Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: adharma

  adharma—irreligion    Bg 1.40, SB 1.15.37, SB 1.17.28, SB 1.18.6, SB 2.1.32, SB 2.7.39, SB 7.15.42, Antya 4.28
  adharma—irreligious principles    SB 1.17.32, SB 1.17.40, SB 6.1.47, Madhya 20.219
  adharma—irreligious    SB 1.14.5, SB 4.24.41, Adi 3.61
  adharma—irreligiosity    SB 1.17.24, SB 1.17.33
  adharma—principle of irreligion    SB 1.15.45
  adharma—of irreligion    SB 4.13.39
  adharma samhara—vanquishing irreligious principles.    Adi 5.113
  adharma-bahulah—full of irreligion.    SB 6.16.41
  adharma-bahulena—with an abundance of irreligion    SB 5.6.10
  adharma-bandhuh—the friend of irreligion.    SB 1.17.31
  adharma-sila—who are irreligious    SB 9.5.6
  adharma-silasya—of one who is engaged in irreligion    SB 3.5.3
  adharma-sakhah—which are different branches of irreligion    SB 7.15.12
  adharma-jam—produced from irreligious actions    SB 6.2.17
  adharma-jnah—because they did not know religious principles    SB 9.18.41
  adharma-krt—the most mischievous    SB 4.14.12
  adharma-krtah—one who acts irreligiously    SB 1.17.22
  adharma-laksanah—symptomized by impious activities    SB 6.1.3
  adharma-vartinah—persons not following the Vedic principles or regulative principles    SB 5.26.37
  adharma-vartine—who was induced to irreligious principles (because he cursed his offenseless disciple)    SB 9.13.5
  adharma-vat—accepting them as irreligious    SB 7.15.12
  adharma-urmisu—in the waves of irreligion, like kama, krodha, lobha and moha    SB 8.7.30
  dharma-adharma—what is pious and what is impious    Antya 4.77
  dharma-adharma—piety and impiety    Antya 15.72

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