Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhanga

  bhaṅga—broken    Adi 7.31-32, Madhya 15.150
  bhaṅga—breaking.    Madhya 7.47
  bhaṅga—by the waves    Antya 15.14
  tri-bhaṅga—bent in three places    Madhya 1.86, Madhya 21.105
  tri-bhaṅga—curved in three places    Madhya 18.60, Antya 14.18
  bhaṅga haila—was broken    Adi 4.179
  bhaṅga karāilā—you have broken.    Antya 18.109
  bhaṅga-udagrā—being strong enough for breaking    Antya 1.155
  bhrū-bhaṅga—signals of the eyebrow    SB 2.2.12
  bhrū-bhaṅga—even the slightest agitation of an eyebrow.    Adi 10.45
  bhrū-bhaṅga-mātreṇa—simply by the flicking of the eyebrows    SB 9.4.53-54
  daṇḍa-bhaṅga-līlā—the pastime of breaking the staff    Madhya 5.158
  dhanuka bhāṅga—break your bow    Madhya 24.256
  kailā saṅga-bhaṅga—He has broken My association.    Antya 11.94
  kārya-bhaṅga—disturbance of activities.    Madhya 7.20
  nidrā-bhaṅga—breaking of sleep.    Antya 10.91
  svapna-bhaṅga—breaking of the dream    Adi 5.197
  svara-bhaṅga—faltering of the voice    Madhya 15.279
  svara-bhaṅga—faltering voice    Madhya 25.68
  tri-bhaṅga-ṭhāma—figure curved in three places    Madhya 2.56
  vrata-bhaṅga—the end of my vow    Antya 3.126
  yamala-arjuna-bhaṅga—the place where the twin arjuna trees were broken    Madhya 18.68

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