nava

nava-dvāre in the place where there are nine gates; BG 5.13
nava nine; SB 2.6.29
nava nine; SB 2.7.39
nava-vidhaḥ of nine different kinds; SB 3.10.14
nava fresh; SB 3.16.20
nava-dhā nine daughters; SB 3.21.29
nava-dhā into nine; SB 3.23.44
nava nine; SB 3.30.24
nava nine; SB 4.1.12
nava fresh; SB 4.6.26
nava-mukhīm with nine gates; SB 4.25.37
nava-dvāram nine gates; SB 4.28.56
nava nine; SB 4.28.57
nava-mukhe in the body having nine gates; SB 4.28.60
nava-dvāram having nine gates; SB 4.29.4
nava-kham having nine apertures; SB 4.29.7
nava nine; SB 5.2.19
nava nine; SB 5.2.20
nava nine; SB 5.2.23
nava nine; SB 5.2.23
nava nine; SB 5.4.10
nava nine; SB 5.4.11-12
nava-nalina-dalāyamāna appearing like the petals of a new lotus flower; SB 5.5.31
nava sa-udaryāḥ nine brothers born of the same womb; SB 5.9.1-2
nava nine; SB 5.16.6
nava-yojana-sahasra 72,000 miles in length; SB 5.16.6
nava-vanaruha-āmoda by the fragrance of lotus flowers; SB 5.17.13
nava nine; SB 5.21.7
nava-koṭi-yojana of 90,000,000 yojanas; SB 5.21.19
nava ever fresh; SB 5.25.7
nava nine; SB 6.4.49-50
tri-nava thrice nine (twenty-seven); SB 6.6.2
nava-adhikāḥ plus nine; SB 6.18.19
nava-lakṣaṇā possessing nine different processes; SB 7.5.23-24
nava new; SB 8.8.24
nava-yauvana newly youthful; SB 8.8.41-46
nava-kañja-locanaḥ and whose eyes are just like the petals of a newly blossomed lotus; SB 8.10.54
nava-śakti-yutam endowed with nine potencies; SB 8.12.9
nava-saugandhika made of fresh, fragrant flowers; SB 8.15.18
nava-varṣa-sametena even by possessing nine varṣas; SB 8.19.22
nava nine; SB 9.3.32
nava nine; SB 9.16.17
tri-nava-sāhasrīḥ three times nine thousand (that is, twenty-seven thousand); SB 9.20.32
nava nine; SB 9.24.52
nava-akṣaḥ nine holes; SB 10.2.27
nava-kuńkuma-kiñjalka with saffron and newly grown kuńkuma flower; SB 10.5.10
nava-kānanam there are many new gardenlike places; SB 10.11.28
tulasī-nava-dāmabhiḥ with garlands of fresh tulasī leaves; SB 10.13.49
nava new; SB 10.20.13
aśoka-nava-pallava by the buds of the aśoka trees; SB 10.23.20-21
nava new; SB 10.29.3
nava ever new; SB 10.39.22
nava soft; SB 10.39.49-50
nava young; SB 10.47.1-2
nava new; SB 10.48.6
nava newly grown; SB 10.51.1-6
nava new; SB 10.52.42
nava newly; SB 10.58.5
nava nine; SB 10.58.50-51
nava ever fresh; SB 10.59.44
nava ever-fresh; SB 10.61.5
nava nine; SB 10.70.30
nava new; SB 10.71.31-32
nava nine; SB 10.77.5
nava times nine; SB 10.83.10
nava new; SB 10.90.1-7
nava nine; SB 11.2.19
nava-dvīpa of the nine islands (comprising Bhārata-varṣa); SB 11.2.19
nava nine; SB 11.2.20-21
nava nine; SB 11.2.27
nava nine; SB 11.8.33
nava-mūrtīnām who worship Me in nine forms; SB 11.16.32
nava nine; SB 11.19.14
nava nine (God, the individual soul, the mahat-tattva, false ego and the five gross elements); SB 11.22.1-3
nava nine; SB 11.22.1-3
nava nine; SB 11.22.14
nava nine; SB 11.22.24
nava nine; SB 11.22.47
nava nine; SB 12.1.11
nava-adhikām plus nine; SB 12.1.29-31
nava-kañja like blooming lotus flowers; SB 12.8.33-34
nava-brahma of the nine brāhmaṇas (the sons of Lord Brahmā, headed by Marīci); SB 12.12.14-15
nava-śaktibhiḥ by His nine energies (prakṛti, puruṣa, mahat, false ego and the five subtle forms of perception); SB 12.12.68
nava nine; SB 12.13.4-9
nava nine; CC Adi 2.93
nava-megha new clouds; CC Adi 3.41
nava nava newer and newer; CC Adi 4.141
nava nava newer and newer; CC Adi 4.141
nava nava newer and newer; CC Adi 4.143
nava nava newer and newer; CC Adi 4.143
ei nava of these nine; CC Adi 9.13-15
ei nava mūle in these nine roots; CC Adi 9.13-15
nava-sańga of new association; CC Madhya 1.211
nava fresh; CC Madhya 2.52
nava-mṛt-kuṇḍikā new earthen pots; CC Madhya 3.53
nava nine; CC Madhya 4.55
nava nine; CC Madhya 4.56
nava-pātre in new pots; CC Madhya 4.65
nava-vastra new cloth; CC Madhya 4.72
nava vastra new cloth; CC Madhya 4.81
nava-vidha nine kinds; CC Madhya 6.190
nava artha of the nine different types of explanations; CC Madhya 6.193
nava-tāruṇyaḥ always freshly youthful; CC Madhya 8.188
nava-rāga of new attraction; CC Madhya 8.195
nava nine; CC Madhya 9.47
nava mate in nine basic principles; CC Madhya 9.49
nava praśna nine different types of questions; CC Madhya 9.50
nava-lakṣaṇā possessing nine different systems, as above mentioned; CC Madhya 9.259-260
nava-dvīpa Navadvīpa; CC Madhya 9.294
nava new; CC Madhya 13.19
nava jana nine persons; CC Madhya 13.74
sei nava sańgama We are meeting in the same new spirit as in the beginning; CC Madhya 13.126
nava jana nine persons; CC Madhya 14.66
nava dina nine days; CC Madhya 14.66
nava dina nine days; CC Madhya 14.104
nava dina nine days; CC Madhya 14.105
nava-vidhā nine processes; CC Madhya 15.107
nava newly grown; CC Madhya 15.213
nava nine; CC Madhya 19.189
nava-khaṇḍe in different sections, nine in number; CC Madhya 20.218
purīra nava-deśe in nine different parts of the city; CC Madhya 20.241
nava-vyūha-rūpe in nine Deities; CC Madhya 20.241
nava-mūrti nine forms; CC Madhya 20.241
nava-uditāḥ nine personalities; CC Madhya 20.242
nava-kiśora newly youthful; CC Madhya 21.101
nava new; CC Madhya 21.107
nava new; CC Madhya 21.109
nava nava kṣaṇe kṣaṇa newer and newer at every moment; CC Madhya 21.118
nava nava kṣaṇe kṣaṇa newer and newer at every moment; CC Madhya 21.118
nava nava newer and newer; CC Madhya 21.118
nava nava newer and newer; CC Madhya 21.118
nava nine; CC Madhya 23.20
nava-vayāḥ youthful; CC Madhya 23.87-91
nava prakāra nine kinds; CC Madhya 24.30
nava nine; CC Madhya 24.118
nava nine; CC Madhya 24.120
nava-anurāgam new attachment; CC Antya 1.136
nava fresh; CC Antya 1.148
nava-rasā being influenced by new ecstatic love; CC Antya 1.155
nava-jāguḍa-dyuti the brilliance of newly painted kuńkuma; CC Antya 1.165
nava-khaṇḍa-vāsī the inhabitants of the nine khaṇḍas; CC Antya 2.10
nava-vidhā bhakti the nine prescribed methods of devotional service; CC Antya 4.70
nava-khaṇḍe in nine khaṇḍas; CC Antya 9.9
nava-ambuda a newly formed cloud; CC Antya 15.63
nava new; CC Antya 15.63
nava-ghana a newly formed cloud; CC Antya 15.64
nava-ghana of new clouds; CC Antya 17.41
nava-ghana new cloud; CC Antya 18.86
nava-meghe in a new cloud; CC Antya 19.39
nava-ambuda a new rain cloud; CC Antya 19.39
nava-abhra-garjita jini' conquering the vibrations of new clouds; CC Antya 19.42
nava-yauvanam a blooming youth; Bs 5.33