.4
manaḥ mindBG 1.30
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manaḥ mindSB 11.23.46
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SB 4.25.42
SB 4.26.12
SB 4.29.70
SB 4.31.3
SB 4.31.9
SB 4.7.12
SB 4.8.44
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SB 7.9.39
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SB 8.7.27
SB 9.18.23
SB 9.5.26
manaḥ mindsSB 10.30.5
SB 10.31.10
manaḥ minds, heartsSB 3.28.16
manaḥ-buddhi mind and intelligenceCC Antya 20.93
manaḥ-buddhi mind and intelligenceCC Antya 20.93
manaḥ-buddhiḥ mind and intelligenceCC Madhya 23.107
manaḥ-buddhiḥ mind and intelligenceCC Madhya 23.107
manaḥ-hara mind-attractingCC Antya 1.165
manaḥ-hara mind-attractingCC Antya 1.165
manaḥ-nayana mind and eyesCC Madhya 6.145-146
manaḥ-nayana mind and eyesCC Madhya 6.145-146
manāṃsi mindsSB 3.24.8
mānasa mindMM 33
manasā mindSB 1.5.6
SB 11.2.36
SB 6.15.26
mane mindCC Adi 13.99
CC Madhya 1.180
CC Madhya 3.182
mati mindCC Antya 3.106
matiḥ mindCC Antya 3.62
SB 1.15.28
SB 1.7.11
SB 10.51.58
matiḥ mindedCC Madhya 23.111-112
me mindSB 2.6.34
netra-mana mind and eyesCC Antya 19.48
netra-mana mind and eyesCC Antya 19.48
racita-dhiyam mind fixedSB 4.7.29
racita-dhiyam mind fixedSB 4.7.29
śamaḥ mind controlSB 11.25.2-5
tanu-mana mind and bodyCC Antya 20.50
tanu-mana mind and bodyCC Antya 20.50
CC Antya 5.35-36
tanu-mana mind and bodyCC Antya 5.35-36
tat prāṇe mind into breathingSB 1.15.41
tat prāṇe mind into breathingSB 1.15.41
vidīrṇa haya mana mind becomes disturbedCC Madhya 11.157
vidīrṇa haya mana mind becomes disturbedCC Madhya 11.157
vidīrṇa haya mana mind becomes disturbedCC Madhya 11.157
ātma-abhicāraḥ self-envy or envious of yourself (your mind has become your enemy)SB 9.4.69
kari' abhimāna with an offended state of mindCC Antya 12.34
abhiniveśita-manāḥ his mind was absorbedSB 5.8.27
nitya-abhiniviṣṭa-cetāḥ whose mind is always absorbedSB 7.6.15
abhinna-ātmā without being disturbed in body or mindSB 8.22.1
abhipretam desire of the mindSB 1.7.1
abhipretam wishes of the mindSB 1.12.33
acetasaḥ having undeveloped mindsBG 15.11
acetasaḥ their minds being very disturbedSB 6.11.1
ye āchila mane whatever there was in mindCC Madhya 3.107
acyuta-āśayāḥ their minds absorbed in Lord AcyutaSB 10.39.17-18
acyuta-ātmanām whose minds are always absorbed in Lord KṛṣṇaSB 12.6.3
deha-ādeḥ from his material body, senses and mindSB 3.28.39
ādhayaḥ disturbances of the mindSB 4.29.23-25
ādhayaḥ the pains of the mindSB 5.10.10
ādhayaḥ miseries pertaining to the mindSB 8.22.32
ādhi adhyātmika, adhibhautika and adhidaivika sufferings (that is, sufferings from the body and mind, from other living entities and from nature)SB 9.10.53
adhim distresses of the mindSB 4.25.42
adhokṣaja with the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is beyond the reach of the materialistic mind or experimental knowledgeSB 7.7.37
adhokṣaja-cetasaḥ those whose minds are absorbed in the Supreme LordSB 10.20.15
adhokṣajam the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is beyond the reach of the material mind and knowledgeSB 7.7.36
adhokṣaje in the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is beyond the perception of mind. intelligence and sensesSB 5.18.9
sa-ādhyātmaḥ the body and mind with all the sensesSB 3.6.9
adhyātmaḥ his mindSB 3.20.7
ādhyātmika-ādi beginning with those pertaining to the body and mindCC Madhya 22.13
ādhyātmika-ādi all distresses due to the body, mind and so onCC Antya 19.110
ādi and so forth (the mind)SB 11.19.40-45
ādhyātmika-ādi beginning with those pertaining to the body and mindCC Madhya 22.13
svarūpa-ādi-mane in the minds of Svarūpa Dāmodara and other attendantsCC Antya 13.88
ādhyātmika-ādi all distresses due to the body, mind and so onCC Antya 19.110
sāma-ādibhiḥ sāma, dama, titikṣā (controlling the mind. controlling the senses, practicing tolerance) and so onSB 5.4.16
deha-ādibhiḥ with the body, mind, ego and intelligenceSB 7.13.30
deha-ādiḥ the body and mindSB 3.9.42
sanaka-ādira mana the minds of saintly sages like Sanaka and SanātanaCC Madhya 24.44
manaḥ-agrayānam more quick than the mind, inconceivable to mental speculationSB 8.5.26
aham false identification with the material body and mindSB 11.13.9-10
aindriye dhiyaḥ whose minds are absorbed in thoughts of superior sense gratificationSB 5.18.22
ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mindSB 6.1.52
citta-ākarṣaka the attractor of the mindsCC Madhya 8.139
mānasa-ākarṣi attracting the mindsCC Madhya 23.82-83
ākṛṣṭa-manaḥ whose minds are attractedSB 5.17.13
akṛta-ātmanām of those who have not controlled the mind and sensesSB 3.22.6
āśaya-ākṛtiḥ whose mind and bodySB 7.7.36
guṇa-ākṣipta-matiḥ whose mind was agitated by the qualitiesCC Madhya 24.117
ākūtīḥ (the mind with its) active functionsSB 12.11.16
alam never mindCC Madhya 23.21
manaḥ-alibhiḥ by the bees of the mindSB 4.4.15
amala-ātmanām those whose minds are competent to discern between spirit and matterSB 1.8.20
amala-ātmanā those whose minds are thoroughly cleansedSB 1.10.23
amala-ātmanā with a pure mindSB 3.27.21
amaṃsta thought within the mindSB 1.15.11
amanasvinaḥ such low-minded, low-grade kingsSB 8.19.4
āmāra manaḥ-vāñchā the desire of My mindCC Madhya 13.131
āmāra mata My mindCC Antya 10.150
amitraḥ whose enemies (the five senses and the mind)SB 10.51.57
manaḥ-nayana-amṛtam nectar for the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.74
manaḥ-nayana-ānandana pleasing to the mind and eyesSB 5.3.2
ānandita mane pleased in the mindCC Madhya 6.36
ānandita-mane with great pleasure in His mindCC Madhya 6.277
ānandita mana very happy mindCC Madhya 12.38
ānandita mana very pleased within the mindCC Madhya 13.124
ānandita-mane with blissful mindsCC Madhya 14.21
ānandita mana very happy in His mindCC Madhya 14.182
ānandita mana the mind is very happyCC Madhya 17.61
ānandita-mana great happiness in the mindCC Antya 5.116
ānandita mane very pleased within their mindsCC Antya 13.44
ananya-cetāḥ without deviation of the mindBG 8.14
ananya-manasaḥ without deviation of the mindBG 9.13
ananyena bhāvena with undeviated mindSB 3.25.22
anātmanaḥ of one who has failed to control the mindBG 6.6
anātmanaḥ for one who has not controlled his mindSB 11.29.1
ānera mane in the mind of othersCC Madhya 17.13
anirukte who is beyond the mind and speechSB 5.19.20
antaḥ-manasaḥ of the internal mindSB 3.5.45
antaḥ-karaṇāt from the mindSB 3.28.41
antaḥ-ātmā the mindSB 5.11.6
antaḥ-ātmā whose mind and heartSB 5.13.5
antaḥ-ātmabhiḥ with mind and sensesSB 10.14.6
antaḥ-ātmā the mindSB 12.3.48
antaḥ-ātmana with his introspective mindSB 12.8.13
tat-gata-antara-bhāvena his mind saturated with devotional serviceSB 9.4.31-32
antara within the mindCC Madhya 10.67
duḥkhita antara very unhappy within the mindCC Madhya 16.230
kariyācha antara you have kept within your mindCC Antya 2.31
utkaṇṭhā-antara with great eagerness in the mindCC Antya 2.38
viṣaṇṇa-antara morose mindCC Antya 12.4
antare in the mindCC Adi 17.132
antare within the mindCC Madhya 1.205
antare within the mindCC Madhya 9.252
antare within the mindCC Madhya 9.253
antare within the mindCC Madhya 9.273
antare within their mindsCC Antya 15.42
antarmanā within the mindCC Madhya 22.159
mahā-anubhāvāḥ great mindsSB 1.19.8
ātma-jaya-anubhāvita perceivable by conquering the mindSB 3.13.39
anudvigna-manāḥ without being agitated in mindBG 2.56
anurakta-cittaḥ a person whose mind is attractedSB 7.6.11-13
anurakta-manasaḥ their minds very much attached to HimSB 10.16.20
anurakta-dhiyām for those whose minds are naturally attached in a favorable waySB 11.5.48
anurodhāt from compliance due to being grossly attached to the body, senses and mindSB 5.10.22
anusmaran keeping in mindSB 10.44.10
anya-citte diverted in the mindCC Antya 15.52
anyonya of the mutual relationship between the sense objects and the mindSB 11.13.17
apahāya giving up (such practices as cleanliness, truthfulness, control of the senses and mind, simplicity, the principles of religion, and practical application of knowledge)SB 5.6.9
apahṛta-cetasām bewildered in mindBG 2.44
āpana-mana your own mindCC Madhya 1.178
āpana manera of His own mindCC Antya 14.40
manasā api even by the mindSB 5.10.18
manasā api even by the mindSB 5.14.42
manasā api even by such plans perceived within the mindSB 9.24.60
apohanam driving away (the illusory identification with the material body and mind)SB 11.13.6
aprati-buddha-cetasām of those whose minds are not sufficiently developedSB 1.15.36
ātma-ārāmera mana the minds of self-realized personsCC Madhya 17.139
ṣoḍaśa-are with sixteen spokes (the five material elements, the ten senses, and the leader of the senses, namely the mind)SB 7.9.22
arpita-manāḥ his mind being fixedSB 3.28.33
arthān the body and mind and their experiencesSB 11.13.32
smārayām āsa He reminded aboutSB 10.23.45
āsakta-manasaḥ having become attached within the mindSB 11.21.24
āśaṃsamānaḥ in doubtful mindSB 1.13.33
asat-jita-ātmā whose mind is not attracted to the material pleasure of lifeSB 5.13.20
aśaṭha-dhīḥ a great-minded person who is without duplicitySB 8.22.23
āśaya the mindSB 3.31.13
āśaya-ākṛtiḥ whose mind and bodySB 7.7.36
āśaya-maye and that filled with desires (the mind)SB 7.9.35
āśaya with mind, intelligence and false egoSB 8.20.22
āśaya the mindsSB 10.45.42-44
āśaya of their mindsSB 10.87.16
āśaya-sambhavaiḥ which have manifested in his own mindSB 11.25.36
karaṇa-āśayaḥ the senses and the mindSB 1.13.56
autkaṇṭhya-unmathita-āśayaḥ having an anxious and agitated mindSB 3.22.24
āśayāḥ their mindsSB 3.32.17
āśayaḥ in his mindSB 4.13.8-9
āśayaḥ whose mind or heartSB 4.20.10
āśayaḥ and mindSB 4.20.13
viśada-āśayāḥ broad-mindedSB 4.29.39-40
āśayāḥ your mindSB 4.30.18
āśayāḥ the mind, intelligence and consciousnessSB 6.12.11
āśayāḥ and the mindSB 6.19.13
āśayāḥ and mindsSB 10.14.35
acyuta-āśayāḥ their minds absorbed in Lord AcyutaSB 10.39.17-18
āśayaḥ and mindSB 12.8.36
aśubha-āśayam the dirty mindSB 12.3.47
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
āśaye in the mindSB 3.14.48
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
aśubha-ātmanaḥ whose mind is materially contaminatedSB 7.7.37
aśubha-āśayam the dirty mindSB 12.3.47
jita-asuḥ controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.10.33
ati-śuddha-matiḥ whose completely pure consciousness (full realization that the body and mind are separate from the soul)SB 5.15.7
atirajaḥ-vala-matiḥ whose mind is overcome by lustSB 5.14.9
ātma-saṃyama of controlling the mindBG 4.27
ātmā the mindBG 6.6
ātmā the mindBG 6.6
ātmā eva the very mindBG 6.6
yata-citta-ātmā always careful in mindBG 6.10
yukta-ātmā having the mind firmly set onBG 9.28
jita-ātmā having control of the mindBG 18.49
ātmā the gross senses and the subtle mindSB 1.13.53
ātma-jaya-anubhāvita perceivable by conquering the mindSB 3.13.39
ātmā the mindSB 3.16.13
ātma of the mind and sensesSB 3.21.23
ātma-śaucena with purity of mind and bodySB 3.23.2
ātma-yoga by fixing the mindSB 3.23.7
ātma and the mindSB 3.26.34
ātmā his mindSB 3.30.18
samāhita-ātmā he whose mind is fixedSB 3.32.30
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
ātma the mindSB 3.33.2
jita-ātma one who has conquered his mindSB 4.8.20
ātma-ātmanaḥ to the body and mindSB 4.20.7
ātma of the mindSB 4.27.28
ātma by the body and mindSB 4.29.23-25
ātma the body and mindSB 4.29.32
ātmā whose mindSB 4.31.8
ātma of the mindSB 5.2.2
ātma the mindSB 5.5.10-13
ātmā the mindSB 5.11.5
ṣoḍaśa-ātmā the chief of the sixteen material elements (the five gross elements, the ten senses and the mind)SB 5.11.5
antaḥ-ātmā the mindSB 5.11.6
antaḥ-ātmā whose mind and heartSB 5.13.5
asat-jita-ātmā whose mind is not attracted to the material pleasure of lifeSB 5.13.20
ātma-vān who has controlled his mind and realized his selfSB 5.18.10
prahṛṣṭa-ātmā being pleased in his body, mind and soulSB 6.4.40
nirjita-ātmā who fully controlled his mind and selfSB 6.8.18
ātmā the mindSB 6.10.9
ātmā whose mindSB 6.14.5
ātmā the mindSB 6.14.21
gṛhīta-ātmā whose mind was fully attractedSB 7.4.37
ātmā the soul, mind, body and everythingSB 7.11.7
ātma-jam sufferings due to the body and mindSB 7.15.24
ātma the mind and bodySB 8.3.18
vihvala-ātmā whose mind was agitatedSB 8.12.22
abhinna-ātmā without being disturbed in body or mindSB 8.22.1
ātma-abhicāraḥ self-envy or envious of yourself (your mind has become your enemy)SB 9.4.69
ātmā her mindSB 10.42.4
ātmā He whose body and mindSB 10.53.24
ātmā whose mindSB 10.80.6
eka-ātma single-mindedSB 10.86.58
ātma of the mindSB 10.89.14-17
ātma one's own mindSB 11.3.50-51
tuṣṭa-ātmā having a satisfied mindSB 11.7.10
ātmā whose mindSB 11.17.43
ātma of the mindSB 11.23.59
ātma-bhūḥ born from the mindSB 11.26.14
ātma the mindSB 11.28.22
ātma-manaḥ of his own mindSB 11.29.9
antaḥ-ātmā the mindSB 12.3.48
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
prasanna-ātmā happy in his mindSB 12.10.18
ātma-mana body and mindCC Madhya 8.288
ātma-nivedanam dedicating everything (body, mind and soul) for the service of the LordCC Madhya 9.259-260
ātma-ārāmera mana the minds of self-realized personsCC Madhya 17.139
yata-ātmā having controlled the senses and mindCC Madhya 23.107
mahā-ātmabhiḥ by the broad-mindedSB 1.15.44
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
dhṛta-ātmabhiḥ by persons able to control the mindSB 10.12.12
antaḥ-ātmabhiḥ with mind and sensesSB 10.14.6
ātmanā by the purified mindBG 2.55
ātmanā by the mindBG 6.5
ātmanā by the pure mindBG 6.20-23
ātmanā by the mindBG 6.36
ātmanā by the mindBG 6.36
ātmanā by the mindBG 13.25
ātmanā by the mindBG 13.29
amala-ātmanā those whose minds are thoroughly cleansedSB 1.10.23
ātmanā by the mindSB 3.25.18
amala-ātmanā with a pure mindSB 3.27.21
ātmanā with the mindSB 3.33.24-25
ātmanā by the mindSB 4.2.35
ātmanā by the mindSB 4.8.24
pravaṇa-ātmanā fully absorbing your mindSB 4.8.40
ātmanā by the mindSB 5.19.17-18
ātmanā with the mindSB 7.7.24
ātmanā by your mindSB 10.89.45
ātmanā with your mindSB 12.5.9
antaḥ-ātmana with his introspective mindSB 12.8.13
tat-ātmānaḥ those whose minds are always in the SupremeBG 5.17
jita-ātmanaḥ of one who has conquered his mindBG 6.7
ātmanaḥ of the mindSB 3.14.38
parikliṣṭa-ātmanaḥ whose mind is agitatedSB 3.22.8
ātmanaḥ their mindsSB 3.25.36
ātmanaḥ of the mindSB 3.28.6
ātmanaḥ whose mindSB 3.29.33
unmathita-ātmānaḥ whose minds have become dullSB 4.2.25
ātma-ātmanaḥ to the body and mindSB 4.20.7
ātmanaḥ of the mindSB 4.23.11
ātmanaḥ whose mindsSB 4.31.3
uparata-ātmānaḥ who have control over the mind and sensesSB 5.14.39
ātmanaḥ of the mindSB 6.7.17
ātmanaḥ of your own body, mind and soulSB 6.14.17
saṃyata-ātmānaḥ having controlled mindsSB 7.4.22-23
aśubha-ātmanaḥ whose mind is materially contaminatedSB 7.7.37
ātmanaḥ the mindSB 7.8.9
urukrama-ātmanaḥ of he (Prahlāda Mahārāja) whose mind is always engaged upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who always acts uncommonlySB 7.11.1
ātmānaḥ their mindsSB 10.39.36
ātmanaḥ whose mindSB 10.78.25-26
mahā-ātmanaḥ who was a great broad-minded soulSB 11.2.14
avijita-ātmanaḥ of one whose mind is not controlledSB 11.8.30
ātmanaḥ and conquered the mindSB 11.15.32
mat-ātmanaḥ whose mind is fixed in MeSB 11.20.31
samāhita-ātmanaḥ whose mind was perfectly fixedSB 12.6.37
ātmanaḥ his mindSB 12.9.19
mat-ātmanaḥ whose mind is always engaged in MeCC Madhya 22.146
ātmānam the mindBG 3.43
ātmānam himself (by body, mind and self)BG 6.10
ātmānam body, mind and soulBG 6.15
amala-ātmanām those whose minds are competent to discern between spirit and matterSB 1.8.20
ātmānam the mindSB 1.13.36
dhūmra-ātmanām tinged body and mindSB 1.18.12
ātmanām of such a mindSB 3.4.34
ātmanām the mindSB 3.15.7
ātmanām whose minds are absorbedSB 3.15.20
ātmanām of those whose mindsSB 3.21.24
akṛta-ātmanām of those who have not controlled the mind and sensesSB 3.22.6
ātmānam the mindSB 3.28.35
ātmānam the mindSB 4.12.49-50
ātmānam the mindSB 4.18.1
ātmanām and of the mindSB 4.20.11
ātmānam the mindSB 5.26.39
ātmānam the mindSB 6.1.62
ātmānam the mindSB 6.2.41
ātmānam the mindSB 8.16.10
sva-mayā-mohita-ātmanām of those whose minds have been bewildered by His illusory potencySB 10.23.51
ātmanām of our mindsSB 10.30.9
ātmanām whose minds are filledSB 10.31.18
ātmanām their mindsSB 10.33.3
ātmānam the mindSB 10.49.25
ātmanām whose mindsSB 10.86.46
ātmānam his mindSB 11.23.2
ātmanām of those whose mindsSB 11.30.24
ātmānam his mindSB 11.30.45
acyuta-ātmanām whose minds are always absorbed in Lord KṛṣṇaSB 12.6.3
ātmānam his mindSB 12.6.9-10
nibhṛta-ātmānam his mind completely absorbed in tranceSB 12.10.3
bhṛta-ātmanām whose minds were filledCC Adi 1.73-74
rahita-ātmanām who have lost our mindsCC Antya 15.32
ātmani in the mindSB 3.33.8
ātmani in the mindSB 4.11.29
ātmani in the mindSB 4.29.61
ātmani in the mindSB 4.29.64
ātmani to the mindSB 4.31.20
ātmani in his own mindSB 5.7.7
ātmani in my mindSB 5.18.8
ātmani in the mindSB 6.14.24
mahā-ātmani whose mind was very broadSB 7.4.43
yukta-ātmani on he whose mind was engaged (Prahlāda)SB 7.5.41
ātmani within the mindSB 9.2.11-13
ātmani within their mindsSB 10.21.13
ātmani in the mindSB 10.47.62
ātmani within the mindSB 12.3.26
ātmīyānām adhyātmika, created by the body and mindSB 5.14.25
ātmīyānām offered by the conditioned material body and mindSB 5.14.34
ātura-cittānām of those whose minds are always full of cares and anxietiesSB 1.6.34
autkaṇṭhya-unmathita-āśayaḥ having an anxious and agitated mindSB 3.22.24
avahita-indriyaḥ fixed in mind, without deviationSB 8.5.25
avāk-manasam beyond the description of mind and wordsSB 5.1.21
avasita-matiḥ whose mind is determinedSB 5.14.36
āveśita-matiḥ whose mind was fully absorbedSB 5.20.25
avijita-ātmanaḥ of one whose mind is not controlledSB 11.8.30
avikhaṇḍita-manāḥ undisturbed in mindSB 5.5.30
prema-āviṣṭa-mana with a greatly ecstatic mindCC Madhya 13.92
prema-āviṣṭa mana the mind was full of ecstatic loveCC Madhya 18.156
avyaktam invisible or not able to be realized by the mind and sensesSB 8.3.20-21
indriya-ayana by the resting place of the senses (the mind)SB 11.22.42
ayuktasya whose mind is diverted from the truthSB 11.7.8
baḍa-viprera mane within the mind of the elderly brāhmaṇaCC Madhya 5.79
ojaḥ-sahaḥ-bala with the power of the senses, the power of the mind and the power of the bodySB 12.11.14-15
manaḥ-bale by the strength of mindCC Adi 13.100
manaḥ-bale by the strength of the mindCC Adi 13.102
manaḥ-bale by the strength of the mindCC Adi 13.103
bhakta-gaṇa-mane in the minds of the devoteesCC Antya 2.44
vallabha-bhaṭṭera mana in the mind of Vallabha BhaṭṭaCC Madhya 19.64
bhaṭṭera manete in the mind of Vallabha BhaṭṭaCC Antya 7.55
bhāva-dravyaiḥ with paraphernalia conceived in his mindSB 12.9.8-9
bhāva-mati ecstatic mindCC Antya 17.54
manaḥ-bhavaḥ born of your mindSB 11.29.29
bhāvanā fixed mind (in happiness)BG 2.66
śuddha-bhāve in a purified state of mindCC Adi 3.101
ekānta-bhāve with single-minded attentionCC Madhya 5.46
ananyena bhāvena with undeviated mindSB 3.25.22
viśuddha-bhāvena with a pure, uncontaminated mindSB 5.3.2
śuddha-bhāvena in a pure state of mindSB 8.16.59
tat-gata-antara-bhāvena his mind saturated with devotional serviceSB 9.4.31-32
bhitare within his mindCC Antya 13.20
manaḥ-bhṛńga-gaṇa the bumblebees of your mindsCC Madhya 25.273
bhṛta-ātmanām whose minds were filledCC Adi 1.73-74
ātma-bhūḥ born from the mindSB 11.26.14
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
aprati-buddha-cetasām of those whose minds are not sufficiently developedSB 1.15.36
buddheḥ of the mindCC Madhya 19.211
buddhi-mana my mind and intelligenceCC Antya 11.22
buddhiḥ manaḥ the intelligence and mindSB 8.3.22-24
buddhyā by the other's mindSB 11.7.54
buddhyā by the mindSB 11.15.26
manaḥ ca and the mindSB 2.1.34
smārayantaḥ ca and remindingSB 11.3.31
manaḥ ca as well as the mindCC Adi 5.83
manaḥ ca as well as the mindCC Madhya 20.267
smārayantyaḥ ca and remindingCC Madhya 25.140
matim cakāra concentrated his mindSB 6.1.27
manaḥ cakre He made up His mindSB 10.29.1
manaḥ cakre made up His mindSB 10.44.17
candraḥ the controlling deity of the mind, the moonSB 2.10.30
capala-mati restless mindCC Madhya 2.69
sva-carama-kalevare in the body, which is moved by the subtle elements (mind, intelligence and ego)SB 5.10.6
ananya-cetāḥ without deviation of the mindBG 8.14
cetaḥ the mindSB 1.2.19
vivikta-cetāḥ one whose mind is detached from worldly affairsSB 1.19.12
sammoha-vimūḍha-cetāḥ whose mind was stupefiedSB 3.22.17
cetaḥ the mindSB 3.22.21
gṛhīta-cetāḥ my mind being captivatedSB 6.18.39
nitya-abhiniviṣṭa-cetāḥ whose mind is always absorbedSB 7.6.15
cetaḥ the mindSB 9.20.12
cetāḥ in his mindSB 10.35.12-13
cetāḥ her mindSB 10.47.13
cetaḥ their mindsSB 10.47.35
cetaḥ the mindSB 10.64.27-28
cetaḥ the mindSB 11.13.17
cetaḥ the mindSB 11.13.25
cetaḥ the mindSB 11.13.25
cetaḥ my mindSB 12.6.6
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Adi 4.146
cetaḥ my mindCC Madhya 1.58
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Madhya 8.149
cetaḥ my mindCC Madhya 13.121
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Madhya 20.182
gṛhīta-cetāḥ the mind became fully taken overCC Madhya 24.47
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realizationCC Madhya 24.48
gṛhīta-cetāḥ the mind became fully taken overCC Madhya 25.157
cetaḥ my mindCC Antya 1.78
cetaḥ my dear mindMM 12
cetaḥ O mindMM 20
cetaḥ O mindMM 34
cetāṃsi the mindsSB 10.20.33
cetanā and the mindSB 4.20.12
śabala-cetanaḥ whose mind was bewilderedSB 7.4.39
cetanaḥ his mindSB 11.26.6
cetasā by the mind and intelligenceBG 8.8
cetasā by the mindBG 18.72
cetasā by the mindSB 1.14.22
cetasā by the mindSB 2.1.19
cetasā with the mindSB 3.24.47
cetasā by the mindSB 3.28.19
cetasā with a mindSB 6.19.10
cetasā with a mindSB 6.19.16
sneha-yantrita-cetasā his mind being controlled by such affectionSB 9.7.15
cetasā with a fully controlled mindSB 10.3.33
cetasā by the mindMM 17
prasanna-cetasaḥ of the happy-mindedBG 2.65
yukta-cetasaḥ their minds engaged in MeBG 7.30
viśuddha-cetasaḥ of one whose mind is purifiedSB 1.5.25
cetasaḥ either by the mindSB 1.17.23
cetasaḥ those whose mindsSB 4.2.6
kautūhala-cetasaḥ whose mind is very inquisitive to understand the mystery of such statementsSB 5.12.3
unnaddha-cetasaḥ whose mind is unrestrainedSB 6.18.26
cetasaḥ their mindsSB 8.8.9
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.14.44
cetasaḥ their mindsSB 10.18.31
adhokṣaja-cetasaḥ those whose minds are absorbed in the Supreme LordSB 10.20.15
kṛṣṇa-cetasaḥ their minds absorbed in KṛṣṇaSB 10.22.5
cetasaḥ their mindsSB 10.22.13
cetasaḥ in their mindsSB 10.34.19
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.35.1
cetasaḥ their mindsSB 10.35.4-5
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.35.8-11
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.53.51-55
cetasaḥ whose mindSB 10.55.6
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.80.30
cetasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.90.46
cetasaḥ her mindSB 11.8.27
apahṛta-cetasām bewildered in mindBG 2.44
yata-cetasām who have full control over the mindBG 5.26
cetasām of those whose mindsBG 12.5
cetasām of those whose mindsBG 12.6-7
aprati-buddha-cetasām of those whose minds are not sufficiently developedSB 1.15.36
cetasām of those of whom the mindsSB 3.4.2
cetasām of the functions of the mind, such as determination and mental effortSB 5.18.18
dīna-cetasām who are very simple-minded, being engaged in family maintenance and nothing moreSB 10.8.4
cetasām whose mindsSB 10.15.26
cetasām for those whose mindsSB 10.86.47
cetasām whose mindsSB 10.89.14-17
kṛṣṇa-cetasām whose minds were totally absorbed in thought of Lord KṛṣṇaSB 11.1.8
cetasām and of the material mindSB 11.13.28
cetasām of the mindSB 11.18.17
cetasām their mindsSB 11.30.13
dīna-cetasām low-mindedCC Madhya 8.40
cetasi within his mindSB 10.86.56
cetasi in the mindSB 11.2.50
cetasi within the mindSB 11.13.17
cetasi in the mindSB 11.13.25
cetasoḥ whose mindsSB 10.45.8
cintām agitation of the mindSB 4.19.34
cintayā with her mindSB 3.33.23
manete cintila considered within His mindCC Madhya 25.13
ińhāra cita this person's mindCC Antya 7.122
cite within your mindCC Madhya 5.71
yata-citta-ātmā always careful in mindBG 6.10
yata-citta controlling the mindBG 6.11-12
citta-tanvoḥ in both mind and bodySB 3.15.43
citta the mindSB 3.28.34
citta whose mindsSB 4.17.36
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
citta-vijaye conquering the mindSB 7.15.30
citta-jñā understanding the mind of her husbandSB 9.3.10
citta within the mindSB 11.13.26
citta the mindSB 11.15.8-9
citta-yuktam along with consciousness (implying not only conditioned consciousness together with the object of that consciousness and the presiding Deity Vāsudeva, but also the mind together with the object of thought and the moon-god Candra, intelligence with the object of intelligence and Lord Brahmā, and false ego together with the identification of false ego and Lord Rudra)SB 11.22.32
citta-jāḥ manifest within the mindSB 11.25.12
citta-jāḥ which are manifested from the mindSB 11.25.32
citta the mindCC Adi 2.118
citta-hara the enchanter of the mindCC Madhya 2.68
citta-mana the mind and intentionCC Madhya 7.71
citta-ākarṣaka the attractor of the mindsCC Madhya 8.139
citta-jatunī the two minds like shellacCC Madhya 8.195
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 17.142
citta-mohinī the attractor of the mindCC Madhya 17.212
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 24.45
citta-tanvoḥ in both the mind and bodyCC Madhya 24.115
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and the bodyCC Madhya 25.158
citta O mindMM 9
citta of your mindMM 23
cittaḥ concentrating the mindBG 6.13-14
mat-cittāḥ their minds fully engaged in MeBG 10.9
mat-cittaḥ his mind fixed on MeSB 3.32.43
anurakta-cittaḥ a person whose mind is attractedSB 7.6.11-13
cittāḥ whose mindsSB 10.22.23
cittāḥ their mindsSB 10.35.2-3
cittāḥ whose mindsSB 10.35.8-11
cittāḥ and mindsSB 10.35.14-15
cittaḥ whose mindSB 10.39.24
cittaḥ My mindSB 10.53.2
mat-cittāḥ with minds fixed on MeSB 10.73.22
cittaḥ his mindSB 10.85.59
cittaḥ your mindSB 11.7.9
cittaḥ the mindSB 11.9.13
mat-cittaḥ his mind fixed in MeSB 11.18.11
mat-cittāḥ who have fixed their minds on MeSB 11.26.27
manaḥ-cittaḥ his mind and his intelligenceSB 11.29.9
cittaḥ and mindSB 11.29.41-44
tat-cittaḥ with mind absorbed in HimSB 12.11.26
cittam the mind and its activitiesBG 6.18
cittam the mindSB 3.28.9
cittam the mindSB 3.28.20
cittam the mindSB 3.32.24
cittam the mindSB 10.20.14
cittam the mindSB 10.20.43
cittam our mindsSB 10.29.34
cittam our mindsSB 10.39.30
cittām whose mindSB 10.60.27-28
cittam the mindSB 11.1.6-7
cittam the mindSB 11.13.26
cittam his mindSB 11.29.36
cittam the mindSB 12.7.21
cittam his mindSB 12.8.14
cittam his mindSB 12.8.32
cittam whose mindCC Madhya 23.21
cittam the mindMM 42
ātura-cittānām of those whose minds are always full of cares and anxietiesSB 1.6.34
yata-cittasya whose mind is controlledBG 6.19
cittasya of the mindSB 1.19.14
cittasya of the mindSB 3.25.26
cittasya whose mindSB 6.11.27
cittasya of the mindSB 7.3.29
cittasya whose mindSB 10.65.34
cittasya of the mindSB 10.84.36
śānta-cittāya whose mind is peacefulSB 3.32.42
cittāyāḥ on her whose mindSB 10.42.10
cittāyāḥ whose mindSB 11.8.28
citte in the mindSB 6.9.33
citte the mindSB 10.46.41
citte in the mindCC Adi 2.117
citte in the mindCC Adi 4.263
citte in the mindsCC Adi 14.65
citte within His mindCC Adi 15.25
citte within His mindCC Adi 17.63
citte in the mindCC Adi 17.228
tomāra citte in your mindCC Madhya 1.179
citte in the mindCC Madhya 4.32
citte in the mindCC Madhya 4.178
citte within the mindCC Madhya 5.48
citte within the mindCC Madhya 10.162
citte in the mindCC Madhya 12.20
citte in the mindCC Madhya 16.281
citte in the mindCC Madhya 23.20
citte within the mindCC Madhya 25.279
citte in the mindsCC Antya 1.113
citte in the mindCC Antya 2.72
citte in the mindsCC Antya 5.128
citte within the mindCC Antya 10.17
citte in My mindCC Antya 12.68
anya-citte diverted in the mindCC Antya 15.52
citte in the mindCC Antya 17.57
cittera of the mindCC Adi 17.65
cittera of the mindCC Madhya 7.72
cittera of the mindCC Madhya 24.346
cittī-kṛtaḥ fixed in mindSB 4.1.28
niyama-codanāḥ the regulative principles further meant for controlling the senses and mindSB 7.15.28
mana curi stealing of the mindCC Antya 19.99
manaḥ dadhe made up His mindSB 10.12.25
sa-daihikān happenings of the body and the mindSB 1.14.10
damaḥ controlling the mindBG 16.1-3
dāntaḥ completely controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.1.56-57
dāntam who has fully controlled the mind and sensesSB 6.7.21
daurātmyam the false identification with the material body and mindSB 11.20.23
daurmana-syam depressed state of mindSB 10.54.11
deha the gross body and subtle mindSB 1.18.22
deha-ādiḥ the body and mindSB 3.9.42
deha-ādeḥ from his material body, senses and mindSB 3.28.39
deha-ādibhiḥ with the body, mind, ego and intelligenceSB 7.13.30
deha-mana the body and mindCC Madhya 13.148
deha-mana body and mindCC Madhya 19.99
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
deha-mana body and mindCC Antya 5.41
dehaḥ material body and mindSB 1.13.46
dhāraṇābhiḥ by concentrating the mindSB 3.28.11
dhāraṇayā by various meditations within the mindSB 7.8.46
mana dhāya the mind was very eagerCC Madhya 14.38
dheyaiḥ by concentration of the mindSB 2.3.24
manaḥ-śarīra-dhī who consider the body or mind to be the selfSB 9.8.21
dhī-vṛttiḥ the functioning of his mindSB 12.10.9
sthita-dhīḥ whose mind is steadyBG 2.56
kṛta-dhīḥ having fixed his mindSB 3.33.37
udāra-dhīḥ liberal-mindedSB 4.13.37
upārata-dhīḥ his mind and intelligence were fixedSB 6.2.42
udāra-dhīḥ very broad-mindedSB 6.7.40
aśaṭha-dhīḥ a great-minded person who is without duplicitySB 8.22.23
dhīḥ the mindSB 10.31.19
dhīḥ whose mindSB 10.46.27
dīna-dhīḥ whose mind is wretchedSB 10.48.34
dhīḥ your mindSB 10.60.51
dhīḥ his mindSB 10.88.35
dhīḥ my mindSB 11.7.18
dīna-dhīḥ cripple-mindedSB 11.7.52
dhīḥ the mindCC Adi 4.173
dhīḥ the mindCC Madhya 18.65
dhīḥ the mindCC Antya 7.40
dhīra and those who are sober-mindedSB 11.4.9
dhiyā with the mindSB 3.26.72
dhiyā with mindSB 10.44.39
dhiyā by the mindCC Adi 3.111
nyasta-dhiyaḥ one who has given his mind unto HimSB 1.10.11-12
dhiyaḥ the mindsSB 4.16.2
aindriye dhiyaḥ whose minds are absorbed in thoughts of superior sense gratificationSB 5.18.22
vismita-dhiyaḥ whose minds were struck with wonderSB 6.3.34
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
jaḍa-dhiyaḥ dull-minded, possessing blunt intelligenceSB 9.10.14
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.23.50
dhiyaḥ their mindsSB 10.28.11
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.44.15
dhiyaḥ whose mindSB 10.60.24
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.83.21
dhiyaḥ their mindsSB 10.84.14
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.87.19
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.87.23
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 10.90.14
dhiyaḥ their mindsSB 11.5.48
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their mindsSB 11.6.39
dhiyaḥ whose mindsSB 11.22.35-36
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their mindsSB 11.30.22
dhiyaḥ whose mindsCC Madhya 8.224
dhiyaḥ whose mindsCC Madhya 9.123
dhiyām of the mindSB 2.10.3
dhiyām to all of those whose mindsSB 7.9.5
anurakta-dhiyām for those whose minds are naturally attached in a favorable waySB 11.5.48
dīna-dhiyau weak-mindedSB 11.7.61
dhriyamāṇam the mind being steadiedSB 11.9.11
dhṛta-ātmabhiḥ by persons able to control the mindSB 10.12.12
dhūmra-ātmanām tinged body and mindSB 1.18.12
dhyātvā having fixed the mind in meditationSB 11.14.36-42
mana dila he gave his mindCC Antya 7.149
dīna-vatsalāḥ and are very kind to poor, cripple-minded personsSB 10.4.23
dīna-cetasām who are very simple-minded, being engaged in family maintenance and nothing moreSB 10.8.4
dīna-dhīḥ whose mind is wretchedSB 10.48.34
dīna-dhīḥ cripple-mindedSB 11.7.52
dīna-dhiyau weak-mindedSB 11.7.61
dīna-cetasām low-mindedCC Madhya 8.40
diyā mana with the mindCC Adi 5.108
bhāva-dravyaiḥ with paraphernalia conceived in his mindSB 12.9.8-9
dṛḍha kari' mana fixing my mindCC Madhya 5.72
manaḥ-dṛśām to the mind and the eyeSB 4.7.32
ḍube mana merges the mindCC Antya 17.39
manaḥ-duḥkha distress in the mindCC Antya 12.38
duḥkhita antara very unhappy within the mindCC Madhya 16.230
duḥkhitaḥ in distressed mindSB 1.13.33
duḥsthitā matiḥ oscillating mindSB 1.5.14
duńhu-mana both the mindsCC Madhya 8.194
durāśayaḥ evil-mindedSB 3.30.7
durāśayāḥ mean mindedSB 4.6.47
durāśayāḥ whose minds are contaminatedSB 10.20.22
durbuddheḥ evil-mindedBG 1.23
durmanāḥ unhappy in his mindSB 11.30.50
durmatiḥ evil-mindedSB 7.1.18
durmatiḥ the wicked-mindedSB 10.42.26-27
durmatim evil-mindedSB 10.54.52
durmedhā the foolish-mindedSB 10.44.33
duṣṭa mana polluted mindCC Madhya 8.236
eka-manasaḥ of a man of undivided mindSB 3.25.32
eka-ātma single-mindedSB 10.86.58
eka-manasā along with the one mindSB 11.22.22
eka-mana one mindCC Antya 15.9
ekādaśa the ten senses and the mindSB 4.29.72
ekadhā onefold (as the overseer of the mind)SB 11.3.4
ekāgra-manasā the mind being completely fixed upon the lotus feet of the LordSB 7.9.7
ekākaśa plus eleven (the ten knowledge-acquiring and working senses together with the mind)SB 11.22.1-3
ekānta-matiḥ fixed in monism or oneness of mindSB 1.4.4
ekānta-bhāve with single-minded attentionCC Madhya 5.46
enam this mindSB 5.11.17
etat the mindSB 4.12.17
yat etat that very mindSB 11.9.12
ātmā eva the very mindBG 6.6
vāk-manaḥ-gamya within the reach of words and mindCC Madhya 21.26
manaḥ-bhṛńga-gaṇa the bumblebees of your mindsCC Madhya 25.273
bhakta-gaṇa-mane in the minds of the devoteesCC Antya 2.44
nārī-gaṇa-mana the minds of all womenCC Antya 15.21
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
gara-gara mana the mind was fully overwhelmedCC Antya 19.57
gara-gara mana the mind was fully overwhelmedCC Antya 19.57
tat-gata-antara-bhāvena his mind saturated with devotional serviceSB 9.4.31-32
manaḥ-gataḥ within the mindSB 11.26.16
manaḥ-gatam within your mindSB 4.12.7
mat-manaḥ-gatam the intention of My mindCC Adi 4.213
iddha-manaḥ-gatiḥ the course of his mind being enlightenedSB 6.16.29
manaḥ-gatiḥ the movement of the mindCC Adi 4.205
manaḥ-gatiḥ the movement of the mindCC Madhya 19.171
gopī-manaḥ-rathe on the chariots of the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 21.107
gopikāra mana the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 24.49
govindera mana the mind of Śrī GovindaCC Madhya 14.183
gṛhīta-cetāḥ my mind being captivatedSB 6.18.39
gṛhīta-ātmā whose mind was fully attractedSB 7.4.37
gṛhīta-cetāḥ the mind became fully taken overCC Madhya 24.47
gṛhīta-cetāḥ the mind became fully taken overCC Madhya 25.157
gṛhyamāṇaiḥ guṇaiḥ with the perceiving intelligence, mind and sensesSB 11.7.23
guṇa-ākṣipta-matiḥ whose mind was agitated by the qualitiesCC Madhya 24.117
gṛhyamāṇaiḥ guṇaiḥ with the perceiving intelligence, mind and sensesSB 11.7.23
guṇeṣu (the mind, not being liberated, becomes attached) to the material qualitiesSB 10.1.42
vismaya haila mana there was astonishment in his mindCC Madhya 7.142
haila mana it was the mindCC Madhya 13.74
haila mane became within his mindCC Antya 2.114
haila mana the mind becameCC Antya 14.32
haila mana became His mindCC Antya 14.34
mana haile when the mind becomesCC Antya 6.278
manaḥ-haṃsa my mind, which is like a swanCC Madhya 25.271
citta-hara the enchanter of the mindCC Madhya 2.68
manaḥ-haraḥ attractive to the mindSB 1.10.20
manaḥ-harāḥ bewildering the mindsSB 4.10.18-19
manaḥ-haram stealing the mindsSB 10.21.6
haraṣita-mana a pleased mindCC Madhya 6.209
hare mana attracts Our mindCC Madhya 2.26
hare mana it enchants the mindsCC Madhya 21.106
haya mana My mind will turnCC Madhya 12.195
haya mana His mind becomesCC Madhya 14.119
haya mana the mind becomesCC Antya 6.278
haya mana the mind becomesCC Antya 6.279
vyagra-hṛdayā whose mind was agitatedSB 5.8.4
hṛdaya in mind or heartSB 5.8.15
nayana-hṛdaya the eyes and mindCC Madhya 13.117
tomāra hṛdaya Your mindCC Antya 1.115
hṛdayam the location of the mindSB 2.10.30
hṛdayam the mindSB 7.9.48
hṛdayāni and mindsSB 11.3.35
vyathita-hṛdayena by a disturbed mindSB 5.14.21
hṛdi within the mindSB 11.13.9-10
hṛdi within the mindSB 11.13.32
hṛdi his mindSB 11.29.47
hṛṣīka-īśa O Lord of the mind and sensesSB 10.40.30
hṛṣṭa-manasaḥ greatly pacified in mindSB 4.21.45
hṛt-śayena lusty desires within the mind of RāvaṇaSB 9.10.10
iddha-manaḥ-gatiḥ the course of his mind being enlightenedSB 6.16.29
manaḥ-kari-indrasya of the elephant-like mindCC Antya 1.191
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
indriya-sańgrahaḥ five senses and the mindSB 4.28.57
ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin)SB 5.14.1
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
indriya through his mindSB 10.84.24-25
indriya-ayana by the resting place of the senses (the mind)SB 11.22.42
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
indriya the mindSB 12.11.22
mana-indriya the chief sense, namely the mindCC Madhya 21.31
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
indriya-mana the senses and mindCC Antya 16.124
jita-indriyaḥ fully controlling the senses and mindSB 7.4.31-32
avahita-indriyaḥ fixed in mind, without deviationSB 8.5.25
indriyam whose senses or mindSB 4.25.30
ińhāra cita this person's mindCC Antya 7.122
hṛṣīka-īśa O Lord of the mind and sensesSB 10.40.30
jaḍa-dhiyaḥ dull-minded, possessing blunt intelligenceSB 9.10.14
jaga-mana the mind of the entire worldCC Antya 13.79
jagat-manaḥ-mohana of Kṛṣṇa, who attracts the mind of the whole universeCC Madhya 17.212
jagat-manāḥ the minds of the whole worldCC Antya 1.177
manaḥ-śarīra-jāḥ born either of your body or of your mind (all the demons and demigods)SB 8.16.14
citta-jāḥ manifest within the mindSB 11.25.12
citta-jāḥ which are manifested from the mindSB 11.25.32
ātma-jam sufferings due to the body and mindSB 7.15.24
sva-jana-manāṃsi the minds of His devoteesSB 5.25.10
jana-sańgaḥ association with worldly-minded personsNoI 2
mana jāni' understanding the mindCC Madhya 12.162
janma-tanu-mana their births, bodies and mindsCC Madhya 21.114
citta-jatunī the two minds like shellacCC Madhya 8.195
manaḥ-java traveling at the speed of mindSB 5.5.35
manaḥ-javaḥ moving the body at the speed of the mindSB 11.15.6-7
manaḥ-javāya as speedy as the mindSB 9.5.6
ātma-jaya-anubhāvita perceivable by conquering the mindSB 3.13.39
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
jita-ātmanaḥ of one who has conquered his mindBG 6.7
jita-ātmā having control of the mindBG 18.49
jita-ātma one who has conquered his mindSB 4.8.20
jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind)SB 5.11.15
asat-jita-ātmā whose mind is not attracted to the material pleasure of lifeSB 5.13.20
jita-asuḥ controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.10.33
jita-indriyaḥ fully controlling the senses and mindSB 7.4.31-32
jitam jitam gradually controlling the mindSB 2.2.13
jitam jitam gradually controlling the mindSB 2.2.13
citta-jñā understanding the mind of her husbandSB 9.3.10
manaḥ-jñāni very attractive to the mindSB 10.7.1-2
manaḥ-jñāni attractive to the mindSB 10.15.18
manaḥ-jñayā which (voice) charms the mindSB 10.15.10-12
juḍāya karṇa-mana satisfies the ears and mindCC Antya 10.161
mane kahe answered within his mindCC Antya 6.194
niścaya kailā mane they were greatly assured within their mindsCC Antya 2.52
ṣoḍaśa-kalam made of sixteen parts (namely the ten senses, the mind and the five sense objects)SB 6.1.51
ṣoḍaśa-kalāya whose parts are the sixteen original ingredients of creation (namely the five objects of the senses and the eleven senses, including the mind)SB 5.18.18
sva-carama-kalevare in the body, which is moved by the subtle elements (mind, intelligence and ego)SB 5.10.6
kalita who has absorbed the minds ofCC Madhya 8.142
manaḥ-kāma the desires of the mindCC Antya 11.90
mana-kāṇa the minds and earsCC Madhya 25.25
karaṇa-āśayaḥ the senses and the mindSB 1.13.56
karaṇaḥ His mindSB 10.70.4-5
antaḥ-karaṇāt from the mindSB 3.28.41
karāya smaraṇa was remindingCC Antya 8.29
dṛḍha kari' mana fixing my mindCC Madhya 5.72
mane kari' considering within the mindCC Madhya 18.24
manaḥ-kari-indrasya of the elephant-like mindCC Antya 1.191
kari' abhimāna with an offended state of mindCC Antya 12.34
kariyācha antara you have kept within your mindCC Antya 2.31
karṇa-mana the ears and the mindCC Antya 2.167
juḍāya karṇa-mana satisfies the ears and mindCC Antya 10.161
kāro mana the mind of a devoteeCC Madhya 24.43
karṣita-manāḥ whose mind is attractedSB 5.14.18
manaḥ-kathā words in his mindCC Madhya 16.234
kautūhala-cetasaḥ whose mind is very inquisitive to understand the mystery of such statementsSB 5.12.3
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ by the functions of one's mind, words and bodySB 11.29.19
kāya-manaḥ-vākye by His body, mind and wordsCC Adi 6.92
kāya-mane with body and mindCC Madhya 10.106
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with My body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 12.50
kāya-mano-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 16.107
kāya-mane by my body and mindCC Madhya 21.25
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Antya 6.173
kāya-mane by mind and bodyCC Antya 6.308
kibā tāńra mana what is in His mindCC Antya 19.27
kṛṣṇa-cetasaḥ their minds absorbed in KṛṣṇaSB 10.22.5
kṛṣṇa-cetasām whose minds were totally absorbed in thought of Lord KṛṣṇaSB 11.1.8
kṛṣṇa-mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.170
kṛṣṇa-mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.177
kṛṣṇa mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.201
kṛṣṇa madana-mohana Kṛṣṇa is the conqueror of the mind of CupidCC Madhya 17.213
kṛta-matim the mind being so givenSB 3.12.29
kṛta-dhīḥ having fixed his mindSB 3.33.37
kṛta-maitrasya having put faith in the mindSB 5.6.4
kṛta-sańkalpaḥ having made up his mindSB 10.50.32-33
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their mindsSB 11.6.39
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their mindsSB 11.30.22
cittī-kṛtaḥ fixed in mindSB 4.1.28
manaḥ-kṣobha agitation of the mindCC Madhya 21.132
ku-medhasaḥ wicked-mindedSB 3.20.33
ku-matiḥ whose mind is full of obnoxious thoughtsSB 4.28.17
kūṭa-sthaḥ with concentration of the mindSB 2.2.34
lāge mane arises in the mindCC Antya 18.58
lāgila mana attracted the mindCC Madhya 21.135
mane nāhi laya does not appeal to the mindCC Madhya 15.142
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Adi 4.146
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Madhya 8.149
lubdha-cetāḥ My mind being bewilderedCC Madhya 20.182
kṛṣṇa madana-mohana Kṛṣṇa is the conqueror of the mind of CupidCC Madhya 17.213
madana-mohanaḥ the enchanter of the mind of CupidCC Madhya 17.216
manaḥ-mahā-utsavāḥ a sense of joyful ceremony within the mindSB 1.11.31
mahā-ātmabhiḥ by the broad-mindedSB 1.15.44
mahā-anubhāvāḥ great mindsSB 1.19.8
mahā-manāḥ highly pleased in mindSB 3.14.51
mahā-ātmani whose mind was very broadSB 7.4.43
mahā-manāḥ the great-mindedSB 8.15.36
mahā-manāḥ who was great mindedSB summary
mahā-matiḥ high-mindedSB 10.38.1
mahā-matiḥ great-mindedSB 10.71.1
mahā-ātmanaḥ who was a great broad-minded soulSB 11.2.14
mahāprabhura mana in the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Madhya 14.35
mahāprabhura mana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's mindCC Antya 9.87
mahāprabhura mana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's mindCC Antya 9.113
kṛta-maitrasya having put faith in the mindSB 5.6.4
majila mana the mind became immersedCC Madhya 21.99
manaḥ-malaḥ mental speculation or the dirt accumulated in the mindSB 4.21.32
manaḥ-malau the mind became clean, free from material contaminationSB 10.3.33
man-matha of Cupid (who bewilders the mind)SB 10.32.2
man of the mindSB 10.32.2
mana the mindCC Adi 3.67
mana the mindsCC Adi 4.30
mana the mindCC Adi 4.134
sarva-mana all mindsCC Adi 4.148
mana the mindCC Adi 4.157
mana to the mindCC Adi 4.240
diyā mana with the mindCC Adi 5.108
mana the mindsCC Adi 5.215
mana in the mindCC Adi 7.77
mana the mindCC Adi 8.71
mane mana within their mindsCC Adi 13.93
mana the mindCC Adi 13.95
mana the mindsCC Adi 14.78
mana his mindCC Adi 15.11
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
mana the mindCC Adi 17.131
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.118
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.126
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.160
āpana-mana your own mindCC Madhya 1.178
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.226
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.228
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.271
mana the mindCC Madhya 1.277
hare mana attracts Our mindCC Madhya 2.26
mana His mindCC Madhya 2.27
mana the mindCC Madhya 2.39
mana the mindCC Madhya 2.60
tanu-mana body and mindCC Madhya 2.76
mana the mindCC Madhya 3.168
mana the mindCC Madhya 3.193
mana the mindCC Madhya 3.196
mana the mindCC Madhya 4.15
mana the mindCC Madhya 4.148
mana the mindsCC Madhya 4.165
mana the mindsCC Madhya 5.15
mana the mindCC Madhya 5.17
mana the mindCC Madhya 5.31
mana the mindCC Madhya 5.46
dṛḍha kari' mana fixing my mindCC Madhya 5.72
mana the mindCC Madhya 5.84
mana the mindCC Madhya 5.102
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.9
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.27
mana the mindsCC Madhya 6.32
mana my mindCC Madhya 6.70
mana His mindCC Madhya 6.145-146
netra-mana eyes and mindCC Madhya 6.145-146
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.197
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.201
haraṣita-mana a pleased mindCC Madhya 6.209
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.227
mana the mindCC Madhya 6.241
mana the mindCC Madhya 7.6
mana the mindCC Madhya 7.50
citta-mana the mind and intentionCC Madhya 7.71
vismaya haila mana there was astonishment in his mindCC Madhya 7.142
mane mana within their mindsCC Madhya 8.28
mana the mindsCC Madhya 8.47
mana My mindCC Madhya 8.50
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.118
mana my mindCC Madhya 8.129
rāyera mana the mind of Rāmānanda RāyaCC Madhya 8.130-131
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.145
duńhu-mana both the mindsCC Madhya 8.194
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.207
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.212
duṣṭa mana polluted mindCC Madhya 8.236
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.238
mana the mindCC Madhya 8.284
ātma-mana body and mindCC Madhya 8.288
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.96
mora mana my mindCC Madhya 9.101
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.109
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.142
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.147
mana the mindsCC Madhya 9.147
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.207
mana the mindCC Madhya 9.288
mana in mindCC Madhya 9.337
mana the mindsCC Madhya 10.26
mana my mindCC Madhya 11.38
mana the mindCC Madhya 11.58
ānandita mana very happy mindCC Madhya 12.38
mana the mindCC Madhya 12.44
nija mana his own mindCC Madhya 12.105
nija-mana his own mindCC Madhya 12.133
mana jāni' understanding the mindCC Madhya 12.162
haya mana My mind will turnCC Madhya 12.195
haila mana it was the mindCC Madhya 13.74
prema-āviṣṭa-mana with a greatly ecstatic mindCC Madhya 13.92
praveśila mana the mind enteredCC Madhya 13.111
ānandita mana very pleased within the mindCC Madhya 13.124
mora mana My mindCC Madhya 13.137
tomāra mana Your mindCC Madhya 13.147
deha-mana the body and mindCC Madhya 13.148
mana His mindCC Madhya 13.184
mana the mindCC Madhya 13.187
mahāprabhura mana in the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Madhya 14.35
mana dhāya the mind was very eagerCC Madhya 14.38
haya mana His mind becomesCC Madhya 14.119
mana the mindCC Madhya 14.123
kṛṣṇa-mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.170
kṛṣṇa-mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.177
ānandita mana very happy in His mindCC Madhya 14.182
govindera mana the mind of Śrī GovindaCC Madhya 14.183
kṛṣṇa mana the mind of KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 14.201
mana his mindCC Madhya 15.143
mana the mindCC Madhya 15.182
mana the mindCC Madhya 16.5
mana the mindCC Madhya 16.12
tāńra mana his mindCC Madhya 16.71
vidyānidhira mana the mind of VidyānidhiCC Madhya 16.79
mana the mindCC Madhya 16.169
mana the mind or desireCC Madhya 16.190
prabhura mana the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Madhya 17.23
ānandita mana the mind is very happyCC Madhya 17.61
mana My mindCC Madhya 17.72
mana the mindCC Madhya 17.81
tāńra mana his mindCC Madhya 17.123
ātma-ārāmera mana the minds of self-realized personsCC Madhya 17.139
mana the mindCC Madhya 17.141
mana the mindsCC Madhya 18.6
prema-āviṣṭa mana the mind was full of ecstatic loveCC Madhya 18.156
ullasita mana the mind became very pleasedCC Madhya 18.160
mane mana in the mindCC Madhya 19.13
vallabha-bhaṭṭera mana in the mind of Vallabha BhaṭṭaCC Madhya 19.64
mana the mindCC Madhya 19.68
mana the mindCC Madhya 19.82
upādhyāyera mana the mind of UpādhyāyaCC Madhya 19.94
deha-mana body and mindCC Madhya 19.99
mana the mindCC Madhya 19.237
yavana-mana the mind of the meat-eaterCC Madhya 20.14
mana-indriya the chief sense, namely the mindCC Madhya 21.31
majila mana the mind became immersedCC Madhya 21.99
mana the mindsCC Madhya 21.105
hare mana it enchants the mindsCC Madhya 21.106
mana the mindCC Madhya 21.107
mana the mindsCC Madhya 21.113
janma-tanu-mana their births, bodies and mindsCC Madhya 21.114
nārī-mana the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 21.129
lāgila mana attracted the mindCC Madhya 21.135
mora mana My mindCC Madhya 21.137
mana the mindCC Madhya 22.142
mora mana my mindCC Madhya 23.121
tomāra mana Your mindCC Madhya 23.122
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.11
kāro mana the mind of a devoteeCC Madhya 24.43
sanaka-ādira mana the minds of saintly sages like Sanaka and SanātanaCC Madhya 24.44
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.46
gopikāra mana the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 24.49
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.53
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.59
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
sabāra mana everyone's mindCC Madhya 24.64
mana the mindsCC Madhya 24.114
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.165
mana the mindCC Madhya 24.252
sannyāsīra mana the minds of the Māyāvādī sannyāsīsCC Madhya 25.13
mana phirāya turns the mindsCC Madhya 25.20
mana-kāṇa the minds and earsCC Madhya 25.25
mana the mindCC Madhya 25.89
mana the mindCC Antya 1.34
mana the mindsCC Antya 1.63
mana the mindCC Antya 1.197
mana in the mindsCC Antya 1.208
mana the mindCC Antya 2.118
karṇa-mana the ears and the mindCC Antya 2.167
mana her mindCC Antya 3.112
mora mana my mindCC Antya 3.113
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 3.121
rāmacandrera mana the mind of Rāmacandra KhānCC Antya 3.158
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 3.225
sanātanera mana the mind of SanātanaCC Antya 4.106
mora mana My mindCC Antya 4.132
mora mana My mindCC Antya 4.183
mana the mindCC Antya 5.18
rāya-rāmānandera mana the mind of Śrī Rāmānanda RāyaCC Antya 5.40
deha-mana body and mindCC Antya 5.41
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 5.96
ānandita-mana great happiness in the mindCC Antya 5.116
mana His mindCC Antya 6.7
mana the mindCC Antya 6.15
mana his mindCC Antya 6.22
yāńra mana whose mindCC Antya 6.39
mana the mindCC Antya 6.244
prabhura mana the mind of Lord Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Antya 6.274
haya mana the mind becomesCC Antya 6.278
mana haile when the mind becomesCC Antya 6.278
haya mana the mind becomesCC Antya 6.279
mora mana my mindCC Antya 7.98
prabhura mana the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Antya 7.140
mana dila he gave his mindCC Antya 7.149
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 7.162
mana the mindCC Antya 8.90-91
mana the mindCC Antya 9.66
mahāprabhura mana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's mindCC Antya 9.87
mahāprabhura mana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's mindCC Antya 9.113
prasanna nahe mana the mind was not satisfiedCC Antya 10.147
mana the mindCC Antya 10.149
juḍāya karṇa-mana satisfies the ears and mindCC Antya 10.161
buddhi-mana my mind and intelligenceCC Antya 11.22
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 12.74
mora mana my mindCC Antya 12.93
mora mana my mindCC Antya 13.27
jaga-mana the mind of the entire worldCC Antya 13.79
sańkucita mana hesitation in the mindCC Antya 13.95
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 13.126
haila mana the mind becameCC Antya 14.32
haila mana became His mindCC Antya 14.34
mora mana My mindCC Antya 14.43
mana the mindCC Antya 14.51
mana the mindCC Antya 14.51
mana the mindCC Antya 14.51
eka-mana one mindCC Antya 15.9
mana the mindCC Antya 15.9
nārī-gaṇa-mana the minds of all womenCC Antya 15.21
nārīra mana the minds of all womenCC Antya 15.23
netra-mana the eyes and mindCC Antya 15.56
netra-mana eyes and mindCC Antya 15.60
netra-mana the eyes and mindCC Antya 15.64
nārī-mana the minds of womenCC Antya 15.76
mana the mindCC Antya 16.107
mana the mindCC Antya 16.111
sabāra mana the minds of allCC Antya 16.115
indriya-mana the senses and mindCC Antya 16.124
nārī-mana the minds of womenCC Antya 17.35
mana the mindCC Antya 17.38
ḍube mana merges the mindCC Antya 17.39
mana the mindCC Antya 17.54
mana the mindCC Antya 17.55
mana mora My mindCC Antya 17.59
mana the mindCC Antya 17.59
mora mana My mindCC Antya 18.99
kibā tāńra mana what is in His mindCC Antya 19.27
mana the mindCC Antya 19.54
gara-gara mana the mind was fully overwhelmedCC Antya 19.57
sthira nahe mana the mind is not steadyCC Antya 19.65
tanu-mana the minds and bodiesCC Antya 19.96
mana curi stealing of the mindCC Antya 19.99
mana the mindCC Antya 20.45
tanu-mana body and mindCC Antya 20.48
mana nahe sthira the mind is not steadyCC Antya 20.61
mana the mindCC Antya 20.123
mana the mindCC Antya 20.132
anudvigna-manāḥ without being agitated in mindBG 2.56
manaḥ the mindBG 2.60
manaḥ the mindBG 2.67
manaḥ the mindBG 3.40
manaḥ the mindBG 3.42
manaḥ the mindBG 6.26
manaḥ the mindBG 6.35
manaḥ the mindBG 8.12
manaḥ the mindBG 10.22
prīta-manāḥ pleased in mindBG 11.49
manaḥ the mindBG 12.2
manaḥ with the mindBG 15.7
manaḥ-prasādaḥ satisfaction of the mindBG 17.16
manaḥ of the mindBG 18.33
manaḥ of the mindSB 1.6.18
manaḥ the mindSB 1.7.3
udvigna-manāḥ disturbed in mindSB 1.7.18
manaḥ with mindSB 1.9.43
prīta-manāḥ pleased in His mindSB 1.10.2
manaḥ-haraḥ attractive to the mindSB 1.10.20
manaḥ-mahā-utsavāḥ a sense of joyful ceremony within the mindSB 1.11.31
manaḥ the mindSB 1.18.26
manaḥ the mindSB 2.1.18
manaḥ the mindSB 2.1.19
manaḥ the mindSB 2.1.20
manaḥ of the mindSB 2.1.22
manaḥ the mindSB 2.1.23
manaḥ ca and the mindSB 2.1.34
manaḥ the mindSB 2.2.12
manaḥ the mindSB 2.2.15
manaḥ the mindSB 2.2.16
manaḥ the mindSB 2.5.30
śańkita-manāḥ doubtful in mindSB 2.7.30
manaḥ the mindSB 2.10.30
manaḥ the mindSB 2.10.32
manaḥ-mayam creator of the mindSB 3.1.34
manaḥ the mindSB 3.5.30
manaḥ his mindSB 3.12.28
mahā-manāḥ highly pleased in mindSB 3.14.51
manaḥ the mindSB 3.20.35
manaḥ the mindSB 3.25.16
manaḥ the mindSB 3.26.14
manaḥ-mayam consisting of the mindSB 3.26.25
manaḥ the mindSB 3.26.27
manaḥ the mindSB 3.26.60
manaḥ the mindSB 3.26.71
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.1
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.7
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.10
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.12
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.18
manaḥ in the mindSB 3.28.22
manaḥ to the mindSB 3.28.26
manaḥ-mayam formed in the mindSB 3.28.30
arpita-manāḥ his mind being fixedSB 3.28.33
manaḥ the mindSB 3.28.35
manaḥ the mindSB 3.29.23
manāḥ in the mindSB 4.1.23
manaḥ-alibhiḥ by the bees of the mindSB 4.4.15
manaḥ the mindsSB 4.6.30
manaḥ-dṛśām to the mind and the eyeSB 4.7.32
manaḥ of the mindSB 4.7.35
manaḥ-nayana-vardhanam very pleasing to the eyes and the mindSB 4.8.49
manaḥ the mindSB 4.8.52
manāḥ the King, whose mindSB 4.9.42-43
manaḥ-harāḥ bewildering the mindsSB 4.10.18-19
manaḥ-gatam within your mindSB 4.12.7
nirviṇṇa-manāḥ being indifferent in mindSB 4.13.47
manaḥ-rañjanakaiḥ very pleasing to the mindSB 4.16.15
manaḥ the mindSB 4.19.34
manaḥ the mindSB 4.20.37
manaḥ-malaḥ mental speculation or the dirt accumulated in the mindSB 4.21.32
manaḥ the mindSB 4.23.17
manaḥ her mindSB 4.28.50
manaḥ the mindSB 4.29.7
manaḥ the mindSB 4.29.16
manaḥ the mindSB 4.29.18-20
manaḥ of the mindSB 4.29.23-25
manaḥ in the mindSB 4.29.65
manaḥ the mindSB 4.29.66
manaḥ the mindSB 4.29.76-77
manaḥ of the mindSB 4.30.22
manaḥ-unnayanau very agitating to the mindSB 5.2.12
manāḥ her mindSB 5.2.18
manaḥ-nayana-ānandana pleasing to the mind and eyesSB 5.3.2
manaḥ the mindSB 5.5.6
manaḥ the mindSB 5.5.9
avikhaṇḍita-manāḥ undisturbed in mindSB 5.5.30
manaḥ-java traveling at the speed of mindSB 5.5.35
manaḥ-rathena by the mindSB 5.6.15
udvigna-manāḥ his mind full of anxietySB 5.8.15
abhiniveśita-manāḥ his mind was absorbedSB 5.8.27
manaḥ the mind in such a situationSB 5.8.29
manaḥ the mindSB 5.11.4
manaḥ the mindSB 5.11.7
manaḥ the mindSB 5.11.8
manaḥ the mindSB 5.11.8
karṣita-manāḥ whose mind is attractedSB 5.14.18
manaḥ the mindSB 5.16.3
ākṛṣṭa-manaḥ whose minds are attractedSB 5.17.13
manaḥ the mindSB 5.18.9
manaḥ the mindSB 5.19.13
manaḥ-mayaḥ the predominating deity of the mindSB 5.22.10
manaḥ to the mindSB 5.24.10
manaḥ with the mindSB 6.1.7
manaḥ the mindSB 6.1.19
manaḥ the mindSB 6.1.62
manaḥ-ramaiḥ pleasing to her mindSB 6.1.64
manaḥ the mindSB 6.2.12
manaḥ my mindSB 6.2.38
manaḥ the mindSB 6.2.40
manaḥ the mindSB 6.2.46
manaḥ the mindSB 6.10.12
manaḥ their mindsSB 6.10.29
manaḥ the mindSB 6.11.21
manaḥ my mindSB 6.11.24
manaḥ my mindSB 6.11.26
manaḥ the mindSB 6.16.23
iddha-manaḥ-gatiḥ the course of his mind being enlightenedSB 6.16.29
manaḥ the mindSB 6.16.33
manaḥ his mindSB 6.18.27-28
manaḥ the mindSB 7.1.30
manaḥ the mindSB 7.1.32
manaḥ and the mindSB 7.2.46
manaḥ of the mindSB 7.3.28
manaḥ of the mindSB 7.3.29
manaḥ the mindSB 7.3.33
manaḥ the mindSB 7.4.42
manaḥ the mindSB 7.8.9
manaḥ his mindSB 7.9.10
manaḥ the mindSB 7.9.21
manaḥ-vacasā by mind and wordsSB 7.9.48
manaḥ the mindSB 7.9.49
manaḥ the mindSB 7.10.8
manaḥ the mindSB 7.10.23
manaḥ the mindSB 7.12.7
manaḥ the mindSB 7.12.29-30
manaḥ that mindSB 7.13.43
manaḥ in terms of the mindSB 7.15.8
manaḥ the mindSB 7.15.32-33
manaḥ the mindSB 7.15.32-33
manaḥ the mindSB 7.15.41
manaḥ the mindSB 7.15.53
manaḥ by the mindSB 7.15.64
manaḥ the mindSB 8.3.1
buddhiḥ manaḥ the intelligence and mindSB 8.3.22-24
manaḥ-agrayānam more quick than the mind, inconceivable to mental speculationSB 8.5.26
manaḥ how the mind is workingSB 8.5.27
manaḥ-mayam which is nothing but a mental creation depending chiefly on the mindSB 8.5.28
manaḥ the mindSB 8.5.34
manaḥ and of the mindSB 8.9.5
manaḥ by the acts of the mindSB 8.9.29
mahā-manāḥ the great-mindedSB 8.15.36
manaḥ-śarīra-jāḥ born either of your body or of your mind (all the demons and demigods)SB 8.16.14
manaḥ the mindSB 8.17.2-3
manaḥ his mindSB 9.4.18-20
manaḥ-javāya as speedy as the mindSB 9.5.6
manaḥ the mind (full of material desires for eating, sleeping, mating and defending)SB 9.7.25-26
manaḥ-śarīra-dhī who consider the body or mind to be the selfSB 9.8.21
manaḥ the mindSB 9.9.15
manaḥ the mindSB 9.9.42
manaḥ the mindSB 9.10.55
manaḥ the mindSB 9.14.20
manaḥ like the mindSB 9.15.31
manaḥ the mindSB 9.16.16
manaḥ-vāk by her mind and wordsSB 9.18.47
manaḥ-rathaḥ created to be traversed by the chariot of the mindSB 9.18.49
manaḥ-ṣaṣṭhaiḥ by the mind and five knowledge-acquiring sensesSB 9.18.51
manaḥ-sukham temporary happiness created by the mindSB 9.18.51
manaḥ-prītim satisfaction of the mindSB 9.19.13
manaḥ the mindSB 9.21.16
manaḥ the subject matter of thought for the mindSB 10.1.4
manaḥ the mindSB 10.1.42
manaḥ in the mindSB 10.2.16
manaḥ of the mindSB 10.2.36
manaḥ-malau the mind became clean, free from material contaminationSB 10.3.33
mahā-manāḥ who was great mindedSB summary
manaḥ the mindSB 10.6.24
manaḥ-jñāni very attractive to the mindSB 10.7.1-2
manaḥ by mindSB 10.8.41
manaḥ the mindSB 10.10.38
manaḥ dadhe made up His mindSB 10.12.25
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.15.3
manaḥ His mindSB 10.15.3
prīta-manāḥ being satisfied in His mindSB 10.15.9
manaḥ-jñayā which (voice) charms the mindSB 10.15.10-12
manaḥ-jñāni attractive to the mindSB 10.15.18
manaḥ the mindSB 10.16.42-43
prīta-manāḥ satisfied within his mindSB 10.17.18
manaḥ-haram stealing the mindsSB 10.21.6
manaḥ your mindsSB 10.23.32
manaḥ cakre He made up His mindSB 10.29.1
manāḥ with her mind fully absorbedSB 10.30.19
manaḥ our mindsSB 10.31.11
manaḥ the mindSB 10.31.17
manaḥ for the mindSB 10.34.23
manaḥ like that of the mindSB 10.37.1-2
manaḥ the mindSB 10.40.2
manaḥ the mind (and other senses)SB 10.40.15
manaḥ my mindSB 10.40.27
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.43.19
manaḥ cakre made up His mindSB 10.44.17
manaḥ in his mindSB 10.45.28
manaḥ the mindSB 10.46.22
manaḥ one's mindSB 10.46.32-33
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.47.23
manaḥ of the mindSB 10.47.29
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.47.35
manaḥ your mindsSB 10.47.36
manaḥ to the mindSB 10.48.11
manaḥ-ratham or a fantasy in the mindSB 10.49.25
manaḥ (as the) mindSB 10.50.55
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.51.60
manaḥ his mindSB 10.52.3
manaḥ His mindSB 10.52.24
manaḥ to the mindsSB 10.52.38
manaḥ her mindSB 10.54.50
manaḥ the mindSB 10.59.30
manaḥ the mindSB 10.60.48
manaḥ the mindSB 10.61.3
manaḥ the mindSB 10.63.35-36
manaḥ their mindsSB 10.70.16
manaḥ the mindSB 10.73.23
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.81.1-2
manaḥ and the mindSB 10.84.12
manaḥ their mindsSB 10.84.27
manāḥ in his mindSB 10.84.60
manaḥ their mindsSB 10.84.69
manaḥ his mindSB 10.86.6
manaḥ their mindsSB 10.87.15
manaḥ the mind (and its manifestations)SB 10.87.26
manaḥ the mindSB 10.87.33
manaḥ their mindsSB 10.87.35
manaḥ of the mindSB 10.87.37
manaḥ the mindSB 10.87.49
manaḥ of the mindSB 10.89.50
manaḥ the mindsSB 10.90.26
manaḥ the mindSB 11.2.38
manaḥ the mindSB 11.3.15
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.3.26
manaḥ the mindSB 11.3.36
manaḥ your mindSB 11.7.6
manaḥ and mindSB 11.7.39
manaḥ the mindSB 11.9.11
manaḥ the mindSB 11.9.12
manaḥ the mindSB 11.9.22
manaḥ-rathaḥ merely a creation of the mindSB 11.10.3
manaḥ the mindSB 11.11.14
manaḥ the mindSB 11.11.21
manaḥ the mindSB 11.11.22
manaḥ-mayam perceived by the mind, or controlling the mind even of great demigods like Lord ŚivaSB 11.12.17
manaḥ the mindSB 11.13.9-10
manaḥ the mindSB 11.13.12
manaḥ the mindSB 11.13.13
manaḥ the mindSB 11.13.14
manaḥ the mindSB 11.14.2
manaḥ the mindSB 11.14.28
manaḥ the mindSB 11.14.36-42
manaḥ the mindSB 11.14.46
manaḥ-javaḥ moving the body at the speed of the mindSB 11.15.6-7
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.10
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.11
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.13
mat-manāḥ the yogī whose mind is fixed in MeSB 11.15.13
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.16
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.17
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.21
manaḥ the mind (goes)SB 11.15.21
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.22
manaḥ-rūpam the form desired by the mindSB 11.15.22
manaḥ the mindSB 11.15.26
manaḥ the mindSB 11.16.11
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.16.41
manaḥ the mindSB 11.16.42
manaḥ the mindSB 11.16.44
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.17.34-35
manaḥ ascertained by the mindSB 11.18.16
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.18.27
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.18
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.19
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.20.20
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.20
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.22
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.23
manaḥ the mindSB 11.20.24
manaḥ and mindSB 11.21.36
manaḥ the mindSB 11.22.15
manaḥ as the mindSB 11.22.23
manaḥ the mindSB 11.22.23
manaḥ the mindSB 11.22.37
manaḥ the mindSB 11.22.38
manaḥ-rathaḥ-mayīḥ achieved by meditation of the mindSB 11.22.48
manaḥ the mindSB 11.23.42
manaḥ the mindSB 11.23.43
manaḥ the mindSB 11.23.44
manaḥ-nigrahaḥ the subduing of the mindSB 11.23.45
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.23.47
manaḥ the mindSB 11.23.47
manaḥ-mātram coming simply from the mindSB 11.23.49
manaḥ the mindSB 11.23.60
manaḥ and the mindSB 11.24.3
manaḥ by the mindSB 11.25.6
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.25.16
manaḥ the mindSB 11.25.17
manaḥ the mindSB 11.25.18
manaḥ the mindSB 11.26.12
manaḥ-gataḥ within the mindSB 11.26.16
manaḥ the mindSB 11.26.22
manaḥ the mindSB 11.26.23
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.26.26
manaḥ-mayī conceived of in the mindSB 11.27.12
manaḥ and mindSB 11.28.16
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.28.17
manaḥ the mindSB 11.28.24
manaḥ of the mindSB 11.28.27
manaḥ the mindSB 11.28.28
manaḥ the mindSB 11.29.2
manaḥ-nigraha by the attempt to subdue the mindSB 11.29.2
manaḥ-cittaḥ his mind and his intelligenceSB 11.29.9
ātma-manaḥ of his own mindSB 11.29.9
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ by the functions of one's mind, words and bodySB 11.29.19
manaḥ-bhavaḥ born of your mindSB 11.29.29
manaḥ the mindsSB 12.2.34
manaḥ the mindSB 12.3.27
manaḥ the mindSB 12.4.20-21
manaḥ the mindSB 12.5.6
manaḥ the mindSB 12.6.30-31
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
manaḥ the mind of the sageSB 12.8.25
manaḥ the mindSB 12.8.40
manaḥ His mindSB 12.11.6-8
manaḥ of the mindCC Adi 4.174
manaḥ-gatiḥ the movement of the mindCC Adi 4.205
mat-manaḥ-gatam the intention of My mindCC Adi 4.213
manaḥ the mindCC Adi 5.35
manaḥ ca as well as the mindCC Adi 5.83
kāya-manaḥ-vākye by His body, mind and wordsCC Adi 6.92
manaḥ-bale by the strength of mindCC Adi 13.100
manaḥ-bale by the strength of the mindCC Adi 13.102
manaḥ-bale by the strength of the mindCC Adi 13.103
manaḥ the mindCC Madhya 1.76
manaḥ-nayana-amṛtam nectar for the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.74
manaḥ-netra-utsava festival of the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.75
manaḥ of the mindCC Madhya 8.177
manaḥ the mindCC Madhya 8.224
manaḥ the mindCC Madhya 9.123
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with My body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 12.50
āmāra manaḥ-vāñchā the desire of My mindCC Madhya 13.131
manaḥ-kathā words in his mindCC Madhya 16.234
jagat-manaḥ-mohana of Kṛṣṇa, who attracts the mind of the whole universeCC Madhya 17.212
manaḥ-gatiḥ the movement of the mindCC Madhya 19.171
manaḥ ca as well as the mindCC Madhya 20.267
vāk-manaḥ-gamya within the reach of words and mindCC Madhya 21.26
gopī-manaḥ-rathe on the chariots of the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 21.107
manaḥ-kṣobha agitation of the mindCC Madhya 21.132
mat-manāḥ whose mind is always on MeCC Madhya 22.57-58
manaḥ-vākye by mind or by wordsCC Madhya 22.120
manaḥ the mindCC Madhya 22.137-139
manaḥ the mindCC Madhya 24.12
manaḥ-haṃsa my mind, which is like a swanCC Madhya 25.271
manaḥ-bhṛńga-gaṇa the bumblebees of your mindsCC Madhya 25.273
manaḥ the mindCC Antya 1.79
manaḥ the mindCC Antya 1.114
jagat-manāḥ the minds of the whole worldCC Antya 1.177
manaḥ-kari-indrasya of the elephant-like mindCC Antya 1.191
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Antya 6.173
manaḥ of the mindsCC Antya 6.264
manaḥ-kāma the desires of the mindCC Antya 11.90
manaḥ-duḥkha distress in the mindCC Antya 12.38
manaḥ-tāpa burning of the mindCC Antya 15.13
manaḥ-vakṣa the minds and breastsCC Antya 15.74
manaḥ of the mindCC Antya 15.78
manaḥ-nayana to the mind and eyesCC Antya 17.51
manaḥ-vege at the speed of mindCC Antya 18.34
manaḥ-pīḍā distress in the mindCC Antya 20.51
manaḥ O mindMM 10
manaḥ of the mindsMM 32
manaḥ O mindMM 32
manaḥ of the mindMM 46
manaḥsu in the mindsBs 5.42
manāṃsi the mindSB 1.14.18
manāṃsi everyone's mindSB 4.1.53
sva-jana-manāṃsi the minds of His devoteesSB 5.25.10
manāṃsi within our mindsSB 8.9.3
manāṃsi the minds of the brāhmaṇas (who because of Kaṃsa had always been afraid)SB summary
manāṃsi the mindsSB 10.41.27
manāṃsi the mindsSB 12.2.21
manasā by the mindBG 3.6
manasā by the mindBG 3.7
manasā with the mindBG 5.11
manasā by the mindBG 5.13
manasā by the mindBG 6.24
manasā by the mindBG 8.10
manasā attention of the mindSB 1.2.14
manasā within the mindSB 1.15.46
manasā by the mindSB 1.17.21
manasā by the mindSB 2.1.17
manasā by dint of the mindSB 2.1.18
manasā by the mindSB 2.2.15
manasā accompanied by the mindSB 2.2.22
manasā within his mindSB 2.7.18
manasā by the mindSB 3.4.35
manasā with the mindSB 3.6.40
manasā from his mindSB 3.20.49
manasā with the mindSB 3.26.68
manasā with the mindSB 3.28.5
manasā with the mindSB 3.28.6
manasā with the mindSB 3.29.34
manasā by the mindSB 4.8.44
manasā with the mindSB 4.8.51
manasā by the mindSB 4.8.59-60
manasā by the mindSB 4.12.17
manasā by the mindSB 4.28.28
manasā by the mindSB 4.29.35
manasā by the mindSB 4.29.60
manasā by the mindSB 4.29.62
manasā within his mindSB 5.8.14
manasā with the mindSB 5.9.3
manasā api even by the mindSB 5.10.18
manasā in the mindSB 5.12.9
uparakta-manasā due to the mind's being influencedSB 5.14.5
manasā api even by the mindSB 5.14.42
manasā by the mindSB 5.16.4
manasā by the mindSB 5.18.36
samāhita-manasā with an attentive mindSB 5.24.19
manasā by the mindSB 6.1.48
manasā with his mindSB 6.1.48
manasā by the mindSB 6.1.63
manasā by the mindSB 6.3.16
manasā by the mindSB 6.4.18
manasā by the mindSB 6.4.19
manasā by the mindSB 6.4.29
manasā the mindSB 6.16.21
manasā by the mindSB 7.5.3
ekāgra-manasā the mind being completely fixed upon the lotus feet of the LordSB 7.9.7
manasā of the mindSB 8.5.19-20
manasā by an elevated mindSB 8.6.11
manasā by the mindSB 8.17.2-3
manasā by the mindSB 9.4.41
manasā api even by such plans perceived within the mindSB 9.24.60
manasā by the mindSB 10.1.41
manasā with the mindSB 10.1.53
manasā with my mindSB 10.14.2
manasā within his mind, jagāmaSB 10.16.30
manasā with the mindSB 10.33.30
manasā with their mindsSB 10.43.33
mānasā whose mindSB 10.53.26
mānasā her mindSB 10.53.31
manasā in their mindsSB 10.59.34
manasā in their mindsSB 10.71.34
manasā within his mindSB 10.80.12-13
manasā with his mindSB 10.86.45
manasā by the mindSB 11.7.7
manasā by the mindSB 11.13.24
manasā by the mindSB 11.14.36-42
manasā with the mindSB 11.15.19
manasā with the mindSB 11.15.20
manasā by means of the primeval mindSB 11.21.38-40
eka-manasā along with the one mindSB 11.22.22
manasā within his mindSB 11.23.31
manasā along with the mindSB 11.23.44
manasā by the mindSB 11.28.4
manasā by the mindSB 12.9.5
manasā by His mind, simply by His desireSB 12.10.31-32
manasā within the mindSB 12.13.1
mānasa the mindCC Adi 2.117
manasā by the mindCC Adi 4.66
manasā by the mindCC Adi 9.43
mānasa within the mindCC Adi 10.100
manasā with the mindCC Madhya 22.101
manasā by the mindCC Madhya 23.23
mānasa-ākarṣi attracting the mindsCC Madhya 23.82-83
manasā by the mindCC Antya 4.175
manasā by the mindCC Antya 14.1
manasā by the mindNoI 5
mānasaḥ within the mindBG 1.46
manasaḥ more than the mindBG 3.42
niyata-mānasaḥ with a regulated mindBG 6.15
mānasaḥ who has such a mindBG 6.37
ananya-manasaḥ without deviation of the mindBG 9.13
mānasāḥ from the mindBG 10.6
mānasaḥ and mindBG 18.51-53
manasaḥ of the mindSB 1.2.20
mānasaḥ identifying the mindSB 1.5.2
manasaḥ of the mindSB 2.6.34
manasaḥ of the mindSB 2.10.34
antaḥ-manasaḥ of the internal mindSB 3.5.45
manasaḥ of one whose mindSB 3.9.7
manasaḥ from the mindSB 3.12.24
manasaḥ from the mindSB 3.12.27
mānasāḥ born from the mindSB 3.15.12
su-manasaḥ good minded, Vaikuṇṭha mindedSB 3.15.19
mānasāḥ pertaining to the mindSB 3.22.37
eka-manasaḥ of a man of undivided mindSB 3.25.32
manasaḥ of the mindSB 3.26.23-24
manasaḥ from the mindSB 3.26.61
manasaḥ of the mindSB 3.28.36
manasaḥ the mindSB 3.32.10
manasaḥ whose mindsSB 3.32.16
manasaḥ their mindsSB 3.32.17
manasaḥ the mindsSB 4.1.28
manasaḥ their mindsSB 4.16.1
hṛṣṭa-manasaḥ greatly pacified in mindSB 4.21.45
mānasaḥ his mindSB 4.26.13
manasaḥ of the mindSB 5.6.2
śańkita-manasaḥ whose minds were afraidSB 5.10.3
manasaḥ of the mindSB 5.11.9
manasaḥ of the mindSB 5.11.11
manasaḥ of the mindSB 5.11.12
pramudita-manasaḥ their minds refreshedSB 5.25.4
manasaḥ of the mindSB 6.4.26
manasaḥ those whose mindsSB 6.9.39
manasaḥ from the mindSB 6.15.24
manasaḥ by the mindSB 8.3.10
sunirviṇṇa-manasaḥ their minds being very disappointedSB 8.7.7
viṣaṇṇa-manasaḥ aggrieved in mindSB 8.8.36
manasaḥ their mindsSB 8.9.11
manasaḥ within their mindsSB 8.10.6
mānasaḥ within my mindSB 8.16.13
manasaḥ tasya from the mind of Lord BrahmāSB 9.1.10
udvigna-manasaḥ with agitated mindsSB 10.4.32
manasaḥ of the mindSB 10.8.25
manasaḥ of the mindSB 10.14.38
anurakta-manasaḥ their minds very much attached to HimSB 10.16.20
manasaḥ their mindsSB 10.16.32
manasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.21.4
manasaḥ their mindsSB 10.23.18
manasaḥ their mindsSB 10.23.23
mānasaḥ their mindsSB 10.25.22
mānasāḥ whose mindsSB 10.29.4
mānasāḥ their mindsSB 10.39.31
mānasaḥ and mindsSB 10.47.9-10
manasaḥ of the mindSB 10.47.34
manasaḥ of the mindsSB 10.47.66
mānasaḥ your mindSB 10.51.61
manasaḥ whose mindSB 10.52.30
mānasaḥ and by the mindSB 10.57.30
mānasāḥ whose mindsSB 10.64.3
mānasāḥ whose mindsSB 10.78.29
manasaḥ whose mindsSB 10.83.2
mānasaḥ whose mindSB 10.89.22
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.3.23
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.13.9-10
mānasāḥ born of the mindSB 11.13.16
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.13.33
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.13.34
manasaḥ whose mindSB 11.14.13
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.19.20-24
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.20.21
āsakta-manasaḥ having become attached within the mindSB 11.21.24
manasaḥ of the mindSB 11.23.45
manasaḥ of his mindSB 11.24.28
manasaḥ their mindsSB 12.3.39-40
manasaḥ for the mindSB 12.12.50
manasaḥ of the mindCC Adi 6.60
manasaḥ of the mindCC Madhya 11.11
manasaḥ of the mindCC Madhya 11.29-30
manasaḥ of the mindCC Madhya 21.27
manasaḥ of the mindCC Madhya 21.83
manasaḥ of the mindNoI 1
manasaḥ of the mindBs 5.34
manasaḥ than the mindIso 4
manasam whose mindBG 6.27
mānasam of the mindBG 17.16
mānasam relating to the mindSB 3.7.7
mānasam the mindSB 3.27.26
manasam whose mindSB 4.29.54
avāk-manasam beyond the description of mind and wordsSB 5.1.21
manasām whose mindsSB 5.9.17
manasām of those whose mindsSB 5.14.44
mānasam the dirty things in the mindSB 5.18.11
udvejita-manasām whose minds are agitatedSB 5.18.15
mānasam the mindSB 9.19.19
vyākṣipta-manasām for those whose minds are bewilderedSB 11.21.33-34
manasām and of the mindSB 11.24.7
manasām the minds of whomCC Madhya 9.269
su-manasām of the most liberal-mindedCC Madhya 15.110
mānasānām born from the mind (of Brahmā)SB 10.87.9
mānasāya unto He whose mindSB 8.3.16
mānase within the mindCC Antya 6.237
mānasei within his mindCC Antya 16.33
manasi upon the mindSB 1.7.4
manasi into the mindSB 1.15.41
manasi the mindSB 3.4.11
manasi in the mindSB 3.28.26
manasi unto the mindSB 4.8.22
manasi in the mindSB 4.29.67
manasi in the mindSB 4.29.68
manasi in a mindSB 4.29.69
manasi in the mindSB 4.30.23
manasi in the mindSB 5.2.6
manasi in the mindSB 5.6.3
manasi in the mindSB 5.23.7
sva-manasi in his mindSB 6.9.39
manasi the mindSB 7.2.24
manasi within the mindSB 7.10.9
manasi in the mindSB 7.13.43
manasi in the mindSB 7.15.53
manasi in the mindSB 8.3.17
manasi in the mindSB 8.20.25-29
manasi in his mindSB 9.14.43
manasi in the mindsSB 10.31.12
manasi in his mindSB 10.43.18
manasi in the mindsSB 10.82.48
vāk-manasī the speech and mindSB 11.16.43
manasi in the mindSB 11.24.22-27
manasi in the mindsCC Madhya 1.81
manasi in the mindsCC Madhya 13.136
manasi in the mindCC Antya 1.142
manasī and one's mindNoI 8
manasī and mindBs 5.51
manasi in the mindMM 22
mānasīḥ from his mindSB 3.10.1
tat-manaskāḥ their minds being absorbed in HimSB 10.16.13-15
tat-manaskāḥ their minds filled with thoughts of HimSB 10.30.43
tat-manaskāḥ their minds absorbed in HimSB 10.35.26
manaskāḥ their mindsSB 10.46.4
manastaḥ being placed within the mindSB 10.2.18
manastaḥ from the mindsSB 10.83.3
manasvī the great-mindedSB 6.10.30
manasvinām to the great, deep-minded personalitiesSB 6.10.31
manasvini O great-minded ladySB 8.16.10
manasvinī peaceful in mindSB 10.27.18
manavaḥ the mind, understanding, intellect and egoSB 6.4.25
manave unto the supreme mind or supreme ManuSB 4.24.42
mane in the mindCC Adi 2.69
mane in the mindCC Adi 3.13
mane in the mindCC Adi 3.103
mane in the mindCC Adi 4.44
mane in the mindCC Adi 4.158
mane in the mindCC Adi 5.151
mane from the mindCC Adi 5.165
mane in the mindCC Adi 5.174
mane the mindCC Adi 6.58-59
mane in His mindCC Adi 6.93
mane within the mindCC Adi 7.33
mane mane within His mindCC Adi 7.43
mane mane within His mindCC Adi 7.43
mane in the mindCC Adi 7.79
mane in the mindCC Adi 7.80
mane in the mindCC Adi 9.35
mane in the mindCC Adi 12.33
mane in the mindCC Adi 12.39
mane in the mindCC Adi 12.53
mane within the mindCC Adi 12.53
mane in the mindCC Adi 13.52
mane mana within their mindsCC Adi 13.93
mane within the mindCC Adi 13.101
mane in the mindCC Adi 13.102
mane within the mindsCC Adi 14.20
mane in the mindsCC Adi 14.59
mane in the mindCC Adi 14.61
mane within his mindCC Adi 16.30
mane within the mindCC Adi 16.88
mane within his mindCC Adi 17.61
mane in the mindCC Adi 17.132
tomāra mane (is) in Your mindCC Adi 17.152
mane within the mindCC Madhya 1.53
mane within the mindCC Madhya 1.155
mane within the mindCC Madhya 1.204
mane within the mindCC Madhya 1.214
mane in the mindCC Madhya 1.218
mane within His mindCC Madhya 1.228
mane in the mindsCC Madhya 2.23
yāńra mane in someone's mindCC Madhya 2.51
mane in the mindCC Madhya 2.57
mane in the mindCC Madhya 2.73
mane in the mindCC Madhya 2.90
mane within His mindCC Madhya 3.31
ye āchila mane whatever there was in mindCC Madhya 3.107
mane in the mindCC Madhya 3.187
mane in the mindCC Madhya 4.114
mane within the mindCC Madhya 4.119
mane in the mindCC Madhya 4.161
mane in the mindCC Madhya 4.188
mane in the mindsCC Madhya 5.63
baḍa-viprera mane within the mind of the elderly brāhmaṇaCC Madhya 5.79
putrera mane in the mind of the sonCC Madhya 5.80
mane in the mindCC Madhya 5.89
mane in the mindCC Madhya 5.105
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.7
mane in his mindCC Madhya 6.11
ānandita mane pleased in the mindCC Madhya 6.36
mane within the mindCC Madhya 6.49
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.96
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.113
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.115
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.199
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.243
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.276
mane in the mindCC Madhya 6.276
ānandita-mane with great pleasure in His mindCC Madhya 6.277
mane in the mindsCC Madhya 7.14
mane in the mindsCC Madhya 7.80
mane in the mindCC Madhya 8.19
mane mana within their mindsCC Madhya 8.28
tomāra mane in Your mindCC Madhya 8.133
mane his mindCC Madhya 9.95
mane in the mindCC Madhya 9.104
mane in the mindCC Madhya 9.138
mane in the mindCC Madhya 9.195
mane within the mindCC Madhya 9.203
kāya-mane with body and mindCC Madhya 10.106
mane in the mindCC Madhya 10.176
mane in the mindCC Madhya 11.17
mane in the mindCC Madhya 11.44
mane in the mindCC Madhya 11.59
prabhura mane in the mind of the LordCC Madhya 11.168
tomāra mane is in Your mindCC Madhya 11.177
mane in the mindCC Madhya 11.219
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.13
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.94
mane in His mindCC Madhya 12.116
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.123
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.130
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.154-155
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.165
mane within the mindCC Madhya 12.172
mane in the mindCC Madhya 12.205
mane in the mindCC Madhya 13.34
mane in the mindCC Madhya 13.94
mane with the mindCC Madhya 13.137
mane in the mindCC Madhya 13.186
ānandita-mane with blissful mindsCC Madhya 14.21
mane in the mindCC Madhya 14.196
mane in the mindCC Madhya 14.205
mane in the mindCC Madhya 14.218
mane in the mindCC Madhya 15.60
mane in the mindCC Madhya 15.62
mane nāhi laya does not appeal to the mindCC Madhya 15.142
mane in the mindCC Madhya 15.147
mane in my mindCC Madhya 15.149
mane in the mindCC Madhya 15.152
mane in the mindCC Madhya 15.159
mane the mindCC Madhya 15.174
vaiṣṇava-mane in the minds of all the VaiṣṇavasCC Madhya 16.34
vaiṣṇava-mane in the minds of all the VaiṣṇavasCC Madhya 16.36
mane in their mindsCC Madhya 16.92
mane in the mindCC Madhya 16.268
mane in the mindCC Madhya 17.10
ānera mane in the mind of othersCC Madhya 17.13
mane in the mindCC Madhya 17.27
mane in the mindCC Madhya 17.33
mane in my mindCC Madhya 17.172
mane kari' considering within the mindCC Madhya 18.24
mane within the mindCC Madhya 18.61
mane in the mindCC Madhya 18.176
mane mana in the mindCC Madhya 19.13
mane in the mindCC Madhya 19.79
mane in the mindCC Madhya 19.108
mane in the mindCC Madhya 19.175
mane in the mindsCC Madhya 19.196
mane within the mindCC Madhya 19.235
mane in the mindCC Madhya 20.22
mane in the mindCC Madhya 20.71
kāya-mane by my body and mindCC Madhya 21.25
mane in the mindCC Madhya 21.64
mane in the mindCC Madhya 21.104
mane within His mindCC Madhya 21.147
mane the mindCC Madhya 22.156-157
mane in My mindCC Madhya 24.8
mane within the mindCC Madhya 24.165
mane in my mindCC Madhya 24.239
mane in the mindCC Madhya 24.252
mane in the mindCC Madhya 24.264
mane to the mindCC Madhya 25.42
mane within the mindCC Madhya 25.96
mane in the mindCC Madhya 25.203
utphullita tanu-mane the body and mind become jubilantCC Madhya 25.278
mane in the mindsCC Antya 1.24
mane in the mindsCC Antya 1.30
mane in the mindCC Antya 1.68
mane in the mindCC Antya 1.96
mane in the mindCC Antya 2.32
bhakta-gaṇa-mane in the minds of the devoteesCC Antya 2.44
niścaya kailā mane they were greatly assured within their mindsCC Antya 2.52
mane in the mindCC Antya 2.78
mane in the mindCC Antya 2.78
haila mane became within his mindCC Antya 2.114
mane in the mindCC Antya 2.145
mane in the mindsCC Antya 2.152
mane in the mindsCC Antya 2.161
mane in his mindCC Antya 3.8
mane in the mindCC Antya 3.15
mātāra mane in the mind of My motherCC Antya 3.29
mane in the mindCC Antya 3.89
mane within the mindCC Antya 3.214
mane within the mindCC Antya 4.119
mane in the mindCC Antya 4.128
yebā mane what was in my mindCC Antya 4.137
mane within the mindCC Antya 4.165
mane in the mindCC Antya 4.202
mane within the mindCC Antya 5.97
vicārilā mane considered within his mindCC Antya 6.42
mane in the mindCC Antya 6.51
rāghavera mane in the mind of Rāghava PaṇḍitaCC Antya 6.108
mane in the mindCC Antya 6.135
mane kahe answered within his mindCC Antya 6.194
mane within his mindCC Antya 6.273
kāya-mane by mind and bodyCC Antya 6.308
mane in the mindCC Antya 7.109
mane within the mindCC Antya 7.112
mane in the mindCC Antya 7.116
rukmiṇīra mane in the mind of RukmiṇīdevīCC Antya 7.147
mane in the mindCC Antya 8.22
mane in the mindCC Antya 8.52
mane to the mindCC Antya 8.101
mane in the mindCC Antya 9.27
mane in the mindCC Antya 9.43
mane within the mindCC Antya 9.67
mane vyathā pain in his mindCC Antya 9.94
mane within the mindCC Antya 9.109
mane in the mindCC Antya 10.20
mane in the mindCC Antya 10.67
mane within his mindCC Antya 10.95
svasti nāhi mane no peace of mindCC Antya 12.6
mane within the mindCC Antya 13.16
ānandita mane very pleased within their mindsCC Antya 13.44
mane in the mindCC Antya 13.54
mane within the mindCC Antya 13.69
svarūpa-ādi-mane in the minds of Svarūpa Dāmodara and other attendantsCC Antya 13.88
mane the mindCC Antya 14.54
mane in the mindCC Antya 15.23
mane mane within the mindCC Antya 16.72
mane mane within the mindCC Antya 16.72
mane in the mindCC Antya 17.49
mane within the mindCC Antya 17.54
nija-rājya-mane within the kingdom of Her own mindCC Antya 17.58
mane within the mindCC Antya 17.58
mane to the mindCC Antya 17.58
mane in the mindCC Antya 18.39
mane in the mindCC Antya 18.48
lāge mane arises in the mindCC Antya 18.58
mane in the mindCC Antya 18.93
mane in the mindCC Antya 18.115
mane in My mindCC Antya 18.118
nārī-mane in the minds of womenCC Antya 19.40
pāilā mane got in his mindCC Antya 19.66
manera of the mindCC Adi 4.212
manera of mindCC Madhya 1.69
manera of the mindCC Madhya 1.71
manera of the mindCC Madhya 1.213
tanu-manera of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 2.64
manera of the mindCC Madhya 6.224
manera santoṣe with complete satisfaction of the mindCC Antya 3.90
manera of the mindCC Antya 5.43
āpana manera of His own mindCC Antya 14.40
manera of the mindCC Antya 20.49
manete within the mindCC Adi 13.118
manete in the mindCC Madhya 2.14
manete within his mindCC Madhya 5.103
manete in the mindCC Madhya 5.126
manete in the mindCC Madhya 18.22
manete cintila considered within His mindCC Madhya 25.13
bhaṭṭera manete in the mind of Vallabha BhaṭṭaCC Antya 7.55
kāya-mano-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 16.107
manobhiḥ and mindBG 18.15
manobhiḥ and mindSB 10.14.3
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ by the body, words and mindCC Madhya 8.67
manorathāḥ and concoctions of the mindSB 6.15.21-23
manyamānasya thinking within the mindSB 1.4.32
manyate do speculate within the mindSB 1.11.37
mat-cittāḥ their minds fully engaged in MeBG 10.9
mat-cittaḥ his mind fixed on MeSB 3.32.43
mat-cittāḥ with minds fixed on MeSB 10.73.22
mat-manāḥ the yogī whose mind is fixed in MeSB 11.15.13
mat-cittaḥ his mind fixed in MeSB 11.18.11
mat-ātmanaḥ whose mind is fixed in MeSB 11.20.31
mat-cittāḥ who have fixed their minds on MeSB 11.26.27
mat-manaḥ-gatam the intention of My mindCC Adi 4.213
mat-manāḥ whose mind is always on MeCC Madhya 22.57-58
mat-ātmanaḥ whose mind is always engaged in MeCC Madhya 22.146
āmāra mata My mindCC Antya 10.150
tat-matam his mindSB 9.15.7
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
mātāra mane in the mind of My motherCC Antya 3.29
matayaḥ whose mindsSB 5.9.8
matayaḥ whose mindsSB 6.5.4-5
mateḥ whose mind is thatSB 5.8.16
man-matha of Cupid (who bewilders the mind)SB 10.32.2
mati-vimoham bewilderment of the mindSB 2.7.37
viṣakta-mati whose mind was too much attractedSB 5.8.13
capala-mati restless mindCC Madhya 2.69
bhāva-mati ecstatic mindCC Antya 17.54
sama-matibhiḥ by persons who have conquered the mindSB 6.16.34
ekānta-matiḥ fixed in monism or oneness of mindSB 1.4.4
duḥsthitā matiḥ oscillating mindSB 1.5.14
matiḥ his mindSB 3.32.3
matiḥ her mindSB 3.33.26
matiḥ the mindSB 4.4.19
pṛthak-matiḥ my mind fixed on things other than the LordSB 4.9.30
ku-matiḥ whose mind is full of obnoxious thoughtsSB 4.28.17
matiḥ whose mind (is absorbed)SB 5.3.4-5
matiḥ whose mindSB 5.10.5
nirmita-matiḥ whose mind is absorbed in thatSB 5.14.7
atirajaḥ-vala-matiḥ whose mind is overcome by lustSB 5.14.9
avasita-matiḥ whose mind is determinedSB 5.14.36
ati-śuddha-matiḥ whose completely pure consciousness (full realization that the body and mind are separate from the soul)SB 5.15.7
āveśita-matiḥ whose mind was fully absorbedSB 5.20.25
matiḥ the mindSB 6.18.30
pāpa-matiḥ very, very sinful, having a polluted mindSB 10.8.8-9
mahā-matiḥ high-mindedSB 10.38.1
matiḥ whose mindSB 10.57.5
mahā-matiḥ great-mindedSB 10.71.1
matiḥ her mindSB 11.8.43
matiḥ the mindSB 11.30.12
matiḥ in his mindSB 12.6.22
guṇa-ākṣipta-matiḥ whose mind was agitated by the qualitiesCC Madhya 24.117
nirmala-matiḥ naturally clean-mindedCC Antya 1.108
matim concentration of the mindSB 2.4.1
kṛta-matim the mind being so givenSB 3.12.29
matim His mindSB 4.20.34
matim cakāra concentrated his mindSB 6.1.27
matim the mindCC Antya 1.142
matim his mindBs 5.23
manaḥ-mātram coming simply from the mindSB 11.23.49
sva-mayā-mohita-ātmanām of those whose minds have been bewildered by His illusory potencySB 10.23.51
manaḥ-mayaḥ the predominating deity of the mindSB 5.22.10
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
manaḥ-mayam creator of the mindSB 3.1.34
manaḥ-mayam consisting of the mindSB 3.26.25
manaḥ-mayam formed in the mindSB 3.28.30
manaḥ-mayam which is nothing but a mental creation depending chiefly on the mindSB 8.5.28
manaḥ-mayam perceived by the mind, or controlling the mind even of great demigods like Lord ŚivaSB 11.12.17
āśaya-maye and that filled with desires (the mind)SB 7.9.35
manaḥ-mayī conceived of in the mindSB 11.27.12
manaḥ-rathaḥ-mayīḥ achieved by meditation of the mindSB 11.22.48
ku-medhasaḥ wicked-mindedSB 3.20.33
jagat-manaḥ-mohana of Kṛṣṇa, who attracts the mind of the whole universeCC Madhya 17.212
kṛṣṇa madana-mohana Kṛṣṇa is the conqueror of the mind of CupidCC Madhya 17.213
madana-mohanaḥ the enchanter of the mind of CupidCC Madhya 17.216
citta-mohinī the attractor of the mindCC Madhya 17.212
sva-mayā-mohita-ātmanām of those whose minds have been bewildered by His illusory potencySB 10.23.51
mora mana my mindCC Madhya 9.101
mora mana My mindCC Madhya 13.137
mora mana My mindCC Madhya 21.137
mora mana my mindCC Madhya 23.121
mora mana my mindCC Antya 3.113
mora mana My mindCC Antya 4.132
mora mana My mindCC Antya 4.183
mora mana my mindCC Antya 7.98
mora mana my mindCC Antya 12.93
mora mana my mindCC Antya 13.27
mora mana My mindCC Antya 14.43
mana mora My mindCC Antya 17.59
mora mana My mindCC Antya 18.99
na niṣṇāyāt does not absorb the mindSB 11.11.18
prasanna nahe mana the mind was not satisfiedCC Antya 10.147
sthira nahe mana the mind is not steadyCC Antya 19.65
mana nahe sthira the mind is not steadyCC Antya 20.61
mane nāhi laya does not appeal to the mindCC Madhya 15.142
svasti nāhi mane no peace of mindCC Antya 12.6
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
nārī-mana the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 21.129
nārī-gaṇa-mana the minds of all womenCC Antya 15.21
nārī-mana the minds of womenCC Antya 15.76
nārī-mana the minds of womenCC Antya 17.35
nārī-mane in the minds of womenCC Antya 19.40
nārīra mana the minds of all womenCC Antya 15.23
navabhiḥ also with the nine different material potencies (the material nature, the total material energy, the ego, the mind and the five objects of the senses)SB 6.4.27-28
manaḥ-nayana-vardhanam very pleasing to the eyes and the mindSB 4.8.49
manaḥ-nayana-ānandana pleasing to the mind and eyesSB 5.3.2
manaḥ-nayana-amṛtam nectar for the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.74
nayana-hṛdaya the eyes and mindCC Madhya 13.117
manaḥ-nayana to the mind and eyesCC Antya 17.51
manaḥ-netra-utsava festival of the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.75
netra-mana eyes and mindCC Madhya 6.145-146
netra-mana the eyes and mindCC Antya 15.56
netra-mana eyes and mindCC Antya 15.60
netra-mana the eyes and mindCC Antya 15.64
nibhṛta-ātmānam his mind completely absorbed in tranceSB 12.10.3
manaḥ-nigraha by the attempt to subdue the mindSB 11.29.2
manaḥ-nigrahaḥ the subduing of the mindSB 11.23.45
niḥsattvaḥ poor-mindedSB 8.19.3
nija mana his own mindCC Madhya 12.105
nija-mana his own mindCC Madhya 12.133
nija-rājya-mane within the kingdom of Her own mindCC Antya 17.58
nirbhāta placing clearly before the mindSB 6.5.22
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realizationCC Madhya 24.48
nirjita-ātmā who fully controlled his mind and selfSB 6.8.18
nirmala-matiḥ naturally clean-mindedCC Antya 1.108
nirmita-matiḥ whose mind is absorbed in thatSB 5.14.7
nirviṇṇa-manāḥ being indifferent in mindSB 4.13.47
niścaya kailā mane they were greatly assured within their mindsCC Antya 2.52
na niṣṇāyāt does not absorb the mindSB 11.11.18
nitya-abhiniviṣṭa-cetāḥ whose mind is always absorbedSB 7.6.15
ātma-nivedanam dedicating everything (body, mind and soul) for the service of the LordCC Madhya 9.259-260
niyama-codanāḥ the regulative principles further meant for controlling the senses and mindSB 7.15.28
niyata-mānasaḥ with a regulated mindBG 6.15
nyasta-dhiyaḥ one who has given his mind unto HimSB 1.10.11-12
ojaḥ-sahaḥ-bala with the power of the senses, the power of the mind and the power of the bodySB 12.11.14-15
pāilā mane got in his mindCC Antya 19.66
pāpa-matiḥ very, very sinful, having a polluted mindSB 10.8.8-9
pāpmanām contaminated state of mindSB 4.24.58
parikliṣṭa-ātmanaḥ whose mind is agitatedSB 3.22.8
parimārṣṭum for purifying the mind completelySB 1.10.23
mana phirāya turns the mindsCC Madhya 25.20
manaḥ-pīḍā distress in the mindCC Antya 20.51
pitā-mātāra mana the parents' mindsCC Adi 15.15
prabhura mane in the mind of the LordCC Madhya 11.168
prabhura mana the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Madhya 17.23
prabhura mana the mind of Lord Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Antya 6.274
prabhura mana the mind of Śrī Caitanya MahāprabhuCC Antya 7.140
prahṛṣṭa-ātmā being pleased in his body, mind and soulSB 6.4.40
prakṛtayaḥ natural elements (earth, water, fire, air, ether, mind, intelligence and false ego)SB 11.22.24
pramadā the woman (one who bewilders the mind of man)SB 7.12.9
pramudita-manasaḥ their minds refreshedSB 5.25.4
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
prāṇa my mindCC Madhya 18.151
saṃyata-prāṇaḥ controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.16.16
praṇidhāya having concentrated the mindSB 1.6.19
manaḥ-prasādaḥ satisfaction of the mindBG 17.16
prasanna-cetasaḥ of the happy-mindedBG 2.65
prasanna-ātmā happy in his mindSB 12.10.18
prasanna nahe mana the mind was not satisfiedCC Antya 10.147
praśāntasya who has attained tranquillity by such control over the mindBG 6.7
pravaṇa-ātmanā fully absorbing your mindSB 4.8.40
praveśila mana the mind enteredCC Madhya 13.111
prayataḥ having a subdued mindSB 4.7.25
prema-āviṣṭa-mana with a greatly ecstatic mindCC Madhya 13.92
prema-āviṣṭa mana the mind was full of ecstatic loveCC Madhya 18.156
prīta-manāḥ pleased in mindBG 11.49
prīta-manāḥ pleased in His mindSB 1.10.2
prīta-manāḥ being satisfied in His mindSB 10.15.9
prīta-manāḥ satisfied within his mindSB 10.17.18
prītaḥ with his mind satisfiedSB 11.9.32
manaḥ-prītim satisfaction of the mindSB 9.19.13
pṛthak-matiḥ my mind fixed on things other than the LordSB 4.9.30
puṃścalyām unto a prostitute who agitates the minds of menSB 8.9.9
putrera mane in the mind of the sonCC Madhya 5.80
rāghavera mane in the mind of Rāghava PaṇḍitaCC Antya 6.108
rahita-ātmanām who have lost our mindsCC Antya 15.32
nija-rājya-mane within the kingdom of Her own mindCC Antya 17.58
rāmacandrera mana the mind of Rāmacandra KhānCC Antya 3.158
manaḥ-ramaiḥ pleasing to her mindSB 6.1.64
rāya-rāmānandera mana the mind of Śrī Rāmānanda RāyaCC Antya 5.40
manaḥ-rañjanakaiḥ very pleasing to the mindSB 4.16.15
manaḥ-rathaḥ created to be traversed by the chariot of the mindSB 9.18.49
manaḥ-rathaḥ merely a creation of the mindSB 11.10.3
manaḥ-rathaḥ-mayīḥ achieved by meditation of the mindSB 11.22.48
manaḥ-ratham or a fantasy in the mindSB 10.49.25
gopī-manaḥ-rathe on the chariots of the minds of the gopīsCC Madhya 21.107
manaḥ-rathena by the mindSB 5.6.15
rāya-rāmānandera mana the mind of Śrī Rāmānanda RāyaCC Antya 5.40
rāyera mana the mind of Rāmānanda RāyaCC Madhya 8.130-131
rukmiṇīra mane in the mind of RukmiṇīdevīCC Antya 7.147
rundhyāt should arrest (the mind)SB 7.15.32-33
manaḥ-rūpam the form desired by the mindSB 11.15.22
sa-daihikān happenings of the body and the mindSB 1.14.10
sa-ādhyātmaḥ the body and mind with all the sensesSB 3.6.9
śabala-cetanaḥ whose mind was bewilderedSB 7.4.39
sabāra mana everyone's mindCC Madhya 24.64
sabāra mana the minds of allCC Antya 16.115
saḥ that one (the supreme independent person who, through His external energy, has created the material mind, which is the cause of all suffering in this material world)SB 7.9.22
sahaḥ the strength of the mindSB 6.12.9
sahaḥ the strength of the mindSB 7.8.8
ojaḥ-sahaḥ-bala with the power of the senses, the power of the mind and the power of the bodySB 12.11.14-15
sahṛdaya-sumanobhiḥ by those who are friendly and whose minds are very cleanCC Madhya 25.283
sāma-ādibhiḥ sāma, dama, titikṣā (controlling the mind. controlling the senses, practicing tolerance) and so onSB 5.4.16
śama control of the mindSB 5.9.1-2
sama-matibhiḥ by persons who have conquered the mindSB 6.16.34
śama self-control of the mindSB 11.3.26
samādhau in the controlled mindBG 2.44
samādhi concentration of mindSB 3.16.26
samādhi-yogena by absorption of the mind in the service of the LordSB 5.18.17
samādhibhiḥ as also by concentration of the mindSB 3.9.26
samādhinā concentration of the mindSB 2.9.37
śamaḥ control of the mindBG 10.4-5
śamaḥ fixing of the mindSB 1.16.26-30
śamaḥ control of the mindSB 3.31.33
śamaḥ equilibrium of mindSB 4.8.35
śamaḥ control of the mindSB 5.5.24
śamaḥ control of the mind (not allowing the mind to act whimsically)SB 7.11.8-12
śamaḥ control of the mindSB 7.11.21
śamaḥ control of the mindSB 10.4.41
śamaḥ controlling the mindCC Madhya 22.88-90
śamaḥ controlling the mind without being disturbedCC Madhya 24.159
samāhita-ātmā he whose mind is fixedSB 3.32.30
samāhita always fixed in the mindSB 4.24.71
samāhita-manasā with an attentive mindSB 5.24.19
samāhita-ātmanaḥ whose mind was perfectly fixedSB 12.6.37
samāhitaḥ with concentrated mindSB 4.7.56
samāhitaḥ controlling his mind and sensesSB 6.14.15
su-samāhitāḥ with concentrated mindsSB 8.4.17-24
samāhitaḥ his mind concentratedSB 10.13.64
samāhitaḥ with mind fixed in MeSB 11.11.47
su-samāhitāḥ fixing our mindsSB 11.30.7
samāhitam concentrated the mind (without being agitated by material conditions)SB 8.1.17
samanasaḥ with a mindSB 4.29.68
āśaya-sambhavaiḥ which have manifested in his own mindSB 11.25.36
śamena by controlling the mindSB 6.1.13-14
śamena by controlling the mindSB 11.5.22
sammoha-vimūḍha-cetāḥ whose mind was stupefiedSB 3.22.17
samyak-śraddhayā by faith consisting of complete control of the senses and the mindSB 5.10.15
ātma-saṃyama of controlling the mindBG 4.27
saṃyamaiḥ controlling the mind and sensesSB 4.21.42
saṃyata-prāṇaḥ controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.16.16
saṃyata-ātmānaḥ having controlled mindsSB 7.4.22-23
tat-sāmyatām the same condition of agitation as the mindSB 7.2.24
saṃyujyāt should fix the mindSB 3.28.20
sanaka-ādira mana the minds of saintly sages like Sanaka and SanātanaCC Madhya 24.44
śrī-sanandanaḥ Śrī Sanandana (the exalted mind-born son of Brahmā who was chosen to reply to the sages' inquiry)SB 10.87.12-13
sanātanera mana the mind of SanātanaCC Antya 4.106
sañcintitaḥ made up his mindSB 5.7.1
jana-sańgaḥ association with worldly-minded personsNoI 2
indriya-sańgrahaḥ five senses and the mindSB 4.28.57
sańkalpa the mind's functionSB 11.12.19
kṛta-sańkalpaḥ having made up his mindSB 10.50.32-33
śańkita-manāḥ doubtful in mindSB 2.7.30
śańkita-manasaḥ whose minds were afraidSB 5.10.3
sańkucita mana hesitation in the mindCC Antya 13.95
sannyāsīra mana the minds of the Māyāvādī sannyāsīsCC Madhya 25.13
śānta-cittāya whose mind is peacefulSB 3.32.42
śāntaḥ controlling the mindSB 11.11.29-32
śāntaḥ with a peaceful mindSB 11.18.1
manera santoṣe with complete satisfaction of the mindCC Antya 3.90
santuṣṭyā by satisfaction (the mind becomes purified)SB 10.5.4
ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ the six enemies (the mind and five senses)SB 5.1.19
jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind)SB 5.11.15
manaḥ-śarīra-jāḥ born either of your body or of your mind (all the demons and demigods)SB 8.16.14
manaḥ-śarīra-dhī who consider the body or mind to be the selfSB 9.8.21
śarma peace of mindSB 3.31.9
sarva-mana all mindsCC Adi 4.148
manaḥ-ṣaṣṭhaiḥ by the mind and five knowledge-acquiring sensesSB 9.18.51
ṣaṭ-vargaḥ the mind and the sensesSB 4.23.8
ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ the six enemies (the mind and five senses)SB 5.1.19
jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind)SB 5.11.15
ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin)SB 5.14.1
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mindSB 6.1.52
ṣaṭ-varga the six elements, namely the five working senses and the mindSB 7.15.28
ṣaṭ-vargam the six senses, including the mindSB 9.19.24
ṣaṭ-vargam the six senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch, taste and the mind)SB 11.18.23
ṣaṭ-vargaḥ the six enemies of the mind (lust, anger, greed, bewilderment, intoxication and envy)SB 11.26.24
ṣaṭ-vargam the five senses and the mindSB 12.3.3-4
śuddha-sattvānām whose minds are purifiedSB 6.14.2
sattve unto the mind or unto the LordSB 3.25.32
saubhagam that which pleases the mind and sensesSB 11.16.40
śaucam purity of mind without attachment or repulsionSB 11.18.43
ātma-śaucena with purity of mind and bodySB 3.23.2
saumanasyam pleasing to the mindSB 4.12.45
hṛt-śayena lusty desires within the mind of RāvaṇaSB 9.10.10
sevana engaging the mind constantly in the service of the LordSB 1.16.16
karāya smaraṇa was remindingCC Antya 8.29
smaraṇāya just to remind youSB 10.3.44
smarasi are you mindful ofSB 5.2.14
smārayām āsa He reminded aboutSB 10.23.45
smārayantaḥ ca and remindingSB 11.3.31
smārayanti they remindSB 10.47.50
smārayantyaḥ ca and remindingCC Madhya 25.140
smāritāḥ remindedSB 10.43.21-22
sneha-yantrita-cetasā his mind being controlled by such affectionSB 9.7.15
ṣoḍaśa-ātmā the chief of the sixteen material elements (the five gross elements, the ten senses and the mind)SB 5.11.5
ṣoḍaśa-kalāya whose parts are the sixteen original ingredients of creation (namely the five objects of the senses and the eleven senses, including the mind)SB 5.18.18
ṣoḍaśa-kalam made of sixteen parts (namely the ten senses, the mind and the five sense objects)SB 6.1.51
ṣoḍaśa-are with sixteen spokes (the five material elements, the ten senses, and the leader of the senses, namely the mind)SB 7.9.22
ṣoḍaśena by these fifteen items and the mindSB 6.1.50
samyak-śraddhayā by faith consisting of complete control of the senses and the mindSB 5.10.15
śrī-sanandanaḥ Śrī Sanandana (the exalted mind-born son of Brahmā who was chosen to reply to the sages' inquiry)SB 10.87.12-13
stabdhaḥ being dull-mindedSB 8.22.24
kūṭa-sthaḥ with concentration of the mindSB 2.2.34
sthira nahe mana the mind is not steadyCC Antya 19.65
mana nahe sthira the mind is not steadyCC Antya 20.61
sthita-dhīḥ whose mind is steadyBG 2.56
su-manasaḥ good minded, Vaikuṇṭha mindedSB 3.15.19
su-samāhitāḥ with concentrated mindsSB 8.4.17-24
su-samāhitāḥ fixing our mindsSB 11.30.7
su-manasām of the most liberal-mindedCC Madhya 15.110
ati-śuddha-matiḥ whose completely pure consciousness (full realization that the body and mind are separate from the soul)SB 5.15.7
śuddha-sattvānām whose minds are purifiedSB 6.14.2
śuddha-bhāvena in a pure state of mindSB 8.16.59
śuddha-bhāve in a purified state of mindCC Adi 3.101
sudurmanāḥ very much aggrieved in mindSB 4.13.29
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realizationCC Madhya 24.48
manaḥ-sukham temporary happiness created by the mindSB 9.18.51
sahṛdaya-sumanobhiḥ by those who are friendly and whose minds are very cleanCC Madhya 25.283
sunirviṇṇa-manasaḥ their minds being very disappointedSB 8.7.7
sutaḥ a son (born of Lord Brahmā's mind)SB 6.14.27
sva-carama-kalevare in the body, which is moved by the subtle elements (mind, intelligence and ego)SB 5.10.6
sva-jana-manāṃsi the minds of His devoteesSB 5.25.10
sva-manasi in his mindSB 6.9.39
sva-mayā-mohita-ātmanām of those whose minds have been bewildered by His illusory potencySB 10.23.51
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realizationCC Madhya 24.48
svabhāvam which is symptomized by a steady mindSB 5.19.15
svarūpa-ādi-mane in the minds of Svarūpa Dāmodara and other attendantsCC Antya 13.88
svasti nāhi mane no peace of mindCC Antya 12.6
daurmana-syam depressed state of mindSB 10.54.11
tam that mindSB 11.23.47
tāńra mana his mindCC Madhya 16.71
tāńra mana his mindCC Madhya 17.123
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 3.225
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 5.96
tāńra mana his mindCC Antya 13.126
kibā tāńra mana what is in His mindCC Antya 19.27
tanu-manera of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 2.64
tanu-mana body and mindCC Madhya 2.76
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ by the body, words and mindCC Madhya 8.67
janma-tanu-mana their births, bodies and mindsCC Madhya 21.114
utphullita tanu-mane the body and mind become jubilantCC Madhya 25.278
tanu-mana the minds and bodiesCC Antya 19.96
tanu-mana body and mindCC Antya 20.48
citta-tanvoḥ in both mind and bodySB 3.15.43
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 17.142
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and bodyCC Madhya 24.45
citta-tanvoḥ in both the mind and bodyCC Madhya 24.115
citta-tanvoḥ of the mind and the bodyCC Madhya 25.158
manaḥ-tāpa burning of the mindCC Antya 15.13
manasaḥ tasya from the mind of Lord BrahmāSB 9.1.10
tat-ātmānaḥ those whose minds are always in the SupremeBG 5.17
tat of the mindSB 4.29.16
tat that mindSB 5.6.5
tat that mindSB 5.8.29
tat-sāmyatām the same condition of agitation as the mindSB 7.2.24
tat-gata-antara-bhāvena his mind saturated with devotional serviceSB 9.4.31-32
tat-matam his mindSB 9.15.7
tat-manaskāḥ their minds being absorbed in HimSB 10.16.13-15
tat-manaskāḥ their minds filled with thoughts of HimSB 10.30.43
tat-manaskāḥ their minds absorbed in HimSB 10.35.26
tat that (mind)SB 10.47.32
tat the mindSB 11.15.21
tat that mindSB 11.22.37
tat-cittaḥ with mind absorbed in HimSB 12.11.26
tena by that strength of the mind, senses and life airSB 11.18.34
tomāra mane (is) in Your mindCC Adi 17.152
tomāra citte in your mindCC Madhya 1.179
tomāra mane in Your mindCC Madhya 8.133
tomāra mane is in Your mindCC Madhya 11.177
tomāra mana Your mindCC Madhya 13.147
tomāra mana Your mindCC Madhya 23.122
tomāra hṛdaya Your mindCC Antya 1.115
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 3.121
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 7.162
tomāra mana your mindCC Antya 12.74
tri in three ways (by his mind, body, and words)NBS 81
tuṣṭa-ātmā having a satisfied mindSB 11.7.10
ubhayam both (the mind and sense objects)SB 11.13.26
udāra-dhīḥ liberal-mindedSB 4.13.37
udāra-dhīḥ very broad-mindedSB 6.7.40
uddiśya having in mindSB 10.22.27
udvejita-manasām whose minds are agitatedSB 5.18.15
udvigna-manāḥ disturbed in mindSB 1.7.18
udvigna-manāḥ his mind full of anxietySB 5.8.15
udvigna-manasaḥ with agitated mindsSB 10.4.32
udvijamānaḥ whose mind was full of anxietiesSB 5.24.3
ullasita mana the mind became very pleasedCC Madhya 18.160
autkaṇṭhya-unmathita-āśayaḥ having an anxious and agitated mindSB 3.22.24
unmathita-ātmānaḥ whose minds have become dullSB 4.2.25
unnaddha-cetasaḥ whose mind is unrestrainedSB 6.18.26
manaḥ-unnayanau very agitating to the mindSB 5.2.12
upādhyāyera mana the mind of UpādhyāyaCC Madhya 19.94
upalambhakam reminding oneSB 6.2.11
uparakta-manasā due to the mind's being influencedSB 5.14.5
uparata-ātmānaḥ who have control over the mind and sensesSB 5.14.39
upārata-dhīḥ his mind and intelligence were fixedSB 6.2.42
upasādita placed (in my mind)SB 3.31.21
upaśama completely peaceful, in control of the senses and mindSB 5.4.1
upaśamāyanam which gives full satisfaction to the mindSB 5.4.11-12
urukrama-ātmanaḥ of he (Prahlāda Mahārāja) whose mind is always engaged upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who always acts uncommonlySB 7.11.1
utkaṇṭhā-antara with great eagerness in the mindCC Antya 2.38
utkaṇṭhā agitation of the mindCC Antya 16.134
utkaṇṭhāte in agitation of the mindCC Antya 16.141
utphullita tanu-mane the body and mind become jubilantCC Madhya 25.278
manaḥ-netra-utsava festival of the mind and eyesCC Madhya 2.75
manaḥ-mahā-utsavāḥ a sense of joyful ceremony within the mindSB 1.11.31
manaḥ-vacasā by mind and wordsSB 7.9.48
vaiṣṇava-mane in the minds of all the VaiṣṇavasCC Madhya 16.34
vaiṣṇava-mane in the minds of all the VaiṣṇavasCC Madhya 16.36
vāk-yataḥ controlling the mind and wordsSB 6.17.41
manaḥ-vāk by her mind and wordsSB 9.18.47
vāk-manasī the speech and mindSB 11.16.43
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ by the functions of one's mind, words and bodySB 11.29.19
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ by the body, words and mindCC Madhya 8.67
vāk-manaḥ-gamya within the reach of words and mindCC Madhya 21.26
manaḥ-vakṣa the minds and breastsCC Antya 15.74
kāya-manaḥ-vākye by His body, mind and wordsCC Adi 6.92
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with My body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 12.50
kāya-mano-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Madhya 16.107
manaḥ-vākye by mind or by wordsCC Madhya 22.120
kāya-manaḥ-vākye with body, mind and wordsCC Antya 6.173
atirajaḥ-vala-matiḥ whose mind is overcome by lustSB 5.14.9
vallabha-bhaṭṭera mana in the mind of Vallabha BhaṭṭaCC Madhya 19.64
ātma-vān who has controlled his mind and realized his selfSB 5.18.10
āmāra manaḥ-vāñchā the desire of My mindCC Madhya 13.131
manaḥ-nayana-vardhanam very pleasing to the eyes and the mindSB 4.8.49
ṣaṭ-varga the six elements, namely the five working senses and the mindSB 7.15.28
ṣaṭ-vargaḥ the mind and the sensesSB 4.23.8
ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mindSB 6.1.52
ṣaṭ-vargaḥ the six enemies of the mind (lust, anger, greed, bewilderment, intoxication and envy)SB 11.26.24
ṣaṭ-vargam the six senses, including the mindSB 9.19.24
ṣaṭ-vargam the six senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch, taste and the mind)SB 11.18.23
ṣaṭ-vargam the five senses and the mindSB 12.3.3-4
ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin)SB 5.14.1
dīna-vatsalāḥ and are very kind to poor, cripple-minded personsSB 10.4.23
manaḥ-vege at the speed of mindCC Antya 18.34
vicārilā mane considered within his mindCC Antya 6.42
vidyānidhira mana the mind of VidyānidhiCC Madhya 16.79
vihvala-ātmā whose mind was agitatedSB 8.12.22
vihvalaḥ disturbed in mindSB 9.14.32
citta-vijaye conquering the mindSB 7.15.30
vijñānam (the mind, whose symptom is) full knowledgeSB 11.28.20
vijñapti opening the mindCC Madhya 22.122
vijñāpya reminding him aboutSB 9.9.37
vikāra-vit knowing the restless mindSB 10.10.30-31
vikāraḥ the sixteen elements (earth, water, fire, air and sky, the five working senses, the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind)SB 11.16.37
vikāraḥ (the material body and mind, which are subject to) constant transformationSB 11.19.7
vikāraiḥ agitated by the mindSB 10.10.32
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
mati-vimoham bewilderment of the mindSB 2.7.37
sammoha-vimūḍha-cetāḥ whose mind was stupefiedSB 3.22.17
vinirdhūta the dirty things accumulated in the mind were completely washed awaySB 10.3.33
baḍa-viprera mane within the mind of the elderly brāhmaṇaCC Madhya 5.79
viśada-āśayāḥ broad-mindedSB 4.29.39-40
viṣakta-mati whose mind was too much attractedSB 5.8.13
viṣaṇṇa-manasaḥ aggrieved in mindSB 8.8.36
viṣaṇṇa-antara morose mindCC Antya 12.4
vismaya haila mana there was astonishment in his mindCC Madhya 7.142
vismita-dhiyaḥ whose minds were struck with wonderSB 6.3.34
viṣūcīna by the mindSB 4.25.55
viśuddha-cetasaḥ of one whose mind is purifiedSB 1.5.25
viśuddha-bhāvena with a pure, uncontaminated mindSB 5.3.2
vikāra-vit knowing the restless mindSB 10.10.30-31
vitṛṣṇā dirty things within the mind that make us uninterested in Kṛṣṇa consciousnessSB 10.7.1-2
vivikta-cetāḥ one whose mind is detached from worldly affairsSB 1.19.12
vivikte in clear mindSB 3.5.41
vriyatām asked you to open your mindsSB 10.3.36
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ by the functions of one's mind, words and bodySB 11.29.19
dhī-vṛttiḥ the functioning of his mindSB 12.10.9
vyagra-hṛdayā whose mind was agitatedSB 5.8.4
vyākṣipta-manasām for those whose minds are bewilderedSB 11.21.33-34
mane vyathā pain in his mindCC Antya 9.94
vyathita-hṛdayena by a disturbed mindSB 5.14.21
yama controlling the senses and the mindCC Madhya 22.145
yāńra mane in someone's mindCC Madhya 2.51
yāńra mana whose mindCC Antya 6.39
sneha-yantrita-cetasā his mind being controlled by such affectionSB 9.7.15
yat which mindSB 3.26.28
yat etat that very mindSB 11.9.12
yata-cetasām who have full control over the mindBG 5.26
yata-citta-ātmā always careful in mindBG 6.10
yata-citta controlling the mindBG 6.11-12
yata-cittasya whose mind is controlledBG 6.19
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
yata-ātmā having controlled the senses and mindCC Madhya 23.107
vāk-yataḥ controlling the mind and wordsSB 6.17.41
yavana-mana the mind of the meat-eaterCC Madhya 20.14
ye āchila mane whatever there was in mindCC Madhya 3.107
yebā mane what was in my mindCC Antya 4.137
yena by which (mind)SB 10.47.32
yoga concentration of the mindSB 3.20.53
ātma-yoga by fixing the mindSB 3.23.7
yogaḥ concentration of mindSB 2.5.16
yogam the process of fixing the mind in the Absolute TruthSB 11.13.15
yogena by concentration of the mind in devotionSB 3.20.52
samādhi-yogena by absorption of the mind in the service of the LordSB 5.18.17
yukta-cetasaḥ their minds engaged in MeBG 7.30
yukta-ātmā having the mind firmly set onBG 9.28
yukta-ātmani on he whose mind was engaged (Prahlāda)SB 7.5.41
citta-yuktam along with consciousness (implying not only conditioned consciousness together with the object of that consciousness and the presiding Deity Vāsudeva, but also the mind together with the object of thought and the moon-god Candra, intelligence with the object of intelligence and Lord Brahmā, and false ego together with the identification of false ego and Lord Rudra)SB 11.22.32
yuktasya who has steadied the mindSB 11.15.1
 

anavasthita

unstable, instability; anavasthitacitta unstable mind.

antaḥkaraṇa

mind; seat of thought and feeling; inner organ.

aṇutva

tiny, characteristic of mind; atomicity.

bhūtonmāda

exogenous psychosis; abnormal condition of the mind due to external factors.

buddhirvaiśeṣika

kind of ālocakapitta located in mind; first described by Bhela.

citta,cit

consciousness; reason; mind; storage of impressions.

dhāraṇa

attention; concentration; holding in memory; stability of mind.

dhyāna

meditation; mindfulness; attention.

ekatva

unity; charecterstic of mind.

indriyāntarasañcāra

(indriya.antara.sancāra) shifting of mind from one sensory organ to the other.

jitātma

having control on the mind; person with self-control.

kośa

sheaths inside the body, namely the sheath of knowledge (jnānamaya), the sheath of bliss (ānadamaya), the sheath of vitality (prāṇamaya), the sheath of mind (manomaya) and the sheath of food (annamaya) explained in the Taittareya upaniṣad.

manas

mind; sensory and processing mind.

manojava

speed of the mind.

manolaya

disintegration of mind.

satva

1. purity or pure state of mind; mental strength, one of the psychic humors; 2. extract prepared from a mineral substance. 3. sun-dried paste prepared from a cold infusion which is set in the sun until all the moisture evaporates and the concentrate becomes solid.

śauca

purification, purity of mind.

svanigraha

self-control, one of the traits of mind/manas.

tatvasmṛti

mindfulness of reality.

ubhayendriya

dual organ, mind (manas) that can act as both sensory and motor organ.

upadhā

a character of mind, thirst, desire, imposition, forgery, fraud.

viśva

universe; every; whole; viśvakarma accomplish everything; a quality of mind.

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mind

indhanam, idhmam, samit, samindhanam, edhaḥ   

tad dāhyavastu yasmāt urjā prāpyate।

kānicana khanijāni indhana iti rūpeṇa upayujyante।

mind

prajval, pradīp, samindh, sandhukṣ, saṃdhukṣ, pradah, pratap   

bhasmānukūlaḥ ārambhikaḥ vyāpāraḥ।

cullyām agniḥ prajvalati।

mind

indhanam, edham, idhmam, samindhanam   

havanakuṇḍe agnisandīpanārthe upayuktaṃ kāṣṭham।

havanārthe rāmaḥ indhanam cinoti।

mind

dah, jvalaya, dīpaya, upatāpaya, sandhukṣaya, saṃdhukṣaya, samindh   

bhasmīkaraṇānukūlaḥ vyāpāraḥ।

śatrutvāt maṅgalaḥ pratiniveśinaḥ gṛham adahat।

mind

prajvalaya, dīpaya, uddīpaya, samindhaya, sandhukṣaya, saṃdhukṣaya   

agnisamparkahetukaḥ prajvalanapreraṇānukūlaḥ vyāpāraḥ।

annaṃ paktuṃ mālatī cullīṃ prajvalayati।

mind

samindhanaḥ   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

samindhanasya ullekhaḥ kośe vartate

mind

nimindharaḥ   

ekaḥ rājaputraḥ ।

nimindharasya ullekhaḥ koṣe asti

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