varna

varṇa-sańkaraḥ unwanted progeny; BG 1.40
varṇa-sańkara of unwanted children; BG 1.42
varṇa colors; BG 11.5
varṇa-āśrama the institution of four castes and four orders of life; SB 1.2.13
varṇa-āśramāṇām of all the statuses and orders of life; SB 1.4.17-18
varṇa caste; SB 1.18.45
varṇa-sańkaraḥ unwanted population; SB 1.18.45
varṇa castes; SB 2.8.16
varṇa-āśrama the four divisions of social statuses and orders of spiritual culture; SB 3.7.29
varṇa of varṇas; SB 3.21.52-54
varṇa-āśramāṇām of the varṇas and āśramas; SB 3.22.38
varṇa-āśrama the system of eight social orders; SB 4.14.18
varṇa colored; SB 4.30.6
tat-varṇa-guṇa whose color is the same as that of the mode of passion (reddish); SB 5.14.7
varṇa-āśrama-vatībhiḥ by followers of the institution of the four varṇas and four āśramas; SB 5.19.10
yathā-varṇa-vidhānam in terms of different castes; SB 5.19.19
varṇa-āśrama-ācāra the practices of the varṇāśrama system; SB 5.22.4
varṇa-āśrama-vataḥ in terms of strictly following the principles of varṇāśrama; SB 5.26.30
varṇa of the letters; SB 6.16.32
varṇa-āśrama of the Āryan civilization of four varṇas and four āśramas; SB 7.2.12
varṇa-āśramibhiḥ by persons who strictly followed the regulative principles of the four varṇas and four āśramas; SB 7.4.15
varṇa-āśrama-ācāra-yutam based on the principles of the four divisions of society and the four divisions of spiritual advancement; SB 7.11.2
varṇa-abhivyañjakam indicating the classification (brāhmaṇa, kṣatriya, vaiśya, śūdra, etc.); SB 7.11.35
varṇa-āśrama pertaining to the particular material and spiritual divisions of varṇa and āśrama; SB 7.13.14
varṇa-samāmnāye in the aggregate of all alphabets; SB 7.15.53
varṇa complexion; SB 8.8.9
varṇa with colors; SB 10.42.5
varṇa of the principles of the four occupational orders of society; SB 10.74.35
varṇa-āśrama the social system of sanctified occupational and spiritual orders; SB 10.75.21
varṇa-āśrama of the divine system of occupational and spiritual divisions of society; SB 10.84.18
varṇa-āśrama by adherence to rules of occupational or religious duty; SB 11.2.51
tri-varṇā consisting of three modes (goodness, passion and ignorance); SB 11.3.16
varṇa having complexions; SB 11.5.20
varṇa-āśrama the Vedic system of social and occupational divisions; SB 11.10.1
varṇa-āśrama of the varṇāśrama system; SB 11.17.1-2
varṇa-āśrama the varṇāśrama system; SB 11.17.9
varṇa-āśrama of the varṇāśrama system; SB 11.20.2
varṇa-āśrama-vatām of the members of varṇāśrama society; SB 12.2.12-16
varṇa-āśrama the divine system of occupational and spiritual orders of society; SB 12.2.38
varṇa the color; SB 12.8.33-34
āśrama-varṇa of the various spiritual and occupational divisions of society; SB 12.9.28-29
varṇa-āśrama-ācāra by one's execution of duties in the varṇāśrama system; SB 12.12.54
pīta-varṇa the color yellow; CC Adi 3.37
kṛṣṇa-varṇa blackish color; CC Adi 3.38
pīta-varṇa having a yellow color; CC Adi 3.40
varṇa syllables; CC Adi 3.54
kṛṣṇa-varṇa-śabdera of the word kṛṣṇa-varṇa; CC Adi 3.55
tāra varṇa Her bodily complexion; CC Adi 4.268
bhāva-varṇa the luster of transcendental ecstasy; CC Adi 4.271-272
citra-varṇa printed with varieties of colors; CC Adi 13.113
varṇa-mātra only the color; CC Adi 13.115
rakta-pīta-varṇa the mangoes were red and yellow in color; CC Adi 17.83
eka varṇa one complexion; CC Madhya 5.136
kṛṣṇa varṇa Kṛṣṇa's name; CC Madhya 8.24
varṇa-āśrama-ācāra-vatā who behaves according to the system of four divisions of social order and four divisions of spiritual life; CC Madhya 8.58
varṇa-āśrama-dharma the institution of four castes and four āśramas; CC Madhya 9.256
gaura-varṇa having a golden or fair complexion; CC Madhya 10.164
śyāmala-varṇa having a blackish complexion; CC Madhya 10.164
śyāma-varṇa of blackish hue; CC Madhya 10.166
gaura-varṇa white complexion; CC Madhya 13.106
varṇa color; CC Madhya 15.229
varṇa of color; CC Madhya 20.172
varṇa-mātra color only; CC Madhya 20.174
varṇa-veśa-bheda by differences of dress and color; CC Madhya 20.187
cāri varṇa four colors; CC Madhya 20.330
cāri varṇa dhari' accepting these four colors; CC Madhya 20.330
rakta-varṇa dhari' assuming a reddish color; CC Madhya 20.335
pīta-varṇa dhari' assuming the color yellow; CC Madhya 20.340
pīta-varṇa yellowish color; CC Madhya 20.364
cāri varṇa-āśramī followers of the four social and spiritual orders of life; CC Madhya 22.26
varṇa-āśrama-dharma the regulative principle of four varṇas and four āśramas; CC Madhya 22.93
varṇa-sańgrathane in the sense of tying together words; CC Madhya 24.18
śyāma-varṇa blackish color; CC Madhya 24.235
varṇa-dvayī the two syllables; CC Antya 1.99
varṇa-dvayī the two syllables; CC Antya 1.120
pīta-varṇa ha-ila became yellowish; CC Antya 3.232
varṇa bodily complexion; CC Antya 15.64