Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bala

  bala—strength    Bg 17.8-10, SB 4.14.14, SB 5.1.36, SB 5.2.21, SB 5.24.30, SB 8.15.10-11, Adi 4.123, Adi 4.147, Adi 7.81, Adi 7.137 (and more...)
  bala—bodily strength    SB 7.4.13, SB 7.8.8, SB 7.9.9
  bala—the strength    Adi 4.157, Antya 15.21
  bala—speak    Madhya 1.276, Madhya 18.204
  bala—say    Madhya 7.97, Madhya 9.361
  bala—force    Bg 17.5-6
  bala—Baladeva, the elder brother of Kṛṣṇa    SB 2.7.34-35
  bala—by bodily strength    SB 5.17.12
  bala—and strength    SB 6.13.16
  bala—and sufficient bodily strength    SB 7.3.23
  bala—and bodily strength    SB 7.8.50
  bala—the physical strength    SB 8.2.30
  bala—by the strength    SB 9.10.17
  bala—all of you chant    Adi 7.159
  bala—strength.    Adi 10.75
  bala—chant    Adi 12.25
  bala—you say.    Madhya 16.141
  bala—please say    Madhya 25.176
  bāla—boys    SB 1.8.49
  bāla—while a child    SB 2.3.15
  bāla—children    Madhya 18.121-122
  bālā—the woman    SB 4.8.16
  bālā—the lady    SB 4.8.17
  bālā—the innocent woman    SB 4.28.49
  bālā—that young daughter    SB 9.3.4
  bālā—innocent woman    SB 10.1.45
  bālā—bangles    Adi 3.46
  bālā—this young girl (Rādhikā).    Madhya 23.33
  bala bala—go on speaking, go on speaking    Adi 17.234, Adi 17.234, Adi 17.236, Adi 17.236, Adi 17.239, Adi 17.239, Madhya 3.14, Madhya 3.14, Madhya 14.231, Madhya 14.231
  bala bala—go on reciting    Madhya 14.9, Madhya 14.9
  bāla-vat—like a boy.    SB 6.15.6, SB 7.13.10
  kṛṣṇa bala—say Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 17.205, Madhya 17.205
  bala hari hari—chant Hari, Hari.    Madhya 19.42
  bala-bhadraḥ—Balabhadra    SB 5.20.26
  bala-bhit—the slayer of the demon Bala    SB 6.12.32
  bala-śāline—unto the most powerful, the supreme powerful    SB 9.3.36
  bala-indriyaḥ—whose strength and power of the senses    SB 6.17.2-3
  bala-pākayoḥ—of the two demons known as Bala and Pāka    SB 8.11.28
  bala-ucchrayāt—because of extensive bodily strength.    SB 10.2.13
  bala-udayam—manifested by the strength of.    SB 3.6.35
  bala-upetāḥ—very powerful persons    SB 8.11.35
  bala-vīrya-dṛptaḥ—puffed up by bodily strength and his ability to conquer anyone    SB 7.8.46
  bala-vīryam—strength and energy    SB 8.7.11
  bala-vīryayoḥ—of the strength and power    SB 4.6.7
  bala-ādhikyāt—because of extraordinary strength    SB 10.8.12
  bhakti-bala—the strength of devotion    Madhya 1.245
  bhoṭa-kam-bala—woolen blanket    Madhya 20.44
  bhāgya-bala—strength of fortune    Antya 16.145
  buddhi-bala-udayam—intelligence and bodily strength are present    SB 10.1.48
  bāla-agra—the tip of a hair    Madhya 19.141
  bāla-bhāṣitam—childish talk from the assembled children    SB 10.7.10
  bāla-ceṣṭitaiḥ—by His activities like those of a child trying to do so many things.    SB 10.11.9
  bāla-ceṣṭitaiḥ—by the activities and pastimes of childhood    SB 10.11.37
  bāla-cāñcalya kare—sport like children    Madhya 14.84
  bāla-dhvanim—the crying of the newborn child    SB 10.4.1
  bāla-gaja-līlaḥ—acting like a baby elephant in a forest of sugarcane    SB 9.10.6-7
  bāla-ghnyaḥ—the killers of the child    SB 6.16.14
  bāla-ghnyāḥ—who was determined to kill small children    SB 10.11.24
  bāla-ghātinī—a Rākṣasī who killed    SB 10.6.2
  bāla-gopāla—Lord Kṛṣṇa as a child    Adi 14.9
  bāla-gopāla—the Deity Bāla-gopāla    Madhya 15.59
  bāla-gopāla-mantre—with the mantra of Bāla-gopāla, child Kṛṣṇa    Antya 7.148
  bāla-grahaḥ—the witch, whose business was to kill small babies    SB 10.6.7
  bāla-grahāḥ ca—and those attacking children    SB 10.6.27-29
  bāla-hatyā—infanticide    SB 1.7.56
  bāla-hatyā—because of killing the child    SB 6.16.14
  bāla-hatyā-vratam—the atonement fur killing the child    SB 6.16.14
  bāla-hitam—the welfare of one’s child    SB 4.20.31
  bāla-līlayā—childhood.    SB 3.2.2
  bāla-prajā—having young children    SB 1.9.13
  bāla-siṁha—lion cub    SB 3.2.28
  bāla-vat—like a child    SB 3.18.24
  bāla-vat—exactly like a human child    SB 10.11.7
  bāla-vyajana-chatra-agryaiḥ—protected by beautifully decorated umbrellas and the best of cāmaras    SB 8.10.16-18
  dayā-bala—power of mercy.    Madhya 1.202
  kuru-bala-abdhim—the ocean of the military strength of the Kurus    SB 1.15.14
  kṛpa-mahā-bala—how greatly powerful is the mercy    Madhya 14.16
  loka-bāla-ghnī—who used to kill human children    SB 10.6.35-36
  mahā-bala—of great strength.    Madhya 13.88
  mahā-bala—very powerful.    Antya 16.60
  mora bala—my strength.    Madhya 23.123
  mādhurī-bala—strength of sweetness    Madhya 2.62
  nija-bala—Your own strength    Madhya 1.200
  parama pra-bala—very powerful    Madhya 13.155
  sarva bala—all potencies    Madhya 15.168
  sva-bala-naṣṭim—the destruction of his own soldiers    SB 9.10.21
  tapaḥ-yoga-bala—by austerity, mystic power and strength    SB 7.10.27
  tat-bāla-caritāni—in which the activities of her own child were enacted    SB 10.9.1-2
  uru-bala-anvitaḥ—extremely powerful    SB 3.5.34
  vidhi-bala—the strength of providence    Madhya 2.30
  vipra-bala-udarkaḥ—flourishing because of the brahminical power invested in him    SB 8.15.31
  yajña-bhuk bāla-keliḥ—although He accepts offerings in yajña, for the sake of childhood pastimes He was enjoying foodstuffs very jubilantly with His cowherd boyfriends.    SB 10.13.11
  yāra yata bala—with whatever strength they had    Madhya 14.51
  ā-bāla—from the children.    Madhya 7.81
  ā-bāla-vṛddha—beginning from the children up to the old persons    Madhya 4.83

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