yukta

yukta-ātmā self-connected; BG 5.21
yukta regulated; BG 6.17
yukta regulated; BG 6.17
yukta regulated; BG 6.17
yoga-yukta-ātmā one who is dovetailed in Kṛṣṇa consciousness; BG 6.29
yukta-tamaḥ the greatest yogī; BG 6.47
yukta-ātmā engaged in devotional service; BG 7.18
yukta-cetasaḥ their minds engaged in Me; BG 7.30
yukta-ātmā having the mind firmly set on; BG 9.28
yukta-tamāḥ most perfect in yoga; BG 12.2
yukta contemplating; SB 3.12.52
yukta-anuṣṭhāna by proper performance of duties; SB 3.33.24-25
yuktā helped by; SB 4.27.29
yukta-ātmani on he whose mind was engaged (Prahlāda); SB 7.5.41
yukta having brought under control; SB 11.7.9
yukta also subduing; SB 11.7.9
yukta-ātmā one who is fixed in spiritual life; SB 11.7.45
yukta possessed of; CC Adi 7.124
cihna-yukta with positive marks; CC Adi 14.16
śrī-yukta lakṣmī Lakṣmī, possessed of opulence; CC Adi 16.77
śrama-yukta feeling fatigued; CC Adi 17.79
śraddhā-yukta possessed of faith; CC Madhya 4.212
śraddhā-yukta with faith and love; CC Madhya 5.160
tvarā-yukta hasty; CC Madhya 6.218
phula-phala-patra-yukta dressed with fruits, flowers and leaves; CC Madhya 14.32
yukta combined together; CC Madhya 14.179
mahā-aiśvarya-yukta very opulent in riches; CC Madhya 16.218
yukta-vairāgya of proper renunciation; CC Madhya 23.105
yukta-pada-artheṣu the appropriate application of things; CC Madhya 24.69
yukta appropriate; CC Madhya 24.147
sāmānya-buddhi-yukta endowed with common intelligence; CC Madhya 24.186
aiśvarya-jñāna-yukta with understanding of the opulences; CC Antya 7.26
yukta as much as necessary; CC Antya 8.67-68
yukta proper; CC Antya 8.67-68
yukta as much as necessary; CC Antya 8.67-68