Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: atita

  atīta—past    SB 8.24.7
  atīta—passed    SB 8.24.57
  atīta—transcendental    Adi 11.9
  atīta—gone    Madhya 24.181
  atīta-bhave—in the previous millennium    SB 1.5.23
  atīta-kalpa-ante—at the end of the period of the last Manu, or at the end of the last millennium    SB 9.1.2-3
  śāstra-loka-atīta—beyond the conception of people and the revealed scriptures    Antya 14.82
  guṇa-atīta—beyond the material qualities    Adi 5.104
  guṇa-atīta—beyond the material qualities, transcendental    Madhya 20.289
  guṇa-atīta—transcendental to the qualities of matter    Madhya 20.311
  loka-atīta—never experienced by any common man    Antya 16.110
  māyā-atīta—beyond the material nature    Madhya 20.264
  māyā-atīta—transcendental to the external energy    Madhya 20.311
  māyā-atīta haile—when one becomes transcendentally situated above this external energy    Madhya 25.118
  saṅkhyā-atīta—innumerable    Adi 10.159

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