indriyah

indriyaḥ senses; BG 4.39
jita-indriyaḥ having conquered the senses; BG 5.7
vijita-indriyaḥ sensually controlled; BG 6.8
jita-indriyāḥ who have overcome the influence of the senses; SB 1.10.23
indriyaḥ senses; SB 1.13.54
jita-indriyaḥ controlled senses; SB 2.1.23
indriyaḥ one who has such senses; SB 2.9.8
indriyaḥ of the senses; SB 3.7.23
indriyāḥ senses; SB 3.9.7
indriyaḥ whose senses; SB 3.18.14
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 3.19.7
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 3.30.8
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 3.30.18
indriyāḥ their senses; SB 3.32.17
ātura-indriyaḥ who is distressed; SB 4.3.21
indriyaḥ the power of the senses; SB 4.9.22
avicala-indriyaḥ without being disturbed by sense agitation; SB 4.12.14
sunirvṛta-indriyaḥ being very satisfied with getting the opportunity of sense gratification; SB 5.13.17
indriyāḥ whose senses; SB 5.17.20
indriyāḥ senses; SB 5.17.22-23
ākula-indriyaḥ being full of anxiety; SB 6.1.28-29
indriyāḥ whose senses; SB 6.13.1
bala-indriyaḥ whose strength and power of the senses; SB 6.17.2-3
ajita-indriyaḥ unable to control my senses; SB 6.18.40
ajita-indriyaḥ being unable to control the senses; SB 7.4.19
jita-indriyaḥ fully controlling the senses and mind; SB 7.4.31-32
ajita-indriyaḥ who has not conquered the senses; SB 7.6.9
ajita-indriyaḥ because of being unable to control the senses; SB 7.6.15
jita-indriyaḥ having full control over the senses; SB 7.12.6
avahita-indriyaḥ fixed in mind, without deviation; SB 8.5.25
pramuṣita-indriyaḥ whose senses were agitated; SB 8.12.27
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 9.18.46
indriyaḥ senses; SB 10.11.53
akhila-indriyaḥ all actions of the external senses; SB 10.12.44
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriyaḥ whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental bliss; SB 10.13.56
avijita-indriyaḥ who has not controlled the senses; SB 10.20.38
indriyāḥ whose senses; SB 10.33.17
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 10.36.18
indriyaḥ my senses; SB 10.51.32
indriyaḥ His senses; SB 10.62.23-24
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 10.63.41
indriyaḥ whose senses; SB 10.71.18
indriyaḥ whose eyes; SB 10.71.27
indriyaḥ whose senses; SB 10.80.6
ajita-indriyaḥ not having learned to control his senses; SB 11.3.45
ajita-indriyaḥ having never learned to control his senses; SB 11.7.56
indriyaḥ his senses; SB 11.8.7
jita-indriyaḥ one who has conquered the senses; SB 11.8.21
vijita-anya-indriyaḥ one who has conquered all of the other senses; SB 11.8.21
indriyaḥ the senses; SB 11.10.27-29
indriyaḥ whose senses; SB 11.13.11
indriyaḥ the senses; SB 11.14.18
indriyaḥ the senses; SB 11.14.32-33
saṃyata-indriyaḥ completely controlling the senses; SB 11.18.20
indriyaḥ the senses; SB 11.19.40-45
indriyaḥ the senses; SB 11.20.18
jita-indriyaḥ who has conquered his senses; SB 11.20.20
jita-indriyaḥ having subdued his senses; SB 11.25.34
ajita-indriyaḥ having not controlled the senses; SB 11.26.17
saṃyata-indriyaḥ with controlled senses; SB 11.29.41-44
indriyaḥ whose senses; CC Antya 4.178