trai

trai-lokya of the three worlds; BG 1.32-35
trai-guṇya pertaining to the three modes of material nature; BG 2.45
trai-vidyāḥ the knowers of the three Vedas; BG 9.20
trai-vargikam the three principles religion, economic development and sense gratification; SB 2.4.3-4
trai-piṣṭapa the demigods; SB 2.7.14
trai-māsikasya of one who is only three months old; SB 2.7.27
trai-kālikam of the three phases of time; SB 3.31.16
trai-vargikāḥ interested in the three elevating processes; SB 3.32.18
trai-lokya in the three worlds; SB 3.33.31
trai-vargyaḥ the three others, namely religion, economic development and sense gratification; SB 4.22.35
trai-lokye all over the universe; SB 4.22.63
trai-lokya three planetary systems; SB 4.24.39
trai-guṇya the three modes of nature; SB 6.1.2
trai-vidhyam three kinds of attributes; SB 6.1.46
trai-vedyam mentioned in three Vedas; SB 6.2.24-25
trai-vidhyam under the three modes of material nature; SB 6.3.4
trai-lokya-mohanam captivating the three worlds; SB 6.4.35-39
trai-lokyam to the three worlds; SB 6.10.13-14
trai-vargika for the three objectives, namely religiosity, economic development, and satisfaction of the senses; SB 6.11.23
trai-lokya of all the three worlds; SB 10.29.40
trai-lokya of the three worlds; SB 10.32.14
trai-lokya of all the three worlds; SB 10.38.14
trai-lokya of the three worlds; SB 10.74.2
trai-lokya of the three worlds; SB 10.86.34
trai-vargikāḥ dedicated to the three goals of pious life, namely dharma (religiosity), artha (economic development) and kāma (sense gratification); SB 11.5.16
trai-vargikaḥ comprising the three aims of civilized existence (religiosity, economic development and sense gratification); SB 11.7.68
trai-kālikī functioning in three phases of time, namely past, present and future; SB 11.15.28
trai-vidhyam threefold variety (of high, middle and low class); SB 11.22.42
trai-guṇyaḥ partaking of the three modes; SB 11.25.30
trai-vargikāḥ interested in the three principles of religiosity, economic development and sense gratification; SB 12.3.21
trai-kālikaḥ extending into the three phases of time (past, present and future); SB 12.7.16
trai-lokyam the three worlds; SB 12.9.15
trai-kālikam of all three phases of time (past, present and future); SB 12.10.37
trai-kālika past, present and future; CC Adi 2.44
trai-lokye in the three worlds; CC Adi 4.216
trai-lokya-saubhagam which is the fortune of the three worlds; CC Madhya 24.56
trai-lokya-saubhagam which is the fortune of the three worlds; CC Antya 17.31
trai-guṇya embodying the threefold mundane qualities; Bs 5.41
trai-lokya of the three worlds; MM 30