kama

kāma-ātmānaḥ desirous of sense gratification; BG 2.42-43
kāma-kāmī one who desires to fulfill desires; BG 2.70
kāma-dhuk bestower; BG 3.10
kāma-rūpeṇa in the form of lust; BG 3.39
kāma-rūpam in the form of lust; BG 3.43
kāma based on desire for sense gratification; BG 4.19
kāma-kāreṇa for enjoying the result of work; BG 5.12
kāma desire; BG 5.23
kāma from desires; BG 5.26
kāma passion; BG 7.11
kāma-kāmāḥ desiring sense enjoyments; BG 9.21
kāma-dhuk the surabhi cow; BG 10.28
kāma-haitukam it is due to lust only; BG 16.8
kāma-upabhoga sense gratification; BG 16.11-12
kāma of lust; BG 16.11-12
kāma lust; BG 16.11-12
kāma-bhogeṣu to sense gratification; BG 16.16
kāma-kārataḥ acting whimsically in lust; BG 16.23
kāma of lust; BG 17.5-6
kāma-īpsunā by one with desires for fruitive results; BG 18.24
kāma sense gratification; BG 18.34
kāma lust and desire; SB 1.2.19
kāma desires for sense satisfaction; SB 1.6.35
kāma desire; SB 1.8.35
kāma-karmabhiḥ from fruitive activities; SB 1.9.23
kāma fulfillment of desires; SB 1.9.28
kāma necessities; SB 1.10.4
kāma-abhiniveśita fully absorbed in sense gratification; SB 1.18.45
kāma-kāmaḥ one who desires sense gratification; SB 2.3.9
sarva-kāma all that we need; SB 2.6.7
kāma-dughaḥ source of all desires; SB 3.1.34
kāma-rūpiṇaḥ who could assume any form they liked; SB 3.2.30
kāma sense gratification; SB 3.7.32
kāma-dugha-ańghri-padmam the lotus feet of the Lord, which can award all desired fruits; SB 3.8.26
kāma sense gratification; SB 3.9.7
kāma-agninā by strong sex urges; SB 3.9.8
kāma desires; SB 3.9.40
apatya-kāmā desirous of having a child; SB 3.14.8
kāma-dughaiḥ yielding desire; SB 3.15.16
kāma-anujena by the younger brother of lust (anger); SB 3.15.31
kāma-yānā is anxious to secure; SB 3.16.20
kāma-lavāya for obtaining trivial pleasures; SB 3.21.14
kāma-dugha yielding all desires; SB 3.21.15
kāma-hataḥ conquered by lusty desires; SB 3.21.16
kāma desires; SB 3.21.21
kāma to sensual pleasures; SB 3.22.12
kāma-gam moving at will; SB 3.23.12
kāma desires; SB 3.23.13
kāma-gena which flew according to his desire; SB 3.23.41
kāma sexual pleasure; SB 3.23.46
kāma lust; SB 3.25.16
kāma-sambhavaḥ the rise of desire; SB 3.26.27
kāma-mūḍhaḥ infatuated by lust; SB 3.32.2
kāma sense gratification; SB 3.32.5
kāma-ātmānaḥ aspiring for sense gratification; SB 3.32.17
kāma-varam desired benediction; SB 4.1.32
kāma-dughaiḥ yielding desires; SB 4.6.13
kāma-dughaiḥ yielding desires; SB 4.6.28
kāma-upasṛṣṭaḥ being afflicted by all sorts of desires; SB 4.7.28
dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation; SB 4.8.41
sarva-kāma all desirables; SB 4.18.26
sarva-kāma all desirables; SB 4.18.28
sarva-kāma all desires; SB 4.19.7
kāma desires; SB 4.20.5
kāma-sandohāḥ fulfilling one's desirable objectives; SB 4.21.23
kāma-dugha fulfilling all desires; SB 4.21.33
kāma sense gratification; SB 4.22.34
kāma sense gratification; SB 4.23.35
kāma-rūpiṇīm very attractive to fulfill lusty desires; SB 4.25.21
kāma desiring; SB 4.25.28
kāma-bhogān the materials for sense gratification; SB 4.25.37
kāma-ātmā lusty; SB 4.25.56
kāma full of lust; SB 4.27.5
sarva-kāma all kinds of desirable objects; SB 4.27.14
kāma-mohitā being illusioned by lust; SB 4.27.21
kāma of sense enjoyment; SB 4.29.23-25
kāma-āśayaḥ pursuing different types of desires; SB 4.29.30-31
kāma-sukha of sense gratification; SB 4.29.54
kāma-varān all benedictions to fulfill desires; SB 4.30.10
hantu-kāmā desirous to destroy; SB 5.9.18
kāma-karaṇḍaḥ the storehouse of fruitive desire; SB 5.14.4
avidyā-kāma by ignorance and lust; SB 5.14.5
agni-kāma by the desire for fire; SB 5.14.7
kāma-madhu-lavān little drops of honeylike sense gratification; SB 5.14.22
kāma-dughāḥ fulfilling all desires; SB 5.16.24
kāma from lust; SB 5.17.13
akhila-kāma-lampaṭā although maintaining all kinds of material desire; SB 5.18.21
kāma-lampaṭaḥ a person who is very attached to lusty desires for bodily enjoyment; SB 5.19.14
kāma-giriḥ Kāmagiri; SB 5.19.16
kāma-bhoga enjoyment of sense gratification; SB 5.24.8
kāma-mohitaḥ being deluded by lusty desires; SB 5.26.26
kāma-liptena decorated with turmeric to incite lusty desires; SB 6.1.61
kāma due to lusty desire; SB 6.2.36-37
kāma-hataḥ being enchanted by lust; SB 6.3.33
kāma-devāt from the hands of Cupid or lusty desire; SB 6.8.17
kāma of sexual desire; SB 6.9.9
kāma-dhuk supplying all the necessities; SB 6.14.10
prajā-kāma of a desire to have sons; SB 6.14.37
kāma-dhiyaḥ desires for sense gratification; SB 6.16.39
pūrṇa-kāma O Lord, whose desire is always fulfilled; SB 6.19.4
sarva-kāma all desires; SB 6.19.19-20
kāma-dughāḥ which can deliver as much milk as one desires; SB 7.4.16
kāma-dṛśām of lusty women; SB 7.6.17-18
kāma-analam the blazing fire of lusty desires; SB 7.9.25
kāma-abhikāmam desiring the sense objects; SB 7.9.28
kāma-āturam always full of different desires and lusty propensities; SB 7.9.39
kāma-pūraḥ who fulfills everyone's desire; SB 7.9.52
kāma-āśayam full of lusty desires; SB 7.11.33-34
kāma-bindubhiḥ by small drops of clarified butter; SB 7.11.33-34
kāma-lobhena impelled by lust and greed; SB 7.15.16
kāma-vivarjanāt by giving up the objective of sense desire; SB 7.15.22
kāma-ādi for sense gratification; SB 7.15.23
kāma-hatam being defeated by lusty desires; SB 7.15.32-33
kāma-ādibhiḥ by various lusty desires; SB 7.15.35
kāma-bhogeṣu in sense gratification (in gṛhastha life); SB 8.1.7
dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation; SB 8.3.19
kāma-adhvara sacrifices for sense gratification (like Dakṣa-yajña, the sacrifices performed by Dakṣa); SB 8.7.32
kāma material desires; SB 8.8.20
bhṛtya-kāma-kṛt who is always ready to fulfill the desires of His servants; SB 8.8.37
kāma-gam able to fly anywhere he desired; SB 8.10.16-18
kāma-pūram who fulfills all desires; SB 8.12.47
kāma-rūpiṇaḥ who could assume any form they liked; SB 8.15.32
kāma-dughān which fulfill one's desires; SB 8.16.9
kāma-upanayena by satisfying; SB 8.20.10
kāma-varam the desired benediction; SB 9.1.22
kāma-kāmyayā with a desire for sense gratification; SB 9.4.18-20
kāma by lusty desires; SB 9.8.25
kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activities; SB 9.8.26
kāma-ārtāyāḥ of a woman very much bereaved because of sexual desire; SB 9.9.35
kāma-varaḥ the benediction to have whatever he wanted; SB 9.9.45
kāma-vaśam influenced by lusty desires; SB 9.10.27
kāma-dughāḥ full of their respective opulences; SB 9.10.52
kānta-kāma fulfilling one's desires; SB 9.11.30
strī-kāma O you who have lusty desires for women; SB 9.18.36
kāma-graha-grastaḥ being haunted by the ghost of lusty desire; SB 9.19.4
kāma-hatasya because of being victimized by lusty desires; SB 9.19.13
kāma-santaptaḥ being agitated by lusty desires; SB 9.20.10
sarva-kāma-vara-īśvarīm because you are the best of the demigods who can fulfill all material desires; SB 10.2.10
sarva-kāma of all material desires; SB 10.2.10
kāma-ditsayā wishing to fulfill the desire; SB 10.3.36
kāma-rūpa-dharān who could assume any form, according to their own desire; SB 10.4.44
kāma-cāriṇī one who could move according to her own desire; SB 10.6.4
kāma desire; SB 10.13.53
kāma-aktam tainted with lust; SB 10.20.14
kāma-anusevayā by enjoying acquired desired objects; SB 10.20.21
kāma-rūpī assuming any form at will (such as that of the snakes who live upon the hill); SB 10.24.37
kāma because of desires; SB 10.28.13
kāma by the lust; SB 10.29.38
kāma-yānāḥ who are impelled by lusty desire; SB 10.30.35-36
kāma desires; SB 10.31.5
kāma the desires; SB 10.31.13
kāma by lusty desires; SB 10.33.18
kāma of lust; SB 10.35.2-3
kāma by material desires; SB 10.40.27
kāma by lust; SB 10.48.1
kāma of lust; SB 10.48.2
kāma of material desire; SB 10.48.10
kāma-dhuk the mystic cow, milked for fulfillment of any desire; SB 10.52.31
kāma as he desired; SB 10.55.3
kāma-devam as Cupid; SB 10.55.7-8
kāma in the pleasure; SB 10.59.43
kāma of desires; SB 10.60.43
kāma-ātmānaḥ lusty by nature; SB 10.60.52
kāma-pūra fulfilling desires; SB 10.62.5
kāma of Cupid (Pradyumna); SB 10.62.29-30
kāma by whim; SB 10.65.26
kāma of sense gratification; SB 10.69.43
kāma at will; SB 10.76.6
kāma-gam moving at his will; SB 10.76.8
kāma-koṣṇīm to Kāmakoṣṇī; SB 10.79.11-15
kāma for material desire; SB 10.80.2
kāma of material desire; SB 10.87.39
kāma desires; SB 10.88.29
kāma desire; SB 10.90.24
kāma-devam the lusty desires; SB 10.90.48
putra-kāmā and desirous of getting a son; SB 11.1.13-15
kāma of lust; SB 11.2.50
kāma of lust; SB 11.7.29
kāma-dāḥ who give sense gratification; SB 11.8.36
kāma-ga going wherever one desires; SB 11.10.25
kāma material lusty desires; SB 11.10.27-29
kāma sense activities; SB 11.11.23-24
kāma of material desires; SB 11.13.11
kāma-rūpam assuming any body that one desires; SB 11.15.6-7
a-kāma-krodha-lobhatā being free from lust, anger and greed; SB 11.17.21
sarva-kāma of all material desires; SB 11.19.20-24
kāma lust; SB 11.19.36-39
kāma of lust; SB 11.19.40-45
kāma and sense gratification; SB 11.23.9
kāma and sense enjoyment; SB 11.23.12
kāma-daiḥ those who give such sense gratification; SB 11.23.27
kāma-ādibhiḥ by lust and so on; SB 11.25.9
kāma by lust; SB 11.26.7
kāma-āśayam all lusty desires; SB 12.6.6
kāma-rūpaḥ Takṣaka, who could assume any form he wished; SB 12.6.12
kāma-abhivarṣaṇāt who showers down the fulfillment of desires; SB 12.10.34
kāma sense gratification; CC Adi 1.90
kāma the desire; CC Adi 4.36-37
kāma amorous love; CC Adi 4.115
kāma lust; CC Adi 4.162
kāma lust; CC Adi 4.164
kāma lust; CC Adi 4.165
kāma-preme in lust and love; CC Adi 4.171
kāma lust; CC Adi 4.171
kāma-gandha the slightest bit of lust; CC Adi 4.172
kāma-doṣe the fault of lust; CC Adi 4.195
kāma-gandha-hīna without a trace of lust; CC Adi 4.197
kāma-gandha-hīna without any scent of lust; CC Adi 4.209
koṭi-kāma ten million Cupids; CC Adi 4.242-243
caitanyera kāma all the desires of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; CC Adi 5.156
kāma the desire; CC Madhya 1.282
kāma Cupid; CC Madhya 2.75
kāma-bāṇe by the arrow of Cupid; CC Madhya 8.115
kāma-nirvāpaṇa satisfaction of lust; CC Madhya 8.116
kāma-gāyatrī hymns of desire; CC Madhya 8.138
kāma-bīje by the spiritual seed of desire called klīm; CC Madhya 8.138
sarva-kāma all kinds of lusty desires; CC Madhya 8.180
kāma-krīḍā pastimes of sexual enjoyment; CC Madhya 8.187
kāma lust; CC Madhya 8.215
kāma-krīḍā lusty affairs; CC Madhya 8.215
kāma-nāma the name "lust."; CC Madhya 8.215
sarva-kāma all material desires; CC Madhya 11.29-30
nija-kāma their own duty; CC Madhya 12.85
śata-janera kāma the work of hundreds of men; CC Madhya 12.114
kāma-devam the lusty desires; CC Madhya 13.79
kāma-timińgile the transcendental Cupid in the form of timińgila fish; CC Madhya 13.142
kāma-dhenu cows that can fulfill all desires; CC Madhya 14.223
kāma-dhenu of kāma-dhenu cows that can deliver unlimited milk; CC Madhya 14.228
kāma-dhenu of desire cows; CC Madhya 15.179
kārya-kāma occupational duties; CC Madhya 19.22
kāma execution of the duty; CC Madhya 19.23
kāma-yānāḥ who were desiring the company of Kṛṣṇa; CC Madhya 19.207-209
rāja-kāma government service; CC Madhya 20.38
kāma all desires; CC Madhya 21.97
kāma a desire; CC Madhya 21.104
kāma-bhoge to enjoy with Kṛṣṇa; CC Madhya 21.116
kāma-gāyatrī-mantra-rūpa the hymn known as Kāma-gāyatrī; CC Madhya 21.125
kāma-maya full of desire; CC Madhya 21.125
kāma of lusty desires; CC Madhya 22.14-15
kāma-ādīnām of my masters such as lust, anger, greed, illusion and envy; CC Madhya 22.16
kāma lāgi' for fulfillment of one's material desires; CC Madhya 22.41
kāma chāḍi' giving up all desires for material enjoyment; CC Madhya 22.41
kāma-kāmyayā with a desire for sense gratification; CC Madhya 22.137-139
kāma material desires; CC Madhya 22.140
kāma-cāra-kriyāsu of extravagance; CC Madhya 24.69
mokṣa-kāma desiring to become liberated; CC Madhya 24.89
sarva-kāma filled with all material desires; CC Madhya 24.89
nija-kāma lāgiha even for sense gratification; CC Madhya 24.91
mokṣa-kāma transcendentalists pursuing spiritual knowledge for liberation; CC Madhya 24.95
kāma-ādi aspirations; CC Madhya 24.96
kāma-ādi material desires and so on; CC Madhya 24.97
kāma material desire; CC Madhya 24.198
sarva-kāma full of all material desires; CC Madhya 24.218
chāḍi' saba kāma giving up all sorts of material desires; CC Madhya 24.218
aiche kāma such acts; CC Madhya 24.242
kāma-likhana writing of letters disclosing the gopīs' attachment for Kṛṣṇa; CC Antya 1.140
kāma of lusty desires or Cupid; CC Antya 1.151
kāma desire; CC Antya 3.241
kāma lust; CC Antya 5.45-46
kāma-gandha-hīna without a scent of material lust; CC Antya 7.39
kāma business; CC Antya 8.46
manaḥ-kāma the desires of the mind; CC Antya 11.90
kāma satisfaction of the senses; CC Antya 12.30
kāma-śare by the arrows of lust; CC Antya 17.36
kāma-jñāna understanding as Cupid; CC Antya 17.57
kāma as Cupid; CC Antya 17.57
kāma-arka-tapta-kumudinī exactly like lilies becoming very hot in the sun of lusty desire; CC Antya 19.38
kāma-bījena with the kāma-bīja (klīṃ); Bs 5.3
kāma the kāma-bīja (klīṃ); Bs 5.24
kāma amorous passion; Bs 5.55
kāma-upabhoge for sense enjoyment; MM 5
kāma of lust; NBS 44
kāma desire; NBS 65