Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhuja

  bhuja—arms    SB 4.27.4, SB 4.30.7, SB 9.15.31, Adi 17.291, Madhya 17.108, Antya 15.75
  bhuja—branches    SB 1.6.12, SB 4.31.14, Madhya 22.63
  bhuja—the arms    Madhya 8.224, Madhya 9.123
  bhuja—hands    SB 3.8.24
  bhuja—on His arms    SB 5.25.5
  bhuja—of arms    SB 7.8.19-22
  bhuja—on whose hands    SB 10.9.3
  catuh-bhuja—four-handed    Adi 5.27-28, Madhya 5.93, Madhya 6.202, Madhya 20.175, Madhya 21.22
  bhuja-danda—by the arms    Madhya 8.80, Madhya 8.232, Madhya 9.121, Antya 7.29
  bhuja-danda-yugam—the two arms    Madhya 24.50, Antya 15.70
  catur-bhuja—four-armed    Adi 17.286, Adi 17.290
  dvi-bhuja—two-handed    Adi 17.15, Madhya 20.175
  asmat-bhuja—from my hand    SB 3.18.5
  baddha-setu-bhuja-uru-anghri—whose arms, thighs and feet were strongly built bridges    SB 10.6.15-17
  bhuja-adhirudhah—being seated on the wings of    SB 2.7.16
  bhuja-antarat—from the entanglement in the midst of the arms    SB 8.12.29-30
  bhuja-antah—end of the arm    Antya 16.87
  bhuja-danda-yugmam—both of my arms    SB 1.15.13
  bhuja-dandaih—with arms    SB 4.7.32
  bhuja-dandaih—with stout arms    SB 5.20.40
  bhuja-dandah—arm    Madhya 18.38
  bhuja-lata—by beautiful arms, which are compared to tender creepers in the forest    SB 5.14.28
  bhuja-padoh—of the arms and legs    Antya 14.73
  bhuja-vallarih—arms like creepers    Antya 1.146
  bhuja-virya—by the strength of their arms    SB 8.7.10
  bhuja-yugala—two arms    Antya 15.75
  bhuja-asrayaih—being protected by the arms    SB 8.11.44
  bhuja-asrayah—under the protection of    SB 1.14.32-33
  bhuja-anana—hands and faces    SB 1.3.4
  catur-bhuja—four hands    Adi 6.32
  catur-bhuja—fourhanded    Madhya 9.64
  catur-bhuja-murti—four-handed form    Madhya 9.149
  catur-bhuja-murti—four-armed form    Madhya 10.33
  catur-bhuja-rupa—the form with four hands    Madhya 6.203
  catuh-bhuja—four arms    Adi 2.61
  catuh-bhuja—four-armed    Adi 17.14
  catuh-bhuja haile—when He becomes four-handed    Madhya 20.176
  dvi-bhuja—two arms    Adi 2.29
  dvi-bhuja—two hands    Adi 5.27-28
  dvi-bhuja—two-armed    Adi 17.292
  lata-bhuja-asrayah—who takes shelter of the soft arms of his beautiful wife which are like creepers    SB 5.13.16
  maha-bhuja—O mighty-armed    SB 4.25.42
  maha-bhuja—O great mighty-armed one    SB 9.18.22
  maha-bhuja—O mighty-armed one    Adi 6.71
  maha-bhuja—with mighty arms.    SB 10.4.9
  sat-bhuja—six-armed    Adi 17.13
  sat-bhuja-darsana—a vision of the six-armed Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.    Adi 17.12
  su-bhuja—very beautiful arms    SB 8.8.41-46
  upendra-bhuja-palitah—being protected by the arms of Vamanadeva, Upendra    SB 8.23.25
  ye-kale dvi-bhuja—when the Lord appears as two-handed    Madhya 20.176
  a-janu-lambita-bhuja—arms that reach the knees    Adi 3.44
  aviskrta-bhuja-yugala-dvayam—who manifested Himself with four arms    SB 5.3.3

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