Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ambara

  ambara—dresses    SB 1.3.4
  ambara—clothing    SB 5.16.24
  ambara—sky    SB 6.9.21
  ambara—dress    SB 8.7.15
  ambara—like the sky    Antya 1.191
  ambara—and dress.    SB 6.14.48
  carma-ambara—deerskin garment    Madhya 10.158, Madhya 10.160
  pita-ambara—yellow garments    Madhya 21.109, Antya 19.39
  pita-ambara-dharah—dressed with yellow garments    Adi 5.214, Madhya 8.140
  ambara-dharam—covered with the dresses    Bg 11.10-11
  ambara-adisu—in such dresses and ornaments    SB 9.4.27
  ambara-akalpaih—with nice clothing and ornaments    SB 9.4.31-32
  carma-ambara—dress of skin    Madhya 1.285
  carma-ambara—the garment of deerskin    Madhya 10.159
  carma-ambara chadi—giving up the deerskin garment    Madhya 10.161
  carma-ambara-paridhane—by putting on a garment of skin    Madhya 10.159
  divya-srak-ambara-alepa—she then assumed the form of a demigoddess, completely decorated with sandalwood pulp, flower garlands and a nice dress    SB 10.4.10-11
  kapisa-kauseya-ambara-dharam—wearing a yellow silk garment    SB 5.3.3
  krsna-ambara—by a blue cloth    Madhya 14.189
  mrga-carma-ambara—a garment made of deerskin    Madhya 10.154
  pita-ambara—dressed with yellow garments    Madhya 9.73
  pita-ambara—dressed in yellow cloth    Madhya 12.59
  pita-ambara—golden covering    Madhya 18.118
  pita-ambara—with yellow garments    Antya 14.18
  pita-ambara—the yellow dress    Antya 15.66
  pita-ambara-dhara—one who wears yellow garments    Antya 17.60
  pita-ambara-dharah—wearing yellow garments    Madhya 8.81
  rakta-ambara—red clothes    Madhya 5.136
  ratna-ogha-sata-kaumbha-ambara-avrtan—covered with jewels and cloth embroidered with gold.    SB 10.5.3
  viraja-ambara—very clean cloth    SB 8.8.41-46

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