kule

kule in the family; BG 6.42
brahma-kule in the school of the brāhmaṇas; SB 1.6.8
brahma-kule in the family of the brāhmaṇa; SB 1.16.21
rāja-kule in the administrative family; SB 1.16.21
kūle bank; SB 1.19.17
kule in the society; SB 4.21.37
kule from a family; SB 6.1.65
sura-itara-kule in a family of atheists or demons (who are subordinate to the devotees); SB 7.9.26
kule in the dynasty; SB 7.10.18
guru-kule at the residence of the guru; SB 7.12.1
guru-kule under the care of the spiritual master; SB 7.12.13-14
kule in the dynasty or family; SB 8.19.3
yuṣmat-kule in your dynasty; SB 8.19.4
kule in the dynasty; SB 10.31.4
kule in the school; SB 10.45.30-31
kule in the family; SB 10.49.28
yadu-kule in the Yadu dynasty; SB 10.51.8
ikṣvāku-kule in the dynasty of Ikṣvāku (grandson of Vivasvān, the sun-god); SB 10.51.14
kule into the dynasty; SB 10.51.39-40
kūle upon the shore; SB 10.67.5
kule in the family; SB 10.76.29
guru-kule in the school of their spiritual master; SB 10.80.27
guru-kule in the spiritual master's school; SB 10.80.31
kule in the family; SB 10.88.7
kule family; SB 10.90.39
kule in the family; SB 10.90.44
guru-kule in the āśrama of the spiritual master; SB 11.17.22
guru-kule in the āśrama of the spiritual master; SB 11.17.30
sva-kule His own family; SB 11.30.2
prāk-kūle with the tips of its stalks facing east; SB 12.6.9-10
gańgā-kūle on the bank of the Gańgā; SB 12.6.9-10
yavana-kule in the family of a Muslim; CC Madhya 16.181
hindu-kule in the family of a Hindu; CC Madhya 16.181
yamunāra kūle onto the beach by the Yamunā; CC Antya 15.55