kriya

kriyā-viśeṣa pompous ceremonies; BG 2.42-43
kriyā-yogāḥ all activities; SB 1.5.34
kriyā-avasāne at the end of one's prescribed duties; SB 2.2.14
kriyā-āśrayāḥ manifested by such symptoms; SB 2.5.19
kriyā-ātmakaḥ predominantly material activities; SB 2.5.23
kriyā-śaktiḥ initiation that creates; SB 2.5.24
kriyā-śaktiḥ the five senses of activities; SB 2.5.31
kriyā-arthaḥ for the matter of sacrifice; SB 2.7.47
kriyā pastimes; SB 2.10.36
sva-kriyā personal duties; SB 3.5.38
kriyā-arthe for acting; SB 3.5.51
kriyā-arthā for fruitive activities; SB 3.9.9
sat-kriyā-arthaḥ simply for pleasing Your Lordship; SB 3.9.13
kriyā-udayaḥ awakening of activities (work); SB 3.10.15
kriyā working; SB 3.10.16
kriyā-ātmane unto You, the supreme form of all sacrifices; SB 3.13.39
kriyā-yogena by bhakti-yoga worship; SB 3.21.7
kriyā enjoyment of fruitive activities; SB 3.21.21
kriyā of actions; SB 3.21.30
kriyā-śaktiḥ endowed with active power; SB 3.26.23-24
kriyā action; SB 3.26.31
kriyā-śaktiḥ the senses of action; SB 3.26.31
kriyā-yogena by devotional activities; SB 3.29.15
kriyā actions; SB 3.29.33
kriyā fruitive activities; SB 3.32.20
kriyā Kriyā; SB 4.1.39
śraddhā, maitrī, dayā, śāntiḥ, tuṣṭiḥ, puṣṭiḥ, kriyā, unnatiḥ, buddhiḥ, medhā, titikṣā, hrīḥ, mūrtiḥ names of thirteen daughters of Dakṣa; SB 4.1.49-52
kriyā Kriyā; SB 4.1.49-52
kriyā-ucitām according to the activity; SB 4.7.51
dravya-kriyā-devatānām of (sacrifices including various) paraphernalia, activities and demigods; SB 4.12.10
kriyā-yogaḥ devotional service; SB 4.13.3
kriyā action; SB 4.17.29
kriyā senses; SB 4.17.33
kriyā working senses; SB 4.20.11
kriyā activities of the senses; SB 4.20.12
kriyā performances; SB 4.21.34
kriyā activities; SB 4.21.35
kriyā-kāṇḍeṣu in the matter of fruitive activities; SB 4.24.9
kriyā activities; SB 4.24.62
kriyā-śaktiḥ the energy for activities, or the working senses; SB 4.28.58
kriyā-guṇaiḥ by activities or qualities; SB 4.29.3
kriyā-āyāsān full of laborious activities; SB 4.29.28
kriyā activity; SB 4.29.67
kriyā activities; SB 4.31.16
kriyā-kalāpaḥ whose total activities; SB 5.1.6
kriyā-phalam the result of such sacrifice; SB 5.7.6
kriyā-phalam the results of moving the body here and there, such as feeling fatigue; SB 5.12.4
kriyā-arthaiḥ by fruitive activities and their results; SB 5.18.36
kriyā the activities of the senses; SB 5.18.37
kriyā with activities; SB 5.19.25
kriyā activities; SB 6.1.41
kriyā spiritual activities; SB 6.4.46
dravya-jñāna-kriyā-ātmakaḥ consisting of the material elements, the senses for acquiring knowledge, and the acting senses; SB 6.15.25
kriyā-phalam the result of any fruitive activity; SB 6.16.11
kriyā activities; SB 6.19.12
kriyā-mūlaḥ whose root is the performance of yajña and the ritualistic ceremonies mentioned in the Vedas; SB 7.2.11
kriyā-udbhavaiḥ produced from different activities; SB 7.7.26
kriyā activities; SB 7.10.65-66
kriyā such activities; SB 7.12.29-30
kriyā-tyāgaḥ to give up the duty of a householder; SB 7.15.38-39
kriyā-yajñān activities and sacrifices (which elevate one to a higher planetary system); SB 7.15.52
kriyā-advaitam oneness in activities; SB 7.15.62
kriyā-advaitam oneness in activities; SB 7.15.64
kriyā-kāṇḍa ritualistic ceremonies; SB 8.5.35
kriyā-tantūn all spiritual activities; SB 8.13.35
kriyā-kalāpaiḥ by practical activities; SB 9.5.25
kriyā-arhaṇān suitable for offering to the yajña in the śrāddha ceremony; SB 9.6.7
kriyā-jñānam the art of performing ritualistic ceremonies; SB 9.22.38
veda-kriyā by ritualistic ceremonies according to the directions of the Vedas; SB 10.2.34
kriyā-dākṣyam with our expertise in ritualistic activities; SB 10.23.40
kriyā-yogaḥ this fruitive endeavor; SB 10.24.7
kriyā the ritual duties; SB 10.57.28
kriyā of rituals; SB 10.70.6
kriyā of pious work; SB 10.73.14
prati-kriyā repayment; SB 10.82.37
kriyā and of the rituals; SB 10.84.51
kriyā the senses; SB 11.3.37
dravya-jñāna-kriyā based on perception of material objects, knowledge and activities; SB 11.14.46
kriyā regulated work; SB 11.21.1
kriyā-yogam the prescribed method of activity; SB 11.27.1
kriyā-yoga of regulated Deity worship; SB 11.27.49
kriyā-hīnāḥ devoid of regulative principles; SB 12.1.39-40
kriyā to ritualistic ceremonies; SB 12.3.21
kriyā activity; SB 12.6.38
kriyā-yogam the practical method of cultivation; SB 12.11.2-3
kriyā in the systematic practice; SB 12.11.2-3
artha-kriyā-ātmatām the essence of purposeful activity; SB 12.11.16
kriyā of the ritualistic activities; SB 12.11.30
kriyā endeavor; SB 12.11.31
kriyā the verb; CC Adi 4.35
pitṛ-kriyā rituals performed after the death of the father; CC Adi 15.24
kriyā-śakti the creative energy; CC Madhya 20.252
icchā-jñāna-kriyā thinking, feeling, willing, knowledge and activity; CC Madhya 20.254
kriyā-śakti-pradhāna the predominator of the creative energy; CC Madhya 20.255
śravaṇa-ādi-kriyā the process of hearing, chanting and so forth; CC Madhya 22.106
bhajana-kriyā performance of devotional service to Kṛṣṇa (surrendering to the spiritual master and being encouraged by the association of devotees, so that initiation takes place); CC Madhya 23.14-15
kriyā-phale when the fruit of the action; CC Madhya 24.26
kriyā occupation; NBS 72