mada

mada-anvitāḥ absorbed in the conceit; BG 16.10
mada in the delusion; BG 16.17
mada-unmathita being intoxicated; SB 1.15.22-23
mada-utpathānām going astray out of false pride; SB 3.1.43
mada intoxication; SB 3.20.29
madirā-mada-andhaḥ one who is blinded by intoxication; SB 3.28.37
maṇimat-mada-ādayaḥ Maṇimān, Mada, etc.; SB 4.4.4
mada by intoxication; SB 4.6.12
mada-andhaḥ being blind with power; SB 4.14.5
mada-vihvalaḥ being intoxicated; SB 4.25.57-61
mada-andha blinded by intoxication; SB 5.2.6
dhana-mada in the form of infatuation by material wealth; SB 5.9.17
mada by intoxication; SB 5.9.18
mada-andhaḥ blinded by false prestige; SB 5.24.16
mada by the intoxication; SB 5.25.5
mada due to intoxication with kindness; SB 5.25.5
mada-mudita delighted by intoxication; SB 5.25.7
mada by intoxication; SB 6.1.58-60
mada due to pride; SB 6.7.2-8
śrī-mada-vikriyām deterioration because of madness due to opulence; SB 6.7.9
mada by the madness; SB 6.13.16
mada-śoṣakaḥ who can remove the madness; SB 6.18.26
mada-cyut liquor dripping from his mouth; SB 8.2.23-24
mada-aśanaiḥ who drank honey; SB 8.2.23-24
mada-vihvala being intoxicated; SB 8.2.23-24
mada-utkaṭāḥ being mad; SB 8.7.13
mada-vihvala-akṣī whose eyes were restless because of youthful pride; SB 8.9.16-17
mada-andhānām blinded by material opulences; SB 8.22.5
mada-śīkaraiḥ with particles of perfumed liquor; SB 9.11.26
mada-utkaṭaḥ too puffed up because of opulence; SB 9.15.20
mada madness; SB 10.4.27
mada-utkaṭau terribly proud and mad; SB 10.10.2-3
mada-āghūrṇita-locanau their eyes rolling with intoxication; SB 10.10.2-3
śrī-mada-andhau being blind with false prestige and opulence; SB 10.10.7
śrī-mada-andhasya who is blinded by temporarily possessing riches and opulence; SB 10.10.13
śrī-mada-andhayoḥ who are blinded by celestial opulence; SB 10.10.19
śrī-mada-andhayoḥ who had become mad after material opulence and had thus become blind; SB 10.10.40
mada-andha blinded by intoxication; SB 10.15.10-12
mada in intoxication; SB 10.17.4
mada of intoxication; SB 10.25.3
mada being maddened; SB 10.25.6
mada of the false pride; SB 10.26.25
mada in the intoxication; SB 10.27.8
mada by the intoxication; SB 10.27.16
mada with intoxication; SB 10.30.12
mada-cyut exuding a secretion from its forehead because of excitement; SB 10.33.24
mada by intoxication; SB 10.35.24-25
mada-karī an excited elephant; SB 10.42.17
mada and the elephant's sweat; SB 10.43.15
mada liquid secreted from the forehead; SB 10.53.15
mada by their intoxication; SB 10.54.41
mada a secretion that flows from the foreheads of excited elephants; SB 10.54.57
mada by the intoxication; SB 10.60.19
mada by the intoxication; SB 10.65.23
mada with intoxication; SB 10.67.9-10
mada by false pride; SB 10.67.14-15
mada by passions; SB 10.68.31
mada of the liquid exuding from their foreheads; SB 10.71.31-32
mada by the intoxication; SB 10.73.10
mada by the intoxication; SB 10.73.12-13
mada due to the intoxication; SB 10.73.19
mada of the intoxication of pride; SB 10.81.37
mada due to the intoxication; SB 10.84.63
mada-cyudbhiḥ exuding mada; SB 10.90.1-7
mada by the intoxication; SB 11.13.36
mada-utsāhaḥ courage based on intoxication; SB 11.25.2-5
mada by intoxication; SB 11.30.17
mṛga-mada musk; CC Adi 4.97
mada-manthara maddened by drinking; CC Adi 5.187
mada-matta one is drunk; CC Adi 7.22
mada-matta being intoxicated by drinking Vāruṇī; CC Adi 17.118
mṛga-mada the fragrance of musk; CC Madhya 2.33
mṛga-mada of musk; CC Madhya 8.171
mṛga-mada deer musk; CC Madhya 18.119
madana-mada the pride of Cupid; CC Madhya 21.131
mada-viḍambi defeating the pride; CC Antya 1.168
mada-kala intoxicated; CC Antya 1.171
mṛga-mada of musk; CC Antya 15.22
mada-hara intoxicating power; CC Antya 15.22
mada-andhaiḥ blinded by the fragrance; CC Antya 15.51
maḍā of a dead body; CC Antya 18.54
kurańga-mada-jit conquering the aromatic smell of musk; CC Antya 19.91
mada-induvara-candana-aguru-sugandhi-carcā-arcitaḥ smeared with the unguents of musk, camphor, white sandalwood and aguru; CC Antya 19.91