moksa

mokṣa for liberation; BG 5.27-28
mokṣa-kāńkṣibhiḥ by those who actually desire liberation; BG 17.25
mokṣa-dharmān the acts for salvation; SB 1.9.27
apāńga-mokṣa glance of grace; SB 1.16.32-33
mokṣa-kāmaḥ one who desires liberation; SB 2.3.10
mokṣa-dharmāṇaḥ pledged to the principles of liberation; SB 3.12.5
mokṣa-dvāram the door of liberation; SB 3.25.20
mokṣa for salvation; SB 3.28.3
dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation; SB 4.8.41
mokṣa-dharma-vit the knower of the path of liberation; SB 4.19.32
mokṣa and of liberation; SB 6.5.18
mokṣa the liberation; SB 10.16.32
mokṣa-dharma the process of attaining liberation; SB 11.2.16
mokṣa liberation; SB 11.11.3
mokṣa concerning liberation; SB 11.19.12
mokṣa liberation; SB 11.19.40-45
mokṣa liberation; CC Adi 1.90
mokṣa-vāñchā the desire to merge into the Supreme; CC Adi 1.92
mokṣa-abhisandhiḥ the intention of liberation; CC Adi 1.93
mokṣa-ādi liberation and other principles of religiosity; CC Adi 7.85
mokṣa-ādi liberation and so on; CC Madhya 18.195
mokṣa liberation from material bondage; CC Madhya 19.215
mokṣa-kāmaḥ one who desires to merge into the existence of Brahman; CC Madhya 22.36
mokṣa-kāma desiring to become liberated; CC Madhya 24.89
mokṣa-kāmaḥ desiring liberation; CC Madhya 24.90
mokṣa-kāma transcendentalists pursuing spiritual knowledge for liberation; CC Madhya 24.95
mokṣa-vāñchā the desire for being liberated; CC Madhya 24.101
mokṣa-ākāńkṣī desiring liberation; CC Madhya 24.107
mokṣa-ākāńkṣī those who desire to merge into the impersonal Brahman; CC Madhya 24.121
mokṣa-kāmaḥ desiring liberation; CC Madhya 24.197
mokṣa haya there is liberation; CC Antya 3.177
mokṣa liberation; MM 51