buddhih

buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 2.39
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 2.41
buddhiḥ devotional service to the Lord; BG 2.44
buddhiḥ transcendental service with intelligence; BG 2.52
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 2.53
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 2.65
buddhiḥ transcendental intelligence; BG 2.66
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 3.1
buddhiḥ the intelligence; BG 3.40
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 3.42
sthira-buddhiḥ self-intelligent; BG 5.20
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 5.27-28
sama-buddhiḥ having equal intelligence; BG 6.9
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 7.4
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 7.10
buddhiḥ intellect; BG 8.7
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 10.4-5
buddhiḥ and intelligence; BG 12.13-14
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 13.6-7
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 18.17
buddhiḥ understanding; BG 18.30
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 18.31
buddhiḥ intelligence; BG 18.32
asakta-buddhiḥ having unattached intelligence; BG 18.49
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 1.11.38
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 1.18.16
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 2.2.1
vyavasāya-buddhiḥ intelligently fixed; SB 2.2.3
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 2.5.31
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 2.10.32
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 3.26.14
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 3.26.61
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 3.31.33
śraddhā, maitrī, dayā, śāntiḥ, tuṣṭiḥ, puṣṭiḥ, kriyā, unnatiḥ, buddhiḥ, medhā, titikṣā, hrīḥ, mūrtiḥ names of thirteen daughters of Dakṣa; SB 4.1.49-52
buddhiḥ Buddhi; SB 4.1.49-52
vidyā-buddhiḥ materialistic education and intelligence; SB 4.2.24
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 4.22.38
bheda-buddhiḥ sense of differentiation; SB 4.24.61
andha-buddhiḥ who are illusioned and have become blind to spiritual knowledge; SB 5.10.20
ātma-buddhiḥ who considers these material things the ātma, or self; SB 5.13.4
ati-kṛpaṇa-buddhiḥ whose intelligence is dull because he does not properly utilize his assets; SB 5.14.31
buddhiḥ sharpness of intelligence; SB 5.19.7
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 5.20.6
buddhiḥ whose intelligence; SB 5.26.38
buddhiḥ the intelligence; SB 6.5.14
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 6.10.12
buddhiḥ his intelligence; SB 6.13.16
artha-buddhiḥ being self-interested; SB 6.18.71
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 7.1.21
buddhiḥ the intelligence; SB 7.5.6
paśu-buddhiḥ the animalistic conception of life ("I am the Supreme, and everyone is God"); SB 7.5.12
buddhiḥ the intelligence; SB 7.5.50
ātma-para-buddhiḥ the conception of one's own and another's; SB 7.9.31
ātma-devatā-buddhiḥ accepting as the self or the demigods; SB 7.11.8-12
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 7.12.22
buddhiḥ manaḥ the intelligence and mind; SB 8.3.22-24
buddhiḥ his intelligence; SB 8.4.10
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 10.1.15
mahā-buddhiḥ having great intelligence; SB 10.51.23-26
buddhiḥ attitude; SB 10.54.42
buddhiḥ the intelligence; SB 10.74.31
buddhiḥ idea; SB 10.84.13
buddhiḥ idea; SB 10.84.13
buddhiḥ the mentality; SB 10.85.19
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 11.3.15
bāla-buddhiḥ is a person of childish intelligence; SB 11.4.2
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 11.7.26
buddhiḥ whose intelligence; SB 11.8.19
buddhiḥ intelligence or knowledge; SB 11.10.13
anyathā-buddhiḥ illusory knowledge; SB 11.13.9-10
buddhiḥ intelligence; SB 11.15.28
aham-buddhiḥ one who identifies himself; SB 11.19.40-45
buddhīḥ and perceptions of these differences; SB 11.22.30
buddhiḥ the intelligence; SB 11.29.22
buddhiḥ the intelligence; CC Adi 2.55
buddhiḥ intelligence; CC Adi 5.87
buddhiḥ intelligence; CC Madhya 6.164
labdha-buddhiḥ having awakened intelligence; CC Madhya 22.16
buddhiḥ intelligence; CC Madhya 22.88-90
manaḥ-buddhiḥ mind and intelligence; CC Madhya 23.107
buddhiḥ intelligence; MM 19