vigata

vigata-spṛhaḥ without being interested; BG 2.56
vigata-jvaraḥ without being lethargic; BG 3.30
vigata having discarded; BG 5.27-28
vigata-bhīḥ devoid of fear; BG 6.13-14
vigata freed from; BG 6.28
vigata-spṛhaḥ without material desires; BG 18.49
vigata devoid of; SB 1.13.53
vigata-spṛhāḥ without any desire; SB 3.15.12
vigata without; SB 3.15.29
vigata-smayau morose; SB 3.16.33
vigata-prabhaḥ reduced in splendor; SB 3.19.12
vigata ceased; SB 3.31.21
vigata deprived of; SB 3.31.27
vigata without; SB 4.26.25
vigata lost; SB 4.28.9
vigata-smayaḥ who was relieved from all material pride; SB 5.10.8
vigata-nṛpa-deva-smayaḥ giving up the false pride of being the King and therefore being worshipable; SB 5.10.15
vigata-jīva-lakṣaṇaḥ bereft of all signs of life; SB 5.14.16
vigata-sudarśana-bhayaḥ who is not afraid of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and His Sudarśana cakra; SB 5.24.28
vigata-jvarāḥ being relieved from the aggrievement caused by the demons; SB 6.7.26
vigata-vismayā released from astonishment; SB 6.17.36
vigata-viklavaḥ having given up contemplation of being unfit; SB 7.9.12
vigata given up; SB 7.10.20
vigata-prabhān bereft of all effulgence; SB 8.5.19-20
vigata-spṛhaḥ being freed from all material lusty desires; SB 9.19.21
vigata-spṛhaḥ completely free from desires for material possessions; SB 9.21.16
vigata-rayaḥ losing his momentum; SB 10.18.26
vigata-anya-vācaḥ stopping all other sounds; SB 10.21.14
vigata-anya-vācaḥ stopping all other sounds; CC Madhya 24.176