Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dhara

  dhara—holding.    Madhya 20.227, Madhya 20.228, Madhya 20.229, Madhya 20.230, Madhya 20.231, Madhya 20.232, Madhya 20.233
  dhara—holding    Madhya 20.224, Madhya 20.225, Madhya 20.227, Madhya 20.233, Madhya 20.234, Madhya 20.238
  dhara—the planet earth    SB 4.17.29, SB 5.15.10
  dhara—carrying.    Adi 17.13
  dhara—just catch    Madhya 7.39
  dhara—You hold    Madhya 9.289
  dhara—You accept    Madhya 17.10
  dhara—You have    Madhya 17.172
  dhara—process    Madhya 20.105
  dhara—have    Antya 4.168
  dhara—bear    Antya 7.12
  dhara—you bear.    Antya 7.132
  dhara—accept.    Antya 8.83
  dhara—keep    Antya 13.57
  dhara—please place.    Antya 16.22
  dhara—earth    SB 2.4.20
  dhara—earthly planets    SB 3.6.27
  dhara—the earth    SB 3.18.2
  dhara—the same Dhara    SB 10.8.50
  dhara—on the surface of the globe    SB 10.12.17
  dhara—shower.    Madhya 4.5
  dhara—streams.    Madhya 21.108
  dhara—like a shower.    Madhya 21.109
  dhara—flow    Antya 14.93
  dhara—flow.    Antya 14.94
  dhara—Dhara    SB 6.6.13
  dhara—pouring of water    Madhya 13.105
  dhara—torrents    Madhya 13.109
  asru-dhara—tears in the eyes.    Adi 8.27, Adi 8.31
  asru-dhara—a flow of tears.    Madhya 12.138, Antya 17.16
  amrtera dhara—a continuous shower of nectar    Madhya 25.58, Antya 1.172
  rakta-dhara—a flow of blood.    Adi 17.45, Antya 19.59
  asru-dhara—a shower of tears.    Adi 5.165
  asru-dhara—tears.    Adi 10.28
  asru-dhara—torrents of tears.    Madhya 4.201
  asru-dhara—a stream of tears.    Antya 16.93
  asru-dhara—showers of tears    Antya 16.148
  amrtera dhara—drops of nectar    Adi 16.110
  amrtera dhara—constant shower of nectar    Antya 1.193
  astra-dhara—holding of different weapons    Madhya 20.226
  bheda-dhara—differences in holding    Madhya 20.239
  bhu-dhara—O lifter of the earth    SB 3.13.40
  bahya-jala-dhara—the flow of water from the Causal Ocean outside the universe    SB 5.17.1
  sankha-cakra-gada-dhara—and holding the weapons of Visnu (conchshell, disc and club)    SB 10.4.10-11
  sata-sata dhara—hundreds and hundreds of branches.    Antya 5.162
  sata-dhara—with hundreds of branches.    Madhya 14.140
  sela-dhara—a thunderbolt.    Madhya 18.178
  sirah-dhara—necks    SB 4.11.5
  sirah-dhara—neck    SB 5.12.5-6
  sruta-dhara-anvitah—along with his friend Srutadhara.    SB 4.25.50
  sruta-dhara-anvitah—with his friend Srutadhara.    SB 4.25.51
  sruti-dhara—one who can immediately remember.    Adi 16.44
  danda-dhara—O supreme chastiser    SB 6.9.40
  dhara-upasthe—on the surface of the earth    SB 7.13.40
  dhara dharaye—carries innumerable planets    Madhya 20.370
  dhara pade—he would be caught.    Antya 6.158
  dhara-dharah—the protector of the planet earth    SB 4.17.35
  dhara-jvarah—the distress on the earth    SB 10.1.22
  dhara-mandala—of planets    SB 5.1.22
  dhara-mandala—of the planet earth    SB 6.1.4-5
  dhara-talam—the surface of the earth    SB 3.17.11
  dhara-uddhare—to lift the earth    SB 7.1.41
  dhara-upasthe—on the ground    SB 7.13.12-13
  dhara-adisu—in giving the land to the brahmana.    SB 8.20.7
  dhara-sali—abounding in showers    Antya 1.160
  eka-dhara—one stream    Madhya 3.36
  ganga-dhara—the flow of the Ganges.    Madhya 3.36
  ganga-dhara—the flowing of the water of the Ganges    Madhya 20.383
  ganga-dhara-praya—like the flow of the Ganges.    Madhya 17.111
  ganga-jala-dhara—the flowing of the waters of the Ganges    Adi 16.100
  hala-dhara—Lord Balarama, the holder of the plow    Adi 3.74
  jala-dhara—cloud carrying water    Madhya 21.109
  jala-dhara—flow of water.    Madhya 14.12
  jala-dhara—a continuous flow of water.    Antya 11.55
  jala-dhara—showers of water    Antya 18.85
  ksura-dhara—the blade of a razor    SB 6.18.41
  kanti-amrta-dhara—the showers of the nectar of Krsna's bodily luster.    Antya 19.42
  murti-dhara—Krsna, the personified reservoir of all pleasure    Madhya 8.143
  nahe asru-dhara—there are no tears in the eyes    Adi 8.29-30
  pade asru-dhara—tears fell from his eyes    Antya 2.63
  pita-ambara-dhara—one who wears yellow garments    Antya 17.60
  pickari-dhara—like water coming in force from a syringe    Madhya 11.223
  rajju-dhara—holding the reins    Madhya 9.99
  sutra-dhara—wire-puller    Madhya 7.18
  sutra-dhara—the puller of the strings    Madhya 8.132
  tigma-dhara-asi-vara—O best of swords possessing very sharp blades    SB 6.8.26
  tara sata sata dhara—the flow of that eternal bliss is running in hundreds of branches    Madhya 25.271
  varsa-dhara—by King Nabhi, the Emperor of Bharata-varsa    SB 5.3.16
  visa-dhara—serpentine living entities.    Antya 9.8
  yadi dhara—if you accept    Madhya 24.255
  yena yama danda-dhara—exactly like the superintendent of death, Yamaraja.    Madhya 24.235

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