Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ajah

  ajah—Lord Brahma    SB 3.33.2, SB 4.6.8, SB 5.17.22-23, SB 7.11.13, SB 8.8.16, SB 8.9.26, SB 10.12.35, SB 10.13.44, SB 10.13.55, SB 10.13.56
  ajah—unborn    Bg 2.20, Bg 4.6, SB 1.8.33, SB 3.25.1, SB 7.1.6
  ajah—the unborn    SB 1.15.34, SB 2.6.39, SB 3.2.15, SB 3.10.4, SB 7.3.31
  ajah—the unborn (Lord Brahma)    SB 3.24.10, SB 4.8.20
  ajah—Aja    SB 6.6.17-18, SB 9.13.22
  ajah—Lord Sri Krsna.    SB 10.13.28, SB 10.13.57
  ajah—unborn.    SB 1.8.16
  ajah—due to being unborn.    SB 2.7.49
  ajah—one who is born without a material source    SB 2.8.9
  ajah—one who is unborn.    SB 3.5.50
  ajah—the self-born.    SB 3.8.19
  ajah—the self-born Brahma    SB 3.8.22
  ajah—the goat    SB 3.10.22
  ajah—Brahma    SB 3.20.42
  ajah—the unborn Brahma    SB 3.20.53
  ajah—Narayana.    SB 4.22.16
  ajah—Brahma.    SB 4.22.61
  ajah—never born    SB 5.11.13-14
  ajah—the supreme unborn one    SB 5.18.11
  ajah—as good as Lord Brahma.    SB 6.1.48
  ajah—although not from a material mother.    SB 6.4.48
  ajah—who was not born like an ordinary human being    SB 6.7.20
  ajah—unborn, beginningless    SB 8.1.13
  ajah—the unborn, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 8.3.33
  ajah—the son named Aja    SB 9.10.1
  ajah—Lord Aja    SB 10.6.22-23
  ajah—Krsna    SB 10.13.19
  ajah—she-goats    SB 9.19.5-6
  bhagavan ajah—the supreme creature of the universe, Lord Brahma    SB 9.4.57-59

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