Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: asaya

  āśaya—the mind    SB 3.31.13
  āśaya—purpose    SB-4.21.34
  āśaya—desire    SB-4.21.35
  āśaya—by culture    SB 5.11.11
  āśaya—disposition    SB 5.12.10
  āśaya—of desires    SB 7.3.29
  āśaya—with mind, intelligence and false ego    SB 8.20.22
  āśaya—intention.    Madhya 6.262
  āśaya—determination    Antya 3.239
  āśaya—His desire.    Antya 4.97
  āśayā—with hope    SB 1.14.40
  āśayā—with the desire    Adi 6.74
  āśayā—in the hope    Antya 17.51
  mahā-āśaya—the great personality    Madhya 2.73, Madhya 3.23
  mahā-āśaya—my dear Sir    Madhya 6.187, Madhya 9.97
  arpita-āśayā—fully surrendered.    SB 4.30.16
  dravya-guṇa-karma-āśaya—in a combination of material elements, material qualities, and the results of past activities and desires    SB 5.10.6
  grasana-āśayā—expecting to swallow all the cowherd boys    SB 10.12.16
  jala-āśaya—ocean    SB 5.1.22
  jala-āśaya—in the lake    SB 5.2.4
  jala-āśaya-abhyāśam—near the water tank    SB 10.11.46
  karma-āśaya—resultant action and desire for material enjoyment    SB 10.8.37-39
  mahā-āśaya—the great personality Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Madhya 2.79
  prabhura āśaya—Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's desire    Antya 4.237
  prātaḥ-āśāya—for breakfast    SB 3.2.2
  pāpa-āśaya—reservoir of sinful activities    Antya 4.152
  raghunātha-mahā-āśaya—the shelter of Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī    Adi 5.202
  utsaṅga-sukha-āśayā—by the desire for the happiness of the association    Antya 1.152
  vana-āśāya—just to enjoy a picnic in the forest    SB 10.12.1
  yāra āśāya—by hoping for which    Antya 16.144
  āśaya-abhijñaḥ—understanding the heart    SB 3.23.22
  āśaya-malāḥ—contaminated desires in the heart    SB 6.16.45
  āśaya-maye—and that filled with desires (the mind)    SB 7.9.35
  āśaya-sthitaḥ—situated within    Bg 10.20
  āśaya-ākṛtiḥ—whose mind and body    SB 7.7.36

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