Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dhari

  dhari—catching    Madhya 8.262, Madhya 9.103, Madhya 11.21, Madhya 15.280, Madhya 16.249, Madhya 19.80, Madhya 21.141, Madhya 21.143, Antya 11.39, Antya 12.76 (and more...)
  dhari—accepting    Adi 5.9, Adi 5.105, Adi 5.113, Adi 6.78, Adi 7.79, Adi 17.286, Adi 17.303, Madhya 20.334, Antya 18.54, Antya 18.90
  dhari—taking    Adi 4.268, Madhya 2.94, Madhya 9.213, Madhya 18.180, Antya 14.44, Antya 16.151
  dhari—holding    Madhya 1.187, Madhya 6.125, Madhya 6.129, Madhya 23.124
  dhari—touching    Madhya 1.220, Madhya 17.85, Madhya 19.249, Antya 4.73
  dhari—capturing    Antya 4.47, Antya 4.149, Antya 18.89
  dhari—embracing    Adi 10.18, Madhya 6.228
  dhari—keeping    Adi 12.25, Madhya 4.74
  dhari—I hold    Adi 14.32, Madhya 1.14
  dhari—placing    Adi 17.40, Adi 17.335-336
  dhari—catching.    Madhya 6.208, Madhya 13.10
  dhari—assuming    Adi 4.56
  dhari—I take    Adi 4.227-228
  dhari—depend    Adi 7.95-96
  dhari—we accept.    Adi 7.125
  dhari—accept    Adi 9.7
  dhari—catching Him    Adi 17.245
  dhari—caught    Madhya 6.35
  dhari—keeping.    Madhya 7.25
  dhari—including.    Madhya 15.217
  dhari—catching hold of    Madhya 15.290
  dhari—assumes.    Madhya 20.307
  dhari—arresting    Antya 3.107
  dhari—bearing    Antya 7.158
  dhari dhari—speaking    Antya 10.117, Antya 10.117
  kantha dhari—catching the necks    Antya 14.42, Antya 15.24
  kese dhari—catching by the hair    Madhya 9.233, Antya 16.128
  akrura-murti dhari—taking the form of Akrura    Antya 19.49
  brahma-rupa dhari—accepting the form of Lord Brahma.    Madhya 20.303
  sarira-dhari—accepting the body    Madhya 6.254
  sire dhari—holding it on my head.    Madhya 21.74
  sire dhari—taking on my head    Madhya 25.281
  sire hasta dhari—keeping His hand on their heads.    Madhya 3.14
  cari varna dhari—accepting these four colors    Madhya 20.330
  dhairya dhari—keeping patient    Antya 16.127
  dhari rakha—please keep them    Antya 10.110
  dhari ane—brings him back    Antya 6.37
  dhari-a—capturing    Antya 1.144
  dhariya dhari—keeping patient    Madhya 8.17
  gala dhari—catching the necks    Madhya 17.207
  gala dhari—holding the neck    Antya 19.33
  govardhana-dhari—the lifter of Govardhana Hill    Madhya 4.41
  hindu-vesa dhari—accepting the dress of a Hindu    Madhya 16.178
  hata dhari—catching the hand    Madhya 20.54
  hate dhari—catching Their hands    Madhya 3.69
  hate dhari—catching his hands    Madhya 15.282
  hate dhari—catching the hand    Antya 20.53
  kantha dhari—embracing the neck    Adi 4.109
  kanthe dhari—catching his neck    Madhya 15.45
  mauna dhari—becoming silent    Adi 5.151
  mauna dhari—holding silence    Madhya 5.51
  mauna dhari—keeping silent    Antya 16.129
  more dhari—picking Me up    Antya 18.109
  nanda-vesa dhari—in the dress of Nanda Maharaja    Madhya 15.19
  nija-sire dhari—catching on my head    Antya 20.144-146
  nama dhari—taking the name    Antya 14.47
  pada dhari—keeping Your feet    Antya 6.133
  pada dhari—keeping His feet    Antya 6.138
  panca-rupa dhari—accepting five bodies    Adi 5.8
  pita-varna dhari—assuming the color yellow    Madhya 20.340
  prabhu-pada dhari—catching the feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 14.6
  prabhu-pada dhari—catching hold of the lotus feet of the Lord    Madhya 16.279
  prabhure dhari—taking Mahaprabhu    Antya 14.76
  paye dhari—touching His lotus feet    Madhya 7.142
  paye dhari—capturing the feet    Antya 4.161
  rakta-varna dhari—assuming a reddish color.    Madhya 20.335
  rasa-narma-dhari—full of joking words    Antya 15.20
  rudra-rupa dhari—accepting the form of Lord Siva    Madhya 20.290
  raja-dvare dhari—keeping at the door of the King.    Antya 9.21
  sanatana-hata dhari—catching the hand of Sanatana Gosvami    Madhya 21.111
  sei sire dhari—I accept that.    Madhya 18.151
  tomara asa dhari—hoping to meet You some time in the future.    Madhya 12.34
  turuka-dhari—Turkish Mohammedan soldiers    Madhya 18.27
  tanhara hate dhari—catching his hand    Madhya 16.138
  vamsi-dhari—the carrier of the flute    Madhya 17.214
  vesa dhari—dressing like that    Adi 13.105
  vesa dhari—dressing themselves    Madhya 1.268
  vina-dhari—the player of the stringed instrument    Madhya 8.133
  vetra-dhari—carrier of the cane    Madhya 10.42
  age dhari—holding it in front    Madhya 4.24
  ane dhari—brings.    Antya 12.126

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