Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ajnana

  ajñāna—ignorance    Bg 16.13-15, SB 1.13.45
  ajñāna—nescience    SB 3.7.7, SB 3.12.2
  ajñāna—of ignorance    Adi 1.88-89, Adi 3.59
  ajñāna—ignorant    Bg 18.72
  ajñāna—ignorance.    Adi 2.96
  ajñāna—by ignorance    Antya 2.99
  ajñāna pāṣaṇḍa—the atheist of ignorance.    Antya 3.46
  ajñāna-bandhanāt—from all kinds of ignorance, especially the bodily concept of life    SB 8.4.6
  ajñāna-bhidā—which drives away the ignorance of the material modes    SB 10.2.35
  ajñāna-jam—due to ignorance    Bg 10.11
  ajñāna-jam—products of ignorance    Bg 14.8
  ajñāna-mattam—maddened by ignorance or foolishly passing time in karma, jñāna, yoga and Māyāvāda philosophy    Madhya 19.54
  ajñāna-mohitaḥ—being bewildered by ignorance    SB 6.17.18
  ajñāna-mūlaḥ—whose root is ignorance    SB 7.7.27
  ajñāna-prabhavaḥ—because of the great influence of ignorance    SB 8.19.13
  ajñāna-prabhavā—by the influence of ignorance    SB 10.4.26
  ajñāna-sambhavaḥ—which is to be accepted by foolish persons ignorantly trying to become happy.    SB 10.6.39-40
  ajñāna-sambhūtam—outcome of ignorance    Bg 4.42
  ajñāna-tamaḥ—of the darkness of ignorance    Adi 1.94
  ajñāna-tamera—of the darkness of ignorance    Adi 1.90
  ajñāna-ādi—of ignorance, etc.    Adi 1.107
  sakala-i ajñāna—all ignorance    Antya 2.99

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