Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: brahma

  brahma—Lord Brahma    SB 3.11.35, SB 3.16.13, SB 3.22.2, SB 3.24.12, SB 3.26.69, SB 4.7.14, SB 4.15.9-10, SB 4.15.16, SB 6.4.45, SB 7.9.3 (and more...)
  brahma—Brahman    Bg 7.29, Bg 8.1, Bg 8.3, SB 3.24.10, SB 3.26.11, SB 3.32.12-15, SB 3.32.26, SB 3.33.8, SB 3.33.30, SB 4.9.16 (and more...)
  brahma—the Absolute Truth    Bg 4.25, SB 1.2.24, SB 3.21.8, SB 3.32.31, SB 4.6.37, SB 7.12.16, SB 10.13.61, Adi 7.111, Madhya 6.149, Madhya 6.151 (and more...)
  brahma—the Supreme    Bg 4.24, Bg 4.30, Bg 5.19, Bg 18.50, SB 1.15.44, SB 3.5.36, SB 3.10.12, SB 3.11.42, SB 5.12.11, SB 8.3.20-21 (and more...)
  brahma—Lord Brahma    SB 4.1.15, SB 4.1.26-27, SB 4.7.22, SB 6.13.2, SB 8.7.12, SB 8.8.27, SB 10.2.42, Madhya 18.116, Madhya 25.80, Antya 3.262
  brahma—the Absolute    Bg 8.24, Bg 13.31, SB 1.5.4, SB 2.3.2-7, SB 2.7.47, SB 4.7.35
  brahma—absolute    Bg 8.13, SB 2.1.17, SB 2.10.36, SB 4.28.42, SB 7.13.4
  brahma—spirit    Bg 13.13, SB 4.13.8-9, SB 4.16.25, SB 4.20.10
  brahma—the brahmanas    SB 2.1.37, SB 3.16.4, SB 3.22.4, SB 9.21.19-20
  brahma—the impersonal Brahman    SB 4.24.60, Adi 1.3, Adi 2.5, Adi 2.6
  brahma—the Supreme Brahman    SB 6.4.30, SB 6.16.56, SB 7.15.76, SB 9.9.29
  brahma—the Vedas    Bg 3.15, SB 2.2.34, SB 4.2.30
  brahma—Supreme    Bg 5.6, Bg 14.3, Bg 14.4
  brahma—Absolute Truth    SB 2.9.45, Madhya 9.30, Madhya 24.72
  brahma—impersonal Brahman    SB 8.7.24, Adi 2.60, Madhya 20.157
  brahma—all the Vedas    Madhya 11.192, Madhya 19.72, Antya 16.27
  brahma—brahma    Madhya 17.129, Madhya 24.71, Madhya 24.73
  brahma—Transcendence    Bg 3.15, SB 9.2.14
  brahma—spiritual    Bg 4.24
  brahma—truth    Bg 10.12-13, Madhya 9.29
  brahma—of a brahmana    Bg 18.42, SB 3.16.29
  brahma—transcendental    SB 1.6.32, SB 9.4.10
  brahma—the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 4.8.76, Madhya 19.98
  brahma—of impersonal Brahman    Adi 2.26, Adi 5.36
  brahma—of the impersonal effulgence    Madhya 8.75, Antya 7.32
  brahma—Vedas    Bg 3.15
  brahma—spiritual nature    Bg 4.24
  brahma—spiritual kingdom    Bg 4.24
  brahma—the Vedic knowledge    SB 1.1.1
  brahma—Brahmaloka    SB 2.2.24
  brahma—is the brahmanas    SB 2.5.37
  brahma—Being    SB 2.10.7
  brahma—all the Vedas with their different branches of knowledge    SB 3.3.2
  brahma—the Vedic wisdom    SB 3.6.30
  brahma—Vedic sound    SB 3.13.26
  brahma—Gayatri hymns    SB 3.14.32
  brahma—brahmanas    SB 3.22.3
  brahma—knowledge of Brahman    SB 3.24.4
  brahma—the Supreme Absolute Truth    SB 3.32.28
  brahma—Veda    SB 4.2.32
  brahma—without change    SB 4.6.42
  brahma—the personified Vedas    SB 4.7.40
  brahma—the Supreme Brahman, the Personality of Godhead    SB 4.8.78
  brahma—unlimited    SB 4.11.14
  brahma—spiritual power    SB 4.14.41
  brahma—by Lord Brahma    SB 4.19.4
  brahma—Vedic    SB 4.21.5
  brahma—the brahminical culture    SB-4.21.42
  brahma—brahminical culture    SB 4.21.52
  brahma—all my brahminical qualifications    SB 6.2.26
  brahma—mantras beginning with om (such as om tad visnoh paramam padam sada pasyanti surayah)    SB 6.5.26
  brahma—of impersonal Brahman, or the Absolute Truth    SB 6.9.42
  brahma—spiritual knowledge    SB 6.9.52
  brahma—of the brahmanas    SB 6.13.17
  brahma—the supreme spirit    SB 6.16.55
  brahma—the impersonal Brahman (which is an emanation from Krsna)    SB 7.10.49
  brahma—the Gayatri mantra    SB 7.12.2
  brahma—the Parabrahman, Krsna    SB 7.15.75
  brahma—the greatest    SB 8.5.32
  brahma—the Vedic literatures    SB 8.5.41
  brahma—the all-pervading Absolute Truth    SB 8.12.7
  brahma—the supreme truth, the Absolute Truth, Brahman    SB 8.12.9
  brahma—all transcendental literatures    SB 8.24.56
  brahma—Vedic knowledge    SB 8.24.61
  brahma—from the activities of Brahman realization or austerity    SB 9.6.50
  brahma—You are known as Brahman    SB 10.3.24
  brahma—brahminical civilization    SB 10.4.39
  brahma—Krsna    SB 10.13.22
  brahma—of Lord Brahma    Adi 2.58
  brahma—called by the name Brahman    Adi 7.138
  brahma—the Supreme Lord    Madhya 10.168
  brahma—and brahma    Madhya 17.95
  brahma—the impersonal Brahman effulgence    Madhya 20.159
  brahma—the impersonal feature    Madhya 24.80
  brahma—impersonal Brahman realization    Madhya 24.110
  brahma—the grandfather of the living beings    SB 1.3.2
  brahma—in the order of Brahman    SB 1.3.6
  brahma—the first created living being    SB 3.10.1
  brahma—the Absolute    SB 3.12.48
  brahma—Brahma    SB 4.7.50
  brahma—acting as the chief brahmana    SB 9.7.22
  brahma—the supreme four-headed demigod    SB 10.2.25
  brahma—O Lord Brahma    Adi 2.34
  brahma—O Brahma    Adi 2.47
  brahma—the predominating deities known as Lord Brahma    Madhya 21.22
  brahma—the Lord Brahmas    Madhya 21.73
  brahma—even Lord Brahma    Antya 1.116
  brahma uvaca—Lord Brahma said    SB 2.5.9, SB 2.6.1, SB 2.7.1, SB 2.9.25, SB 3.9.1, SB 3.15.12, SB 3.16.1, SB 3.16.27, SB 3.18.22-23, SB 4.6.42 (and more...)
  sri-brahma uvaca—Lord Brahma said    SB 6.7.21, SB 7.3.17, SB 7.4.2, SB 7.8.40, SB 7.10.26, SB 8.5.26, SB 8.6.8, SB 8.22.21, SB 9.4.53-54
  brahma-bhutah—being one with the Absolute    Bg 18.54, Madhya 24.132
  brahma-bhutah—freed from material conceptions of life but attached to an impersonal situation    Madhya 8.65, Madhya 25.155
  brahma-nirvanam—liberation in the Supreme    Bg 5.25, Bg 5.26
  brahma-putrah—the sons of Lord Brahma    SB 6.17.12, SB 6.17.32
  brahma-samhita—the book named Brahma-samhita    Madhya 1.120, Madhya 9.323
  brahma-adayah—Brahma and others    SB 4.1.54-55, SB 4.4.16
  brahma-adayah—beginning from Lord Brahma    SB 6.9.21, SB 7.8.7
  brahma-ayusa—with a lifetime equal to Lord Brahma's    Adi 1.48, Madhya 22.48
  kon brahma—which Brahma    Madhya 21.60, Madhya 21.65
  nirvisesa-brahma—the impersonal Brahman effulgence    Adi 5.38, Madhya 24.83
  param brahma—the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 7.10.48, SB 7.15.79
  param brahma—the Supreme Brahman, the Absolute Truth    SB 8.24.38, Madhya 19.96
  acala brahma—not moving Brahman    Madhya 10.163
  advaita-brahma-vada—the impersonal Brahman conception    Madhya 18.187
  brahma anucuh—studied the Vedas    SB 3.33.7
  brahma haite—from the Supreme Brahman    Madhya 6.143
  brahma iti—known as Brahman    SB 1.2.11
  brahma iti—as the impersonal Brahman    Madhya 25.132
  brahma param—the Supreme Brahman    SB 7.1.19
  brahma param—Parabrahman, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna    SB 9.9.49
  brahma pradhanam—the Supreme Brahman    SB 3.32.10
  brahma-anda—universes    Adi 2.43
  brahma-anda—of universes    Adi 2.50
  brahma-anda-ganera—of the multitude of universes    Adi 2.105
  brahma-ande—in universes    Adi 2.15
  brahma-andera—of universes    Adi 2.102
  brahma-andera gana—the groups of universes.    Adi 5.66
  brahma-aikya—oneness with Brahman.    Adi 3.18
  brahma-aksaram—transcendental letters    SB 2.1.17
  brahma-aksaram—the pranava-mantra (om)    SB 5.8.1
  brahma-anta—ending with Lord Brahma    SB 7.6.20-23
  brahma-bandho—O unqualified son of a brahmana    SB 7.5.26
  brahma-bandhoh—of a degraded brahmana    SB 1.7.16
  brahma-bandhum—a relative of a brahmana    SB 1.7.35
  brahma-bandhusu—unto an unqualified brahmana    SB 4.7.13
  brahma-bandhuh—the relative of a brahmana    SB 1.7.53-54
  brahma-bandhuh—a friend of a brahmana    SB 5.9.9-10
  brahma-bandhuh—Vamanadeva, in the form of a brahmana    SB 8.21.10
  brahma-bandhuh—a caste brahmana without brahminical qualifications    Adi 17.78
  brahma-bandhuh—the friend of a brahmana, not fit even to be called a brahmana    Madhya 7.143
  brahma-bandhunam—of the relatives of a brahmana    SB 1.7.57
  brahma-bhuta—fully self-realized    SB 5.10.8
  brahma-bhutam—liberated by identification with the Absolute    Bg 6.27
  brahma-bhutam—qualitatively equal with the Supreme Absolute    SB 1.18.26
  brahma-bhutasya—of a self-realized person born in a brahmana family    SB 5.9.17
  brahma-bhutah—self-realized    Bg 5.24
  brahma-bhutah—being liberated    SB 4.23.13
  brahma-bhutah—who was self-realized, standing on the Brahman platform    SB 5.10.6
  brahma-bhuyam—the position of brahmanas    SB 9.2.17
  brahma-bhuyaya—to be elevated on the Brahman platform    Bg 14.26
  brahma-bhuyaya—to become self-realized    Bg 18.51-53
  brahma-bhavena—knowing that I am the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 10.3.45
  brahma-brahmana-yajna-purusa-loka-vidusakah—blasphemous toward the Vedas, the strict brahmanas, ritualistic ceremonies such as sacrifice, and toward the Supreme Personality of Godhead and the devotees    SB 5.6.10
  brahma-sabde—by the word "Brahman"    Madhya 6.147
  brahma-sabde—by the word brahma    Madhya 25.33
  brahma-caryam—celibacy    Bg 17.14
  brahma-caryena—by celibacy    SB 3.27.7
  brahma-sirsna—the invincible weapon, brahmastra    SB 1.12.1
  brahma-sirah—the topmost or ultimate (nuclear)    SB 1.7.19
  brahma-sirah—supreme    SB 1.8.15
  brahma-coditah—requested by Lord Brahma    SB 6.6.33-36
  brahma-sapa—cursing by the brahmanas    SB 3.4.29
  brahma-sapa—cursing by a brahmana    Adi 17.64
  brahma-sapam—a curse by exalted brahmanas    SB 7.4.20
  brahma-sapah api—even the curse of a brahmana    SB 9.4.13
  brahma-sapat—from the curse of a brahmana    SB 3.16.33
  brahma-danda—punishment by a brahmana    SB 3.14.43
  brahma-danda—by the curse of brahmanas    SB 4.21.46
  brahma-danda-hatah—those who were condemned for offending brahma, the self    SB 9.9.12
  brahma-dandam—curse of a brahmana    SB 3.15.35
  brahma-dandam—the punishment of a brahmana    SB 4.2.27
  brahma-dandam—the curse of a brahmana    SB 4.13.22
  brahma-dandah—the curse of a brahmana    SB 9.4.14
  brahma-daitya—a brahmana ghost    Antya 18.51
  brahma-darsanam—the process of seeing the Absolute.    SB 1.3.33
  brahma-darsanam—self-realization.    SB 3.32.23
  brahma-dhruk—the ultimate truth in Brahman    SB 2.7.22
  brahma-dhruk—unworthy to be a brahmana    SB 4.4.30
  brahma-dhruk—the killer of a brahmana    SB 5.26.14
  brahma-dravatvam—the transcendental nature    NoI 6
  brahma-druhah—disobedient to the orders of the brahmanas    SB 1.3.20
  brahma-drstam—when it is judged by the brahmanas    SB 8.23.14
  brahma-isana-purogamah—headed by Lord Brahma and Lord Siva    SB 8.4.1
  brahma-gatim—toward spiritual existence    SB 2.4.16
  brahma-gatim—perfection in spiritual life    SB 7.7.21
  brahma-ghna—because of the killing of a brahmana    SB 9.16.17
  brahma-ghnah—the killer of my brahminical culture    SB 6.2.34
  brahma-ghosa—with the sounds of the Vedic hymns    SB 4.4.6
  brahma-ghosena—by chanting the hymns of the Vedas    SB 1.11.18
  brahma-ghosena—by the chanting of Vedic mantras    SB 4.9.39-40
  brahma-ghosena—by the sound of chanting of Vedic mantras    SB 9.10.35-38
  brahma-hatya—the reaction for killing a brahmana    SB 6.9.8
  brahma-hatya—the sinful reaction for killing a brahmana    SB 6.13.10
  brahma-hatyam—the sinful reaction for killing a brahmana    SB 6.9.6
  brahma-hatyayah—of the reaction for killing a brahmana    SB 6.9.7
  brahma-helanam—the result of disobedience to the brahmanas    SB 3.16.31
  brahma-hetuna—due to realization of the Absolute Truth    SB 3.33.24-25
  brahma-himsam—persecution of the brahmanas    SB 10.4.43
  brahma-ha—one who kills a brahmana    SB 6.2.9-10
  brahma-ha—the killer of a brahmana    SB 6.11.14
  brahma-ha—a person who has killed a brahmana    SB 6.13.8-9
  brahma-ha iva—like the killer of a brahmana    SB 10.4.16
  brahma-indra-girisa-adayah—headed by Lord Brahma, King Indra and Lord Siva    SB 7.8.37-39
  brahma-indra-adyah—headed by Brahma and Indra    SB 4.7.43
  brahma-jnana—knowledge of Brahman    Adi 4.67
  brahma-jnana—absolute knowledge    Adi 14.75
  brahma-jnani—those who are on the platform of Brahman understanding    Madhya 17.137
  brahma-jnane—by absolute knowledge    Antya 3.194
  brahma-jnani—impersonalist philosopher    Antya 8.27
  brahma-kalpe—the millennium in which Brahma was first generated    SB 2.8.28
  brahma-ksatra—of the brahmanas and ksatriyas    SB 7.2.10
  brahma-ksatrasya—of brahmanas and ksatriyas    SB 9.22.44-45
  brahma-kopa—fury of a brahmana    SB 1.18.2
  brahma-kunde—at the lake called Brahma-kunda    Madhya 18.21
  brahma-kunde—at Brahma-kunda    Madhya 18.21
  brahma-kula—by the brahmana community    SB 1.19.3
  brahma-kula—the group of the brahmanas    SB 5.10.17
  brahma-kula-anugah—following the directions of the brahmanas    SB 7.11.15
  brahma-kulam—the order of the brahmanas    SB 1.7.48
  brahma-kulam—the descendants of brahmanas and Vaisnavas    SB-4.21.39
  brahma-kulam—the brahmana class    SB-4.21.44
  brahma-kulam—the bona fide brahmanas strictly following the Vedic culture    SB 5.14.30
  brahma-kulam—a dynasty of brahmanas    SB 9.2.22
  brahma-kule—in the school of the brahmanas    SB 1.6.8
  brahma-kule—in the family of the brahmana    SB 1.16.21
  brahma-kulat—than the groups of brahmanas    SB 9.9.43
  brahma-laksanam—the symptoms of a brahmana.    SB 7.11.21
  brahma-lingam—which makes known the Supreme Brahman    SB 5.20.33
  brahma-loka—the Brahman effulgence    Madhya 19.153
  brahma-loka—of Brahmaloka    Antya 6.136
  brahma-lokam—to Brahmaloka    SB 4.31.23
  brahma-lokam—to the planet where Lord Brahma lives    SB 7.3.6
  brahma-lokat—from Brahmaloka, the highest planet    SB 4.27.21
  brahma-maya—absorbed in thought of Brahman    Madhya 24.108
  brahma-maya—absorbed in the thought of impersonal Brahman    Madhya 24.113
  brahma-mayam—made of spiritual knowledge    SB 4.15.16
  brahma-mayah—the Supreme Parabrahman, the Absolute Truth    SB 9.10.2
  brahma-mayena—just consistent with the words of the Vedic hymns    SB 4.9.4
  brahma-nadyam—on the bank of the river intimately related with Vedas, brahmanas, saints, and the Lord    SB 1.7.2
  brahma-nirvrttam—consisting of brahmanas    SB 9.21.31-33
  brahma-nirvana—in brahmananda    SB 4.6.39
  brahma-nirvana—connected with the Supreme Brahman, the Absolute Truth    SB 7.7.37
  brahma-nirvanam—spiritual (kingdom of God)    Bg 2.72
  brahma-nirvanam—liberated in the Supreme    Bg 5.24
  brahma-nirupana—explaining the Supreme    Madhya 6.139
  brahma-putraih—with the sons of Brahma, such as Vasistha    SB 8.10.32-34
  brahma-putratam—a birth as the son of Lord Brahma (in this life).    SB 7.15.73
  brahma-putrau—unto the two sons of Lord Brahma (Angira and Narada)    SB 6.16.16
  brahma-putrena—by the son of Lord Brahma    SB 4.22.41
  brahma-putran—the sons of Brahma (the four Kumaras)    SB 3.17.15
  brahma-putraya—the son of Lord Brahma    SB 4.1.11
  brahma-rasa—of transcendental bliss (brahmananda)    SB 4.4.15
  brahma-rudra-purah sarah—represented by Lord Brahma and Lord Siva    SB 7.9.1
  brahma-rudra-sama—equal to personalities like Lord Brahma and Lord Siva    Madhya 25.79
  brahma-rudrau—both Brahma and Siva    SB 4.7.52
  brahma-rupinam—exhibited as Lord Brahma being seated on the lotus    SB 5.20.32
  brahma-raksasa—a brahmana ghost    Antya 2.156
  brahma-ratah—Sukadeva Gosvami    SB 2.8.27
  brahma-samhita—the book Brahma-samhita    Madhya 9.309
  brahma-samhita-adhyaya—one chapter of the Brahma-samhita    Madhya 9.237
  brahma-samhitara sama—like the scripture Brahma-samhita    Madhya 9.239-240
  brahma-samjnitah—called Brahman.    SB 3.28.41
  brahma-samsparsam—being in constant touch with the Supreme    Bg 6.28
  brahma-sabham—to the assembly of Lord Brahma    SB 8.5.17-18
  brahma-sadane—to the abode of Lord Brahma atop Sumeru-parvata    SB 5.17.4
  brahma-sadanat—from Brahmapuri    SB 5.17.6
  brahma-sadanat—from the city known as Brahmapuri    SB 5.17.9
  brahma-sama—exactly like Brahman    Madhya 8.26
  brahma-sama—equal to the impersonal Brahman    Madhya 25.74
  brahma-sammitam—incarnation of Lord Sri Krsna    SB 1.3.40
  brahma-sammitam—approved as the essence of the Vedas    SB 2.1.8
  brahma-sammitam—just in pursuance of the Vedas    SB 2.8.28
  brahma-sampattya—by possession of spiritual assets    SB 1.15.31
  brahma-sandharanaya—with concentration on Brahman, Paramatma or Parabrahma, Krsna    SB 6.10.33
  brahma-satrena—by understanding of the Supreme Spirit    SB 4.31.2
  brahma-satrena—by continuous discussion of the Supreme    SB 5.1.6
  brahma-saukhyam—spiritual happiness    SB 5.5.1
  brahma-siddhaye—for perfection in self-realization.    SB 3.25.19
  brahma-stavera—of the prayers of Lord Brahma    Madhya 6.260
  brahma-sukha-anubhutya—with Krsna, the source of brahma-sukha (Krsna is Parabrahman, and from Him originates His personal effulgence)    SB 10.12.7-11
  brahma-sukha-sprstam—being situated on the transcendental platform in eternal bliss    SB 7.15.35
  brahma-sukhe—in the transcendental bliss of becoming one with the Supreme    Adi 5.39
  brahma-sutah—Angira Rsi, the son of Lord Brahma    SB 6.14.29
  brahma-sutah—the son of Lord Brahma    SB 6.15.17
  brahma-sutah—sons of Brahma    SB 4.8.1
  brahma-sutah—the direct sons of Brahma    SB 5.5.21-22
  brahma-sutra—the Vedanta    Bg 13.5
  brahma-sutram—the sacred thread    SB 8.18.14
  brahma-sutrera bhasya—the commentary on the Brahma-sutra codes    Madhya 25.100
  brahma-sutranam—of the codes of Vedanta-sutra    Madhya 25.143-144
  brahma-sat—in the Absolute Truth    SB 4.22.50
  brahma-savarnih—Brahma-savarni    SB 8.13.21
  brahma-savarnye—in the Brahma-savarnya-manvantara    Madhya 20.327
  brahma-sayujya—of merging into the Supreme Brahman    Adi 5.31
  brahma-sayujya—merging into the Brahman effulgence    Madhya 6.269
  brahma-sayujya-mukti—merging into the Brahman effulgence    Madhya 6.264-265
  brahma-tanum—having assumed the form of a brahmana-brahmacari    SB 8.20.12
  brahma-tejasam—his (Jada Bharata’s) spiritual effulgence    SB 5.10.5
  brahma-tejasa—by dint of the Brahman effulgence.    SB 4.1.39
  brahma-tejasa—by brahminical power.    SB 4.4.34
  brahma-tejasa—with the effulgence of spiritual bliss    SB 5.9.17
  brahma-tejah—the radiation of the brahmastra    SB 1.8.17
  brahma-tejah—as powerful as a brahmastra    SB 8.11.36
  brahma-tejah-samedhitam—now empowered with brahma-tejas, extraordinary spiritual power    SB 8.15.29
  brahma-upasaka—the worshiper of impersonal Brahman    Madhya 24.107
  brahma-vamsyah—many brahmana dynasties    SB 9.20.1
  brahma-vadhat—from the sin of killing a brahmana    SB 3.19.37
  brahma-vadhat—from the killing of a brahmana    SB 6.13.15
  brahma-vadhat—than killing a brahmana    SB 9.15.41
  brahma-varcasam—the quality of a brahmana.    SB 9.16.28
  brahma-varcasah—spiritual splendor    SB 5.9.9-10
  brahma-varcasena—by His Brahman effulgence    SB 8.18.18
  brahma-varcasvi—spiritually very much powerful    SB 4.1.3
  brahma-varcasvi—one who has attained the power of spiritual success    SB 4.23.32
  brahma-varcasvinah—who had brahminical qualities    SB 9.6.2
  brahma-varcasya—of the Vedantists    SB 1.4.30
  brahma-varcah—of brahminical strength or power    SB 6.7.35
  brahma-varena—by the benediction of Brahma    SB 3.17.19
  brahma-vidah—one who knows the Absolute    Bg 8.24
  brahma-vidah—completely in awareness of the Absolute Truth    SB 9.1.18
  brahma-vidam—by those who are transcendentally situated    SB 2.2.25
  brahma-vidam—of the persons learned in spiritual knowledge    SB 4.1.17
  brahma-vidam—of persons well versed in transcendental science (brahma-vidya)    SB 8.20.10
  brahma-vidam—of all brahmanas, or persons who understand what is Brahman (brahma janatiti brahmanah)    SB 10.8.6
  brahma-vidam—of persons who have full knowledge of Brahman, transcendence    SB 10.11.57
  brahma-vikriya—this opposite action of the Vedic mantras.    SB 9.1.17
  brahma-visnu-siva-abhidham—as Lord Brahma, Lord Visnu or Lord Siva.    SB 8.7.23
  brahma-vit—of self-realized, saintly devotees    SB 5.15.7
  brahma-vit hana—being fully aware of Brahman    Antya 8.21
  brahma-vit-tama—O Narada, the best knower of transcendental knowledge.    SB 2.5.32
  brahma-vit-uttamat—well versed in the Vedic knowledge    SB 4.17.5
  brahma-vittamah—a learned scholar in spiritual science.    SB 9.15.10
  brahma-vadah—the words spoken by exalted brahmanas    SB 5.3.17
  brahma-vade—in the matter of spiritual understanding    SB 4.22.62
  brahma-vadi—of strict followers of the Vedic principles    SB 6.17.7
  brahma-vadibhih—by the transcendentalists    SB 3.13.46
  brahma-vadibhih—by transcendentalists    SB 3.33.11
  brahma-vadibhih—by impersonalist brahmanas    SB 4.1.62
  brahma-vadibhih—by the brahmanas expert in executing sacrifices.    SB 4.13.25
  brahma-vadibhih—attached to the Vedic rituals    SB 4.15.11
  brahma-vadibhih—by the advocates of the Absolute Truth    SB 4.30.20
  brahma-vadibhih—by learned scholars such as Manu    SB 6.2.11
  brahma-vadibhih—by the saints and brahmanas expert in Vedic knowledge    SB 6.13.19-20
  brahma-vadibhih—all-powerful brahmanas.    SB 8.15.28
  brahma-vadibhih—by first-class brahmanas    SB 9.10.35-38
  brahma-vadinah—the great sages learned in the Vedas    SB 4.14.2
  brahma-vadinah—very learned in Vedic knowledge    SB 4.15.2
  brahma-vadinah—by the experts in Vedic knowledge    SB 4.21.23
  brahma-vadinah—brahmanas, speakers on Vedic literature    SB 4.29.42-44
  brahma-vadinah—all faithful devotees.    SB 8.1.20
  brahma-vadinah—because such sages know the Vedic ritualistic ceremonies    SB 8.8.2
  brahma-vadinah—of one who is well versed in Vedic knowledge    SB 9.9.31
  brahma-vadinah—who maintain the brahminical culture, centered around Visnu    SB 10.4.40
  brahma-vadinyau—impersonalists    SB 4.1.64
  brahma-vadinya—self-realized    SB 3.33.12
  brahma-vadinam—of the transcendentalists.    Bg 17.24
  brahma-vadinam—of the devotees who preach the glories of the Lord.    SB 4.16.17
  brahma-vadinam—unto persons well conversant with the Vedic knowledge    SB 7.15.73
  brahma-vadinam—of the followers of Vedic principles.    SB 8.23.13
  brahma-vadinam—of all the great saintly experts in Vedic knowledge    SB 9.1.6
  brahma-vadinam—of you, who are expert in chanting the Vedic mantras    SB 9.1.17
  brahma-yoga—concentrated in Brahman    Bg 5.21
  brahma-rsayah—rsis among the brahmanas    SB 1.9.5
  brahma-rsayah—great sages with spiritual knowledge    SB 4.1.40
  brahma-rsayah—O sages among the brahmanas    SB 4.2.9
  brahma-rsayah—the brahmarsis    SB 4.3.4
  brahma-rsayah—the great saints and brahmanas    SB 6.13.18
  brahma-rsinam—of great saintly brahmanas    SB 4.21.13
  brahma-rsinam—of the great brahmana sages    SB 8.18.29
  brahma-rseh—of the brahmana sage    SB 1.18.30
  brahma-rseh—of the great brahmana-sage    SB 3.14.30
  brahma-rsi—great sages of spiritual knowledge    SB 4.1.12
  brahma-rsi-gana-sanjustam—filled with great brahmana sages    SB 8.18.18
  brahma-rsi-pravara-sabhayam—in a meeting of first-class brahmanas    SB 5.4.19
  brahma-rsi-sutasya—of the son born of a brahmana exalted in spiritual consciousness    SB 5.9.17
  brahma-rsi-sutah—Jada Bharata, the son of a highly educated brahmana    SB 5.13.24
  brahma-rsi-varyah—not only a brahmana but the best of great sages, or brahmarsis    SB 9.9.30
  brahma-rsih—the best of the brahmanas    SB 9.18.5
  brahma-adayah—demigods such as Brahma    SB 1.16.32-33
  brahma-adayah—demigods like Brahma    SB 3.14.29
  brahma-adayah—Lord Brahma, etc.    SB 4.7.30
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, beginning from Lord Brahma    SB 7.5.13
  brahma-adayah—headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.9.8
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.9.13
  brahma-adayah—the great demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 8.3.22-24
  brahma-adayah—even such persons as Lord Brahma    SB 8.7.34
  brahma-adayah—great personalities, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 8.21.5
  brahma-adayah—great personalities like Lord Brahma    SB 8.23.7
  brahma-adi jiva—all living entities, beginning from Lord Brahma    Antya 3.251
  brahma-adibhih—by Lord Brahma and other demigods    SB 7.10.69
  brahma-adika—the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    Madhya 13.59
  brahma-adyah—all the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.10.34
  brahma-akhyam—known as Brahmaloka    Adi 2.17
  brahma-ananda—the transcendental bliss of impersonal understanding    Adi 7.97
  brahma-ananda—the pleasure of self-realization    Madhya 17.137
  brahma-ananda—the pleasure of Brahman realization    Madhya 17.139
  brahma-ananda—the transcendental bliss derived from impersonalism    Madhya 24.36
  brahma-anandah—the spiritually blissful life of the monist    Madhya 19.165
  brahma-atma-anubhavah—perception of his own position as the Supreme Spirit    SB 5.15.7
  brahma-atma-jadisu—and the sons of Lord Brahma (such as Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanat and Sanatana)    SB 7.14.35
  brahma-atma—brahma and atma    Madhya 24.82
  brahma-avarte—place where sacrifice is performed    SB 1.17.33
  brahma bale—Brahma said    Madhya 21.82
  brahma hana—appearing as Brahma    Adi 5.103
  brahma haya—becomes Lord Brahma.    Madhya 20.305
  brahma kahe—Lord Brahma said    Madhya 21.64
  brahma uvaca—Brahma said    SB 3.13.9
  brahma aila—Lord Brahma came    Madhya 21.59
  brahma, visnu, siva—Lord Brahma, Lord Visnu and Lord Siva    Madhya 20.301
  brahma-siva—Lord Brahma, Lord Siva    Antya 9.115
  brahma-siva-adika—demigods, beginning from Lord Brahma and Siva    Antya 8.2
  brahma-rupa dhari—accepting the form of Lord Brahma.    Madhya 20.303
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, beginning with Brahma, Siva, Indra and Candra    SB 8.3.30
  brahma-adi—beginning from Lord Brahma    Madhya 24.307
  brahma-adi—headed by Lord Brahma    Antya 16.76
  brahma-adi—by the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    Antya 16.97
  brahma-adi rahu—leave aside Lord Brahma and others    Madhya 21.12
  brahma-adi-devera—of the demigods, beginning with Lord Brahma    Antya 5.75
  brahma-astram—the supreme weapon    SB 1.7.29
  sabda-brahma—ritualistic principles of scripture    Bg 6.44
  sabda-brahma—transcendental sound    SB 3.12.48
  sabda-brahma—the transcendental sound vibration (the Hare Krsna mantra)    SB 6.16.51
  sabda-brahma iti—the sounds of the Vedas    SB 3.11.35
  catuh-mukha brahma—the four-faced Lord Brahma of this universe    Madhya 21.69
  sri-brahma uvaca—Lord Brahma offered prayers    SB 8.17.25
  deha-upadhi brahma—Brahman having the body as a designation    Madhya 24.212
  drava-brahma-gatri—composed of the water of the spiritual world    Madhya 3.28
  dui brahma—two Brahmans, or spiritual identities    Madhya 10.163
  dui brahma—two Brahmans    Madhya 10.165
  daru-brahma—of wooden Brahman    Madhya 15.136
  daru-brahma—the Absolute appearing as wood    Antya 5.148
  daru-brahma-rupe—in the form of Brahman as wood    Madhya 15.135
  gaura-brahma—the Brahman of the name Gaura    Madhya 10.166
  jangama-brahma—moving Brahman    Antya 5.153
  jala-brahma-sama—the Supreme in the form of water.    Madhya 15.135
  kevala brahma-upasaka—the worshiper of only the impersonal Brahman    Madhya 24.108
  koti-brahma-sukha—ten million times the transcendental bliss of becoming one with the Absolute    Adi 6.44
  nirvisesa-brahma—impersonal Brahman    Madhya 18.186
  para-brahma—of the Supreme Absolute Truth    SB 10.13.55
  para-brahma—the Supreme Brahman    Adi 17.106
  param brahma—the Supreme Absolute Truth    SB 6.16.51
  param brahma—the Absolute Truth    Madhya 9.31
  param-brahma—impersonal Brahman    Madhya 19.218
  prapta-brahma-laya—actually merged into the Brahman effulgence.    Madhya 24.108
  prapta-brahma-laya—as good as merging into the impersonal Brahman.    Madhya 24.109
  purna-brahma-svarupa—the identification of the Absolute Truth    Madhya 18.191
  purna-brahma-ananda—full in transcendental bliss    Antya 8.21
  sa-brahma-cara-acaram—all the living entities, including the brahmanas    SB 6.13.8-9
  saba brahma—all the Brahmas    Madhya 21.70
  sarva-brahma-gane—unto all the Brahmas    Madhya 21.80
  sei brahma—that Supreme    Madhya 6.139
  tumi brahma-sama—you are equal with the impersonal Brahman.    Madhya 25.73
  yat brahma—which is impersonal Brahman    SB 8.7.31
  yata brahma—all Brahmas    Madhya 21.71
  a-brahma—beginning from Lord Brahma    SB 5.14.29
  a-brahma-bhuvanat—up to Brahmaloka    SB 3.27.27

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