dharah

dhanuḥ-dharaḥ the carrier of the bow and arrow; BG 18.78
karṇa-dhāraḥ captain; SB 1.1.22
ṛg-veda-dharaḥ the professor of the Ṛg Veda; SB 1.4.21
nāṭya-dharaḥ dressed as a player; SB 1.8.19
vaṃśa-dharaḥ heir apparent; SB 1.12.12
karṇa-dhāraḥ captain of the ship; SB 1.13.40
mūrti-dharāḥ personified; SB 1.19.23
vajra-dharaḥ the controller of the thunderbolts; SB 2.7.1
manu-vaṃśa-dharaḥ as the descendant of the Manu dynasty; SB 2.7.20
śīla-dharaḥ qualified; SB 3.14.49
śiraḥ-dharaḥ neck; SB 3.31.8
bhava-vrata-dharāḥ taking a vow to satisfy Lord Śiva; SB 4.2.28
dharaḥ possessing; SB 4.9.6
sumanaḥ-dhārāḥ showers of flowers; SB 4.15.7
dharā-dharaḥ the protector of the planet earth; SB 4.17.35
dharaḥ putting on; SB 4.21.18
daṇḍa-dharaḥ carrier of the scepter; SB 4.21.22
dharāḥ earth; SB 4.24.63
madhu-dhārāḥ flows of honey; SB 5.16.22
vāri-dhāraḥ Vāridhāra; SB 5.19.16
pratiṣed-dhāraḥ who are opposing; SB 6.1.32
daṇḍa-dharaḥ the supreme administrator of punishment; SB 6.3.7
dharaḥ holding; SB 6.4.35-39
dharaḥ the planet earth; SB 6.8.15
asi-dharaḥ carrying a sword in the hand; SB 6.8.22
śańkha-cakra-gadā-dharaḥ bearing the transcendental weapons: the conchshell, disc and club; SB 6.9.28
vajra-dharaḥ the carrier of the thunderbolt (King Indra); SB 6.11.9
jaṭā-dharaḥ keeping matted locks of hair; SB 6.17.7
mahā-vrata-dharaḥ the master of great vows and austerities; SB 6.17.8
daṇḍa-dharaḥ the carrier of the rod of punishment; SB 6.17.11
suhṛt-lińga-dharaḥ who has assumed the role of a friend; SB 7.5.38
gadā-dharaḥ Lord Nṛsiṃhadeva, who also holds a club in His hand; SB 7.8.25
jaṭā-dharaḥ with matted locks; SB 8.4.8
srak-dharaḥ wearing a flower garland; SB 8.7.17
vajra-dharaḥ the carrier of the thunderbolt; SB 8.11.27
ṛṣi-rūpa-dharaḥ assuming the form of great saintly persons like Yājñavalkya; SB 8.14.8
su-srak-dharaḥ decorated with a nice garland; SB 8.15.8-9
śańkha-cakra-gadā-dharaḥ bearing the conchshell, disc, club and lotus flower; SB 8.17.4
eka-śṛńga-dharaḥ with one horn; SB 8.24.44
tṛṇabindoḥ yaśaḥ-dharāḥ continued the fame of King Tṛṇabindu; SB 9.2.35-36
sūda-rūpa-dharaḥ disguised himself as a cook; SB 9.9.20-21
eka-patnī-vrata-dharaḥ taking a vow not to accept a second wife or to have any connection with any other woman; SB 9.10.54
daṇḍa-dharaḥ a great personality who can punish others; SB 9.15.10
jala-dharāḥ the clouds; SB 10.3.6
vātyā-rūpa-dharaḥ who had assumed the form of a forceful whirlwind; SB 10.7.26
vādya-dharāḥ ca those who played on musical drums; SB 10.12.34
dharaḥ the Lord who exerts; SB 10.16.28
hala-dharaḥ Lord Balarāma, the carrier of the plow weapon; SB 10.18.27
jala-dhārāḥ waterfalls; SB 10.20.27
varsa-dhārāḥ downpours of rain; SB 10.25.10
govardhana-dharaḥ the lifter of Govardhana Hill; SB 10.25.25
dharaḥ wearing; SB 10.32.2
dhārāḥ torrents; SB 10.35.8-11
dharaḥ holding; SB 10.35.18-19
dharaḥ assuming; SB 10.45.40
dharaḥ assuming; SB 10.59.42
dharaḥ bearing; SB 10.62.31
dharaḥ carrying; SB 10.63.31
dhārāḥ drops; SB 10.64.12
dharaḥ wearing; SB 10.71.7
dharāḥ wearing; SB 10.72.16
dharaḥ the maintainer; SB 10.87.28
karṇa-dharāḥ a helmsman; SB 10.87.33
dharaḥ meditating; SB 10.87.45
dhanuḥ-dharaḥ holding his bow in his hand; SB 10.89.26-27
dhārāḥ torrents; SB 10.90.20
mūrti-dharāḥ in the personified form; SB 11.17.5-6
brahma-vrata-dharaḥ one who is maintaining the vow of celibacy, or brahmacarya; SB 11.17.25
dharaḥ maintaining; SB 11.17.36
jala-dharāḥ the clouds; SB 12.4.26
dharaḥ assuming; SB 12.6.73
vaṃśa dharāḥ the prominent members of the dynasties; SB 12.7.16
dharaḥ maintaining; SB 12.8.7-11
bṛhat-vrata-dharaḥ maintaining the vow of celibacy, brahmacarya; SB 12.8.13
dhārāḥ torrents; SB 12.9.11
pīta-ambara-dharaḥ dressed with yellow garments; CC Adi 5.214
pīta-ambara-dharaḥ wearing yellow garments; CC Madhya 8.81
pīta-ambara-dharaḥ dressed with yellow garments; CC Madhya 8.140
madhu-dhārāḥ showers of honey; CC Madhya 8.276
madhu-dhārāḥ showers of honey; CC Madhya 24.208
śrī-dharaḥ the maintainer of the goddess of fortune; MM 10