Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: candana

  candana—sandalwood    SB 4.21.2, Adi 13.114, Madhya 4.150, Madhya 4.159, Madhya 4.161, Madhya 4.167, Madhya 4.180, Madhya 4.183, Madhya 4.185, Madhya 4.187 (and more...)
  candana—sandalwood pulp    Adi 14.67, Madhya 4.63, Madhya 4.165, Madhya 4.168, Madhya 13.30, Antya 7.71, Antya 11.89, Antya 12.140, Antya 15.21, Antya 15.76
  candana—the sandalwood    Madhya 4.152, Madhya 4.166, Madhya 4.184
  candana—with sandalwood    SB 4.9.57, Antya 19.95
  candana—with sandalwood pulp    Adi 5.187, Madhya 8.170
  candana—of sandalwood    SB 5.25.5
  candana—of sandalwood pulp    Adi 3.46
  candana—pulp of sandalwood    Adi 14.51
  candana—(smeared with) sandalwood pulp.    Adi 17.5
  candana—of the sandalwood    Madhya 4.148
  candana—and sandalwood    Madhya 4.163
  mālya-candana—garlands and sandalwood pulp    Madhya 2.38, Madhya 11.210, Madhya 13.32, Antya 6.121
  karpūra-candana—camphor and sandalwood    Madhya 4.151, Madhya 4.175, Madhya 4.176
  mālya-candana—flower garlands and sandalwood pulp.    Madhya 11.214, Madhya 15.255, Antya 6.120
  candana-aṅgadī—whose body was smeared with sandalwood    Adi 3.49, Madhya 10.170
  candana dile—in offering this candana    Madhya 4.160
  candana dile—when sandalwood will be given    Madhya 4.164
  candana lañā—taking the sandalwood    Madhya 4.154
  candana lāgi—for sandalwood    Madhya 4.150
  candana pari—putting on the sandalwood    Madhya 4.177
  candana āniyā—bringing sandalwood pulp    Antya 6.96
  candana-aṅgadī—smeared with the pulp of sandalwood    Madhya 6.104
  candana-akta—smeared with the pulp of sandalwood    Madhya 10.171
  candana-bhāra—the load of sandalwood    Madhya 4.181
  candana-bindu—the drop of sandalwood pulp    Madhya 21.127
  candana-śītalam—as cool as sandalwood pulp    Adi 4.259
  candana-īśvara—of the name Candaneśvara    Madhya 6.33
  candana-gireḥ—from the Malaya Hills    Antya 1.158
  candana-jalete—with sandalwood water    Madhya 13.16
  candana-kuṅkuma—with sandalwood pulp and kuṅkuma, a reddish powder    SB 8.8.18
  candana-paṅkete—between sandalwood pulp and mud    Antya 4.179
  candana-sama—like sandalwood pulp    Antya 4.187
  candana-vane—in the sandalwood forest    SB 7.5.17
  candana-ādi lañā—accepting the sandalwood pulp and other items    Antya 12.141
  candana-ādi taila—oil distilled from sandalwood and other substances    Antya 12.102
  candana-ādi-taila—scented sandalwood oil    Antya 12.105
  gopī-candana—gopī-candana (available in Vṛndāvana and Dvārakā)    Madhya 24.333
  gopī-candana-tale—under heaps of gopī-candana (yellowish clay used for tilaka)    Madhya 9.247
  hari-candana—sandalwood    Antya 15.78
  karpūra-candana—the camphor and sandalwood    Madhya 4.158
  lepilā candana—smeared pulp of sandalwood.    Madhya 12.79
  mada-induvara-candana-aguru-sugandhi-carca-arcitaḥ—smeared with the unguents of musk, camphor, white sandalwood and aguru    Antya 19.91
  maṇeka candana—one māna of sandalwood    Madhya 4.182
  malayaja-candana—sandalwood produced in the Malaya Hills    Madhya 4.106
  mālya-candana—with flower garlands and pulp of sandalwood.    Madhya 13.29
  mālā-candana—a garland and sandalwood pulp    Antya 6.148
  mālā-candana-tāmbūla—the flower garlands, sandalwood pulp and betel    Antya 6.98
  prasāda-candana—remnants of sandalwood pulp offered to Lord Jagannātha.    Antya 11.65
  rakta-candana—red sandalwood    Adi 17.39
  su-gandhi candana—fragrant sandalwood pulp.    Madhya 15.8

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