praja

prajā-patiḥ the Lord of creatures; BG 3.10
prajā progeny; SB 1.2.27
prajā living beings; SB 1.6.24
prajā the people in general; SB 1.7.32
prajā-rūpeṇa in the form of his son Aśvatthāmā; SB 1.7.45
prajā-bhartuḥ of one who is engaged in the maintenance of the citizens; SB 1.8.50
prajā-drohāt because of killing the subjects; SB 1.9.1
bāla-prajā having young children; SB 1.9.13
prajā-tīrthe on the occasion of giving in charity on the birthday of a son; SB 1.12.14
prajā-tantau descending line; SB 1.12.15
prajā those who are born; SB 1.12.19
prajā-anugraha doing good to the living being; SB 1.19.19
prajā-kāmaḥ one who desires many offspring; SB 2.3.2-7
prajā-patiḥ the leader of all living entities; SB 2.4.20
prajā-īśāḥ the father of the living beings; SB 2.6.43-45
prajā living entities; SB 2.9.19
prajā-sargam generation of the living entities; SB 2.9.29
prajā the living entities; SB 2.9.30
prajā-patiḥ the forefather of all living entities; SB 2.9.40
prajā-ānanda sex pleasure; SB 2.10.26
prajā-patīn Brahmā and his sons like Dakṣa and others; SB 2.10.37-40
prajā one who is born; SB 3.5.20
prajā-patīnām of the demigods like Brahmā and others; SB 3.7.25
prajā-patiḥ the father of the living entities; SB 3.12.16
prajā-patīn all the progenitors of living entities; SB 3.12.33
prajā the living entities born in the material world; SB 3.13.12
prajā-bhartuḥ with the protector of the living beings; SB 3.13.12
prajā-patiḥ the Lord of the living entities; SB 3.13.47
prajā-vatīnām of those who have children; SB 3.14.11
prajā-sarge for the purpose of creating living beings; SB 3.20.9
prajā of the living entities; SB 3.21.24
prajā-patīnām of the Prajāpatis; SB 3.22.20
prajā-patiḥ Lord Brahmā; SB 3.31.36
prajā-pateḥ of the progenitor of mankind; SB 3.33.15
prajā-īśa O lord of created beings; SB 4.7.2
prajā son; SB 4.13.21
prajā-pālaḥ the king; SB 4.13.23
prajā-apadeśam son in name only; SB 4.13.45
prajā-pālaḥ the king; SB 4.14.11
prajā-patiḥ progenitor of mankind; SB 4.16.22
prajā-pate O protector of the people; SB 4.19.38
prajā-pālanam ruling over the general mass of people; SB 4.20.14
prajā-pate O master of the citizens; SB 4.20.33
prajā citizens; SB 4.21.50
prajā-patiḥ a protector of citizens; SB 4.23.1-3
su-praja-tamaḥ surrounded by many children; SB 4.23.33
prajā-patiḥ the post of Prajāpati; SB 4.24.9
prajā-sarge in the matter of begetting children; SB 4.24.14
prajā-sarge at the time of creating population; SB 4.24.73
prajā-īśvarāḥ the controllers of all living entities; SB 4.24.73
prajā-pate O ruler of the citizens; SB 4.25.7
prajā-ānandaḥ the pleasure of generations; SB 4.25.39
prajā-pate O Prajāpati; SB 4.27.7
prajā-nāśam annihilation of the living entities; SB 4.27.29
prajā-adhyakṣāḥ the rulers of humankind; SB 4.29.42-44
prajā-sarga the mass of citizens; SB 4.29.81
prajā-visarge to create progeny; SB 4.30.15
prajā living beings; SB 4.30.39-40
prajā-patīn progenitors of living entities; SB 4.30.39-40
prajā sons and daughters; SB 5.4.14
prajā-pālana of protecting the subjects; SB 5.15.7
prajā-saṃyamanaḥ yamaḥ Lord Yamarāja, who controls the living entities; SB 6.3.11
prajā-sargāya for generating the population; SB 6.4.10
prajā-visargeṇa by the generation of living entities; SB 6.4.17
prajā-sargam the creation of the living entities; SB 6.4.20
prajā-kāmam desiring to increase the population; SB 6.4.42
prajā-nātha O king of population; SB 6.4.44
prajā-sargam creation of living entities; SB 6.4.52
prajā-sarge to increase the population; SB 6.5.2
prajā-vivṛddhaye for the purpose of increasing the population; SB 6.5.4-5
prajā-sarge in increasing progeny or population; SB 6.5.25
prajā-sarga-dhiyaḥ who were under the impression that begetting children was the most important duty; SB 6.5.29
prajā citizens; SB 6.14.19
prajā-kāmaḥ desiring offspring; SB 6.14.22
prajā-kāma of a desire to have sons; SB 6.14.37
prajā-vati who begot a son; SB 6.14.38
mṛta-prajā a woman whose children are dead; SB 6.19.26-28
prajā-īśvaraiḥ by many demigods, the masters of different regions; SB 7.4.3
prajā-īśāḥ the prajāpatis created by Lord Brahmā, who have created generations of living entities; SB 7.8.49
prajā-goptuḥ who maintain the subjects; SB 7.11.14
prajā-atyaye when there was killing of the people in general; SB 8.11.34
prajā-pālāḥ the rulers of the world, namely the sons and grandsons of Manu; SB 8.14.6
prajā-īśa-rūpeṇa in the form of the Prajāpati Marīci and others; SB 8.14.9
prajā-adhyakṣaḥ Prajāpati; SB 8.16.13
prajā-kāmasya desiring offspring; SB 8.16.24
prajā-artham for the sake of getting sons; SB 9.1.13
prajā-īśa the controllers of the prajās; SB 9.4.53-54
prajā-vantam bore a son within the womb; SB 9.8.3
prajā-īśāḥ the Prajāpatis; SB 9.10.14
prajā-īśa-ādīn headed by Lord Brahmā; SB 9.16.31
prajā-sarge in the creation of progeny; SB 10.3.33
prajā-āśāyāḥ nivṛttasya of one who was almost hopeless of getting a son at this age; SB 10.5.23
prajā a son; SB 10.5.23
prajā-asavaḥ those whose love for their children is the same as their love for their own life; SB 10.12.15
sva-prajā by Your own subject; SB 10.16.51
prajā her son; SB 10.17.19
prajā of those who take birth; SB 10.45.42-44
prajā of the citizens; SB 10.49.5-6
prajā of the citizens; SB 10.50.57
prajā whose son; SB 10.55.15
prajā-patiḥ the progenitor of mankind; SB 10.63.35-36
prajā of progeny; SB 10.73.22
prajā-arthaḥ wanting a child; SB 11.2.8
prajā-īśaiḥ and hy the progenitors of universal population (headed by Marīci); SB 11.6.1
prajā of their children; SB 11.7.64
prajā-vān having responsible children; SB 11.17.55
prajā-īśvarāḥ the progenitors of the universe's population; SB 11.31.1
prajā of progeny; SB 12.2.22
prajā-sūtiḥ the creation of progeny; SB 12.2.23
prajā-bhakṣāḥ consuming the populace; SB 12.3.32
prajā-patiḥ the demigod of procreation; SB 12.11.6-8
prajā-gaṇa the citizens; CC Antya 14.48
prajā-sarge in creating offspring; Bs 5.57