sapta

sapta seven; BG 10.6
triḥ-sapta thrice seven times; SB 1.3.20
sapta seven; SB 1.11.28
sapta-srotaḥ seven sources; SB 1.13.52
sapta seven; SB 1.14.7
sapta seven; SB 1.14.27
sapta sevenfold; SB 2.1.25
sapta seven; SB 2.2.21
sapta seven systems; SB 2.5.36
sapta ūrdhvam and seven systems upwards; SB 2.5.36
sapta seven; SB 2.6.1
triḥ-sapta thrice seven times; SB 2.7.22
sapta-dināni continuously for seven days; SB 2.7.32
sapta-varṣaḥ although He was only seven years old; SB 2.7.32
sapta seven; SB 2.10.31
sapta seven; SB 3.11.8
sapta seven; SB 3.12.47
sapta-dvīpa-vatīm consisting of seven islands; SB 3.21.2
sapta seven; SB 3.21.25
sapta all together seven; SB 3.26.50
sapta seven; SB 3.31.4
sapta-vadhriḥ bound by the seven layers; SB 3.31.11
sapta-vadhriḥ bound by the seven layers of material coverings; SB 3.31.19
sapta seven; SB 4.1.40
sapta-rātram seven nights; SB 4.8.53
sapta-dvīpa seven islands; SB 4.21.12
sapta seven; SB 4.25.45
sapta seven; SB 4.26.1-3
sapta seven; SB 4.28.30
sapta seven; SB 4.28.30
sapta seven; SB 4.29.18-20
sapta-kṛt seven times; SB 5.1.30
sapta seven; SB 5.1.31
sapta seven; SB 5.1.31
sapta seven; SB 5.1.33
sapta seven; SB 5.1.33
sapta seven; SB 5.1.39
sapta-samudra-vatyāḥ possessing seven seas; SB 5.6.13
sapta seven; SB 5.16.2
sapta-dvīpa of the seven islands; SB 5.16.2
sapta ṛṣayaḥ the seven great sages (beginning with Marīci); SB 5.17.3
sapta-jihvaḥ having seven flames; SB 5.20.2
sapta seven; SB 5.20.2
sapta-varṣa-nāmabhyaḥ for whom the seven tracts of land were named; SB 5.20.2
sapta seven; SB 5.20.3-4
sapta-varṣāṇi seven tracts of land; SB 5.20.9
sapta eva seven in number; SB 5.20.10
sapta seven; SB 5.20.15
sapta seven; SB 5.20.15
sapta seven; SB 5.20.20
sapta seven; SB 5.20.20
sapta seven; SB 5.20.21
sapta seven; SB 5.20.21
sapta varṣāṇi seven divisions of the island; SB 5.20.25
sapta seven; SB 5.20.26
sapta seven; SB 5.20.26
sapta seven; SB 5.21.15
sapta seven; SB 5.21.18
sapta-ṛṣayaḥ the seven saintly sages; SB 5.23.5
sapta seven; SB 5.24.7
sapta seven; SB 5.24.31
sapta-śatāni seven hundred; SB 5.26.27
sapta-mukhāḥ having seven hoods; SB 5.26.33
sapta-dhanuḥ a distance measured by seven bows (approximately fourteen yards); SB 6.11.11
sapta-rātrāt after seven nights; SB 6.15.27
sapta-aham continuously for one week; SB 6.16.27
sapta-rātra-ante at the end of seven nights; SB 6.16.28
sapta-dhā into seven pieces; SB 6.18.62
sapta-dhā into seven pieces; SB 6.18.62
sapta sapta forty-nine; SB 6.18.70
sapta sapta forty-nine; SB 6.18.70
sapta-dhā into seven; SB 6.18.72
sapta seven; SB 6.18.72
sapta-dhā into seven; SB 6.18.72
sapta-tantūn the seven kinds of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies, beginning from the agniṣṭoma-yajña; SB 7.3.30
sapta-dvīpa-vatī consisting of seven islands; SB 7.4.16
sapta seven; SB 8.1.20
sapta seven; SB 8.1.24
sapta seven; SB 8.1.28
sapta seven; SB 8.4.17-24
sapta seven; SB 8.7.28
sapta-ṛṣayaḥ the seven sages; SB 8.13.5
sapta seven; SB 8.13.7
sapta-ṛṣayaḥ the seven sages; SB 8.13.15-16
sapta-hastāya who have seven hands; SB 8.16.31
sapta-ṛṣayaḥ the seven sages; SB 8.18.16
sapta-dvīpa-vara-icchayā by the desire to take possession of seven islands; SB 8.19.22
sapta-dvīpa-adhipatayaḥ those who are proprietors of the seven islands; SB 8.19.23
sapta seven; SB 8.20.24
sapta-ṛṣibhiḥ by the seven ṛṣis; SB 8.24.34-35
sapta-dvīpavatīm consisting of seven islands; SB 9.4.15-16
sapta-dvīpa-vatīm consisting of seven islands; SB 9.6.33-34
sapta-dvīpa-vatī-patiḥ Māndhātā, who was the King of the entire world, consisting of seven islands; SB 9.6.47
sapta seven; SB 9.9.39
triḥ-sapta-kṛtvaḥ twenty-one times; SB 9.15.14
sapta-daśa seventeen; SB 9.15.30
triḥ-sapta-kṛtvaḥ twenty-one times; SB 9.16.17
sapta-dvīpa-patiḥ the master of the entire world, consisting of seven islands; SB 9.18.46
sapta-dvīpa of the seven islands (the whole world); SB 9.23.24
sapta seven; SB 9.24.5
sapta seven; SB 9.24.20
sapta-tvak having seven coverings (skin, blood, muscle, fat, bone, marrow and semen); SB 10.2.27
sapta seven; SB 10.5.3
sapta-vitasti seven spans; SB 10.14.11
sapta-aham for seven days; SB 10.25.23
sapta-hāyanaḥ seven years of age; SB 10.26.3
sapta-hāyanaḥ seven years old; SB 10.26.14
sapta-aham for seven days; SB 10.43.26-27
sapta-aham for seven days; SB 10.46.25
sapta-daśa seventeen; SB 10.50.41
sapta-daśa seventeen; SB 10.54.13
sapta seven; SB 10.57.16
sapta seven; SB 10.58.33
sapta seven; SB 10.58.43
sapta seven; SB 10.59.11
sapta seven; SB 10.63.37
sapta-godāvarīm (going) to the convergence of the seven Godāvarīs; SB 10.79.11-15
sapta seven; SB 10.83.13-14
sapta seven; SB 10.89.47
sapta sapta seven each; SB 10.89.47
sapta sapta seven each; SB 10.89.47
triḥ-sapta-kṛtvaḥ three times seven (twenty-one) times; SB 11.4.21
sapta seven; SB 11.14.4
sapta seven; SB 11.18.18
sapta seven; SB 11.22.1-3
sapta seven; SB 11.22.19
sapta-triṃśat thirty-seven; SB 12.1.14
sapta seven; SB 12.1.27
sapta seven; SB 12.1.32-33
sapta seven; SB 12.1.32-33
sapta-ṛṣīṇām of the constellation of the seven sages (the constellation known to Westerners as Ursa Major); SB 12.2.27-28
deva-ṛṣayaḥ sapta the seven sages among the demigods; SB 12.2.31
sapta seven; SB 12.4.5
sapta the seven; SB 12.12.9
sapta-daśa seventeen; SB 12.13.4-9
sapta-vitasti seven vitastis; CC Adi 5.72
sapta seven; CC Adi 5.110
sapta-prahara seven praharas (twenty-one hours); CC Adi 10.102
sapta miśra seven Miśras; CC Adi 13.57-58
sapta seven; CC Adi 13.57-58
sapta-raktaḥ seven reddish; CC Adi 14.15
sapta-prahara twenty-one hours; CC Adi 17.18
sapta-tāla-vimocana deliverance of the Sapta-tāla trees; CC Madhya 1.116
sapta-tāla-vṛkṣa seven palm trees; CC Madhya 9.312
sapta-tāla dekhi' upon seeing the seven palm trees; CC Madhya 9.313
sapta-tāla the seven palm trees; CC Madhya 9.313
sapta godāvarī to the place known as Sapta-godāvarī; CC Madhya 9.318
sapta-rasa seven kinds of mellows; CC Madhya 19.187
sapta gauṇa seven indirect mellows; CC Madhya 19.188
sapta-dvīpe on seven islands; CC Madhya 20.218
sapta-dvīpa-ambudhi the oceans of the islands; CC Madhya 20.387
sapta-dvīpera loka people from all of the seven islands within the universe; CC Antya 2.10
sapta-pātālera of the seven lower planetary systems; CC Antya 9.8
sapta-dvīpe in seven islands; CC Antya 9.9