artha

artha gain; BG 2.5
artha purpose; BG 3.18
artha-arthī one who desires material gain; BG 7.16
artha for the object; BG 13.8-12
artha of wealth; BG 16.11-12
atattva-artha-vat without knowledge of reality; BG 18.22
sarva-artha including all sequences; SB 1.5.3
artha economic development; SB 1.9.28
artha importance; SB 1.15.27
artha economic development; SB 1.18.45
artha economic; SB 2.1.3
artha meaning; SB 2.9.1
sva-artha own interest; SB 2.9.40
alpa-artha small (unimportant) purpose; SB 3.1.4
artha purpose; SB 3.3.28
sva-bhṛtya-artha-kṛtaḥ for the interest of their servants; SB 3.4.25
artha the phenomenon; SB 3.5.30
artha-abhāvam without substance; SB 3.7.18
artha interest; SB 3.7.23
artha economic development; SB 3.7.32
artha subject; SB 3.8.13
indriya-artha for sense gratification; SB 3.9.9
kriyā-arthā for fruitive activities; SB 3.9.9
āhata-artha frustrated; SB 3.9.10
puruṣa-artha goal of life; SB 3.13.50
artha import; SB 3.16.14
artha material facility; SB 3.16.20
artha-racanāḥ material achievements; SB 3.23.8
indriya-artha sense gratification; SB 3.23.53
artha-āśrayatvam that which conveys the meaning of an object; SB 3.26.33
yāvat-artha as much as necessary; SB 3.28.4
artha the purpose; SB 3.29.31
artha-jñāt than one who knows the purpose of the Vedas; SB 3.29.32
artha wealth; SB 3.29.33
artha objects of senses; SB 3.31.14
artha economic development; SB 3.32.5
artha the objects of the senses; SB 3.32.9
artha-rūpeṇa in the form of various objects; SB 3.32.28
artha the sense objects; SB 3.33.2
dharma-artha-dugha benefit derived from religion and economic development; SB 4.6.44
pada-artha knowledge; SB 4.7.31
artha-āgamam purposeful; SB 4.8.24
dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation; SB 4.8.41
puruṣa-artha of the real goal of life; SB 4.9.17
artha-vit being very wise; SB 4.9.28
artha of your interest; SB 4.19.28
artha-vat vacaḥ the prayers, which were full of meaning; SB 4.20.34
avasita-artha fully convinced of one's interest; SB 4.21.33
artha interest; SB 4.21.34
artha the real purpose of the Vedas; SB 4.21.42
indriya-artha sense gratification as the ultimate goal of life; SB 4.22.13
artha-vedinām persons who understand only sense gratification; SB 4.22.13
artha riches; SB 4.22.23
sva-artha interest; SB 4.22.32
artha riches; SB 4.22.33
indriya-artha for the satisfaction of the senses; SB 4.22.33
sarva-artha four kinds of achievements; SB 4.22.33
artha economic development; SB 4.22.34
artha economic development; SB 4.23.35
artha-vat with clear meaning; SB 4.24.16
artha meaning; SB 4.24.40
artha interest; SB 4.24.59
artha the goal of life; SB 4.25.6
artha economic development; SB 4.25.39
indriya-artha sense objects; SB 4.29.18-20
artha-bhūtasya having his real interest; SB 4.29.36-37
artha-kāśiṣu in the glittering fruitive result; SB 4.29.47
artha-dṛṣṭim considering to be the aim of life; SB 4.29.47
artha sense objects; SB 4.29.70
puruṣa-artha of the ultimate goal of life; SB 4.30.21
artha for the purpose of; SB 4.31.7
parama-artha transcendental subject matter; SB 5.1.6
artha by material opulence; SB 5.1.12
abhipreta-artha the desire; SB 5.3.2
puruṣa-artha the goals of life; SB 5.3.8
artha-pratyayaḥ regarding as the ultimate goal of life; SB 5.3.13
artha-dhiyām who aspire to fulfill material desires; SB 5.3.15
artha economic development; SB 5.4.14
artha with desirable opulences; SB 5.5.35
artha-niyāma-katayā due to being the controller of the objects; SB 5.7.6
artha-paraḥ intent upon gaining wealth; SB 5.13.1
artha-paraḥ who is very attached to money; SB 5.14.1
ubhaya-artha-śūnya which cannot give happiness either in this life or in the next; SB 5.14.12
priya-artha-vidhuram without any beneficial object; SB 5.14.15
sva-jana-artha-dārān relatives, riches and a beautiful wife; SB 5.14.44
parama-artha-lakṣaṇena with spiritual symptoms; SB 5.15.7
artha-ātma-gatayaḥ all other means of perfection (namely religion, economic development, sense gratification and liberation); SB 5.17.3
artha-svarūpam this entire visible cosmic manifestation; SB 5.18.31
artha-daḥ the bestower of benedictions; SB 5.19.27
artha-vyaya-nāśa-cintayā by the thought of expenditure and loss; SB 5.26.36
artha on values; SB 6.2.38
sva-artha-kuśalāḥ who are expert in the interest of life; SB 6.9.39
artha-viśeṣaḥ special necessity; SB 6.9.42
sva-artha-paraḥ interested only in sense gratification in this life or the next; SB 6.10.6
arthā for money; SB 6.11.19
artha object; SB 6.15.26
artha value; SB 6.17.28
artha-bhedaḥ differentiation of value; SB 6.17.30
artha-vat meaningful; SB 6.18.22
artha-indriya-ārāmaḥ too attached to material enjoyment; SB 6.18.39
artha-buddhiḥ being self-interested; SB 6.18.71
sva-artha in their own interest; SB 6.18.74
artha as a fact; SB 7.2.48
artha riches; SB 7.4.31-32
sva-artha-gatim the ultimate goal of life, or their own real interest; SB 7.5.31
artha-māninaḥ considering as valuable; SB 7.5.31
artha-dam full of meaning; SB 7.6.1
artha-tṛṣṇām a strong desire to acquire money; SB 7.6.10
artha economic development; SB 7.6.26
artha-padavīm the path of my object; SB 7.7.9
artha economic development; SB 7.7.39
artha-sańkāśaiḥ appearing as if needed; SB 7.7.45
artha wealth; SB 7.9.10
indriya-artha in sense gratification; SB 7.9.43
para-artha-niṣṭhāḥ interested in working for others by giving them the benefit of the Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement, by enlightening them with Kṛṣṇa consciousness; SB 7.9.44
artha-kṛt required; SB 7.12.9
artha-dṛk self-interested; SB 7.13.29
prāṇa-artha-vat for one who has life or money; SB 7.13.33
artha-vibhrame the root of all acceptance and rejection; SB 7.13.43
artha-dā beneficial; SB 7.14.40
artha-īhayā with a desire for accumulating wealth; SB 7.15.16
artha accumulation of wealth; SB 7.15.22
artha reality; SB 7.15.58
sva-artha-kāmayoḥ of one's ultimate goal and benefit; SB 7.15.65
dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation; SB 8.3.19
artha the objects of the senses; SB 8.5.27
kārya-artha-gaurave in the matter of an important duty; SB 8.6.20
artha objective; SB 8.9.28
artha-nivedanena by giving them everything; SB 8.15.3
artha-anudarśinā whose instructions were quite befitting; SB 8.15.32
yāvat-artha as much as one needs; SB 8.19.17
artha-kāmayoḥ for the sake of lusty desires and getting more and more money; SB 8.19.25
artha with the sense objects; SB 8.20.22
artha-kṛt which can give us success; SB 8.21.19
artha-kṛcchrāt because of poverty, or scarcity of money; SB 8.22.3
prapanna-bhakta-artha-vidhau in the regulative principles observed by pure devotees; SB 8.23.2
artha-dīpaiḥ by the light of purposeful instruction; SB 8.24.53
artha-bhāvaḥ matters of self-interest; SB 9.6.52
akṛta-artha-vat being unsatisfied, poor and hungry; SB 9.9.26-27
artha-daḥ beneficial; SB 9.9.28
sarva-artha-vadhaḥ killing all beneficial opportunities; SB 9.9.28
artha-tantraḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is always determined to protect the sādhus and kill the asādhus; SB 10.2.21
sva-artha-unmūlita uprooted because of intense selfishness; SB 10.4.8
artha-pradīpam is the light required for seeing in darkness; SB 10.8.30
vyākhyāta-arthā and while complaining against Him before mother Yaśodā; SB 10.8.31
deśa-kāla-artha-tattva-jñaḥ very experienced according to time, place and circumstances; SB 10.11.22
artha-vāṇī the aim of life, the aim of profit; SB 10.13.2
artha wealth; SB 10.14.35
artha wealth; SB 10.16.10
artha the purport; SB 10.20.43
para-artha for the benefit of others; SB 10.22.31-32
sva-artha their own true benefit; SB 10.23.26
sva-artha about their own true benefit; SB 10.23.45
tat-artha for His sake; SB 10.29.30
artha for the sake; SB 10.30.9
sva-artha for their own sake; SB 10.32.17
sva-artha of their own benefit; SB 10.32.17
artha for the sake; SB 10.32.21
artha of personal interest and advantage; SB 10.36.27
artha desired benefits; SB 10.38.22
artha wealth; SB 10.40.24
artha goals of life; SB 10.45.5
artha of the purpose; SB 10.46.48
artha for some motivation; SB 10.47.6
artha (as one is fulfilling his) motive; SB 10.47.6
artha the purpose of his life; SB 10.49.24
artha having meanings; SB 10.50.32-33
artha of the fulfillment of desires; SB 10.52.37
artha after wealth; SB 10.56.12
artha his (Indra's) purpose; SB 10.59.41
artha and wealth; SB 10.60.20
artha of the goals; SB 10.60.38
artha her best interest; SB 10.60.42
indriya-artha of sense objects; SB 10.63.42
artha interest; SB 10.64.18
artha economic development; SB 10.69.29
artha with items of utility for economic development; SB 10.69.43
artha the value; SB 10.70.46
artha-vat sensible; SB 10.79.28
artha economic success; SB 10.80.11
artha of their true welfare; SB 10.80.33
artha assets; SB 10.80.41
artha the purposes; SB 10.82.41
artha purpose; SB 10.86.4
artha-dṛśam spiritual vision; SB 10.86.21
artha economic development; SB 10.90.28
artha-śaṃsinaḥ engaged in explaining the Absolute Truth; SB 11.2.20-21
artha-uktam expressed indirectly; SB 11.3.36
artha sense objects; SB 11.3.37
rocana-arthā for the purpose of giving encouragement; SB 11.3.46
artha supreme value; SB 11.7.17
artha economic development; SB 11.7.27
artha for the sake; SB 11.7.38
para-artha the benefit of others; SB 11.7.38
artha wealth; SB 11.8.15
artha-kāmukī desiring money; SB 11.8.24
artha-tṛṣaḥ from the greedy; SB 11.8.32
artha money; SB 11.9.26
artha-dam which awards great value; SB 11.9.29
artha-jijñāsuḥ desiring knowledge of the Absolute Truth; SB 11.10.6
artha of that which is really valuable; SB 11.13.29
artha values; SB 11.13.30
artha of money; SB 11.17.18
artha of wealth; SB 11.19.20-24
para-artha-īha acting and desiring for the Supreme; SB 11.19.33-35
artha of the goal of life; SB 11.20.14
sva-artha of self-interest; SB 11.21.6
artha regarding; SB 11.21.16
sva-artha from the goals of life; SB 11.21.21
artha of sense objects; SB 11.22.16
artha-niṣṭhaḥ having as its focus of discussion; SB 11.22.34
artha for wealth; SB 11.23.14
artha-mūlāḥ based on wealth; SB 11.23.18-19
artha-ākhyam wealth, spoken of as if desirable; SB 11.23.18-19
artha for wealth; SB 11.23.25
artha-īhayā in the pursuit of wealth; SB 11.23.26
artha-vit one who knows what is best for him; SB 11.26.22
nānā-artha in terms of material varieties; SB 11.28.3
artha ideas; SB 11.28.5
artha their objects; SB 11.28.22
artha the objects of sense perception; SB 11.28.24
artha-vādaḥ the imaginative interpretation; SB 11.28.37
sarva-artha of all perfections; SB 11.29.5
artha and the objects of perception; SB 12.4.23
artha goals; SB 12.6.42
artha-kriyā-ātmatām the essence of purposeful activity; SB 12.11.16
artha by the external objects of perception; SB 12.11.22
artha of the meaning; CC Adi 1.30
artha economic development; CC Adi 1.90
artha meaning; CC Adi 1.104
sāra-artha essential meaning; CC Adi 1.105
artha the meaning; CC Adi 2.4
artha the meaning; CC Adi 2.7
artha meaning; CC Adi 2.60
artha meaning; CC Adi 2.60
artha meaning; CC Adi 2.72
artha a meaning; CC Adi 2.73
viruddha-artha contrary meaning; CC Adi 2.87
pada-artha categories; CC Adi 2.93
artha the meaning; CC Adi 2.93
artha meaning; CC Adi 3.3
artha meaning; CC Adi 3.3
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.33
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.55
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.67
parama-artha-vidām of those who know the highest goal; CC Adi 3.87
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.105-106
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.112
artha the meaning; CC Adi 3.113
artha the meaning; CC Adi 4.3
artha the meaning; CC Adi 4.3
artha the meaning; CC Adi 4.4
artha the meaning; CC Adi 4.4
artha the meaning; CC Adi 4.5
artha meaning; CC Adi 4.54
artha meaning; CC Adi 4.94
artha meaning; CC Adi 4.99-100
artha meaning; CC Adi 4.101
mat-artha for Me; CC Adi 4.176
sva-sukha-artha for the purpose of one's own pleasure; CC Adi 4.204
artha meaning; CC Adi 4.229
artha the meanings; CC Adi 4.274
artha the meaning; CC Adi 5.12
artha the meaning; CC Adi 5.49
gītāra artha the meaning of the Bhagavad-gītā; CC Adi 5.90
artha-vivaraṇa description of the meaning; CC Adi 5.92
artha meaning; CC Adi 5.92
artha meaning; CC Adi 5.108
artha meaning; CC Adi 5.108
artha interest; CC Adi 7.1
puruṣa-artha achievement of the goal of life; CC Adi 7.84
puruṣa-artha achievements; CC Adi 7.84
puruṣa-artha goal of life; CC Adi 7.85
kṛta-artha very much obliged; CC Adi 7.91
artha meaning; CC Adi 7.108
gauṇa-artha indirect meaning; CC Adi 7.110
artha meaning; CC Adi 7.110
sahaja-artha the clear, simple meaning; CC Adi 7.133
gauṇa-artha indirect meaning; CC Adi 7.133
artha meaning; CC Adi 7.135
artha meaning; CC Adi 7.136
mukhya-artha direct meaning; CC Adi 7.137
puruṣa-artha goal of life; CC Adi 7.144
artha purport; CC Adi 7.146
bhakti-artha the bhakti interpretation; CC Adi 10.77
artha meaning; CC Adi 16.38
artha the meaning; CC Adi 16.39
artha explanation; CC Adi 16.42
artha explanation; CC Adi 16.45
artha meaning; CC Adi 16.57
śabda-artha the word's intended meaning; CC Adi 16.59
artha meaning; CC Adi 16.60
artha-alańkāra ornaments of meaning; CC Adi 16.72
artha-alańkāra ornamental use of the meaning; CC Adi 16.78
artha-alańkāra ornamental use of meaning; CC Adi 16.78
artha meaning; CC Adi 16.86
artha explanations; CC Adi 16.92
artha of the meaning; CC Adi 17.20
artha-vāda interpretation; CC Adi 17.72
artha meaning; CC Adi 17.151
yathā-artha as it is true; CC Adi 17.172
artha the meaning; CC Adi 17.311
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 1.57
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 1.59
artha giving the meaning; CC Madhya 1.60
sańkṣepa-artha a brief explanation; CC Madhya 1.77
gūḍha-artha confidential meaning; CC Madhya 1.83
artha import; CC Madhya 1.263
kṛta-artha favor; CC Madhya 1.274
kṛta-artha successful; CC Madhya 3.15
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.127
sūtrera artha the meaning of the sūtras; CC Madhya 6.130
sūtrera artha meanings of the sūtras; CC Madhya 6.131
artha the meanings; CC Madhya 6.131
artha of meanings; CC Madhya 6.132
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.133
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.133
mukhya-artha direct meaning; CC Madhya 6.134
gauṇa-artha indirect meaning; CC Madhya 6.134
mukhya-artha chief meaning; CC Madhya 6.135
artha the meanings; CC Madhya 6.138
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.148
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.148
puruṣa-artha human interest; CC Madhya 6.184
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 6.187
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.188
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.188
artha meanings; CC Madhya 6.190
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.192
nava artha of the nine different types of explanations; CC Madhya 6.193
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 6.194
artha meanings; CC Madhya 6.195
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.198
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 6.243
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.271
pada-artha subject matter; CC Madhya 6.272
artha meaning; CC Madhya 6.274
artha the meanings; CC Madhya 8.108
kṛta-artha very successful; CC Madhya 9.80
artha meaning; CC Madhya 9.97
śabda-artha the meaning of the words; CC Madhya 9.98
artha-sāra the real purport; CC Madhya 9.102
kṛta-artha successful; CC Madhya 9.161
pañcama puruṣa-artha the fifth platform of perfection of life; CC Madhya 9.261
artha riches; CC Madhya 9.269
artha value; CC Madhya 9.270
parama-artha thākuka what to speak of spiritual advancement; CC Madhya 12.24
kṛta-artha ha-ilāńa have become very much obligated; CC Madhya 12.62
kṛta-artha hailā have become graced; CC Madhya 13.97
artha meaning; CC Madhya 13.122
ei śloka-artha the meaning of this verse; CC Madhya 13.123
bhāva-artha purport; CC Madhya 13.123
artha meaning; CC Madhya 13.133
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 13.134
artha of meaning; CC Madhya 13.134
artha meaning; CC Madhya 13.135
artha meanings; CC Madhya 13.161
artha money; CC Madhya 16.219
puruṣa-artha interest of the living being; CC Madhya 19.164
puruṣa-artha the different types of human interests; CC Madhya 19.164
tulya-artha results as equal; CC Madhya 19.216
artha material gain; CC Madhya 20.8
artha wealth; CC Madhya 20.59
puruṣa-artha-śiromaṇi the topmost interest of the living entity; CC Madhya 20.125
pālana-artha for maintenance; CC Madhya 20.314
artha-abhijñatā having full knowledge of past, present and future; CC Madhya 20.361
hīna-artha of the necessities of the conditioned souls, who are poor in spiritual knowledge; CC Madhya 21.1
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 21.32
artha meaning; CC Madhya 21.38
ei artha this explanation; CC Madhya 21.42
artha meaning; CC Madhya 21.42
artha a meaning; CC Madhya 21.90
artha kari' explaining the meaning; CC Madhya 21.122
artha-daḥ giving desired things; CC Madhya 22.40
indriya-artha the objects of the senses; CC Madhya 23.24
hīna-artha-adhika-sādhake who bestows greater benedictions upon one who is fallen and possesses no good qualities; CC Madhya 23.29
pañcama-puruṣa-artha the fifth and ultimate goal of life; CC Madhya 23.101
artha-aṃśūn the shining rays of different meanings; CC Madhya 24.1
āṭhāra artha eighteen meanings; CC Madhya 24.4
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.9
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.10
artha-prāpti attainment of meanings; CC Madhya 24.11
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 24.14
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.14
artha of the meaning; CC Madhya 24.23
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.30
bhinna artha different meanings; CC Madhya 24.35
artha the meaning or import; CC Madhya 24.36
guṇa śabdera artha the meaning of the word guṇa; CC Madhya 24.41
akhila-artha-lābham the achievement of all kinds of gains; CC Madhya 24.52
nānā-artha different imports; CC Madhya 24.59
cāri puruṣa-artha the four kinds of so-called goals of life; CC Madhya 24.64
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.65
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.65
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.66
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.68
artha-nirṇaya demonstration of import; CC Madhya 24.70
śloka-artha the total meaning of the verse; CC Madhya 24.70
śabdera artha the meaning of the word; CC Madhya 24.71
artha-arthī one in need of money; CC Madhya 24.94
artha-arthī desirous of money; CC Madhya 24.95
artha-daḥ giving desired things; CC Madhya 24.103
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.105
mūla-artha the real meaning; CC Madhya 24.106
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.145
itara-itara artha different and separate meanings; CC Madhya 24.148
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.148
ei sāta artha these seven different meanings; CC Madhya 24.153
artha the meaning; CC Madhya 24.162
artha haya there are the meanings; CC Madhya 24.162
artha import; CC Madhya 24.163
tera artha thirteen imports; CC Madhya 24.163
artha object, goal; CC Madhya 24.181
artha-daḥ giving desired things; CC Madhya 24.199
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.210
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.210
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.211
cāri artha four meanings; CC Madhya 24.211
artha meanings; CC Madhya 24.220
teiśa artha twenty-three different varieties of imports; CC Madhya 24.220
āra tina artha another three imports; CC Madhya 24.220
artha import; CC Madhya 24.221
artha meaning; CC Madhya 24.223
gauṇa artha kaya this is also another, secondary import; CC Madhya 24.224
garhā-artha kaya in the sense of censure; CC Madhya 24.225
āra artha another import; CC Madhya 24.226
tina artha three imports; CC Madhya 24.283
ei dui artha mili' by adding these two imports; CC Madhya 24.283
artha imports; CC Madhya 24.283
artha import; CC Madhya 24.284
dui artha two meanings; CC Madhya 24.284
cāri śabdera artha the meanings of these four words; CC Madhya 24.293
āṭānna artha kaya fifty-eight imports are automatically derived; CC Madhya 24.298
ei artha tāra this is the perfect meaning of the verse; CC Madhya 24.301
ei ūnaṣaṣṭi prakāra artha in this way fifty-nine imports; CC Madhya 24.302
artha import; CC Madhya 24.303
artha imports; CC Madhya 24.306
artha import; CC Madhya 24.306
artha imports; CC Madhya 24.311
sei artha haya that is the only meaning; CC Madhya 24.311
artha imports; CC Madhya 24.312
artha śuni' by hearing the meanings (of the ātmārāma verse); CC Madhya 24.314
artha the import; CC Madhya 24.316
nānā artha kaya there are varieties of imports; CC Madhya 24.318
artha import; CC Madhya 24.323
artha karena He explains; CC Madhya 25.24
mukhya-artha the original meaning; CC Madhya 25.25
mukhya-artha the direct meaning; CC Madhya 25.26
artha meaning; CC Madhya 25.27
sukha-da-artha a meaning that is pleasing to accept; CC Madhya 25.29
artha meaning; CC Madhya 25.42
parama-artha-vicāra discussion on spiritual matters; CC Madhya 25.43
artha the meanings; CC Madhya 25.44
sūtra-artha the meaning of the Brahma-sūtra, or Vedānta philosophy; CC Madhya 25.47
artha meaning; CC Madhya 25.49
mukhya-artha-vivaraṇa description of the direct meaning; CC Madhya 25.89
gambhīra artha very grave meaning; CC Madhya 25.91
tāńra sūtrera artha the meaning of Vyāsadeva's Vedānta-sūtra; CC Madhya 25.92
sūtra-artha the meanings of the sūtras; CC Madhya 25.92
artha meaning; CC Madhya 25.93
artha meaning; CC Madhya 25.94
sei artha that same meaning; CC Madhya 25.94
sei artha the same purpose; CC Madhya 25.96
ei artha this explanation; CC Madhya 25.97
tāra artha the meanings of those Vedic literatures; CC Madhya 25.98
artha of the meaning; CC Madhya 25.142
bhārata-artha-vinirṇayaḥ the ascertainment of the Mahābhārata; CC Madhya 25.143-144
veda-artha-paribṛṃhitaḥ expanded by the meanings of all the Vedas; CC Madhya 25.143-144
artha-sāra the actual meaning; CC Madhya 25.153
ei ślokera artha the meanings of this verse; CC Madhya 25.161
eka-ṣaṣṭi artha sixty-one different meanings of the verse; CC Madhya 25.162
śloka-artha the meaning of the verse; CC Madhya 25.260
grantha-artha-āsvāda understanding of the whole contents of the book; CC Madhya 25.262
sei śloka-artha the meaning of that verse; CC Antya 1.73
ślokera artha the meaning of that verse; CC Antya 1.76
e artha this confidential meaning; CC Antya 1.87
artha praśaṃsi' praising the meaning; CC Antya 1.100
kṛta-artha karilā you have obliged; CC Antya 1.133
artha-gataye to understand the meaning; CC Antya 1.186
nisṛṣṭa-arthā authorized; CC Antya 1.189
kṛta-artha fully satisfied; CC Antya 2.7
kṛta-artha fully satisfied; CC Antya 2.9
gūḍha artha deep meaning; CC Antya 3.48
bāhya artha karibāre to explain the external meanings; CC Antya 3.48
artha meaning; CC Antya 3.182
artha-vivaraṇa the meaning and explanation; CC Antya 3.182
bhakti-artha the real meaning of devotional service; CC Antya 3.216
parama-puruṣa-artha the highest benediction of life; CC Antya 4.12
artha wealth; CC Antya 4.69
sthiti-artha wealth for maintenance; CC Antya 4.214
artha money; CC Antya 4.215
gūḍha artha the deep meaning; CC Antya 5.22
sarasvatīra artha the meaning of mother Sarasvatī; CC Antya 5.147
artha meaning; CC Antya 5.154
parama-artha the goal of life; CC Antya 6.225
bhāgavata-artha meaning of the Bhāgavatam; CC Antya 7.54
bhāgavata-artha the meaning of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; CC Antya 7.82
bhāgavata-artha the purport of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; CC Antya 7.82
artha-vyākhyāne description of the meaning; CC Antya 7.84
bahu artha many meanings; CC Antya 7.85
ei artha this meaning; CC Antya 7.87
artha-vyasta the opposite meaning; CC Antya 7.134
bāhya-artha the external meaning; CC Antya 7.168
sarva artha all potencies; CC Antya 9.44
yathā-artha mūlye for the proper price; CC Antya 9.48
yathā-artha-mūlye at a proper price; CC Antya 9.52
yathā-artha mūlya kari' estimating the proper price; CC Antya 9.54
artha economic development; CC Antya 12.30
artha meaning; CC Antya 15.13
para-artha-bhavakāḥ very beneficial to others; CC Antya 15.32
kṛta-artha obliged; CC Antya 16.21
artha wealth; CC Antya 16.26
artha the meaning; CC Antya 16.96
artha meaning; CC Antya 16.120
artha kare makes the meaning; CC Antya 16.141
artha meaning; CC Antya 17.7
artha the meaning; CC Antya 17.32
pada-artha meanings; CC Antya 17.40
artha meaning; CC Antya 17.44
yei artha which meaning; CC Antya 17.50
artha-nirdhāraṇa ascertaining the meaning; CC Antya 17.54
artha karena explains; CC Antya 18.8
artha kare He explains the meaning; CC Antya 18.9
artha meanings; CC Antya 18.10
ei tarajāra artha the meaning of this sonnet; CC Antya 19.24
artha the meaning; CC Antya 19.27
artha the meaning; CC Antya 19.28
artha karilā explained its meaning; CC Antya 19.90
artha-viśeṣe particular meaning; CC Antya 19.108
artha meaning; CC Antya 20.6
artha śuni' hearing the meaning; CC Antya 20.15
artha the meaning; CC Antya 20.64
artha the meaning; CC Antya 20.132
artha the meaning; CC Antya 20.133
artha-vivaraṇa describing the meaning; CC Antya 20.137
tāra artha their meaning; CC Antya 20.138
artha the meaning; CC Antya 20.139
artha the meaning; CC Antya 20.140
artha benefit; MM 17