Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: citta

  citta—consciousness    Adi 7.99, Madhya 2.30, Madhya 21.18, Antya 3.252-253
  citta—heart    Madhya 15.164, Madhya 18.186, Antya 2.85, Antya 6.201
  citta—the mind    SB 3.28.34, Adi 2.118
  citta—of consciousness    SB 4.29.63, SB 4.31.11
  citta—of the heart    SB 5.17.19, Madhya 23.5
  citta—mind    Adi 4.71, Madhya 3.126
  citta—hearts    Madhya 9.127, Antya 17.46
  citta—the heart    Madhya 16.174, Antya 2.96
  citta—whose minds    SB 4.17.36
  citta—the consciousness    Adi 7.87
  citta—of hearts    Madhya 8.143
  citta—in the heart    Madhya 10.119
  citta—thought    Madhya 15.109
  citta—desire    Antya 11.107
  citta—the hearts    Antya 15.14
  citta-tanvoḥ—in both mind and body.    SB 3.15.43, Madhya 24.115
  citta-tanvoḥ—of the mind and body.    Madhya 17.142, Madhya 24.45
  citta haila—there was a desire    Madhya 21.75
  citta haya—there is a desire    Madhya 2.89
  citta kāḍhi—withdrawing the consciousness    Madhya 13.140
  citta-baḍiśam—with the heart like a fishing hook    Madhya 24.157
  citta-bhrama—mental concoction    Madhya 21.145
  citta-bhūmim—within the heart    Antya 1.145
  citta-bhṛṅgaḥ—my consciousness, like a honeybee.    Madhya 6.255
  citta-śuddhi—cleansing of the heart    Antya 20.13
  citta-guhāra—of the core of the heart    Adi 1.101
  citta-hara—the enchanter of the mind    Madhya 2.68
  citta-hārī—the stealer of the hearts    Madhya 17.214
  citta-jatunī—the two minds like shellac    Madhya 8.195
  citta-jñaḥ—who can understand the hearts    SB 6.4.42
  citta-jñā—understanding the mind of her husband    SB 9.3.10
  citta-karṇera—of the heart and the ear    Antya 1.194
  citta-mana—the mind and intention.    Madhya 7.71
  citta-mana—mind and consciousness    Madhya 13.174
  citta-mohinī—the attractor of the mind.    Madhya 17.212
  citta-prāṇa—mind and heart    Adi 4.245
  citta-tanvoḥ—of the mind and the body.    Madhya 25.158
  citta-vibhrāntāḥ—perplexed by anxieties    Bg 16.16
  citta-vijaye—conquering the mind    SB 7.15.30
  citta-ākarṣaka—the attractor of the minds    Madhya 8.139
  citta-ātmā—mind and intelligence    Bg 4.21
  mora citta—my consciousness    Antya 6.275
  sama-citta—in one who is equipoised    SB 4.20.16
  sarva-citta-jñātā—one who knows the heart of everyone    Antya 13.110
  su-prasanna citta—being in a happy mood    Antya 2.165
  sva-citta-vat—like His own heart    Madhya 12.1
  tāra citta—their consciousness    Antya 15.19
  yata-citta—controlling the mind    Bg 6.11-12
  yata-citta-indriya—controlling the mind and senses    SB 6.2.35

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