jyotih

antaḥ-jyotiḥ aiming within; BG 5.24
jyotiḥ light; BG 8.24
jyotiḥ the light; BG 8.25
jyotiḥ the source of light; BG 13.18
jyotiḥ-anīkam the luminary planets; SB 2.1.28
jyotiḥ-mayaḥ effulgent; SB 2.2.28
jyotiḥ the sun; SB 2.10.21
jyotiḥ electricity; SB 3.5.34
jyotiḥ electricity; SB 3.5.35
jyotiḥ light; SB 3.12.19
jyotiḥ luminous; SB 3.13.27
jyotiḥ effulgence; SB 3.14.32
svayam-jyotiḥ self-effulgent; SB 3.24.39
svayam-jyotiḥ self-effulgent; SB 3.25.17
svayam-jyotiḥ self-effulgent; SB 3.26.3
jyotiḥ fire; SB 3.28.43
jyotiḥ effulgent; SB 4.20.7
jyotiḥ effulgence; SB 4.24.60
jyotiḥ-mayena dazzling; SB 5.1.30
jyotiḥ manifesting His bodily rays (the Brahman effulgence); SB 5.11.13-14
jyotiḥ-gaṇānām of all the luminaries; SB 5.20.37
jyotiḥ-cakre in the celestial sphere; SB 5.21.11
jyotiḥ-gaṇānām the luminaries; SB 5.23.2
jyotiḥ-gaṇāḥ the luminaries, the planets and stars in the sky; SB 5.23.3
jyotiḥ-anīkam great wheel of planets and stars; SB 5.23.4
jyotiḥ-lokāya unto the resting place of all the planetary systems; SB 5.23.8
ātma-jyotiḥ the spirit soul, which was as brilliant as the effulgence of Brahman; SB 6.12.35
jyotiḥ fire; SB 7.1.9
svayam-jyotiḥ self-effulgent; SB 7.3.26-27
jyotiḥ light; SB 7.15.57
jyotiḥ self-effulgent; SB 8.1.13
svayam-jyotiḥ self-illuminated; SB 8.7.29
jyotiḥ effulgence; SB 8.7.31
ātma-jyotiḥ the rays of His bodily luster, known as the brahmajyoti; SB 9.11.19
jyotiḥ the brahmajyoti, the effulgence of the Supreme Lord; SB 9.18.5
jyotiḥ the luminaries in the sky, such as the sun, the moon and the stars; SB 10.1.43
jyotiḥ light; SB 10.3.24
jyotiḥ-anīkam the luminaries; SB 10.7.35-36
jyotiḥ-cakram the planetary systems; SB 10.8.37-39
jyotiḥ effulgence; SB 10.12.33
svayam-jyotiḥ self-manifested; SB 10.14.23
jyotiḥ its illumination; SB 10.20.4
jyotiḥ effulgence; SB 10.28.15
jyotiḥ fire; SB 10.37.10-11
jyotiḥ fire; SB 10.46.36
jyotiḥ a celestial body; SB 10.54.44
jyotiḥ fire; SB 10.59.30
jyotiḥ like a fire; SB 10.60.20
jyotiḥ light; SB 10.63.34
svayam-jyotiḥ self-luminous; SB 10.70.4-5
jyotiḥ a light; SB 10.74.45
jyotiḥ a light; SB 10.78.10
jyotiḥ and fire; SB 10.82.45
svayam-jyotiḥ self-luminous; SB 10.85.24
jyotiḥ fire; SB 10.85.25
jyotiḥ light; SB 10.89.51
jyotiḥ fire; SB 11.3.14
jyotiḥ the sunrays; SB 11.14.45
jyotiḥ the subtle form of fire, form; SB 11.16.37
jyotiḥ fire; SB 11.22.14
jyotiḥ fire; SB 11.24.22-27
jyotiḥ the light; SB 11.27.47
svayam-jyotiḥ self-luminous; SB 11.28.11
jyotiḥ luminous; SB 11.28.22
svayam-jyotiḥ self-luminous; SB 11.28.35
svayam-jyotiḥ self-luminous; SB 12.5.8
jyotiḥ the spiritual light; SB 12.11.10
jyotiḥ-cakrasya of the celestial sphere; SB 12.12.16
jyotiḥ-maya maṇḍala the atmosphere of the glowing effulgence; CC Adi 5.32
jyotiḥ of the effulgence; CC Adi 5.37
jyotiḥ-maya effulgent rays; CC Adi 5.38
jyotiḥ-maya dhāma impersonal Brahman effulgence; CC Adi 5.51
jyotiḥ effulgence; CC Madhya 14.225
jyotiḥ effulgence; CC Madhya 14.227
jyotiḥ-maya simply effulgent; CC Madhya 20.159
jyotiḥ-cakra of the zodiac; CC Madhya 20.386
jyotiḥ-cakre in the zodiac; CC Madhya 20.387
jyotiḥ-rūpeṇa transcendental; Bs 5.3
jyotiḥ-mayaḥ transcendental; Bs 5.6
jyotiḥ-rūpaḥ halo; Bs 5.8
jyotiḥ-lińga the divine masculine manifested halo; Bs 5.15
jyotiḥ-rūpam the form of effulgence; Bs 5.26
jyotiḥ effulgence; Bs 5.56
jyotiḥ light; MM 15