nyasta-dhiyaḥ one who has given his mind unto Him; SB 1.10.11-12
tamaḥ-dhiyaḥ persons in the lowest material modes; SB 1.10.25
dhiyaḥ by intelligence; SB 3.2.14
hata-dhiyaḥ bereft of memory; SB 3.9.7
dhiyaḥ minds; SB 3.15.17
sanna-dhiyaḥ depressed; SB 3.17.25
mūḍha-dhiyaḥ unintelligent; SB 3.20.37
dhiyaḥ the intelligence; SB 3.26.71
mūḍha-dhiyaḥ foolish; SB 4.2.29
dhiyaḥ those who are thinking; SB 4.6.47
spṛṣṭa-dhiyaḥ bewildered; SB 4.6.48
dhiyaḥ of such intelligence; SB 4.7.27
dhiyaḥ the minds; SB 4.16.2
su-dhiyaḥ the most intelligent persons; SB 4.20.3
dhiyaḥ thinking of Him; SB 4.21.25
dhiyaḥ mind; SB 4.21.31
dhiyaḥ with intelligence; SB 4.24.71
dhiyaḥ intelligence; SB 4.24.79
dhūmra-dhiyaḥ the less intelligent class of men; SB 4.29.48
upahata-dhiyaḥ whose pure consciousness is destroyed; SB 5.6.10
dhiyaḥ senses for gathering knowledge; SB 5.11.9
aindriye dhiyaḥ whose minds are absorbed in thoughts of superior sense gratification; SB 5.18.22
su-dhiyaḥ those whose intelligence is sharp; SB 6.3.26
vismita-dhiyaḥ whose minds were struck with wonder; SB 6.3.34
prajā-sarga-dhiyaḥ who were under the impression that begetting children was the most important duty; SB 6.5.29
mūḍha-dhiyaḥ who am very foolish (due to having no spiritual knowledge); SB 6.15.16
dhiyaḥ and intelligence; SB 6.16.24
kāma-dhiyaḥ desires for sense gratification; SB 6.16.39
apṛthak-dhiyaḥ who do not consider distinctions; SB 6.16.43
dhiyaḥ intelligences; SB 7.4.22-23
adūṣita-dhiyaḥ whose intelligence was not as polluted (as that of their fathers); SB 7.5.56-57
dhiyaḥ of the intelligence; SB 7.7.28
dīna-dhiyaḥ who were less intelligent; SB 8.2.28
dhiyaḥ generally; SB 8.24.6
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditions; SB 9.9.46
jaḍa-dhiyaḥ dull-minded, possessing blunt intelligence; SB 9.10.14
klinna-dhiyaḥ with melted hearts; SB 9.11.5
dhiyaḥ with such feelings; SB 10.7.25
eka-dhiyaḥ voting unanimously; SB 10.11.30
dhiyaḥ their hearts; SB 10.15.18
dhiyaḥ their intelligence; SB 10.16.10
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.23.50
dhiyaḥ their minds; SB 10.28.11
dhiyaḥ their attention; SB 10.40.9
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.44.15
dhiyaḥ whose hearts; SB 10.47.51
dhiyaḥ whose mind; SB 10.60.24
dhiyaḥ their intelligence; SB 10.63.40
avyagra-dhiyaḥ with undivided attention; SB 10.68.21
dhiyaḥ whose mentality; SB 10.70.25
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.83.21
dhiyaḥ their minds; SB 10.84.14
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.87.19
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.87.23
su-dhiyaḥ those who are wise; SB 10.87.32
dhiyaḥ whose mentality; SB 10.89.23
dhiyaḥ the hearts; SB 10.90.13
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 10.90.14
sthūla-dhiyaḥ persons whose intelligence is dulled by materialistic attachments; SB 11.3.17
dhiyaḥ whose intelligence; SB 11.5.9
dhiyaḥ their minds; SB 11.5.48
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their minds; SB 11.6.39
dhiyaḥ of one who perceives; SB 11.7.8
dhiyaḥ their consciousness; SB 11.7.17
mūḍha-dhiyaḥ with stunted intelligence; SB 11.12.8
dhiyaḥ their consciousness; SB 11.12.12
dhiyaḥ those whose intelligence; SB 11.14.9
dhiyaḥ whose consciousness; SB 11.14.17
dhiyaḥ whose minds; SB 11.22.35-36
dhiyaḥ the ideas; SB 11.22.54-55
dhiyaḥ their intelligence; SB 11.23.49
dhiyaḥ their intelligence; SB 11.30.12
kṛta-dhiyaḥ having made up their minds; SB 11.30.22
ṛta-dhiyaḥ of Him whose intelligence always perceives the truth; SB 12.8.44
dhiyaḥ whose minds; CC Madhya 8.224
dhiyaḥ whose minds; CC Madhya 9.123
dhiyaḥ whose understanding; CC Madhya 19.202
dhiyaḥ of the intelligence; CC Madhya 24.217
dhiyaḥ whose hearts; Bs 5.36