Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: aksa

  akṣa—senses    SB 4.28.38, SB 4.29.70, SB 6.10.12, Madhya 8.224
  akṣa—eyes    SB 1.19.26
  akṣa—on the axle    SB 3.21.18
  akṣa—by senses    SB 3.21.33
  akṣa—windows    SB 4.25.14
  akṣa—akṣa fruits    SB 8.2.9-13
  akṣa—the senses    Madhya 9.123
  aravinda-akṣa—O lotus-eyed one    SB 6.11.26, SB 10.2.32, Madhya 22.30, Madhya 24.131, Madhya 24.141, Madhya 25.32
  ambuja-akṣa—O lotus-eyed one    SB 1.11.9, Antya 4.63
  akṣa-hṛdayam—the secrets of the art of gambling    SB 9.9.16-17
  akṣa-jaḥ—the Lord, who was born from the nostril of Brahmā.    SB 3.19.2
  akṣa-mālām—rudrākṣa beads    SB 4.6.38
  akṣa-mālām—a string of Rudrākṣa beads    SB 8.18.16
  akṣa-viṣayam—now a subject matter for seeing    SB 3.15.38
  ambuja-akṣa—O lotus-eyed Lord    SB 10.2.30
  aravinda-akṣa—My Lord, whose eyes are like the petals of a lotus    SB 8.24.30
  aravinda-akṣa—O great hero with eyes like the petals of a lotus    SB 9.20.14
  cakra-akṣa—the two wheels and the axle    SB 10.7.7
  hema-jāla-akṣa—from dainty little windows made of networks of gold    SB 8.15.19
  kamala-akṣa—the lotus-eyed    Adi 6.31
  kaṭa-akṣa—glances    Adi 4.155
  kṛṣṇa kṛṣṇa aravinda-akṣa—O Kṛṣṇa, my son, lotus-eyed Kṛṣṇa    SB 10.11.15
  pratyak-dhṛta-akṣa—eyes settled for introspection    SB 3.8.4
  puṇḍarīka-akṣa—O lotus-eyed Lord    SB 7.10.9
  puṇḍarīka-akṣa—O lotus-eyed one    Madhya 23.37
  sarva-akṣa—of all material senses    SB 4.30.22
  taila-yantra-akṣa-vat—like the axle of an oil-pressing machine    SB 5.21.14
  tri-akṣa—Lord Śiva (who has three eyes)    SB 4.7.22
  tri-akṣa—Tryakṣa (three-eyed)    SB 7.2.4-5

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