Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dvare

  dvāre—at the door    Adi 7.156, Madhya 15.80, Madhya 20.47, Madhya 20.49, Antya 3.110, Antya 3.231, Antya 14.58, Antya 17.9
  dvāre—on the door    Adi 17.37-38, Antya 12.121
  dvāre—existing as the entrance    SB 6.9.33
  dvāre—in the gateway    Adi 17.60
  dvāre—at the gates    Madhya 4.153
  dvāre—by means of    Madhya 8.157
  dvāre—through the door    Madhya 15.82
  dvāre—near the door    Madhya 15.128-129
  dvāre—at your door    Madhya 20.47
  dvāre—the door    Antya 10.93
  dvāre vasi—sitting at the door    Antya 3.122, Antya 3.128, Antya 3.235, Antya 3.242
  siṁha-dvāre—at the Siṁha-dvāra gate    Antya 6.221, Antya 6.255, Antya 6.282, Antya 6.283
  siṁha-dvāre—at the gate known as Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 6.316, Antya 14.74, Antya 16.80
  bahir-dvāre—the outside door.    Madhya 7.85
  bahir-dvāre—to the outside door    Madhya 7.87
  bahir-dvāre—outside the door    Madhya 12.162
  bahiḥ-dvāre—outside the door    Antya 16.55
  bhakta-dvāre—by the devotees    Antya 6.144
  śiśu-dvāre—through this boy    Adi 16.95
  śiśu-dvāre—through a boy    Adi 16.96
  śāstra-dvāre jāni—one has to accept by reference to the śāstras    Madhya 20.352
  ei dui-dvāre—by these two    Antya 8.32
  ei dvāre—by this    Adi 4.32
  gambhīrāra dvāre—at the door of the Gambhīrā, the small room within the room    Antya 10.82
  gambhīrāra dvāre—at the door of the Gambhīrā.    Antya 19.56
  gopī-dvāre—through the gopīs    Madhya 9.154
  karṇa-dvāre—through aural reception    Madhya 8.306
  kon dvāre—through which    Antya 4.90
  kājī-dvāre—at the door of the Kazi    Adi 17.139
  kārya-dvāre—by practical example    Madhya 25.124
  mūla-dvāre—by the roots    Antya 16.147
  māyā-dvāre—with the material energy    Adi 2.49
  māyā-dvāre—by the agency of the external energy    Madhya 20.259
  nava-dvāre—in the place where there are nine gates    Bg 5.13
  parihāsa-dvāre—by joking    Madhya 9.140
  patrī-dvāre—by those letters    Madhya 1.210
  prema-dvāre—by means of the love    Adi 4.139
  rāja-dvāre—to the court of the Nawab.    Madhya 19.15
  rāja-dvāre dhari—keeping at the door of the King.    Antya 9.21
  sei dvāre—by that    Adi 4.40
  sei dvāre—in that way    Adi 4.226
  siṁha-dvāre—at the gate of the temple of Jagannātha, known as Siṁha-dvāra    Madhya 2.8
  siṁha-dvāre—at the entrance door of the Jagannātha temple    Madhya 6.14
  siṁha-dvāre—in front of the main gate, known as Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 4.126
  siṁha-dvāre—at the main gate    Antya 6.214
  siṁha-dvāre—at the Siṁha gate    Antya 6.216
  siṁha-dvāre—to the gate named Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 17.15
  siṁha-dvāre—at the Siṁha-dvāra gate of the Jagannātha temple    Antya 20.129
  siṁha-dvāre bhikṣā-vṛtti—to beg alms standing at the Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 6.284
  siṁha-dvāre patana—falling down by the Siṁha-dvāra gate    Antya 20.124
  siṁha-dvāre raya—stand at the gate known as Siṁha-dvāra.    Antya 6.219
  siṁha-dvāre āsi—coming in front of the Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 11.73
  tina dvāre—the three doors    Madhya 2.8
  tina-dvāre—in three doorways    Antya 17.11
  tomā-dvāre—by you    Antya 4.97
  tomāra dvāre—through you.    Antya 4.100
  uddhava-dvāre—through Uddhava    Madhya 13.139
  veṇu-dvāre—by the flute    Antya 16.133
  veṇu-dvāre—through the flute    Antya 17.36
  viṣṇu-dvāre—by Lord Viṣṇu    Adi 4.13
  vipra-dvāre—by means of some brāhmaṇa.    Madhya 7.60
  vāsā-dvāre—at the door of the residence    Antya 13.51
  ācaraṇa-dvāre—by means of practical demonstration.    Adi 4.265
  ācārya-dvāre—through Gopīnātha Ācārya    Madhya 6.215
  āila siṁha-dvāre—came to the gate of Jagannātha temple known as Siṁha-dvāra    Antya 11.72

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