Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhiksa

  bhiksa—lunch    Madhya 3.168, Madhya 8.54, Madhya 9.215, Madhya 9.217, Madhya 9.296, Madhya 9.352, Madhya 15.188, Madhya 19.250, Madhya 19.251, Madhya 19.252 (and more...)
  bhiksa—alms    Adi 17.269, Madhya 3.38, Madhya 6.39, Madhya 7.106, Antya 8.41
  bhiksa—luncheon    Madhya 6.215, Madhya 9.350, Madhya 11.205
  bhiksa—invitation for lunch    Madhya 15.192, Madhya 15.194, Madhya 15.196
  bhiksa—accepting lunch    Madhya 25.254, Antya 8.42
  bhiksa—accepting food    Adi 7.46
  bhiksa—accepting food from others    Adi 7.152
  bhiksa—accepted prasada    Adi 10.152-154
  bhiksa—prasada    Adi 10.156
  bhiksa—begging    Adi 12.35
  bhiksa—accepting alms    Madhya 1.94
  bhiksa—eating    Madhya 1.137
  bhiksa—the proportion of eating    Madhya 1.266
  bhiksa—acceptance    Madhya 6.111
  bhiksa—of offering alms    Madhya 6.283
  bhiksa—food    Madhya 7.123
  bhiksa—accepting prasada    Madhya 7.130
  bhiksa—offering of alms    Madhya 9.180
  bhiksa kari—after finishing His lunch    Madhya 9.284, Madhya 17.90, Antya 8.12
  bhiksa dena—offers food    Madhya 7.52, Antya 12.63
  bhiksa deha—please give alms    Antya 11.74
  bhiksa dena—offer lunch    Madhya 18.134
  bhiksa diba—I shall offer food    Madhya 17.182
  bhiksa dibe—will give You food    Madhya 17.11
  bhiksa dibe—will arrange for cooking    Madhya 17.19
  bhiksa dibe—will give offerings of food    Antya 2.43
  bhiksa diba—give lunch    Antya 12.122
  bhiksa dila—offered alms    Madhya 9.176
  bhiksa dila—gave lunch    Madhya 17.89
  bhiksa dila—gave boarding    Madhya 10.92
  bhiksa dimu—shall supply the food    Madhya 3.171
  bhiksa dimu—shall cook and offer food    Antya 2.55
  bhiksa dite—to offer Him lunch    Madhya 9.92
  bhiksa dite—to offer food    Madhya 16.25
  bhiksa dite—to offer lunch    Madhya 19.77
  bhiksa kaila—took His luncheon    Madhya 9.185
  bhiksa kaila—took lunch    Madhya 16.286
  bhiksa kaila—accepted lunch.    Madhya 18.21
  bhiksa kaila—took prasada    Antya 7.170
  bhiksa kaila—You accepted food.    Madhya 17.78
  bhiksa kaila—accepted lunch.    Madhya 17.167
  bhiksa kaila—honored the prasada    Antya 11.87
  bhiksa kara—accept lunch    Madhya 15.191
  bhiksa karaha—accept lunch    Madhya 15.189
  bhiksa kare—takes alms or eats    Madhya 7.131-132
  bhiksa kare—takes His lunch    Madhya 12.70
  bhiksa kare—accepts food    Antya 8.39
  bhiksa karena—begs alms    Antya 13.47
  bhiksa kari—accepting prasada    Madhya 9.20
  bhiksa kari—after accepting lunch    Madhya 9.23
  bhiksa kari—after taking lunch    Madhya 16.102
  bhiksa kari—collecting alms    Madhya 17.11
  bhiksa kari—after taking His lunch    Madhya 20.75
  bhiksa kari—after finishing lunch    Antya 4.120
  bhiksa karibare—to take His lunch.    Madhya 9.327
  bhiksa karibare—to accept lunch    Madhya 20.72
  bhiksa karilena—took prasada, or took lunch    Adi 7.151
  bhiksa karaila—made to eat.    Madhya 4.156
  bhiksa karaila—gave prasada to eat    Madhya 7.86
  bhiksa karaila—offered lunch    Madhya 9.284
  bhiksa karaila—gave lunch    Madhya 17.187
  bhiksa karaila—made take His lunch    Madhya 19.88
  bhiksa karaila—delivered prasada to eat    Antya 11.86
  bhiksa karana—after offering prasada    Madhya 6.46
  bhiksa karana—after offering lunch    Madhya 9.84
  bhiksa karana—after giving lunch    Madhya 9.353
  bhiksa karana—after offering the lunch    Madhya 19.249
  bhiksa laba—I should accept lunch.    Madhya 20.81
  bhiksa lagi—for prasada    Madhya 4.11
  bhiksa lagi—for lunch    Madhya 17.176
  bhiksa lagi—for begging alms    Antya 6.219
  bhiksa lagi—for begging    Antya 6.282
  bhiksa magila—requested lunch    Madhya 17.181
  bhiksa nirvahana—asking alms of food    Antya 3.101
  bhiksa nirvahila—took His meal.    Madhya 18.74
  bhiksa sankocana—minimizing His eating.    Antya 20.115
  bhiksa ye karila—accepted prasada.    Antya 4.116
  bhiksa amara—My accepting prasada    Antya 8.53
  bhiksa-abhave—in the absence of alms    Antya 14.45
  bhiksa-annam—quantity of food    Antya 8.1
  bhiksa-avasesa—of remnants of the food    Antya 4.121
  bhiksa-atana—collecting alms.    Madhya 17.19
  bhiksa-krtya—and arrangements for cooking.    Madhya 17.17
  bhiksa-kale—at the time for lunch    Antya 4.117
  bhiksa-nimantrana—the invitation to dine    Antya 10.158
  bhiksa-nirvahana—accepting alms.    Antya 3.168
  bhiksa-nirvahana—accepting food as alms    Antya 3.217
  bhiksa-vyavahara—accepting meals.    Madhya 1.233
  bhiksa-atana—begging from door to door    Antya 14.48
  bhiksa karaila—offered lunch    Madhya 19.248
  bhala bhiksa—good lunch    Madhya 9.216
  ei bhiksa magon—I beg one favor    Madhya 3.189
  eka bhiksa—one favor    Madhya 19.249
  kaila bhiksa nirvahana—completed His lunch    Antya 16.102
  karyachena bhiksa—accepted lunch    Madhya 17.177
  misra-ghare bhiksa—prasada at the house of Tapana Misra    Madhya 25.218
  sanatane bhiksa deha—give Sanatana also lunch    Madhya 20.73
  simha-dvare bhiksa-vrtti—to beg alms standing at the Simha-dvara    Antya 6.284
  snana-bhiksa-adi—bathing and accepting food    Madhya 17.228-229
  sthula-bhiksa—full meals    Madhya 19.128
  tomara bhiksa—lunch at your place    Madhya 15.190
  tumi bhiksa deha—better for you to cook    Madhya 17.177
  tumi bhiksa kara—You take Your lunch    Madhya 20.74
  tanra bhiksa—food offered by him    Madhya 17.180
  yathesta bhiksa karila—ate sumptuously    Antya 8.11

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