Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: adini

  ādīni—beginning with    SB 3.20.13
  ādīni—from the very beginning    SB 4.21.7
  ādīni—and others    SB 5.5.35
  ādīni—and so on    SB 5.26.19
  adhyayana-ādīni—reading the Vedas, etc    SB 7.11.14
  asnāna-anācamana-aśauca-keśa-ulluñcana-ādīni—concocted religious principles such as no bathing, no washing of the mouth, being unclean and plucking out the hair    SB 5.6.10
  avamāna-ādīni—insults and punishment    SB 5.14.36
  śravaṇa-ādīni—the activities of bhakti-yoga, beginning with hearing and chanting    SB 10.6.3
  śrotavya-ādīni—subject matters for hearing    SB 2.1.2
  śrotra ādīni—hearing process    Bg 4.26
  gandha-ādīni—smell and so on (taste, color, touch and sound)    SB 3.26.12
  hema-ādīni—such as gold    SB 6.16.6
  jāgaraṇa-ādīni—the states of wakefulness and so on    SB 6.16.53-54
  kaṭodaka-ādīni—ceremonies observed after a death    SB 7.2.17
  kimpuruṣa-ādīni—a country beyond the northern side of the Himalayas    SB 1.16.12
  kṛttikā-ādīni—headed by Kṛttikā    SB 6.6.23
  laya-ādīni—dissolution and so on    SB 6.16.35
  maghā-ādīni—the stars such as Maghā    SB 5.23.6
  mahat-ādīni—the total material energy    SB 3.7.21
  mahat-ādīni—the mahat-tattva, false ego and five gross elements    SB 3.26.50
  mehana-ādīni—passing stool and urine    SB 10.8.31
  mṛga-śīrṣā-ādīni—such as Mṛgaśīrṣā    SB 5.23.6
  nigraha-ādīni—controlling, etc.    SB 1.3.22
  nirharaṇa-ādīni—funeral ceremony    SB 1.9.46
  oṁkāra-ādīni—beginning with oṁkāra    SB 6.8.4-6
  puṣkara-ādīni—such as Puṣkara    SB 7.14.30-33
  sthālī-purīṣa-ādīni—burned rice stuck to the pot and so on    SB 5.9.11

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