vivikta-vṛttiḥ independent occupation for living; SB 3.1.19
vṛttiḥ means of livelihood; SB 3.5.6
vṛttiḥ inclination; SB 3.25.32
pañca-vṛttiḥ having five processes; SB 4.29.6
vṛttīḥ occupations; SB 4.29.17
ātma-vṛttiḥ food for maintenance of the body; SB 5.2.13
vṛttīḥ various engagements; SB 5.11.8
vṛttiḥ whose livelihood; SB 5.26.17
vṛttīḥ big sources of income (industry, business); SB 7.6.11-13
vṛttiḥ the means of livelihood; SB 7.11.14
vārtā-vṛttiḥ engaged in agriculture, cow protection, and trade; SB 7.11.15
vṛttiḥ means of livelihood; SB 7.11.15
vipra-vṛttiḥ the means of livelihood for the brāhmaṇas; SB 7.11.16
śva-vṛttiḥ the occupation of the dogs; SB 7.11.18-20
vṛttiḥ occupational duty; SB 7.11.30
guru-vṛttiḥ vikalpena to follow the orders of the spiritual master; SB 7.12.11
vṛttiḥ one's livelihood; SB 8.19.36
uñcha-vṛttiḥ Mudgala, who lived by gathering grains left behind in the fields after the harvest; SB 10.72.21
vṛttiḥ the quality of sustaining; SB 10.85.7
vṛttiḥ whose livelihood; SB 10.85.45
vṛttīḥ appearing; SB 11.15.25
vṛttiḥ earning his livelihood; SB 11.23.6
rajaḥ-vṛttiḥ predominated by activities in the mode of passion; SB 12.3.28
vṛttiḥ the sustenance; SB 12.7.13
dhī-vṛttiḥ the functioning of his mind; SB 12.10.9
vṛttiḥ and the corresponding activities; SB 12.12.44