tina

tina three; CC Adi 1.19
e-tina these three; CC Adi 1.65-66
tina three; CC Adi 1.67
e-tina these three; CC Adi 1.79-80
tina three; CC Adi 2.6
tina three; CC Adi 2.6
tina three; CC Adi 2.10
tina three; CC Adi 2.50
tina three; CC Adi 2.56
tina three; CC Adi 2.64
tina three; CC Adi 2.65
tina three; CC Adi 2.103
tina three; CC Adi 2.104
tina three; CC Adi 3.37
tina three; CC Adi 4.61
tina three; CC Adi 4.76
tina three; CC Adi 4.115
tina three; CC Adi 4.119-120
tina three; CC Adi 4.266
tina three; CC Adi 4.267
tina three; CC Adi 4.268
tina three; CC Adi 5.25
tina-bhāve in three different moods; CC Adi 5.135
tina three; CC Adi 7.13
ei tina tattva all three of these truths; CC Adi 7.15
tina three; CC Adi 7.146
tina these three; CC Adi 7.169
tina three; CC Adi 10.43
tina three; CC Adi 10.56
tina putra three sons; CC Adi 10.62
tina three; CC Adi 10.84
pala dui-tina a few drops of; CC Adi 10.98
tina sandhyā three times, namely morning, evening and noon; CC Adi 10.101
tina bhāi three brothers; CC Adi 10.115
tina jana three men; CC Adi 10.117
tina jana three persons; CC Adi 10.152-154
tina bhāi three brothers; CC Adi 11.43
tina kavirāja all three are Kavirājas, or physicians; CC Adi 11.51
śata-tina about three hundred; CC Adi 12.32
tina three; CC Adi 12.77
ei tina of all these three; CC Adi 12.91
tina-bāra thrice; CC Adi 14.37
tina three; CC Adi 16.55
tina pāde in three lines; CC Adi 16.67
tina three; CC Adi 16.72
tina-pāde in three lines; CC Adi 16.73
tina three; CC Adi 17.14
tina-vāra three times; CC Adi 17.23
tina three; CC Adi 17.25
tina dina three days; CC Adi 17.45
tina three; CC Adi 17.135
tina three; CC Adi 17.218
ei tina these three; CC Adi 17.273
tina three; CC Adi 17.296
tina jana three persons; CC Madhya 1.63
ei tina madhye of these three; CC Madhya 1.65
tina dina three days; CC Madhya 1.92
tina dvāre the three doors; CC Madhya 2.8
yei tina those three; CC Madhya 2.80
tina vastu three subjects; CC Madhya 2.80
tina dina continuously for three days; CC Madhya 3.4
tina jana three persons; CC Madhya 3.11
tina dina three days; CC Madhya 3.38
tina ṭhāñi in three places; CC Madhya 3.42
tina three; CC Madhya 3.52
tina pātre in three pots; CC Madhya 3.53
tina three; CC Madhya 3.56
tina three; CC Madhya 3.57
tina bhoga three divisions of bhoga; CC Madhya 3.66
tina janāra of three persons; CC Madhya 3.76
tina three; CC Madhya 3.79
tina dina three days; CC Madhya 3.133
tina-bāre three times; CC Madhya 4.172
tina khaṇḍa three parts; CC Madhya 5.142-143
tina-krośa six miles; CC Madhya 5.146
tina khaṇḍa divided into three parts; CC Madhya 5.148
tina three; CC Madhya 6.144
tina three; CC Madhya 6.144
tina three; CC Madhya 6.153
tina aṃśe in three parts; CC Madhya 6.158
tina three; CC Madhya 6.158
tina-vastu three subject matters; CC Madhya 6.178
tina dina for three days; CC Madhya 7.22
tina-bāre three times; CC Madhya 7.23
dui-tina two and then three; CC Madhya 8.85
dui-tina two and then three; CC Madhya 8.87
tina three; CC Madhya 8.151
tina rūpa three forms; CC Madhya 8.154
tina-dina three days; CC Madhya 9.169
tina dina for three days; CC Madhya 9.176
dina dui-tina for two or three days; CC Madhya 10.87
tina three; CC Madhya 10.115
tina dina three days; CC Madhya 11.60
tina jana the three persons (namely, the King, Gopīnātha Ācārya and Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya); CC Madhya 11.73
tina bhāira of the three brothers; CC Madhya 11.88
tina jane the three persons; CC Madhya 11.208
tina-jana-pāśe in the presence of the three persons; CC Madhya 12.73
tina three; CC Madhya 13.88
ei tina-bhede and there is a third division; CC Madhya 14.143
tina three; CC Madhya 14.149
tina bheda three divisions; CC Madhya 14.151
tina-ańga-bhańge with three bends in the body; CC Madhya 14.190
tina three; CC Madhya 15.112
ei tina kārya these three divisions of duty; CC Madhya 15.132
tina jane you three persons; CC Madhya 15.132
tina three; CC Madhya 15.207
govinda-ādi tina bhāi Govinda and his two brothers; CC Madhya 16.16-17
ei tina jana these three gentlemen; CC Madhya 16.126
tina-bāra thrice; CC Madhya 17.66
kahe tina-bāra he uttered three times; CC Madhya 17.126
tina-bāre three times; CC Madhya 17.127
tina all three; CC Madhya 17.131
tina all three; CC Madhya 17.131
sei tina those three; CC Madhya 17.147
tina-jane the three persons; CC Madhya 17.147
tina-dina for three days; CC Madhya 17.151
tina-dina for three days; CC Madhya 18.39
tina mūrti the three deities; CC Madhya 18.61
tina-rātri three nights; CC Madhya 18.96
tina guṇa the qualities of three rasas, namely śānta, dāsya and sakhya; CC Madhya 19.224
tina three; CC Madhya 19.233
tina lakṣa 300,000; CC Madhya 20.39
tina mudrāra bhoṭa a woolen blanket costing three gold coins; CC Madhya 20.92
tina-prakāra three varieties; CC Madhya 20.108-109
tina three; CC Madhya 20.111
tina these three; CC Madhya 20.143
tina three; CC Madhya 20.157
tina-rūpe in three forms; CC Madhya 20.165
tina tina three each; CC Madhya 20.194
tina tina three each; CC Madhya 20.194
tina tina three in each; CC Madhya 20.211
tina tina three in each; CC Madhya 20.211
tina three; CC Madhya 20.252
tina-śakti three potencies; CC Madhya 20.254
tina three; CC Madhya 20.301
āra tina-yuge in the three other yugas; CC Madhya 20.343
tina-sahasra three thousand; CC Madhya 20.388
eka-dui-tina-cāri one, two, three, four; CC Madhya 20.390
tina three; CC Madhya 21.38
ei tina all these three; CC Madhya 21.39
ei tina these three; CC Madhya 21.40
tina three; CC Madhya 21.42
ei tina dhāmera of these three dhāmas, or residential places, namely Goloka Vṛndāvana-dhāma, Vaikuṇṭha-dhāma (Hari-dhāma) and Devī-dhāma (the material world); CC Madhya 21.54
tina loka kaya the three places or properties of Lord Kṛṣṇa; CC Madhya 21.90
ei tina loke all three of these places; CC Madhya 21.91
tina dhāma three abodes; CC Madhya 21.92
tina prakāre in three ways; CC Madhya 24.27
tina-kāle in three phases of time (past, present and future); CC Madhya 24.75
tina sādhane by these three different processes; CC Madhya 24.80
tina three; CC Madhya 24.80
tina bheda haya there are three different groups; CC Madhya 24.108
tina-prakāra three varieties; CC Madhya 24.121
tina bhede in three varieties; CC Madhya 24.155
ei tina these three; CC Madhya 24.158
āra tina artha another three imports; CC Madhya 24.220
tina artha three imports; CC Madhya 24.283
ei tina tattva all three of these features of the Absolute Truth; CC Madhya 25.106
ei tina these three; CC Madhya 25.106
tina tattva the three truths; CC Madhya 25.108
tina-bāra three times; CC Madhya 25.114
ei tina these three principles; CC Madhya 25.131
tina-jana these three persons; CC Madhya 25.217
tina-jane to the three Deities; CC Antya 2.61
tina bhoga the three separate offerings; CC Antya 2.62
tina janāra of the three Deities; CC Antya 2.71
sāḍe tina three and a half; CC Antya 2.105
tina three; CC Antya 2.106
tina-dina haila for three days; CC Antya 2.115
tina three; CC Antya 3.100
tina-dine in three days; CC Antya 3.106
tina dina for three days; CC Antya 3.134
tina-lakṣa 300,000; CC Antya 3.140
tina-dina rahiyā staying three days; CC Antya 3.161
tina dina for three days; CC Antya 3.162
tina-lakṣa 300,000; CC Antya 3.176
tina dina three days; CC Antya 3.209
tina-dina three days; CC Antya 3.245
tina dina for three days; CC Antya 3.248
tina bhāi three brothers; CC Antya 4.35
tina-lakṣa 300,000; CC Antya 4.101
tina-guru three spiritual masters; CC Antya 4.236
tina-guṇa of the three modes of material nature; CC Antya 5.45-46
dui tina dina for two or three days; CC Antya 5.110
tina bhāi three brothers; CC Antya 6.26
tina-ṭhāñi in three places; CC Antya 6.70
tina kuṇḍikāya in three pots; CC Antya 6.95
e-tina bhuvane within these three worlds; CC Antya 6.104
tina-dina on three days; CC Antya 6.188
tina raghunātha three Raghunāthas; CC Antya 6.203
tina-vatsara for three years; CC Antya 6.293
dui-tina dina two or three days; CC Antya 6.315
tina-lakṣa nāma 300,000 holy names of the Lord; CC Antya 7.48
tina-jane three persons; CC Antya 8.10
tina jana three persons; CC Antya 8.40
tina-jane three men; CC Antya 8.87
tina bojhāri three carriers; CC Antya 10.38
tina-putra lañā accompanied by her three sons; CC Antya 12.12
dui-tina śata two hundred to three hundred; CC Antya 12.13
tina putra three sons; CC Antya 12.20
tina three; CC Antya 12.23
tina-putre three sons; CC Antya 12.44
tina-cāri rāga three or four different tunes; CC Antya 13.128
tina kathā three topics; CC Antya 13.136-137
tina-dvāra three doors; CC Antya 14.60
tina tina-hāta three cubits; CC Antya 14.65-66
tina tina-hāta three cubits; CC Antya 14.65-66
tina rīte in three ways; CC Antya 15.5
tina añjali three palmfuls; CC Antya 16.46
tina three; CC Antya 16.60
ei tina-sevā rendering service to these three; CC Antya 16.61
e-tina sevana rendering service to these three; CC Antya 16.62
tina haite from these three; CC Antya 16.63
tina-dvāre in three doorways; CC Antya 17.11
tina three; CC Antya 17.38
tina three; CC Antya 18.52
tina three; CC Antya 18.52
tina cāpaḍa māri' slapping three times; CC Antya 18.62
tina-daśāya in three conditions; CC Antya 18.77
tina-devā three deities or demigods; CC Antya 20.57
ei tina all these three; CC Antya 20.142-143