Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: aisvarya

  aisvarya—opulence    Bg 2.42-43, Bg 2.44, SB 1.8.26, SB 2.8.20, SB 3.24.32, SB 6.14.12, Adi 5.90, Adi 14.36, Adi 17.11, Adi 17.112 (and more...)
  aisvarya—opulences    SB 5.4.1, SB 6.15.21-23, Adi 2.40, Adi 4.91, Adi 5.47, Adi 7.138, Madhya 20.279-280, Antya 5.126
  aisvarya—of opulence    Adi 6.62, Madhya 6.161, Madhya 20.97
  aisvarya—material opulence    SB 6.14.25, Antya 6.39
  aisvarya—wealth and power    SB 1.2.27
  aisvarya—mystic opulences    SB 5.19.9
  aisvarya—and opulence    SB 6.13.16
  aisvarya—by opulence    SB 8.22.26
  aisvarya—mystic power    Adi 7.60
  aisvarya—miracle    Madhya 11.229
  aisvarya—divine power    Madhya 14.19
  aisvarya—the opulence    Madhya 20.178
  sat-aisvarya-purna—full in six opulences    Madhya 18.112, Madhya 25.110
  sarva-aisvarya-maya—full of all opulences.    Adi 17.108, Madhya 11.135-136
  sarva-aisvarya-purna—full of all opulence    Madhya 18.190, Madhya 20.155
  aisvarya ha-ite—than the understanding of opulence    Antya 7.35
  aisvarya jnanete—with knowledge of majesty    Adi 4.17
  aisvarya kahite—while describing the opulence    Madhya 21.99
  aisvarya na jane—he does not know opulence    Madhya 14.217
  aisvarya prakatana—manifestation of godly opulence.    Antya 8.93
  aisvarya prakasa—exhibition of a miracle.    Madhya 11.231
  aisvarya-bhave—the mood of full opulence    Madhya 14.216
  aisvarya-sithila—weakened by majesty    Adi 4.17
  aisvarya-sithila-preme—to love enfeebled by opulence    Adi 3.16
  aisvarya-jnana—knowledge of opulence    Antya 7.35
  aisvarya-jnana haite—than transcendental love in opulence    Antya 7.45
  aisvarya-jnana-hina—without reverential considerations    Madhya 19.193
  aisvarya-jnana-hina—devoid of knowledge of opulences    Antya 7.41
  aisvarya-jnana-misra—knowledge of Krsna mixed with a reverential attitude    Madhya 19.192
  aisvarya-jnana-pradhanye—in the predominance of awe and veneration    Madhya 19.194
  aisvarya-jnana-yukta—with understanding of the opulences    Antya 7.26
  aisvarya-jnane—in knowledge of the opulences    Adi 3.17
  aisvarya-jnane—in the knowledge of opulence    Madhya 8.230
  aisvarya-jnane—in opulence    Madhya 9.130
  aisvarya-jnane—because of knowledge of the opulence    Madhya 19.196
  aisvarya-jnane—by understanding of the opulences    Antya 7.26
  aisvarya-jnane—in the understanding of opulence    Antya 7.28
  aisvarya-jnane—due to knowledge of opulences    Antya 7.145
  aisvarya-jnanete—with knowledge of the opulences    Adi 3.16
  aisvarya-jnani-gane—learned scholars knowing the opulence of Krsna.    Madhya 19.229
  aisvarya-made—being proud of his opulence    Antya 5.138
  aisvarya-mattasya—of one who was intoxicated by opulences    SB 7.4.20
  aisvarya-mattena—being very proud of material opulence    SB 6.7.11
  aisvarya-maya—full of opulence    Adi 5.27-28
  aisvarya-madhurya-maya—full of opulence and the sweetness of love    Madhya 21.120
  aisvarya-pravina—prominence of awe and reverence.    Madhya 19.193
  aisvarya-purna—full of all opulences    Madhya 20.315
  aisvarya-svabhava—opulences and characteristics    Antya 5.83
  aisvarya-sagara—an ocean of opulence    Madhya 21.31
  aisvarya-adi—of all kinds of opulence    SB 5.20.40
  aisvarya-ananda—bliss due to opulence    SB 5.24.8
  cit-aisvarya—spiritual opulence    Adi 7.111
  krsna-aisvarya—of the opulence of Krsna    Madhya 25.259
  krsnera aisvarya—the opulence of Krsna    Madhya 21.98
  madhura-aisvarya—of sweetness and opulence    Madhya 21.44
  madhura-aisvarya-visesa-salini—especially by the opulence of conjugal love    Madhya 21.45
  maha-aisvarya-yukta—very opulent in riches    Madhya 16.218
  madhurya-aisvarya—of the sweetness and opulence    Madhya 21.1
  sat-aisvarya—of six kinds of opulences    Adi 2.23
  sat-aisvarya—six kinds of opulence    Madhya 21.5
  sat-aisvarya—six opulences    Madhya 21.8
  sat-aisvarya—the six opulences    Madhya 21.96
  sat-aisvarya—possessing six opulences    Antya 5.119
  sat-aisvarya-bhandara—the storehouse of six opulences    Madhya 21.47
  sat-aisvarya-sakti—six kinds of opulence.    Madhya 25.107
  sat-aisvarya-pati—the master of six opulences    Madhya 15.179
  sat-aisvarya-purna—with six opulences in full    Madhya 6.152
  sat-aisvarya-purna bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, full in all six opulences    Madhya 25.33
  sat-vidha-aisvarya—six kinds of opulences    Adi 5.44
  nija-aisvarya—His personal opulence    Madhya 21.145
  purna-aisvarya—full of all opulences    Madhya 25.114
  purna-aisvarya-prabhu-jnana—knowledge of the full opulences of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 19.219
  purna-aisvarya-purna—full of all opulences    Madhya 21.92
  sarva-aisvarya—all opulences    Madhya 8.136
  sarva-aisvarya-paripurna—full with all opulences    Madhya 6.140
  sarva-aisvarya-prakase—manifestation of His full opulence    Madhya 20.398
  tulya-aisvarya—equal in opulence    SB 8.15.10-11
  yoga-aisvarya-sariraya—whose body is full of opulences and mystic power    SB 8.16.33
  atma-aisvarya—his own personal opulence    SB 9.15.25
  atma-aisvarya-smrtih—remembrance of the exalted transcendental position of Me, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 6.9.47

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