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cātuḥ-varṇyam the four divisions of human society; BG 4.13
catuḥ-vidhāḥ four kinds of; BG 7.16
catuḥ-bhujena four-handed; BG 11.46
catuḥ-vidham the four kinds; BG 15.14
cātuḥ four; SB 1.4.19
catuḥ-vidham in four divisions; SB 1.4.19
catuḥ-bhujaḥ the four-handed (Personality of Godhead); SB 1.7.52
catuḥ-ańgiṇīm four defensive divisions; SB 1.10.32
catuḥ-bāhum four-handed; SB 1.12.9
catuḥ-padām of those who have four legs; SB 1.13.47
catuḥ four; SB 1.15.22-23
catuḥ-pada you are four-legged; SB 1.17.12
catuḥ-vidhaḥ four kinds of; SB 1.17.38
catuḥ-bhujam with four hands; SB 2.2.8
cātuḥ-hotram four persons conducting the performance; SB 2.6.25
catuḥ-sanaḥ the four bachelors named Sanat-kumāra, Sanaka, Sanandana and Sanātana; SB 2.7.5
catuḥ four; SB 2.9.11
catuḥ-bhujam with four hands; SB 2.9.16
catuḥ four, namely prakṛti, puruṣa, mahat and ego; SB 2.9.17
catuḥ-vidhāḥ living entities born from embryos, eggs, perspiration and seeds; SB 2.10.37-40
catuḥ four; SB 3.8.12
catuḥ-ańgulaiḥ four fingers by measure; SB 3.11.9
catuḥ-yugam four millenniums; SB 3.11.18
catuḥ-pāt complete four dimensions; SB 3.11.21
catuḥ-daśa fourteen; SB 3.11.23
catuḥ-mukhāt from the four mouths; SB 3.12.34
cātuḥ four; SB 3.12.35
cātuḥ-hotram four kinds of fruitive activities; SB 3.13.35
catuḥ-viṃśatikam consisting of twenty-four elements; SB 3.26.11
catuḥ-dhā having four aspects; SB 3.26.14
catuḥ-pādaḥ four-legged; SB 3.29.30
catuḥ-vidham in four divisions; SB 3.32.37
catuḥ-bhujam four handed; SB 4.8.47
catuḥ-bhujau with four arms; SB 4.12.20
catuḥ-vidham four kinds of; SB 4.19.9
cātuḥ-hotrāya the Vedic sacrifices of the name; SB 4.24.37
catuḥ-bāhu unto the four-armed; SB 4.24.45-46
catuḥ-vidham four kinds of; SB 4.24.64
catuḥ-daśa fourteen; SB 4.24.67
catuḥ-pādam with four legs; SB 4.29.2
catuḥ-padaḥ the four-legged (bulls); SB 5.1.14
cātuḥ-hotra-vidhinā by the regulative principles of sacrifice directed by four kinds of priests; SB 5.7.5
catuḥ-diśam the four sides; SB 5.16.11
catuḥ-diśam the four directions (east, west, north and south); SB 5.17.5
bhagavataḥ catuḥ-mūrteḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is expanded in four; SB 5.17.16
catuḥ-padaḥ four-legged; SB 5.18.27
catuḥ-śṛńgaḥ Catuḥ-śṛńga; SB 5.20.15
catuḥ-diśam the four sides; SB 5.21.7
catuḥ-triṃśat thirty-four; SB 5.21.12
catuḥ-bhujāḥ with four arms; SB 6.1.34-36
catuḥ-akṣaram the four syllables (nā-rā-ya-ṇa); SB 6.2.8
catuḥ-padaḥ the four-legged animals like the deer; SB 6.4.9
catuḥ-hotraka of the four kinds of Vedic priests, known as hotā, adhvaryu, brahma and udgātā; SB 7.3.30
catuḥ-bhujaḥ and four-handed, with conchshell, disc, club and lotus; SB 8.4.6
catuḥ-vidhaḥ of four kinds of living entities; SB 8.5.32
catuḥ-yuga-ante at the end of every four yugas (Satya, Dvāpara, Tretā and Kali); SB 8.14.4
catuḥ-pādam in four parts; SB 8.14.5
catuḥ-viṃśat twenty-four; SB 8.16.30
catuḥ-śṛńgāya who have four horns; SB 8.16.31
catuḥ-bāhuḥ with four arms; SB 8.17.4
catuḥ-bhujaḥ having four arms; SB 8.18.1
catuḥ-ānanaḥ with four heads; SB 9.1.9
catuḥ-sindhu-jala with the water of the four oceans; SB 9.10.48
catuḥ-śatam four hundred; SB 10.1.30
catuḥ-rasaḥ four rasas, or tastes; SB 10.2.27
catuḥ-bhujam with four hands; SB 10.3.6
catuḥ-bhujam four hands; SB 10.3.30
sa-catuḥ-mukhāḥ as well as Lord Brahmā, who has four faces; SB 10.4.42
catuḥ-bhujāḥ having four arms; SB 10.13.47-48
catuḥ-viṃśatibhiḥ twenty-four in number; SB 10.13.52
catuḥ-mukuṭa-koṭi-bhiḥ with the tips of his four crowns; SB 10.13.62
catuḥ-bhujāḥ four-handed forms of Lord Viṣṇu; SB 10.14.18
catuḥ-vidham of the four varieties (that which is chewed, that which is swallowed, that which is licked and that which is sucked); SB 10.23.19
catuḥ-vidhena of four varieties; SB 10.23.36
catuḥ-vidhā fourfold; SB 10.24.21
catuḥ-pañca four or five; SB 10.37.29
catuḥ-bhujam with four arms; SB 10.39.46-48
catuḥ-ṣaṣṭyā sixty-four; SB 10.45.35-36
cātuḥ-varṇya of the four occupational orders; SB 10.50.50-53
catuḥ four; SB 10.51.1-6
catuḥ-bhujaḥ four-armed; SB 10.51.1-6
catuḥ-bhujam four-armed; SB 10.51.23-26
catuḥ-patham and intersections; SB 10.53.8-9
catuḥ four; SB 10.59.37
catuḥ-ṣaṣṭim sixty-four; SB 10.59.37
catuḥ four; SB 10.73.1-6
catuḥ-ańgiṇīm protected by an army of four divisions (chariots, horses, elephants and infantry); SB 10.83.13-14
catuḥ four; SB 10.83.32
catuḥ-bhujam four-armed; SB 10.86.54
catuḥ-bāhuḥ having four arms; SB 11.5.21
catuḥ-bāhuḥ four-armed; SB 11.5.24
catuḥ four; SB 11.7.22
catuḥ-viṃśatiḥ twenty-four; SB 11.7.33-35
catuḥ-bhujam with four arms; SB 11.11.46
dīrgha-cāru-catuḥ-bhujam having four beautiful long arms; SB 11.14.36-42
cātuḥ-māsyāni the vows and sacrifices of cāturmāsya; SB 11.18.8
catuḥ-uttaraiḥ each having four syllables more than the previous; SB 11.21.38-40
catuḥ-bhujam having four arms; SB 11.27.38-41
catuḥ-vidhaḥ fourfold (i.e., the fourfold goals of human life: religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation); SB 11.29.33
catuḥ-bhujam with four arms; SB 11.30.28-32
catuḥ-bhujam four-armed; SB 11.30.34
catuḥ-daśa fourteen; SB 12.1.28
catuḥ-yugam the cycle of four ages; SB 12.2.39
catuḥ-pāt with four legs; SB 12.3.18
catuḥ-yuga four ages; SB 12.4.2
cātuḥ-hotra the four aspects of ritual sacrifice performed by the priests of each of the four Vedas; SB 12.6.44
catuḥ-yugeṣu throughout the four ages; SB 12.6.46
catuḥ-vidham in four parts; SB 12.6.48-49
catuḥ-vidha of four kinds; SB 12.6.67
catuḥ-viṃśati twenty-four; SB 12.6.80
catuḥ-bhujau having four arms; SB 12.8.33-34
catuḥ samudraḥ the four oceans; SB 12.9.12
catuḥ-vidham of four varieties (those who have taken birth from embryos, from eggs, from seeds and from perspiration); SB 12.9.13
catuḥ-mūrtiḥ in His four personal features (Vāsudeva, Sańkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha); SB 12.11.23
catuḥ-vidhaḥ fourfold; SB 12.12.44
catuḥ-viṃśati twenty-four; SB 12.13.4-9
daśa-pañca-catuḥ-śatam fifteen thousand four hundred; SB 12.13.4-9
catuḥ-daśa fourteen; SB 12.13.4-9
catuḥ-viṃśati twenty-four; SB 12.13.4-9
catuḥ-daśa fourteen; SB 12.13.4-9
catuḥ-lakṣaḥ four hundred thousand; SB 12.13.4-9
śrī-catuḥ-vyūha-madhye in the quadruple expansions (Vāsudeva, Sańkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha); CC Adi 1.8
catuḥ-bhuja four arms; CC Adi 2.61
catuḥ-yuge in cycles of four ages; CC Adi 3.8
catuḥ-yuga cycles of four ages; CC Adi 3.9
catuḥ-yuge in the cycle of four ages; CC Adi 3.10
catuḥ-vidha four kinds; CC Adi 3.17
catuḥ-vyūha the four expansions; CC Adi 4.11-12
catuḥ-vidha four kinds; CC Adi 4.42
śrī-catuḥ-vyūha-madhye in the quadruple expansions (Vāsudeva, Sańkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha); CC Adi 5.13
catuḥ-vyūha haiñā expanding into four wonderful forms; CC Adi 5.23
sarva-catuḥ-vyūha of all other quadruple expansions; CC Adi 5.24
catuḥ-bhuja four-handed; CC Adi 5.27-28
dvitīya catuḥ-vyūha the second quadruple expansion; CC Adi 5.41
catuḥ-bhuja four-armed; CC Adi 17.14
catuḥ-vidha four kinds of; CC Adi 17.275
catuḥ-bāhutā four-armed form; CC Adi 17.293
catuḥ-dik the four directions; CC Madhya 1.276
catuḥ-bhuja four-handed; CC Madhya 5.93
catuḥ-dike all around; CC Madhya 13.190
catuḥ-vedī a scholar in the four Vedas; CC Madhya 19.50
catuḥ-vedī a scholar in the four Vedas; CC Madhya 20.58
catuḥ-bāhuḥ having four arms; CC Madhya 20.332
catuḥ-bāhuḥ with four arms; CC Madhya 20.333
catuḥ-ṣaṣṭi ańga sixty-four parts; CC Madhya 22.127
catuḥ-bhedāḥ having four divisions; CC Madhya 23.84-85
catuḥ-ṣaṣṭiḥ sixty-four; CC Madhya 23.84-85
catuḥ-vidhāḥ four kinds; CC Madhya 24.94
catuḥ-bhujam with four hands; CC Madhya 24.156
catuḥ-ślokīte in Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam summarized in four ślokas; CC Madhya 25.94
catuḥ-ślokī the four famous verses known as the catuḥ-ślokī; CC Madhya 25.95
catuḥ-ślokīte in the four famous verses of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; CC Madhya 25.102
catuḥ-viṃśe in the Twenty-fourth Chapter; CC Madhya 25.260
catuḥ-dik all directions; CC Antya 14.102
catuḥ-vedī a scholar of the four Vedas; CC Antya 16.25
catuḥ-asraṃ -quadrangular place; Bs 5.5
catuḥ-asram quadrangular; Bs 5.5
catuḥ-mūrteḥ of the four primary expansions (Vāsudeva, Sańkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha); Bs 5.5
catuḥ-dhāma consisting of four abodes; Bs 5.5
catuḥ-kṛtam divided into four parts; Bs 5.5
catuḥ-vedī versed in the four Vedas; Bs 5.22
catuḥ-mukhaḥ four-faced; Bs 5.22