dharma

dharma-kṣetre in the place of pilgrimage; BG 1.1
dharma religion; BG 2.7
dharma principles of religion; BG 4.8
dharma-aviruddhaḥ not against religious principles; BG 7.11
dharma-ātmā righteous; BG 9.31
śāśvata-dharma-goptā maintainer of the eternal religion; BG 11.18
dharma of religion; BG 12.20
dharma religiosity; BG 18.34
dharma-śāstrāṇi scriptures giving right directions to progressive life; SB 1.1.6
dharma religion; SB 1.1.23
dharma-eka-antasya for one who is engaged in the ultimate occupational service; SB 1.2.9
dharma-kalā wife of Dharmarāja; SB 1.3.9
dharma religion; SB 1.3.43
yuga-dharma acts in terms of the millennium; SB 1.4.16
dharma-vit one who knows what religion is; SB 1.4.27
dharma-ādiḥ the path of religion; SB 1.4.28-29
dharma-ādayaḥ all four principles of religious behavior; SB 1.5.9
dharma-kṛte for the matter of religion; SB 1.5.15
dharma-ādi four principles of liberation; SB 1.7.24
dharma-vit one who knows the principles of religion; SB 1.7.36
dharma-jña one who is aware of the principles of religion; SB 1.7.46
dharma-sutaḥ son; SB 1.7.49
dharma-sutaḥ the son of Dharma (Yamarāja); SB 1.8.47
dharma for the right cause; SB 1.8.50
dharma acts of religion; SB 1.9.1
dharma-jñaḥ one who knows religious principles; SB 1.9.9
dharma-nandanāḥ sons of religion personified; SB 1.9.12
dharma piety; SB 1.9.12
dharma-sutaḥ the son of Dharmarāja; SB 1.9.15
dharma occupational duties; SB 1.9.28
dharma-bhṛtām of those who strictly follow religious principles; SB 1.10.1
dharma-rājaḥ King Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 1.12.4
dharma-gup the protector of righteousness; SB 1.12.11
dharma-putraḥ the pious king; SB 1.12.34
dharma-putraḥ Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 1.13.3-4
dharma-rājena by King Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 1.13.12
dharma O personality of religious principles; SB 1.16.25
dharma-dughām beneficial because one can draw religion from her; SB 1.17.3
sva-dharma-stha one who is faithful to his prescribed duty; SB 1.17.16
dharma-jña O one who knows the codes of religion; SB 1.17.22
dharma O personality of religion; SB 1.17.25
dharma-bhṛtām of all the protectors of religion; SB 1.17.37
dharma-śīlaḥ those who are on the progressive path of liberation; SB 1.17.41
dharma-pālaḥ the protector of religion; SB 1.18.46
dharma-jñaḥ one who knows the principles of religion; SB 1.19.40
sva-dharma particular occupational duty; SB 2.1.6
dharma-arthaḥ for spiritual advancement; SB 2.3.8
dharma-mayaḥ personified religious scripture; SB 2.4.19
dharma religion; SB 2.7.39
dharma-patiḥ the father of religious life; SB 2.9.40
dharma-rūpa-dhṛk assuming the form of religious principles; SB 2.10.42
dharma-sūnoḥ of Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 3.2.13
dharma-sutam by the son of Dharma (Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira); SB 3.3.18
dharma occupational duty; SB 3.6.33
dharma religiosity; SB 3.7.32
dharma-yoniḥ the father of all religion; SB 3.7.35
dharma-abhiratāya unto one who has taken this religious vow; SB 3.8.7
dharma O Vidura; SB 3.20.31
dharma in religious activities; SB 3.21.26
dharma of Dharma, the god of piety; SB 3.21.51
sva-dharma own religious life; SB 3.23.7
nija-dharma by your own principles of devotion; SB 3.23.8
sat-dharma of the eternal occupation; SB 3.25.11
sva-dharma-ācaraṇam executing one's prescribed duties; SB 3.28.2
dharma religious practice; SB 3.28.3
dharma religious practice; SB 3.28.3
nivṛtti-dharma in religious activities for detachment; SB 3.32.6
sva-dharma by one's own occupational duties; SB 3.32.6
dharma by their pious activities; SB 3.32.12-15
dharma-dhvajāya to the hypocrites; SB 3.32.39
dharma-sadane in the house of Dharma; SB 4.1.56
dharma-avitari the controller of religion; SB 4.4.17
dharma-artha-dugha benefit derived from religion and economic development; SB 4.6.44
dharma religion; SB 4.7.27
dharma-ādīnām of all religion, austerity and penance; SB 4.7.40
nija-dharma-bhāvite being situated in one's original constitutional position; SB 4.8.22
dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation; SB 4.8.41
dharma-ādiṣu regarding spiritual life and economic development; SB 4.8.59-60
dharma-saṃśrayaḥ under the protection of piety; SB 4.9.22
dharma-setūnām of religious principles; SB 4.12.12
sva-dharma-śīlaiḥ executing sacrificial duties; SB 4.13.4
dharma-kovidāḥ completely conversant with religious principles; SB 4.13.22
dharma-māninaḥ accepting as religious; SB 4.14.23
dharma-bhṛtām of persons executing religious activities; SB 4.16.4
dharma-setūnām of the principles of religion; SB 4.16.4
dharma-pathe on the path of piety; SB 4.16.13
dharma-jña O knower of the principles of religion; SB 4.17.18
dharma-jñaḥ the knower of religious principles; SB 4.17.19
dharma-paraḥ one who is strictly following religious principles; SB 4.17.31
dharma-dughā producing sufficient milk for religiosity; SB 4.19.7
dharma religion; SB 4.19.12
dharma of religious life; SB 4.19.31
mokṣa-dharma-vit the knower of the path of liberation; SB 4.19.32
dharma-vyatikaraḥ violation of religious principles; SB 4.19.35
dharma religious principles; SB 4.20.15
dharma-vimohitān bewildered on the path of religion; SB 4.21.30
dharma occupational duties; SB 4.21.35
sva-dharma occupational duties; SB 4.21.36
tat-dharma-paraiḥ by following in the footsteps of the Lord; SB 4.21.39
bhagavat-dharma devotional service; SB 4.22.22
dharma religion; SB 4.22.34
dharma-rāṭ iva like King Yamarāja (the superintendent of death); SB 4.22.59
dharma-bhṛt one who observes the religious principles; SB 4.23.1-3
vrata-dharma vow to serve him; SB 4.23.20
dharma religion; SB 4.23.35
dharma religiosity; SB 4.24.13
dharma-vatsalaḥ very much fond of religious principles; SB 4.24.26
dharma-jñān persons who are aware of religious principles; SB 4.24.26
sva-dharma-niṣṭhaḥ one who is situated in his own dharma, or occupation; SB 4.24.29
dharma-jñam knower of religious principles; SB 4.28.43
dharma occupation; SB 4.30.16
dharma occupation; SB 4.30.16
dharma religious principles; SB 5.1.29
dharma religious principles; SB 5.2.1
bhāgavata-dharma-darśanāḥ authorized preachers of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; SB 5.4.11-12
dharma religious principles; SB 5.4.14
sva-dharma-patham the path of religion; SB 5.6.9
dharma-ākhyam by the name of religion; SB 5.7.6
dharma-aupayikam which is a means to religious principles; SB 5.14.2
dharma-pataye unto the master or propounder of religious principles; SB 5.14.45
dharma-goptā protector of the occupational duties of everyone; SB 5.15.9
dharma-sutaḥ the son of Dharmarāja; SB 5.18.1
dharma-mayīm the director of all religious principles; SB 5.18.1
dharma religion; SB 5.19.9
dharma-jñāna-vairāgya of religion, pure knowledge and renunciation; SB 5.20.40
sva-dharma-hā the killer of his own principles of religion; SB 5.26.15
dharma-setūn the bounds of prescribed religious principles; SB 5.26.22
dharma-anuvartinaḥ those who are pious and act according to the regulative principles or Vedic injunctions; SB 5.26.37
dharma-jñāḥ fully imbued with knowledge of religious principles; SB 6.1.13-14
dharma-rājasya of the king of religious principles, Yamarāja; SB 6.1.32
dharma-pālasya of Yamarāja, the maintainer of religious principles; SB 6.1.34-36
dharma-rājasya of King Yamarāja, who knows the religious principles; SB 6.1.38
dharma religious principles; SB 6.1.47
dharma-dṛśām of persons interested in maintaining religion; SB 6.2.2
dharma-ghnāḥ they who break the principles of religion; SB 6.2.29
dharma-rājaḥ Yamarāja, the superintendent of death and the judge of religious and irreligious activities; SB 6.3.1
dharma-śīlāḥ good character and behavior; SB 6.5.2
dharma-vit knowing the religious principles; SB 6.5.31
dharma-patnyaḥ the wives of Yamarāja; SB 6.6.4
dharma-śīlaiḥ by persons respectful to the religious principles; SB 6.7.35
dharma-avanāya for the protection of religious principles; SB 6.8.19
dharma-alīkam cheating in religious principles (pretending to be the priest of the demigods, but secretly acting as the priest of the demons also); SB 6.9.4
dharma-jñaḥ Dadhīci, who knows the principles of religion; SB 6.9.54
dharma-jijñāsayā with a desire to know the supreme, ultimate religious principle (devotional service); SB 6.12.23
dharma-dṛk possessing vision of religion; SB 6.18.71
dharma-mayaḥ full of religious principles; SB 7.2.11
dharma-ādayaḥ the three principles of material advancement, namely religion, economic development and sense gratification; SB 7.6.25
dharma religion; SB 7.6.26
dharma religious principles; SB 7.8.44
sva-dharma executing varṇāśrama-dharma; SB 7.9.46
dharma religion; SB 7.10.65-66
dharma-setave who protects religious principles; SB 7.11.5
dharma-mūlam the root of religious principles; SB 7.11.7
dharma-jñā fully conversant with religious principles; SB 7.11.28
dharma-hetuḥ the cause of advancement in spiritual life; SB 7.13.9
dharma-ādi religious performances, etc.; SB 7.14.27-28
dharma-tattva-vit one who is actually learned in regard to religious activities; SB 7.15.7
dharma-vit one who is actually advanced in religious principles; SB 7.15.11
dharma-jñaḥ one who is aware of religious principles; SB 7.15.12
dharma-bādhaḥ obstructs the execution of one's own religious principles; SB 7.15.13
dharma-artham in religion or economic development; SB 7.15.15
dharma religion; SB 8.1.5
akhila-dharma-bhāvanam who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human being; SB 8.1.16
dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation; SB 8.3.19
dharma-patnīḥ bona fide wives; SB 8.4.17-24
dharma-sāvarṇiḥ Dharmasāvarṇi; SB 8.13.24
dharma-vit completely aware of religious principles; SB 8.18.28
dharma-yuktam in terms of religious principles; SB 8.19.1
dharma-yutam completely in accord with the principles of religion; SB 8.19.2
parama-dharma-vit the most learned scholar in religious principles; SB 9.1.6
dharma-vatsalāḥ very religious; SB 9.1.41
dharma-vatsalāḥ extremely religious; SB 9.2.16
dharma-vatsalaḥ adherent to the principles of religion; SB 9.4.11
dharma-jñaḥ one who knows the principles of religion; SB 9.4.38
tat-dharma concerning that religious principle; SB 9.4.38
dharma-vyatikramam the transgression of the regulative principles of religion; SB 9.4.44
akhila-dharma-setave whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universe; SB 9.5.6
dharma-mayena which is full of religious principles; SB 9.5.7
dharma-jña O you, who are quite aware of religious principles; SB 9.9.30
sva-dharma-niratāḥ fully engaged in their respective occupational duties; SB 9.10.50
dharma-jñe because He was fully religious; SB 9.10.51
dharma-sārathiḥ Dharmasārathi; SB 9.17.11
kṣatra-dharmā expert in the duties of a kṣatriya; SB 9.17.17
dharma-vit aware of all religious principles; SB 9.18.32
dharma Dharmeyu; SB 9.20.3
sarva-dharma-vidām of all religious persons; SB 9.22.11
dharma by Mahārāja Dharma, or Dharmarāja; SB 9.22.26
ati-dharma-ātmā exceedingly religious; SB 9.24.9
dharma-śīlasya who were strictly attached to religious principles; SB 10.1.2
dharma their principles of religion; SB 10.16.50
sarva-dharma-jña O perfect knower of the nature of all beings; SB 10.19.10
dharma-jña O knower of religion; SB 10.22.15
dharma-vit-tamāḥ O best knowers of the principles of religion; SB 10.23.7
dharma-vidā by the knower of religion; SB 10.29.32
dharma-setūnām of the restrictive codes of moral behavior; SB 10.33.26-27
dharma-vyatikramaḥ the transgression of religious or moral principles; SB 10.33.29
dharma-vit knower of religious principles; SB 10.38.40
dharma of religious principles; SB 10.44.9
dharma-jña O knower of religious principles; SB 10.44.45
dharma-śīlānām always righteous in their behavior; SB 10.46.17
lubdha-dharmā behaving like a cruel hunter; SB 10.47.17
dharma to the religious duty; SB 10.49.24
dharma of religion; SB 10.50.10
dharma religious principles; SB 10.51.39-40
dharma in the religious principles; SB 10.51.62
dharma-rājam to King Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 10.58.23
dharma religious standards; SB 10.58.40
dharma of religious duty; SB 10.64.19-20
dharma of religion; SB 10.64.31
dharma of religion; SB 10.69.14
dharma-rājaḥ the king of religiosity, Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 10.71.43
dharma-rājaḥ the king of religion, Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 10.73.35
dharma-ādi religiosity and so on; SB 10.74.22
dharma codes of religious duty; SB 10.74.35
dharma of the lord of religion (Yamarāja); SB 10.75.30
dharma-sutaḥ the son of Yamarāja (Yudhiṣṭhira); SB 10.75.34-35
dharma of his religious duty; SB 10.76.27
dharma-sūnunā by the son of Yamarāja, religion personified (King Yudhiṣṭhira); SB 10.77.6-7
dharma of the principles of religion; SB 10.78.24
dharma-śāstrāṇi the scriptures describing the religious duties of man; SB 10.78.25-26
dharma-dhvajinaḥ those who pose as religious; SB 10.78.27
dharma of religious principles; SB 10.80.28
dharma of religion; SB 10.84.8
dharma the principles of religion; SB 10.85.20
dharma with maintenance of religious standards; SB 10.87.6
dharma of the principles of religion; SB 10.89.58
dharma-suta-ādibhiḥ by Yudhiṣṭhira (the son of Dharma) and others; SB 10.89.65
dharma of religiosity; SB 10.90.28
mokṣa-dharma the process of attaining liberation; SB 11.2.16
dharma of the religious duties; SB 11.4.5
dharma-eka-phalam whose only proper fruit is religiosity; SB 11.5.12
dharma-vit expert in religious principles; SB 11.7.25
dharma in religiosity; SB 11.7.27
dharma religious activities; SB 11.11.23-24
dharma religious duties; SB 11.13.38
mat-dharmā being endowed with My nature; SB 11.15.16
dharma-maye in He who is always situated in piety; SB 11.15.18
sarva-dharma-jña O supreme knower of religious principles; SB 11.17.7
sva-dharma by performing his prescribed duty; SB 11.18.46
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duty; SB 11.18.48
dharma of religious principles; SB 11.19.11
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duties; SB 11.20.10
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duty; SB 11.20.11
dharma-artham for the purpose of religious activities; SB 11.21.3
tvat-dharma in Your devotional service; SB 11.22.61
dharma religiosity; SB 11.23.9
dharma religiosity; SB 11.23.12
dharma-dhvajaḥ a religious hypocrite; SB 11.23.37
sva-dharma in his own duty; SB 11.23.41
dharma with religiousness; SB 11.25.13
dharma-ādibhiḥ with the personifications of religion, knowledge, renunciation and opulence; SB 11.27.25-26
dharma-ādibhyaḥ to the demigods, beginning with Yamarāja; SB 11.27.38-41
mat-dharma My devotional service; SB 11.29.9
mat-dharma My transcendental qualities; SB 11.29.41-44
dharma of religious duty; SB 12.2.2
dharma-sevanam observance of religious principles; SB 12.2.6
dharma-trāṇāya for the deliverance of religion; SB 12.2.12-16
dharma-trāṇāya for the protection of religion; SB 12.2.17
dharma-patiḥ the master of religion; SB 12.2.23
dharma-pādānām of the legs of religion; SB 12.3.20
dharma-pādānām of the legs of religion; SB 12.3.24
dharma in religious rituals; SB 12.6.45
dharma-guptaye for the protection of the principles of religion; SB 12.6.48-49
sva-dharma-ākhya known as the soul's proper duty; SB 12.6.70
dharma-guhya with the secret essence of religion; SB 12.10.26
dharma-jñāna-ādibhiḥ together with religion, knowledge and so on; SB 12.11.13
dharma-patnīnām of the pious wives; SB 12.12.12
dharma-vinirṇayaḥ the ascertainment of the principles of religion; SB 12.12.42-43
dharma religiosity; CC Adi 1.90
dharma the character; CC Adi 1.94
dharma characteristics of age; CC Adi 2.98
yuga-dharma the religion of the age; CC Adi 3.19
dharma religion; CC Adi 3.21
dharma religious principles; CC Adi 3.23
yuga-dharma of the religion of the age; CC Adi 3.26
yuga-dharma the religious practice for the age; CC Adi 3.40
dharma the religion; CC Adi 3.50
dharma religious; CC Adi 3.61
dharma religion; CC Adi 3.100
dharma-setu protector of religion; CC Adi 3.110
dharma chāḍi' giving up religious customs; CC Adi 4.31
dharma religiosity; CC Adi 4.33
yuga-dharma the religion of the age; CC Adi 4.36-37
yuga-dharma for the religion of the age; CC Adi 4.38
dharma religion; CC Adi 4.53
vayaḥ-dharma characteristics of age; CC Adi 4.112
viruddha-dharma of conflicting characteristics; CC Adi 4.127
viruddha-dharma-maya consists of conflicting characteristics; CC Adi 4.127
dharma characteristics; CC Adi 4.129
loka-dharma customs of the people; CC Adi 4.167-169
veda-dharma Vedic injunctions; CC Adi 4.167-169
deha-dharma necessities of the body; CC Adi 4.167-169
yuga-dharma the religion of the age; CC Adi 4.220
dharma the religion; CC Adi 4.226
dharma characteristic function; CC Adi 5.29
dharma saṃsthāpana kare establishes the principles of religion; CC Adi 5.113
dharma-maryādā etiquette of religious principles; CC Adi 6.41
nija-dharma own duty; CC Adi 7.42
dharma regular activities; CC Adi 7.48
dharma duties; CC Adi 7.69
dharma religious principle; CC Adi 7.74
veda-dharma performance of Vedic rituals; CC Adi 8.8
mālā-kāra-dharma the business of a gardener; CC Adi 9.8
dharma activities; CC Adi 9.32
veda-dharma the principles of Vedic religion; CC Adi 11.9
dharma religion; CC Adi 12.49
dharma religion; CC Adi 12.52
dharma religious procedures; CC Adi 13.65
vidhi-dharma regulative principles of religion; CC Adi 13.108
dharma-śikṣā religious teaching; CC Adi 14.83
sva-dharma duty; CC Adi 14.87
dharma-marma religion and morality; CC Adi 14.87
dharma the duty; CC Adi 14.89
gṛha-dharma activities of family life; CC Adi 15.25
gṛha-dharma duties of family life; CC Adi 15.26
bhakti-dharma of devotional service; CC Adi 17.30
e-dharma kemata what kind of etiquette is this; CC Adi 17.145
dharma religion; CC Adi 17.154
hindu-dharma the religious principles of the Hindus; CC Adi 17.174
dharma religion; CC Adi 17.193
dharma religious principles; CC Adi 17.204
dharma the religious principles; CC Adi 17.210
dharma of religious principles; CC Adi 17.255
yuga-dharma the religion of the millennium; CC Adi 17.316
dharma nahe it is not the duty; CC Madhya 3.74
smṛti-dharma regulative principles of the smṛti-śāstra; CC Madhya 3.101
dharma duty; CC Madhya 3.177
dharma duties; CC Madhya 3.178
dharma religious principles; CC Madhya 5.42
dharma religious principles; CC Madhya 5.47
dharma-bhaya religious principles; CC Madhya 5.63
dharma-parāyaṇa religious; CC Madhya 5.83
dharma the religious principles; CC Madhya 5.88
sannyāsa-dharma principles of a sannyāsī; CC Madhya 6.74
sannyāsa-dharma regulative principles of sannyāsa; CC Madhya 6.117
dharma factual occupation; CC Madhya 6.121
dharma the occupation; CC Madhya 6.127
dharma the principles; CC Madhya 6.234
sannyāsa-dharma My regulative principles in the renounced order; CC Madhya 7.23
sva-dharma-ācaraṇe by executing one's occupational duty; CC Madhya 8.57
sva-dharma-tyāga relinquishing one's occupational duties; CC Madhya 8.61
dharma-guptaye for the protection of religious principles; CC Madhya 8.146
dharma principle; CC Madhya 8.183-184
veda-dharma religious principles of the Vedas; CC Madhya 8.220
dharma religion; CC Madhya 8.250
pati-vratā-dharma the vow of chastity; CC Madhya 9.116
dharma vow; CC Madhya 9.118
varṇa-āśrama-dharma the institution of four castes and four āśramas; CC Madhya 9.256
dharma religious principle; CC Madhya 9.362
dharma-pracāraṇa preaching of real religion; CC Madhya 11.98
dharma religious principle; CC Madhya 11.98
sei vidhi-dharma that is a regulative principle; CC Madhya 11.112
sūkṣma-dharma-marma subtle intricacies of the religious system; CC Madhya 11.112
loka-dharma social etiquette; CC Madhya 11.117
dharma occupation; CC Madhya 11.189
dharma-saṃsthāpana lāgi' for establishing the etiquette of religious principles; CC Madhya 12.124
dharma nahe it is not My religion; CC Madhya 15.48
nija dharma-nāśa destruction of My religious principles; CC Madhya 15.48
dharma My religion; CC Madhya 15.49
dharma religious principle; CC Madhya 15.188
yati-dharma-cihna the symptom of a person in the renounced order of life; CC Madhya 15.189
dui dharma two principles; CC Madhya 16.140
dharma-karma all prescribed duties; CC Madhya 16.148
bhakta-dharma of the duty of a devotee; CC Madhya 16.148
jīvera dharma the situation of the conditioned soul; CC Madhya 17.132
bhinna bhinna dharma different grades of religious principles; CC Madhya 17.184
dharma-sthāpana-hetu to establish the principles of religion; CC Madhya 17.185
dharma sāra the essence of all religion; CC Madhya 17.185
dharma religious principles; CC Madhya 19.146
dharma-ācāri-madhye among persons who actually follow the Vedic principles or religious system; CC Madhya 19.147
satya-dharmā the religious principles of perfection (satya, śama, titikṣā and so on); CC Madhya 19.165
nija-dharma one's own religion; CC Madhya 20.6
dharma dekhi' observing religious principles; CC Madhya 20.27
dharma-hāni haya that is a religious discrepancy; CC Madhya 20.92
dharma religious principles; CC Madhya 20.219
dharma characteristics; CC Madhya 20.247
samāna-dharmā equally powerful; CC Madhya 20.316
dharma-sāvarṇye in the Dharma-sāvarṇya-manvantara; CC Madhya 20.327
karena yuga-dharma manifests His pastimes in different millenniums; CC Madhya 20.330
dharma-dhyāna religious principles and meditation; CC Madhya 20.334
dharma the occupational duty; CC Madhya 20.335
dharma the occupational duty; CC Madhya 20.336
kali-yugera dharma the occupational duty in the Age of Kali; CC Madhya 20.339
dharma pravartana kare introduces a particular type of religious activity; CC Madhya 20.341
gṛha-dharma household duties; CC Madhya 21.143
loka-dharma social etiquette; CC Madhya 21.143
veda-dharma performance of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies; CC Madhya 22.59
varṇa-āśrama-dharma the regulative principle of four varṇas and four āśramas; CC Madhya 22.93
sat-dharma-śikṣā instruction in the transcendental process of devotional service; CC Madhya 22.115
vidhi-dharma chāḍi' giving up all regulative principles of the varṇa and āśrama institution; CC Madhya 22.142
dharma-amṛtam eternal religious principle of Kṛṣṇa consciousness; CC Madhya 23.113
dharma-varmaṇi the strong arms of religious principles; CC Madhya 24.320
dharma-jñāna-ādibhiḥ saha along with religious principles, transcendental knowledge, and so on; CC Madhya 24.321
dharma-ādi of religious activities and so on; CC Madhya 25.121
prema-dharma character of love of Godhead; CC Antya 1.149
dharma-setoḥ the bridge of religion; CC Antya 1.155
dharma in the form of dedication to the husband, etc.; CC Antya 1.167
dharma bujhāite to establish principles of religion or duty; CC Antya 2.143
dharma religious principles; CC Antya 3.23
vairāgya-dharma from the life of a mendicant; CC Antya 3.105
vaiṣṇava-dharma the cult of Vaiṣṇavism; CC Antya 3.147
dharma-karma all religious activities and regulative principles; CC Antya 3.184
kula-dharma family business; CC Antya 4.28
tamaḥ-dharma performed under the mode of ignorance; CC Antya 4.57
tamaḥ-dharma on the platform of the mode of ignorance; CC Antya 4.60
dharma-adharma what is pious and what is impious; CC Antya 4.77
dharma activities; CC Antya 4.81
dharma śikhāite to teach religious principles; CC Antya 4.82
manaḥ-dharma speculative mental creations; CC Antya 4.176
dharma duty; CC Antya 4.179
nija-dharma yāya I deviate from My duty; CC Antya 4.180
dharma the principles; CC Antya 6.222
dharma the duty; CC Antya 7.11
dharma religious principle; CC Antya 7.104
dharma religious principles; CC Antya 7.105
dharma-marma real religious principles; CC Antya 7.106
pati-vratā-dharma the religious principle of a chaste woman; CC Antya 7.106
kare dharma nāśa destroys the regulative principles; CC Antya 8.16
dharma religious principle; CC Antya 8.64
sannyāsīra dharma the religion of a sannyāsī; CC Antya 8.65
kara dharma nāśa you spoil their religious principles; CC Antya 8.75
dharma activities; CC Antya 8.77
dharma religious principles; CC Antya 8.84
yatira dharma the religious principle of a sannyāsī; CC Antya 8.85
dharma principles of devotional service; CC Antya 10.100
dharma religion; CC Antya 12.30
mora nija-dharma my own religious duty; CC Antya 13.97
loka-veda-dharma social and Vedic religious principles; CC Antya 14.43
dharma-adharma piety and impiety; CC Antya 15.72
dharma religion; CC Antya 16.121-122
dharma religion; CC Antya 16.126
dharma religion; CC Antya 16.127
lajjā-dharma shame and religion; CC Antya 16.128
dharma religious principles; CC Antya 17.36
dharma religious principles; CC Antya 17.36
dharma characteristic nature; CC Antya 18.97
dharma-nāśa destruction of religion; CC Antya 19.9
samāna-dharmā equally powerful; Bs 5.46