Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: asmat

  asmat—our    SB 4.1.31, SB 4.8.37, SB 4.24.67, SB 5.17.2, SB 5.24.25, SB 6.11.23, SB 9.5.9
  asmat—my    SB 4.15.23, SB 4.19.34, SB-4.21.28-29
  asmat—of us    SB 6.9.34, SB 8.20.15
  asmat—from this    Adi 1.5, Adi 4.55
  asmat—by us    SB 1.18.46
  asmat—unto us, beginning from Brahma down to the insignificant ant    SB 2.7.23
  asmat—of me    SB 3.8.8
  asmat—from me    SB 3.18.22-23
  asmat—all of us    SB 10.12.19
  asmat—ourselves    Bg 1.37-38
  asmat—from this (universe)    SB 3.4.30
  asmat—from this process    SB 4.28.42
  asmat—from this attachment for sex life    SB 5.5.9
  asmat—from the effect (this material world)    SB 8.3.3
  asmat—as now visible    SB 8.24.43
  asmat—from Jaya    SB 9.13.25
  asmat—from him    SB 10.1.60
  asmat—from those persons    SB 10.3.27
  asmat pituh—of our father, Hiranyakasipu    SB 7.9.23
  asmat-bhuja—from my hand    SB 3.18.5
  asmat-dharyam—the garment meant for me    SB 9.18.11
  asmat-dharyam—meant to be worn by us    SB 9.18.12-14
  asmat-karana-gocaram—appreciable by our direct senses, especially by our eyes    SB 8.5.45
  asmat-kula—our family    SB 4.11.8
  asmat-prabhuh—our Lord    Madhya 17.210
  asmat-vidhaih—by persons like us    SB 4.8.35
  asmat-vidhaih—like me    SB 4.17.36
  asmat-vidhasya—of a person like me    SB 5.2.12
  asmat-vidhah—like us    SB 5.24.26
  asmat-vidhanam—of persons like us    SB 6.17.11
  asmat-adayah—persons like us    SB 2.6.38
  asmat-adayah—including ourselves (Narada and others also glorified Hiranyakasipu)    SB 7.4.14
  asmat-asthitah—possessed by us    SB 4.4.21

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