vidham

catuḥ-vidham the four kinds; BG 15.14
tri-vidham of three kinds; BG 16.21
tri-vidham of three kinds; BG 17.17
tri-vidham of three kinds; BG 18.12
pṛthak-vidham of different kinds; BG 18.14
tri-vidham of three kinds; BG 18.29
tri-vidham of three kinds; BG 18.36
catuḥ-vidham in four divisions; SB 1.4.19
sa-vidham with perfect rituals; SB 3.3.8
catuḥ-vidham in four divisions; SB 3.32.37
pañca-vidham five; SB 4.7.41
catuḥ-vidham four kinds of; SB 4.19.9
catuḥ-vidham four kinds of; SB 4.24.64
vidham in the form of; SB 4.29.72
pañca-vidham the five sense objects; SB 4.29.74
dvi-vidham these two varieties; SB 7.15.47
pṛthak-vidham in different varieties; SB 9.16.37
evam-vidham as thus described; SB 10.14.24
catuḥ-vidham of the four varieties (that which is chewed, that which is swallowed, that which is licked and that which is sucked); SB 10.23.19
ṣaṭ-vidhām in six aspects; SB 10.45.34
nānā-vidham variegated; SB 10.85.5
tri-vidham threefold; SB 11.28.6-7
catuḥ-vidham in four parts; SB 12.6.48-49
pañca-vidham fivefold; SB 12.7.9-10
ṣaṭ-vidham sixfold; SB 12.7.15
catuḥ-vidham of four varieties (those who have taken birth from embryos, from eggs, from seeds and from perspiration); SB 12.9.13
ṣaṭ-vidham six kinds; NoI 4