Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dvare

  dvare—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
  dvare—on the door    Adi 17.37-38, Antya 12.121
  dvare—existing as the entrance    SB 6.9.33
  dvare—in the gateway    Adi 17.60
  dvare—at the gates    Madhya 4.153
  dvare—by means of    Madhya 8.157
  dvare—through the door    Madhya 15.82
  dvare—near the door    Madhya 15.128-129
  dvare—at your door    Madhya 20.47
  dvare—the door    Antya 10.93
  dvare vasi—sitting at the door    Antya 3.122, Antya 3.128, Antya 3.235, Antya 3.242
  simha-dvare—at the Simha-dvara gate    Antya 6.221, Antya 6.255, Antya 6.282, Antya 6.283
  simha-dvare—at the gate known as Simha-dvara    Antya 6.316, Antya 14.74, Antya 16.80
  bahir-dvare—the outside door.    Madhya 7.85
  bahir-dvare—to the outside door    Madhya 7.87
  bahir-dvare—outside the door    Madhya 12.162
  bahih-dvare—outside the door    Antya 16.55
  bhakta-dvare—by the devotees    Antya 6.144
  sisu-dvare—through this boy    Adi 16.95
  sisu-dvare—through a boy    Adi 16.96
  sastra-dvare jani—one has to accept by reference to the sastras    Madhya 20.352
  ei dui-dvare—by these two    Antya 8.32
  ei dvare—by this    Adi 4.32
  gambhirara dvare—at the door of the Gambhira, the small room within the room    Antya 10.82
  gambhirara dvare—at the door of the Gambhira.    Antya 19.56
  gopi-dvare—through the gopis    Madhya 9.154
  karna-dvare—through aural reception    Madhya 8.306
  kon dvare—through which    Antya 4.90
  kaji-dvare—at the door of the Kazi    Adi 17.139
  karya-dvare—by practical example    Madhya 25.124
  mula-dvare—by the roots    Antya 16.147
  maya-dvare—with the material energy    Adi 2.49
  maya-dvare—by the agency of the external energy    Madhya 20.259
  nava-dvare—in the place where there are nine gates    Bg 5.13
  parihasa-dvare—by joking    Madhya 9.140
  patri-dvare—by those letters    Madhya 1.210
  prema-dvare—by means of the love    Adi 4.139
  raja-dvare—to the court of the Nawab.    Madhya 19.15
  raja-dvare dhari—keeping at the door of the King.    Antya 9.21
  sei dvare—by that    Adi 4.40
  sei dvare—in that way    Adi 4.226
  simha-dvare—at the gate of the temple of Jagannatha, known as Simha-dvara    Madhya 2.8
  simha-dvare—at the entrance door of the Jagannatha temple    Madhya 6.14
  simha-dvare—in front of the main gate, known as Simha-dvara    Antya 4.126
  simha-dvare—at the main gate    Antya 6.214
  simha-dvare—at the Simha gate    Antya 6.216
  simha-dvare—to the gate named Simha-dvara    Antya 17.15
  simha-dvare—at the Simha-dvara gate of the Jagannatha temple    Antya 20.129
  simha-dvare bhiksa-vrtti—to beg alms standing at the Simha-dvara    Antya 6.284
  simha-dvare patana—falling down by the Simha-dvara gate    Antya 20.124
  simha-dvare raya—stand at the gate known as Simha-dvara.    Antya 6.219
  simha-dvare asi—coming in front of the Simha-dvara    Antya 11.73
  tina dvare—the three doors    Madhya 2.8
  tina-dvare—in three doorways    Antya 17.11
  toma-dvare—by you    Antya 4.97
  tomara dvare—through you.    Antya 4.100
  uddhava-dvare—through Uddhava    Madhya 13.139
  venu-dvare—by the flute    Antya 16.133
  venu-dvare—through the flute    Antya 17.36
  visnu-dvare—by Lord Visnu    Adi 4.13
  vipra-dvare—by means of some brahmana.    Madhya 7.60
  vasa-dvare—at the door of the residence    Antya 13.51
  acarana-dvare—by means of practical demonstration.    Adi 4.265
  acarya-dvare—through Gopinatha Acarya    Madhya 6.215
  aila simha-dvare—came to the gate of Jagannatha temple known as Simha-dvara    Antya 11.72

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