Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: antara

  antara—within.    Madhya 1.51, Madhya 1.56, Madhya 5.114
  antara—the heart    Adi 4.106, Madhya 3.121
  antara—at heart.    Antya 2.139, Antya 6.23
  antara—the heart.    Antya 3.231, Antya 16.48
  antarā—between    SB 3.29.26, SB 4.21.11
  antara—and in the middle    SB 6.16.36
  antara—period.    Adi 3.9
  antara—in the heart    Adi 4.110
  antara—space between    Adi 4.171
  antara—internal    Adi 10.97
  antara—without cessation.    Adi 17.46
  antara—within    Madhya 2.17
  antara—within the mind.    Madhya 10.67
  antara—within Himself.    Madhya 10.154
  antara—his contemplation.    Madhya 10.160
  antara—separate.    Madhya 12.215
  antara—within You    Madhya 21.15
  antara—internally    Madhya 22.156-157
  antara—within themselves.    Antya 6.183
  antara—different.    Antya 7.89
  antarā—from within    SB 2.10.17
  antarā—separated    SB 4.28.54
  antarā—while in youth    SB 9.18.40
  manu-antara—period of a Manu    Adi 3.8, Adi 3.8
  anartha-antara-bhāvena—Himself in the status of Viṣṇu    SB 5.6.6
  antara-bhāva—duality    SB 3.15.34
  antara-dadhāt—kept hidden and invisible for some time    SB 10.13.15
  antara-gatena—being overtaken    SB 2.7.27
  antara-kathā—confidential talks    Adi 12.48
  antara-ātmanā—by the innermost part of the heart    SB 1.11.32
  bhāva-antara—a change of ecstasy    Madhya 13.120
  deśa-antara—to different parts of the country.    Antya 12.84
  dugdha-antara—something other than milk    Madhya 20.309
  duḥkhita antara—very unhappy within the mind.    Madhya 16.230
  dvi-lakṣa-yojana-antara-gatāḥ—situated at a distance of 1,600,000 miles    SB 5.22.15
  grāma-antara haite—from different villages    Madhya 7.102
  grāma-antara haite—from other villages    Antya 6.55
  kari veśa-antara—changing the dress.    Madhya 16.161
  kariyācha antara—you have kept within your mind.    Antya 2.31
  karma-antara—in other household affairs    SB 10.9.1-2
  kṛpā-pūrṇa-antara—whose hearts are always filled with mercy.    Antya 12.3
  kāla-antara-kṛtam—things done in the past, at a different time (in the kaumāra age)    SB 10.12.41
  manu-antara—of the manvantara millennium    SB 5.1.28
  manu-antara—prescribed duties given by the Manus    Adi 2.91-92
  manu-antara—period of Manu    Adi 3.9
  manu-antara—changes of Manu    Madhya 20.320
  manu-antara-avatāra—the incarnations of the Manus    Madhya 20.246
  manu-antara-avatāra—the Manu incarnations    Madhya 20.319
  manu-antara-avatāra—incarnations of Manu.    Madhya 20.322
  mora antara-vārtā—My internal intentions    Antya 1.86
  rasa-antara-āveśe—in the ecstatic love of different mellows    Antya 20.38
  sva-antara—his duration of life    SB 3.22.35
  tat-antara-gataḥ—now became entangled with the affairs of Kṛṣṇa, who was enjoying luncheon pastimes with His cowherd boys    SB 10.13.15
  tat-antarā—existing between the east, west, north and south    SB 9.11.3
  tat-gata-antara-bhāvena—his mind saturated with devotional service    SB 9.4.31-32
  tri-gavyūti-antara—within a limit of twelve miles    SB 10.6.14
  utkaṇṭhā-antara—with great anxiety in the mind.    Antya 2.38
  vīkṣya antarā—seeing her within the room    SB 10.6.9
  viṣaṇṇa-antara—morose mind    Antya 12.4
  vāñchā-antara-hīna—he has no other desire than to serve Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 24.182
  yuga-manv-antara-avatāra—the yuga and manv-antara incarnations    Adi 4.11-12
  ānanda-antara—very happy within Himself.    Madhya 3.40

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