vidhina

vidhinā by destination; SB 2.7.22
vidhinā by practice; SB 3.28.1
cātuḥ-hotra-vidhinā by the regulative principles of sacrifice directed by four kinds of priests; SB 5.7.5
ākasmikena vidhinā by the unexpected law of providence; SB 5.9.13
sva-vidhinā according to their own ritualistic principles; SB 5.9.15
pūjā-vidhinā regulated worship; SB 6.19.21
vidhinā by providence; SB 7.2.29-31
vidhinā in the process; SB 7.13.1
vidhinā according to the instructions of Vedic scripture; SB 7.14.1
vidhinā according to regulative principles; SB 7.14.16
vidhinā by Providence; SB 8.9.5
vidhinā according to regulative principles; SB 8.15.4
vidhinā by regulative principles; SB 8.16.22
vidhinā by following the regulative principles; SB 8.16.44-45
vidhinā under regulative principles; SB 8.16.50
mahā-abhiṣeka-vidhinā by the regulative principles for bathing the Deity; SB 9.4.31-32
gāndharva-vidhinā by the regulative principle of the Gandharvas, without deviation from religious principles; SB 9.20.16
vidhinā by the injunctions (of such scriptures as the Pañcarātra); SB 10.40.7
rākṣasena vidhinā in the Rākṣasa style; SB 10.52.41
vidhinā by scripture; SB 10.69.16
vidhinā by the proper regulations; SB 10.84.51
vidhinā with the regulations; SB 11.3.47
vidhinā processes; SB 11.5.19
vidhinā by processes; SB 11.5.20
vidhinā by the process; SB 11.6.11
vidhinā on the strength of Vedic injunction; SB 11.21.16
vidhinā by the process; SB 11.27.7
vidhinā according to scriptural injunctions; SB 11.27.36
vidhinā by both means; SB 11.29.23
āmnāya-vidhinā by the Vedic path, as passed down through disciplic succession; SB 12.6.68
vidhinā by the regulative principles; CC Madhya 20.173