sankhya

sāńkhya analytical study of the material world; BG 5.4
sāńkhya complete knowledge of matter and spirit; SB 2.1.6
sāńkhya-ācāryaiḥ by ācāryas expert in Sāńkhya philosophy; SB 3.24.19
sāńkhya of the Sāńkhya philosophy; SB 3.33.35
sāńkhya-yoga-īśvarāya the master of the principles of sāńkhya-yoga; SB 4.24.42
sāńkhya-śirase who taught the Sāńkhya philosophy or who actually gives knowledge of Sāńkhya to the people of the world; SB 5.14.45
sańkhyā the measurement; SB 5.18.31
sańkhyā number; SB 5.18.33
sāńkhya-nidarśanāya who is the revealer of this numerical knowledge; SB 5.18.33
sāńkhya by the sāńkhya-yoga system (the analytical study of material conditions); SB 5.19.10
sāńkhya-ātmanaḥ the origin of all Vedic literatures; SB 8.7.30
sāńkhya the philosophical way of sāńkhya-yoga; SB 8.24.55
sāńkhya-mayī having the form of the philosophy analyzing the material world (Sāńkhya philosophy); SB 9.8.13
sāńkhya-yogaiḥ by reading the literature of sāńkhya-yoga; SB 10.8.45
sāńkhya of sāńkhya analysis; SB 10.85.39
sańkhyā the counting; SB 10.90.40
sāńkhya-yoga in the spiritual science composed of analytical knowledge and devotion to the Supreme; SB 11.7.21
sāńkhya of the philosophical method of distinguishing matter from spirit; SB 11.13.38
sāńkhya-vidhiḥ method of Sāńkhya (analytic philosophy); SB 11.24.29
sańkhyā of the counting (of verses); SB 12.13.3
sāńkhya Sāńkhya philosophy; CC Adi 6.18
sańkhyā-atīta innumerable; CC Adi 10.159
koṭi-sańkhya loka an unlimited number of people; CC Madhya 1.164
sāńkhya followers of Kapila; CC Madhya 9.42
lakṣa-sańkhya numbering hundreds of thousands; CC Madhya 17.188
sańkhya-atītaḥ numbering beyond calculation; CC Madhya 19.140
sāńkhya by the philosophers who analytically study the universe (as the Puruṣa); CC Madhya 19.204
sańkhya counting; CC Madhya 20.348
sańkhyā the count; CC Madhya 21.19
sāńkhya kahe the atheistic Sāńkhya philosophers say; CC Madhya 25.50
sańkhyā-nāma the number of holy names; CC Antya 3.114-115
sańkhyā-nāma-sańkīrtana numerical chanting of the holy name; CC Antya 3.240
sāńkhya by the philosophers who analytically study the universe; CC Antya 7.33
sańkhyā-nāma a fixed number of rounds; CC Antya 7.83
sańkhyā lāgi' for counting; CC Antya 9.57
sańkhyā sańkīrtana chanting the fixed number of rounds; CC Antya 11.17
sańkhyā-kīrtana the fixed amount of chanting; CC Antya 11.19
sańkhyā-kīrtana fixed amount of chanting; CC Antya 11.23
sańkhyā alpa kara reduce your number; CC Antya 11.24
alpa sańkhyā a reduced amount of chanting; CC Antya 11.26