Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: devatah

  devatāḥ—the demigods    Bg 4.12, SB 3.20.22, SB 3.24.27, SB 4.13.25, SB 4.13.26, SB 5.4.1
  devatāḥ—demigods    Bg 7.20, SB 4.3.4
  devatāḥ—and demigods    SB 7.14.37
  devatāḥ—the demigods exist    SB 10.4.42
  bhṛgu-devatāḥ—who are now strong devotees of Śukrācārya, the disciple of Bhṛgu.    SB 6.7.23
  śrāddha-devatāḥ—the demigods presiding over śrāddha ceremonies in honor of deceased relatives.    SB 4.18.18
  dik-devatāḥ—the demigods in charge of different directions, like the sun and the moon    SB 5.14.9
  kṛṣṇa-devatāḥ—those who are always rapt in the service of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa    SB 1.13.11
  pati-devatāḥ—because their only worshipable object was their husband.    SB 9.6.53
  pākhaṇḍa-devatāḥ—concocted incarnations of God (man-made gods or demigods)    SB 5.14.29

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