Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: danda

  danda—punishment    SB 4.24.6, Adi 12.37, Adi 12.38, Adi 12.71, Adi 17.65, Madhya 1.259, Madhya 5.151, Antya 9.62
  danda—the staff    Madhya 5.142-143, Madhya 5.150, Madhya 5.157
  danda—sannyasa staff    Madhya 5.148, Madhya 5.151, Madhya 7.20
  danda—like rods    Madhya 8.224, Madhya 9.123
  danda—law and order    SB 3.12.44
  danda—staff    SB 4.6.36
  danda—ruling    SB 4.22.45
  danda—a rod    SB 7.12.4
  danda—rod    SB 7.12.21
  danda—the sannyasa staff    Madhya 5.141
  danda—of the sannyasa staff    Madhya 5.142-143
  danda—Your sannyasa staff    Madhya 5.148
  danda—a duration of twenty-four minutes    Madhya 6.206
  danda—the punishment    Madhya 6.263
  danda—punishment    Adi 12.35
  bhuja-danda—by the arms    Madhya 8.80, Madhya 8.232, Madhya 9.121, Antya 7.29
  danda-vat—like a stick    SB 6.4.40, SB 6.9.29-30, SB 6.19.10, Madhya 3.140
  bhuja-danda-yugam—the two arms    Madhya 24.50, Antya 15.70
  cari danda—four dandas (one danda equals twenty-four minutes)    Madhya 19.130, Antya 6.310
  danda-vat—like a rod    SB 4.1.24, Madhya 8.19
  ye danda—the punishment    Adi 12.41, Adi 12.42
  aparadha-danda—punishment for offenses    Antya 4.196
  bhuja-danda-yugmam—both of my arms    SB 1.15.13
  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
  bahu-danda—arms    SB 1.14.38
  bahu-danda-guptayam—being protected by His arms    SB 1.14.35-36
  cakra-danda-adi—the wheel, the rod, and so on    Adi 5.64
  siksa-danda—a stick for My education    Madhya 7.25
  cari danda—about two hours    Adi 10.102
  dasa-danda—ten dandas (240 minutes)    Antya 6.255
  danda dite—to chastise    Antya 3.156
  danda haya—there is punishment    Madhya 6.264-265
  danda kare—gives punishment    Madhya 22.13
  danda karena—makes chastisement    Antya 2.143
  danda kari—after punishing    Madhya 14.133
  danda kari—punishing    Antya 7.140
  danda pana—receiving the punishment    Adi 12.41
  danda vat kare—offer their respects    Madhya 25.176
  danda-bandha lagi—in case of legal implications    Madhya 19.8
  danda-bhanga-lila—the pastime of breaking the staff    Madhya 5.158
  danda-bhangah—the breaking of the order    SB 6.3.2
  danda-bhanjana—breaking the sannyasa rod.    Madhya 1.97
  danda-cari—four dandas (ninety-six minutes)    Antya 6.159-160
  danda-dhana—one staff    Madhya 5.153
  danda-dhara—O supreme chastiser    SB 6.9.40
  danda-dharah—carrier of the scepter    SB 4.21.22
  danda-dharah—the supreme administrator of punishment    SB 6.3.7
  danda-dharah—the carrier of the rod of punishment    SB 6.17.11
  danda-dharah—a great personality who can punish others    SB 9.15.10
  danda-dhrk—the ruler who holds the scepter    SB 4.21.12
  danda-dharinah—who punish the sinful men    SB 6.3.5
  danda-dui bai—after about forty-five minutes    Antya 10.91
  danda-hastam—with a club in hand    SB 1.17.1
  danda-hatah—struck by a stick    SB 4.8.14
  danda-kamandalu—a rod and waterpot.    Madhya 20.332
  danda-katha—the narration of such chastisement    Adi 10.32
  danda-niteh—of law and order    SB 3.7.32
  danda-paranama—obeisances, falling flat    Madhya 9.287
  danda-paranama—offering obeisances    Madhya 15.5
  danda-paranama—offering obeisances and dandavats    Antya 4.147
  danda-paranama kari—offering obeisances by falling down on the ground    Antya 13.101
  danda-paneh—of Yamaraja, who is authorized to punish    SB 6.1.68
  danda-panim—Yamaraja, the personality of death    SB 1.17.35
  danda-panih—a chastising hand    SB 4.16.18
  danda-panih iva—like Yamaraja    SB 5.10.7
  danda-parusyayoh—when there is punishment and chastisement    SB 7.1.24
  danda-tadana—beaten with rods    SB 5.26.8
  danda-upare—upon that staff    Madhya 5.149
  danda-vat—falling like a rod    SB 8.17.5
  danda-vat—flat like rods    Madhya 10.48
  danda-vat—like rods    Madhya 19.46
  danda-vat haila—fell flat to offer obeisances    Madhya 10.118
  danda-vrata-dhare—who carries the rod of punishment    SB 4.13.22
  danda-adeh—like the rod (tridanda)    SB 7.13.2
  danda-suka-indraih—by the biting of the King’s poisonous snakes    SB 7.5.43-44
  danda-sukaih—by other kinds of snakes    SB 5.13.9
  danda-sukah—Dandasuka    SB 5.26.7
  dhana-danda laya—take a fine    Madhya 14.210
  doh-danda—of His four stout arms    SB 3.15.41
  durjana-danda-sukaih—by the envious activities of evil men, who are compared to a kind of serpent    SB 5.14.21
  eka danda—one danda    Madhya 20.389
  iksu-danda-sama—exactly like sugar cane    Antya 4.238
  karila danda—punished    Antya 3.24
  khara-danda—lotus flowers    SB 4.6.29
  sasti-danda—of sixty dandas (a measure of time)    Madhya 20.388
  nyasta-danda—one who has accepted the rod of the renounced order    SB 1.13.30
  nyasta-danda-arpita-anghraye—whose lotus feet are worshiped by sages beyond the jurisdiction of punishment.    SB 9.11.7
  nahi kare danda—does not punish    Antya 9.91
  pade danda-vat hana—falls down flat like a rod.    Madhya 24.271
  se danda—the same punishment    Adi 12.42
  sei malajathya danda pata—the place called Malajathya Dandapata    Antya 9.105
  sevakera prana-danda—to condemn a servant to death    Antya 9.46
  ugra-danda—by the very fearful chastisement    SB 7.4.21
  vakya-danda—chastisement by speaking.    Adi 10.31
  vakya-danda—chastisement as a warning.    Madhya 1.259
  vakya-danda—chastisement by words    Antya 3.46
  vakya-danda—impudence of chastising by words.    Antya 20.106
  vakya-danda kari—chastising with words    Antya 3.45
  yena yama danda-dhara—exactly like the superintendent of death, Yamaraja.    Madhya 24.235

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