tamah

pāpa-kṛt-tamaḥ the greatest sinner; BG 4.36
yukta-tamaḥ the greatest yogī; BG 6.47
tamaḥ darkness; BG 10.11
yoga-vit-tamāḥ the most perfect in knowledge of yoga; BG 12.1
yukta-tamāḥ most perfect in yoga; BG 12.2
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.5
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.8
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.9
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.10
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.10
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; BG 14.10
tamaḥ-dvāraiḥ from the gates of ignorance; BG 16.22
tamaḥ in ignorance; BG 17.1
priya-kṛt-tamaḥ more dear; BG 18.69
tamaḥ andham deeply dark material existence; SB 1.2.3
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 1.2.19
tamaḥ the darkness of ignorance; SB 1.2.23
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 1.2.27
tamaḥ-dhiyaḥ persons in the lowest material modes; SB 1.10.25
sat-tamāḥ O great souls; SB 1.12.18
muni-sat-tamaḥ the greatest among the devotee philosophers; SB 1.13.40
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 1.13.54
tamaḥ darkness; SB 1.14.16
tamaḥ-ruddham enwrapped by such darkness; SB 1.15.30
dhanya-tamāḥ most thankful; SB 1.19.13
tamaḥ mundane ignorance; SB 2.2.17
tamaḥ the darkness of ignorance; SB 2.4.5
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 2.5.18
tamaḥ the mode of darkness; SB 2.5.23
rajaḥ tamaḥ the modes of passion and ignorance; SB 2.9.10
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 2.9.34
tamaḥ the mode of darkness; SB 2.10.41
bhagavat-tamaḥ by the great transcendentalists; SB 2.10.44
tamaḥ-juṣāṇaḥ overwhelmed by illusion; SB 3.1.8
tamaḥ-nudaḥ the supreme light; SB 3.5.27
mūḍha-tamaḥ the lowest of the fools; SB 3.7.17
tamaḥ-prāyāḥ almost unconscious; SB 3.10.20
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance, or the darkness of night; SB 3.11.28
tamaḥ darkness in self-knowledge; SB 3.12.2
tamaḥ darkness; SB 3.12.33
tamaḥ darkness; SB 3.15.3
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 3.16.22
tamaḥ darkness; SB 3.19.18
tamaḥ tamas; SB 3.20.18
mahā-tamaḥ mahā-tamas, or mahā-moha; SB 3.20.18
tamaḥ-mayam made of ignorance; SB 3.20.19
andham tamaḥ into the abyss of ignorance; SB 3.25.7
tamaḥ darkness; SB 3.26.20
tamaḥ darkness; SB 3.31.32
tamaḥ-mātra-ātmaka-ātmanām of those grossly in the mode of ignorance; SB 4.2.14-15
mahat-tamāḥ the greatest persons; SB 4.4.12
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.5.7
utpāta-tamāḥ very powerful symptoms; SB 4.5.12
asat-tamaḥ the most cruel; SB 4.8.67
asat-tamaḥ the most wretched; SB 4.9.32
tamaḥ-dvāreṇa the path of ignorance; SB 4.11.7
tamaḥ nescience; SB 4.12.8
vit-tamaḥ well conversant; SB 4.13.24
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.19.19
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.19.34
mahat-tamaḥ greater than the greatest; SB 4.21.7
tamaḥ from the darkness of hellish life; SB 4.21.46
tamaḥ in the darkest region of hellish life; SB 4.21.47
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 4.22.34
bhagavat-tamaḥ the best among the lords; SB 4.23.30
su-praja-tamaḥ surrounded by many children; SB 4.23.33
tamaḥ the greatest; SB 4.23.33
tamaḥ-juṣām of the persons suffering in ignorance; SB 4.24.52
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.24.59
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 4.24.63
tamaḥ by ignorance; SB 4.27.4
tamaḥ-vṛtaḥ covered by material existence; SB 4.29.23-25
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.29.28
priya-tamaḥ the most dear; SB 4.29.51
tamaḥ the dark planet; SB 4.29.69
tamaḥ of darkness; SB 4.30.21
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.31.17
tamaḥ darkness; SB 4.31.17
tamaḥ-dvāram the way to the dungeon of a dark, hellish condition of life; SB 5.5.2
tamaḥ in ignorance; SB 5.9.17
rajaḥ-tamaḥ-sattva-vibhakta-karma-dṛk a conditioned soul who sees only immediately beneficial fruitive activities and their results, which are divided into three groups by the modes of goodness, passion and ignorance; SB 5.13.1
tamaḥ ignorance in the material world; SB 5.18.8
suhṛt-tamaḥ the best friend; SB 5.19.6
tamaḥ darkness; SB 5.24.12
sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ-mayam made of the three modes of material nature; SB 5.25.8
siddha-sat-tamāḥ the best of the perfect beings, the pure devotees; SB 6.1.33
rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayāḥ created by the three modes of material nature (passion, goodness and ignorance); SB 6.1.41
tamaḥ of illusory existence; SB 6.9.33
bhiṣak-tamaḥ an experienced physician; SB 6.9.50
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 6.12.15
tamaḥ and of the mode of ignorance; SB 6.14.1
tamaḥ to darkness; SB 6.14.26
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 7.1.7
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 7.1.10
tamaḥ hell; SB 7.1.19
dhanya-tamāḥ most fortunate; SB 7.2.38
anya-tamaḥ most different; SB 7.2.41
tamaḥ and the mode of ignorance; SB 7.3.26-27
suhṛt-tamaḥ the best friend; SB 7.4.31-32
tamaḥ darkness; SB 7.6.6
tamaḥ nothing but darkness; SB 7.6.16
tamaḥ the darkness within the material creation; SB 7.8.24
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 7.9.26
tamaḥ the material condition of sleeping; SB 7.9.32
rajaḥ tamaḥ ca by representing the modes of passion and ignorance; SB 7.9.37
puṇya-tamaḥ the most sacred; SB 7.14.27-28
puṇya-tamāḥ extremely sacred; SB 7.14.30-33
yajña-vit-tamāḥ who know perfectly well the purpose of sacrifice; SB 7.15.9
rajaḥ tamaḥ the modes of passion and ignorance; SB 7.15.25
asat-tamāḥ the greatest rascals; SB 7.15.37
rajaḥ-tamaḥ because of the conception of passion and ignorance; SB 7.15.43-44
tamaḥ dark; SB 7.15.46
tamaḥ darkness; SB 7.15.57
priya-tamaḥ naturally attracted; SB 7.15.70
tamaḥ great darkness; SB 8.3.5
draviḍa-sat-tamaḥ the best of those born in Draviḍa-deśa, South India; SB 8.4.7
tamaḥ ca and the mode of ignorance; SB 8.7.31
dānava-sat-tamaḥ the best of the demons, namely Jambhāsura; SB 8.11.17
sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ-juṣaḥ infected with sattva-guṇa, rajo-guṇa or tamo-guṇa; SB 8.16.14
veśma-tamaḥ the darkness of the house; SB 8.18.3
tamaḥ in the mode of ignorance; SB 8.24.2-3
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance, by which one performs pious and impious activities; SB 8.24.48
tamaḥ to ignorance; SB 8.24.51
adhaḥ tamaḥ downward into darkness or hell; SB 9.3.21
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 9.4.15-16
tamaḥ darkness; SB 9.5.7
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 9.8.12
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 9.8.22
tamaḥ the darkness of ignorance; SB 9.11.6
rajaḥ-tamaḥ by the qualities of passion and ignorance; SB 9.15.15
duḥkha-śoka-tamaḥ-nudam to minimize their unlimited unhappiness and lamentation, which are caused by ignorance; SB 9.24.61
tamaḥ andham to hellish life; SB 10.2.22
tamaḥ-udbhūte when it was densely dark; SB 10.3.6
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.3.47
devarṣeḥ tamaḥ the great sage Nārada became so angry; SB 10.10.1
tamaḥ-madam this false prestige due to the mode of ignorance; SB 10.10.19
tamaḥ-plutau so absorbed in the mode of darkness; SB 10.10.20-22
priya-tamaḥ most beloved devotee; SB 10.10.25
rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayī consisting of three modes of nature (passion, goodness and ignorance); SB 10.10.30-31
dhanya-tamāḥ most glorified; SB 10.12.43
tamaḥ-vat just as darkness; SB 10.13.45
andha-tamaḥ by such darkness of ignorance; SB 10.14.10
tamaḥ the material nature; SB 10.14.11
priya-tamaḥ most dear; SB 10.14.52
priya-tamaḥ most dear; SB 10.14.54
tamaḥ darkness of ignorance; SB 10.15.5
tamaḥ-janiḥ who was born in the mode of ignorance; SB 10.16.38
ghora-tamaḥ most terrible; SB 10.17.23
dharma-vit-tamāḥ O best knowers of the principles of religion; SB 10.23.7
sat-tamāḥ O purest ones; SB 10.23.8
tamaḥ and ignorance; SB 10.24.22
tamaḥ the ignorance; SB 10.25.16
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.30.42
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 10.32.11-12
hita-tamaḥ who acts most favorably; SB 10.36.28
tamaḥ the darkness of material existence; SB 10.38.7
tamaḥ the darkness of ignorance; SB 10.38.11
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 10.39.29
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 10.40.11
tamaḥ in ignorance; SB 10.40.25
asat-tamaḥ the worst of the impure; SB 10.44.33
sat-tamaḥ of the highest quality; SB 10.46.1
tamaḥ and ignorance; SB 10.46.40
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 10.48.21
sat-tamāḥ the most saintly; SB 10.48.30
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.49.19
tamaḥ darkness (of hell); SB 10.49.24
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 10.51.56
suhṛt-tamaḥ a supreme well-wisher; SB 10.51.63
tamaḥ of the ignorance; SB 10.52.43
sat-tamaḥ the most pure; SB 10.53.28
ghora-tamaḥ most terrible; SB 10.54.40
asat-tamaḥ the most wicked; SB 10.57.5
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 10.59.29
tamaḥ the ignorance; SB 10.59.41
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.60.35
guru-tamaḥ the supreme spiritual master; SB 10.69.15
sat-tamaḥ the most saintly of personalities; SB 10.70.6
tamāḥ the best; SB 10.74.25
tamaḥ of darkness; SB 10.76.8
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 10.76.17
vit-tamaḥ most learned; SB 10.80.6
daridra-tamaḥ the poorest person; SB 10.81.15
sat-tamāḥ most saintly; SB 10.82.18
sattvam rajaḥ tamaḥ iti known as goodness, passion and ignorance; SB 10.85.13
tamaḥ and ignorance; SB 10.85.40
sat-tamaḥ most elevated; SB 10.89.35
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.89.47
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 10.89.50
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.89.51
tamaḥ darkness; SB 10.90.18
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.1.6-7
mahat-tamāḥ those best of saints; SB 11.2.32
brahma-vit-tamāḥ the most expert knowers of the Supreme; SB 11.3.34
tamaḥ and ignorance; SB 11.3.37
tamaḥ into darkness; SB 11.5.18
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.6.24
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.6.48-49
preṣṭha-tamaḥ absolutely the most dear one; SB 11.8.35
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.9.12
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.10.27-29
sat-tamaḥ the best among saintly persons; SB 11.11.29-32
bhakta-tamāḥ the best devotees; SB 11.11.33
rajaḥ-tamaḥ-prakṛtayaḥ those bound in the modes of passion and ignorance; SB 11.12.3-6
mahat-tamaḥ great saints; SB 11.12.7
tamaḥ and of ignorance; SB 11.12.19
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.13.1
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.13.3
rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-bhuvaḥ being generated from the three modes of material nature; SB 11.14.5-7
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.14.11
priya-tamaḥ most dear; SB 11.14.15
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.16.37
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.17.58
priya-tamaḥ most dear; SB 11.19.3
bhagavat-tamaḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 11.19.36-39
tamaḥ of the mode of ignorance; SB 11.19.40-45
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.21.20
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.21.25
tamaḥ or ignorance; SB 11.21.32
tamaḥ or ignorance; SB 11.21.32
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.22.12
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.22.13
āḍhya-tamaḥ very rich; SB 11.23.6
dvija-sat-tamaḥ now the most pious brāhmaṇa; SB 11.23.31
tamaḥ the ocean of nescience; SB 11.23.57
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.24.5
guṇa-vat-tamaḥ being the ultimate abode of these modes; SB 11.24.22-27
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.24.28
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.25.12
tamaḥ sattvam both ignorance and goodness; SB 11.25.14
tamaḥ the mode of darkness; SB 11.25.15
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 11.25.18
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.25.18
tamaḥ-layāḥ those who die in the mode of ignorance; SB 11.25.22
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 11.25.34
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.26.31
sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ of the modes of goodness, passion and ignorance; SB 11.28.26
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 11.28.34
tamaḥ darkness; SB 11.29.37
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 12.3.26
rajaḥ-tamaḥ predominated by a mixture of the modes of passion and ignorance; SB 12.3.29
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; SB 12.4.20-21
tamaḥ darkness; SB 12.4.32
rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ of the modes of passion, goodness and ignorance; SB 12.5.7
brahma-vit-tamaḥ most perfectly realized in knowledge of the Absolute Truth; SB 12.6.76-77
tamaḥ ignorance; SB 12.8.45
tamaḥ the darkness; SB 12.9.21
tamaḥ-juṣe who associates with the mode of ignorance; SB 12.10.17
tamaḥ-mayam composed of the mode of ignorance; SB 12.11.14-15
tamaḥ darkness; SB 12.12.48
tamaḥ-nudau dissipating darkness; CC Adi 1.2
tamaḥ the darkness; CC Adi 1.54
tamaḥ-nudau dissipating darkness; CC Adi 1.84
tamaḥ of the darkness; CC Adi 1.88-89
ajñāna-tamaḥ of the darkness of ignorance; CC Adi 1.94
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 1.95
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 1.95
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 1.97
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 1.101
tamaḥ the darkness; CC Adi 3.60
mahā-tamaḥ great darkness; CC Adi 3.61
andha-tamaḥ blind darkness; CC Adi 4.171
tamaḥ material nature; CC Adi 5.72
priya-tamaḥ dearmost; CC Adi 6.102
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 13.4
tamaḥ darkness; CC Adi 13.98
tamaḥ-nudau dissipating darkness; CC Madhya 1.2
tamaḥ the ocean of nescience; CC Madhya 3.6
sat-tamaḥ a first-class person; CC Madhya 8.62
sat-tamaḥ first-class person; CC Madhya 9.264
bhakta-tamāḥ most advanced devotees; CC Madhya 11.28
tamaḥ the mode of ignorance; CC Madhya 20.270
tamaḥ-guṇa the material mode of darkness; CC Madhya 20.307
tamaḥ-guṇa-āveśa absorbed by the quality of ignorance; CC Madhya 20.311
mahat-tamāḥ most exalted devotees; CC Madhya 20.373
pūrṇa-tamaḥ most complete; CC Madhya 20.399
pūrṇa-tamaḥ most perfect; CC Madhya 20.400
tamaḥ-dvāram the door to darkness; CC Madhya 22.82
jagat-tamaḥ the darkness of the material world; CC Madhya 24.1
tamaḥ the darkness; CC Madhya 25.119
suhṛt-tamāḥ more dear; CC Antya 1.152
tamaḥ of darkness; CC Antya 1.177
tamaḥ the darkness; CC Antya 1.188
tamaḥ-dharma performed under the mode of ignorance; CC Antya 4.57
tamaḥ-rajaḥ-dharme by remaining in the modes of ignorance and passion; CC Antya 4.57
tamaḥ-dharma on the platform of the mode of ignorance; CC Antya 4.60
tamaḥ ignorance; CC Antya 4.63
suhṛt-tamaḥ best of friends; CC Antya 19.35
tamaḥ darkness; Iso 9
tamaḥ darkness; Iso 9
tamaḥ darkness; Iso 12
tamaḥ darkness; Iso 12