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sva-rāṭ fully independent; SB 1.1.1
sva-rāṭ the emperor; SB 1.15.38
eka-rāṭ the one emperor; SB 1.18.5
eka-rāṭ undisputed proprietor; SB 3.5.24
sva-rāṭ fully independent; SB 3.12.54
mṛga-rāṭ the lion; SB 3.13.32
bhūta-rāṭ the king of the ghosts; SB 3.14.24
daitya-rāṭ the chief of the Daityas (demons); SB 3.17.23
ahi-rāṭ a great cobra; SB 3.18.13
sva-rāṭ the omnipotent (Lord Brahmā); SB 3.20.16
sva-rāṭ independent; SB 3.24.10
sva-rāṭ the individual consciousness; SB 3.32.29
bhūta-rāṭ the lord of the bhūtas; SB 4.2.32
rāja-rāṭ the emperor; SB 4.18.29
gṛdhra-rāṭ the king of vultures; SB 4.19.16
sva-rāṭ Indra; SB 4.19.17
sva-rāṭ the independent Indra; SB 4.19.21
uḍu-rāṭ the moon; SB 4.21.14
sva-rāṭ but still fully independent; SB 4.21.39
rāṭ iva like the king of; SB 4.22.58
dharma-rāṭ iva like King Yamarāja (the superintendent of death); SB 4.22.59
bhūta-rāṭ iva like Rudra, or Sadāśiva; SB 4.22.60
mṛga-rāṭ iva like the king of the animals, the lion; SB 4.22.61
pura-rāṭ the King of the city (Purañjana); SB 4.25.49
giri-rāṭ the Himalaya Mountains; SB 6.12.27-29
eka-rāṭ the powerful dictator; SB 7.4.9-12
eka-rāṭ the one emperor of the whole universe; SB 7.4.19
asura-rāṭ the Emperor of the asuras; SB 7.5.4
sva-rāṭ the Supreme Brahman or Lord Brahmā; SB 7.15.54
daitya-rāṭ the Emperor of the Daityas, Mahārāja Bali; SB 8.6.28
giri-rāṭ the king of mountains; SB 8.7.12
sva-rāṭ Indra; SB 8.10.25
mṛga-rāṭ a lion; SB 8.11.30
sva-rāṭ iva equal to the position of Indra; SB 8.13.14
sva-rāṭ-vapuḥ in the form of the king; SB 8.14.9
yakṣa-rāṭ Kuvera, the treasurer of heaven and King of the Yakṣas; SB 8.18.17
patattri-rāṭ Garuḍa, the king of the birds; SB 8.21.16-17
ṛkṣa-rāṭ the King of the Ṛkṣas, Jāmbavān; SB 9.10.42-43
vara-da-rāṭ the best of all who can bestow benedictions; SB 10.3.36
gaja-rāṭ a mighty elephant; SB 10.26.3
ibha-rāṭ a lordly elephant; SB 10.33.22
bhoja-rāṭ the King of the Bhojas; SB 10.36.21
bhoja-rāṭ the Bhoja king, Kaṃsa; SB 10.44.31
ibha-rāṭ a royal elephant; SB 10.46.25
sva-rāṭ sovereign ruler; SB 10.51.52
rāṭ the king; SB 10.65.30
mṛga-rāṭ the lion, king of the animals; SB 10.70.29
rāṭ king; SB 10.72.8
rāṭ the king; SB 10.72.24-25
eka-rāṭ the emperor, Yudhiṣṭhira; SB 10.74.47
rāṭ the King (Lord Indra); SB 10.74.51
rāṭ the king (Rājasūya); SB 10.75.18
kuru-rāṭ the Kuru prince, Duryodhana; SB 10.75.32
saubha-rāṭ lord of Saubha; SB 10.77.10
saubha-rāṭ the lord of Saubha; SB 10.77.16
saubha-rāṭ the master of Saubha (Śālva); SB 10.77.25
kāśi-rāṭ the King of Kāsi; SB 10.82.23-26
mṛga-rāṭ the king of animals, the lion; SB 10.83.33
daitya-rāṭ the King of the Daityas (Bali); SB 10.85.35
mṛga-rāṭ the king of animals, the lion; SB 10.86.10
sva-rāṭ self-effulgent; SB 10.87.28
rāṭ the king; SB 10.88.32
yakṣa-rāṭ the lord of the Yakṣas (Kuvera); SB 10.90.8-9
uḍu-rāṭ the king of stars, the moon; SB 11.6.36
giri-rāṭ the Himalaya Mountains; SB 11.23.38-39
sarpa-rāṭ the king of snakes; SB 12.6.24
sva-rāṭ self-manifesting; SB 12.6.39
sva-rāṭ King Indra; SB 12.8.31
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 8.266
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 20.359
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 25.148
rāṭ the king; CC Antya 18.25