Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: guna

  guna—qualities    Bg 13.15, SB 1.5.36, SB 1.13.28, SB 2.9.32, SB 3.26.46, SB 3.29.7, SB 3.29.11-12, SB 3.31.14, SB 4.22.23, SB 4.24.44 (and more...)
  guna—attributes    SB 5.3.12, Adi 5.122, Adi 6.33, Adi 6.81, Madhya 25.107, Antya 4.182, Antya 5.81, Antya 5.82, Antya 11.50, Antya 11.51 (and more...)
  guna—the qualities    SB 4.29.39-40, Madhya 2.32, Madhya 4.210, Madhya 8.85, Madhya 8.86, Madhya 8.87, Madhya 8.179, Madhya 19.221, Madhya 22.75, Antya 1.105 (and more...)
  guna—quality    Bg 4.13, Bg 14.18, SB 3.28.16, SB 5.1.24, Adi 8.54, Adi 16.46, Madhya 7.144-145, Madhya 8.183-184, Madhya 9.277
  guna—transcendental qualities    SB 1.18.10, SB 3.9.15, SB 3.13.4, SB 4.9.11, SB 6.3.29, Madhya 19.217, Madhya 21.117, Madhya 24.63, Antya 2.76
  guna—of the qualities    SB 4.15.23, SB 5.26.38, Adi 4.205, Madhya 8.179, Madhya 17.38, Madhya 19.171
  guna—modes of material nature    Bg 15.2, SB 3.7.28, SB 3.7.31, SB 3.13.45
  guna—of the modes of material nature    SB 3.33.27, SB 4.11.25, SB 4.17.36, SB 7.9.18
  guna—of the transcendental qualities    SB 6.2.11, SB 6.3.17, SB 6.3.24
  guna—the quality    Madhya 8.172, Madhya 17.113, Madhya 19.229
  guna—material modes    SB 1.8.27, SB 3.9.36
  guna—modes of nature    SB 1.13.46, SB 4.29.18-20
  guna—of qualities    SB 3.21.17, SB 5.1.6
  guna—and the three modes of material nature    SB 3.26.50, SB 4.20.12
  guna—of the modes    SB 4.11.16, SB 5.3.4-5
  guna—good qualities    SB 4.27.7, Adi 16.52
  guna—transcendental attribute    SB 1.7.11
  guna—good signs    SB 1.12.12
  guna—the material modes    SB 2.2.30
  guna—chiefly the quality of ignorance    SB 3.5.28
  guna—with good qualities    SB 3.21.27
  guna—of the virtues    SB 3.22.1
  guna—the modes of material nature    SB 3.29.44
  guna—of material modes    SB 4.7.39
  guna—by good qualities    SB 4.15.5
  guna—of good qualities    SB 4.16.10
  guna—Your qualities    SB 4.20.26
  guna—ingredients    SB-4.21.34
  guna—material qualities    SB 4.22.36
  guna—of the material qualities    SB 4.29.70
  guna—of the modes of nature    SB 4.30.23
  guna—of quality    SB 5.1.14
  guna—by the modes    SB 5.14.1
  guna—whose qualities    SB 5.14.46
  guna—in the qualities    SB 5.17.19
  guna—and good qualities    SB 6.1.56-57
  guna—and the qualities of the material elements    SB 7.3.29
  guna—of the transcendental qualities and opulences    SB 7.10.43-44
  guna—by the three gunas, the modes of material nature (sattva, rajas and tamas)    SB 8.3.16
  guna—of material qualities    SB 8.6.11
  guna—sacred thread    SB 8.18.2
  guna—with attributes    SB 10.2.36
  guna—the three modes of material nature    SB 10.13.53
  guna—as a good quality    Adi 5.180
  guna—of times    Madhya 1.196
  guna—this quality    Madhya 2.82
  guna—and His qualities    Madhya 4.16
  guna—high qualities    Madhya 7.29
  guna—qualities.    Madhya 8.43
  guna—guna    Madhya 24.35
  guna—all the good qualities    Antya 1.103-104
  guna—of the attributes    Antya 4.206
  guna—good attributes    Antya 8.81
  guna—qualities.    Adi 16.41
  guna—attributes.    Antya 4.170
  dvi-guna—twice as much    SB 5.1.32, Madhya 9.104, Antya 9.112, Antya 17.59
  dvi-guna—twice    Madhya 7.24, Madhya 21.132, Antya 19.30
  guna-mayi—made of the three modes    Madhya 20.121, Madhya 22.23, Madhya 24.138
  guna-akrsta hana—being attracted by the transcendental qualities    Madhya 24.111, Madhya 24.119, Madhya 24.168
  maya-guna—the modes of material nature    SB 1.13.56, SB 4.20.29, SB 9.8.24
  bhakta-guna—the attributes of a devotee    Antya 5.82, Antya 10.101
  sata-guna—one hundred times    Adi 7.24, Madhya 17.226
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—who is qualified with twelve brahminical qualifications    Madhya 20.59, Antya 16.26
  guna-gana—transcendental qualities.    Madhya 6.185, Madhya 22.75
  koti-guna—ten million times more    Adi 4.133, Adi 4.187
  krsna guna-akrsta—attracted by the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.116, Madhya 24.167
  sat-guna—good qualities    Adi 13.59, Madhya 8.185
  ambhah-guna-visesah—the distinctive characteristic of water (taste)    SB 3.26.48
  ananta guna—unlimited qualities    Madhya 23.86
  ananta guna—unlimited transcendental attributes    Antya 6.309
  ananta-guna-arnavah—the reservoir of unlimited transcendental qualities    SB 5.25.6
  anupama-guna—having unparalleled qualities    Madhya 8.182
  asadharana guna—uncommon qualities    Madhya 9.144
  ati-guna-vat—prepared very gorgeously with all varieties of taste    SB 8.16.51-52
  bahu-guna—many qualities    SB 3.32.33
  bhakta-vatsalya-guna—the quality of being very affectionate to the devotees,    Antya 9.145
  bhumeh guna-visesah—the distinctive characteristic of earth (odor)    SB 3.26.48
  brahmanyata-guna—the attributes of a perfect brahmana    Antya 7.166
  sabda-guna—the quality of sound    Madhya 19.217
  caitanya-lila guna—the attributes and pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Antya 11.10
  sata sata guna—hundreds of qualities more    Adi 4.240
  sila-adi-guna-sampannah—all blessed with good behavior and good characteristics    SB 8.8.28
  siva-guna—the qualities of Lord Siva    Adi 17.99
  codita-guna—whose three modes of material nature are agitated    SB 7.9.21
  sri-rupera guna—the transcendental qualities of Srila Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.106
  sri-radhikara guna—the transcendental quality of Srimati Radharani.    Madhya 8.116
  santera guna—qualities of santa-rasa    Madhya 19.222
  santera guna—the qualities of santa-rasa    Madhya 19.226
  dasa-guna—ten times greater.    Antya 12.136
  dasa-guna—ten times more    Antya 12.139
  dasa-guna-uttaraih—each ten times more than the previous one    SB 6.16.37
  dhanuh-guna—the string of the bow    Madhya 21.129
  divya-guna-gana—of transcendental qualities    Madhya 21.120
  dosa-guna-vicara—therefore to criticize one's poetry as good or bad    Adi 16.102
  dravya-guna-karma-asaya—in a combination of material elements, material qualities, and the results of past activities and desires    SB 5.10.6
  dui-guna—two qualities    Antya 7.131
  dvi-guna—twofold    Madhya 14.234
  dvi-guna—double    Antya 9.133
  dvi-guna—twice as big    Antya 10.37
  dvi-guna—doubly    Antya 18.63
  dvi-guna kariya—increasing to double.    Madhya 12.220
  dvi-guna kariya—making a double portion    Madhya 14.111
  dvi-guna vartana—twice the salary.    Antya 9.106
  dvi-guna-visalah—twice as big    SB 5.20.7
  dvi-guna-visalena—which is twice as wide    SB 5.20.2
  dvi-guna-ayamah—whose measurement is twice as great    SB 5.20.29
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—qualified with twelve brahminical qualities    SB 7.9.10
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—who has twelve brahminical qualifications    Antya 4.69
  ei dui guna—these two qualities (namely santa and dasya).    Madhya 19.221
  gaura-guna—the qualities of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Adi 13.123
  guna avatara—the incarnations of the material qualities    Madhya 20.301
  guna sabdera artha—the meaning of the word guna    Madhya 24.41
  guna gana—chanting of the transcendental qualities    Adi 5.121
  guna sphuraya—awakens the appreciation of transcendental qualities    Madhya 24.124
  guna-abhidhanena—discussing transcendental qualities    SB 4.22.25
  guna-abhijnapakah—making known the qualities    SB 6.1.47
  guna-abhimani—identified with the modes of nature    SB 4.29.26-27
  guna-abhipatteh—for acquiring the required qualifications    SB 4.8.20
  guna-abhirupam—as beautiful as godly qualities.    SB 1.19.19
  guna-abhitrptah—satisfied in transcendental qualities.    SB 3.5.1
  guna-asrayam—material religion, under the modes of material nature    SB 6.2.24-25
  guna-adhamat—one who is less qualified    SB 4.8.34
  guna-adhikam—better than the others by quality    SB 9.18.42
  guna-adhikat—one who is more qualified    SB 4.8.34
  guna-agunatvasya—of being absorbed in material qualities or devoid of material qualities    SB 5.11.7
  guna-aktah—associated with the modes of nature    SB 4.29.17
  guna-amrte—nectar of qualities    Adi 8.64
  guna-anubhavah—possessing transcendental qualities and glories    SB 5.25.13
  guna-anukathane—describing the glories    SB 2.1.7
  guna-anukathane—in describing the transcendental attributes of the Lord    SB 2.4.11
  guna-anukathane—always engaged in talking about Your pastimes    SB 10.10.38
  guna-anuraktam—being attached to the material modes of nature    SB 5.11.8
  guna-anuvarnanam—description of the transcendental qualities of.    SB 1.5.22
  guna-anuvarnanam—describing the transcendental qualities    SB 8.12.46
  guna-anuvada—of the transcendental name, form, qualities, pastimes, entourage and paraphernalia, etc.    SB 3.7.14
  guna-anuvadam—transcendental glorification    SB 3.13.26
  guna-anuvadane—in glorifying    SB 4.22.20
  guna-anuvadah—constant chanting of the glories    SB 6.2.12
  guna-anuvadat—from describing such activities    SB 10.1.4
  guna-anvitam—under the spell of the modes of material nature    Bg 15.10
  guna-anvitah—qualified.    SB 2.6.24
  guna-anvitah—endowed with all good qualities    SB 9.9.29
  guna-anvita—endowed with the mode of passion, and so on    SB 6.5.14
  guna-anvitah—full of their respective qualities    SB 8.18.4
  guna-anvitah—all of them being qualified in that process    SB 9.10.50
  guna-apaya—the cause of the annihilation of everything made of the material modes of nature    SB 6.4.29
  guna-atita—beyond the material qualities    Adi 5.104
  guna-atita—beyond the material qualities, transcendental    Madhya 20.289
  guna-atita—transcendental to the qualities of matter    Madhya 20.311
  guna-atitah—transcendental to the material modes of nature    Bg 14.22-25
  guna-avabhasam—reservoir of all modes of nature    SB 3.8.15
  guna-avabhase—who manifests the three modes of material nature    SB 3.24.43
  guna-avatara—qualitative incarnations    Adi 1.65-66
  guna-avatara—an incarnation of a quality    Adi 6.79
  guna-avatara—the incarnations to control the material qualities    Madhya 20.246
  guna-avatara—incarnations of the material qualities    Madhya 20.291
  guna-avatara—the incarnation of the material quality of goodness    Madhya 20.294
  guna-avatara-gana—incarnations of the material modes of nature    Madhya 20.348
  guna-avatarah—incarnation of the mode of goodness    SB 3.9.23
  guna-avatare—among the incarnations controlling the three modes of material nature    Adi 1.67
  guna-avatarera—of incarnations of the material qualities    Madhya 20.300
  guna-ayanam—one who has acquired all the good qualities    SB-4.21.44
  guna-bhedatah—in terms of different modes of material nature    Bg 18.19
  guna-bhedaya—the differentiated mode of passion    SB 3.15.5
  guna-bhoktr—simultaneously master of the gunas    Bg 13.15
  guna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the qualities    SB 6.19.13
  guna-brmhitam—affected by the qualities    SB 1.3.32
  guna-sila—by elevated qualities and excellent behavior    SB 4.20.16
  guna-silatah—by good qualities and by character.    SB 4.1.65
  guna-sloka pade—chanted verses about the transcendental qualities.    Madhya 17.209
  guna-sreni—of Her attractive qualities    Madhya 8.175
  guna-dharmine—who accepts different qualities within the material world    SB 8.3.12
  guna-dhama—the abode of good qualities.    Adi 3.43
  guna-dhama—reservoir of all attributes    Adi 6.26
  guna-dhama—the reservoir of all good qualities    Madhya 6.258
  guna-dosa—of quality and fault    SB 6.17.30
  guna-dosa—attributes and faults    Antya 7.158
  guna-dosayoh—of right and wrong activities.    SB 6.16.10
  guna-dosayoh—of a good quality or fault    SB 7.5.49
  guna-dose—there are faults and good qualities also.    Adi 16.48
  guna-isah—the master of all spiritual qualities    SB 6.8.16
  guna-isah—the master of all three modes of material nature.    SB 9.10.14
  guna-isaya—unto You, who control the three modes of material nature    SB 8.5.50
  guna-iham—endeavor to satisfy the senses    SB 5.5.7
  guna-gana—qualities    SB 5.1.10
  guna-gana—of the transcendental qualities    SB 5.3.4-5
  guna-gana—O Lord, whose spiritual qualities    SB 5.3.11
  guna-gana—of groups of qualities    Madhya 8.181
  guna-gana-kathanah—He, the chanting of whose attributes    SB 5.3.11
  guna-gana-adhyaya—who was endowed with a host of virtues    SB 3.22.22
  guna-ganaih—by the qualifications    SB 1.17.17
  guna-ganaih—by transcendental qualities    SB 3.15.49
  guna-ganatah—from the material qualities    SB 6.16.39
  guna-gane—whose transcendental attributes    SB 6.9.36
  guna-grahah—the power of seeing.    SB 2.10.21
  guna-grahah—and the objects of hearing.    SB 2.10.22
  guna-grahi—accepting good qualities    Adi 8.62
  guna-grama—very qualified.    Adi 16.31
  guna-grama—glories    Adi 17.69
  guna-grdhnavah—those who are able to appreciate qualities.    SB 3.14.21
  guna-hinam—without flavor    SB 7.13.38
  guna-jnah—one who appreciates good qualities    SB 4.20.26
  guna-jnah—appreciating this good quality of Kali-yuga    Madhya 20.347
  guna-jnaya—the knower of the elements    SB 8.16.30
  guna-karma—works under material influence    Bg 3.28
  guna-karma—with quality and work    SB 5.1.15
  guna-karma-anu-rupani—according to His attributes and activities    SB 10.8.15
  guna-karma-anubaddham—bound by the modes of nature and the reactions of material activities    SB 5.11.8
  guna-karma-nibandhanah—captivation by the three modes of material nature    SB 7.7.27
  guna-karma-saksine—the witness of the actions and reactions of material nature.    SB 5.18.38
  guna-karma-yonau—unto the cause of the material modes and activities    SB 3.5.50
  guna-karmabhih—by qualities and factual activities    SB 4.17.1
  guna-karmanam—of the transcendental qualities and activities of the Lord    SB 7.7.30-31
  guna-karmasu—in material activities    Bg 3.29
  guna-kathaya—in the discourse of transcendental qualities    SB 3.4.27
  guna-kirtanat me—by chanting and glorifying My transcendental qualities    SB 5.5.10-13
  guna-lesa—a fraction of the transcendental attributes    Antya 5.79
  guna-lila—His qualities and pastimes    Madhya 8.252
  guna-linganam—which detect sense objects    SB 3.25.32
  guna-madhye—in such good attributes    Antya 8.81
  guna-mahima—glories of transcendental attributes    Adi 5.234
  guna-mahima—the glory of the attributes    Adi 6.36
  guna-maya—in the modes of material nature    SB 1.2.30
  guna-mayaih—influenced by the modes of nature    SB 1.2.33
  guna-mayam—describing all transcendental qualities    SB 3.9.39
  guna-mayam—the material results    SB 3.11.15
  guna-maye—into the external features, consisting of the three modes of material nature    SB 5.16.3
  guna-mayi—consisting of the three modes of material nature    SB 8.12.40
  guna-mayi—consisting of the three modes of nature    SB 9.21.17
  guna-mayim—composed of the modes of material nature    SB 4.7.51
  guna-mayya—endowed with three modes of material nature    SB 3.7.4
  guna-mayya—consisting of the modes of material nature    SB 4.12.6
  guna-mayya—acting in three modes of activity    SB 8.7.23
  guna-mayyam—in the qualitative modes of nature    SB 3.5.26
  guna-mayyam—full of the three material modes of nature (sattva-guna, rajo-guna and tamo-guna)    Madhya 20.275
  guna-maya-para—transcendental to the material modes of nature.    Madhya 20.314
  guna-nidhe—O reservoir of all good qualities    Antya 3.62
  guna-dore—by the ropes of the good qualities    Madhya 2.21
  guna-prakasaih—by the awakening of such transcendental knowledge    SB 10.2.35
  guna-pravaha—by the influence of the material qualities    SB
  guna-pravaham—the source of the stream of the three modes of material nature    SB 3.33.2
  guna-pravaham—the influence of the modes of material nature    SB 3.33.8
  guna-pravaham—from material emanations    SB 4.31.18
  guna-pravahah—reactions of the modes of nature.    SB 2.1.33
  guna-pravahah—from the flow of material qualities.    SB 3.28.35
  guna-pravahah—emanation of material nature.    SB 4.31.15
  guna-pravahah—driven by the force of either sattva-guna, rajo-guna or tamo-guna    SB 5.11.5
  guna-pravahah—the waves of the material modes of nature.    SB 9.5.26
  guna-pravahe—in the current of the modes of material nature    SB 6.17.20
  guna-pravahena—by the interaction of the modes    SB 3.33.3
  guna-pravahena—by the interaction of the modes of nature    SB 4.11.18
  guna-patrena—the reservoir of all qualities    SB 1.16.26-30
  guna-rupa-rasa—attributes, beauty and sweetness    Antya 14.49
  guna-rupam—consisting of the three qualities    SB 6.4.29
  guna-ragi—which is somewhat attached to the qualities, name, fame and paraphernalia    SB 6.1.19
  guna-sammudhah—befooled by material identification    Bg 3.29
  guna-samvrtah—because of being covered by the material qualities.    SB 10.10.32
  guna-samvrtah—covered by the modes of nature    Madhya 20.312
  guna-sanga—associated with the modes of nature    SB 2.7.3
  guna-sanga—by the three modes of material nature    SB 8.3.18
  guna-sanga-varjitah—completely freed from the contamination of the modes of nature.    SB 8.8.21
  guna-sangah—association with the modes of nature    Bg 13.22
  guna-sangah—contamination of the three modes of nature    SB 6.1.44
  guna-sankhyana—of the sankhya-yoga system    SB 8.16.30
  guna-sankhyane—in terms of different modes    Bg 18.19
  guna-sampravahah—continuous manifestation of the different modes of nature    SB 8.3.22-24
  guna-sannivaye—in the world of three modes of nature    SB 2.2.22
  guna-sarga-mohitah—bewildered by the three modes of material nature    SB 5.17.24
  guna-sarga-sangrahah—combination of different material elements    SB 4.17.30
  guna-sargah—in which there is a creation of material bodies    SB 6.1.2
  guna-sargaya—the interaction of the material modes of nature.    SB 7.6.20-23
  guna-sparsam—material happiness    SB 6.18.75
  guna-samyasya—without interaction of the three modes    SB 3.26.17
  guna-samye—in an equilibrium of material qualities    SB 7.6.20-23
  guna-tattva-buddhibhih—by the conditioned souls whose poor intelligence dictates that real truth is found in the manifestations of the three modes of material nature    SB 6.4.23
  guna-traya—of the three material modes of nature    SB 6.4.23
  guna-traya-isah—the master of the material modes.    SB 7.8.8
  guna-traya-atmakam—being an interaction of the three modes of material nature    SB 4.3.11
  guna-traya-atmakam—whose body is expanded by the material energy, consisting of three modes (goodness, passion and ignorance)    SB 8.20.21
  guna-traya-atma—consisting of the three modes    SB 3.32.9
  guna-trayat—from the three modes of nature.    SB 3.20.12
  guna-udarah—great qualities    SB 2.3.16
  guna-upetam—a nice flavor    SB 7.13.38
  guna-upetah—endowed with material attributes or facilities    SB 10.3.1-5
  guna-vaicitryat—because of the diversity of the contamination by the three modes of nature    SB 6.1.46
  guna-vaisamyam—interaction of the material modes    SB 3.10.15
  guna-vaisamyat—by interaction of the three modes of nature    SB 2.10.3
  guna-vaisamyat—from the different conditions of the modes    SB 3.28.43
  guna-varjite—who are without the three modes of material nature.    Adi 4.63
  guna-varjite—devoid of all material qualities.    Madhya 6.157
  guna-varjite—You, the transcendence, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.    Madhya 8.156
  guna-vastu-drk—who is attracted by the creation of the modes of material nature    SB 6.9.49
  guna-vat—fittingly    SB 4.21.8
  guna-vati—at the qualified moment    Antya 1.184
  guna-vatsa-snuta-udhah—earth becoming like a cow whose udders flowed upon seeing Gaya’s qualities in ruling over the citizens.    SB 5.15.10
  guna-vata—by rich foods    SB 8.16.54
  guna-vigrahah—the incarnation of the material qualities    SB 5.17.22-23
  guna-vigrahah—the universe, which is a result of the modes of nature    SB 6.4.48
  guna-vikriya—bewildered by the modes of material nature    SB 4.20.23
  guna-visarga—with material affairs (created by the three material modes of nature)    SB 5.1.36
  guna-visarga-patitah—fallen in a material body impelled by the modes of material nature    SB 6.9.35
  guna-visargam—the material world (wherein the living entity takes birth according to the contamination of the modes of nature)    SB 7.9.12
  guna-visargasya—the creation of the three modes of material nature    SB 5.1.7
  guna-visrambhi—a person entangled in the three modes of material nature    SB 6.5.20
  guna-vivarana—hearing descriptions of the qualities of the Lord    SB 5.9.3
  guna-vyaktih—the reservoir of qualities    SB 6.19.13
  guna-vyatikara—of the interactions of the modes of material nature    SB 3.10.11
  guna-vyatikaram—the transformation of the three modes of material nature    SB 7.9.30
  guna-vyatikarah—transformation of the modes by reaction    SB 2.5.22
  guna-vyatikarah—free from the differences created by the material modes of nature    SB 8.12.8
  guna-vyatikare—in the uneven manifestation of the modes of material nature    SB 7.6.20-23
  guna-vyatikare sati—when the interaction of the modes takes place.    SB 3.32.12-15
  guna-vyatikarat—because of the mixture of the modes of    SB 3.9.1
  guna-vyatikarat—due to the actions of the modes of material nature    SB 7.6.25
  guna-vyavastham—the influence of the modes of material nature    SB 5.19.4
  guna-vadam—glorification    SB 3.6.37
  guna-van—full with transcendental attributes.    Adi 5.14
  guna-yasa—attributes and reputation    Antya 3.12
  guna-urmi—the waves of the material modes    SB 2.3.12
  guna-asayaih—under the influence of the material modes of nature    SB 3.9.33
  guna-asrayah—the reservoir of good qualities    SB 4.20.7
  guna-adhikye—by the increase of transcendental qualities    Madhya 8.86
  guna-akarah—reservoir of all good qualities    SB 3.14.49
  guna-akhyane—in narrating the transcendental qualities    SB 2.8.1
  guna-akhyane—in describing the transcendental qualities    Madhya 23.18-19
  guna-aksipta-matih—whose mind was agitated by the qualities    Madhya 24.117
  guna-akrsta hana—thus being attracted by the qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.114
  guna-akrsta hana—being attracted by the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.130
  guna-alayam—the reservoir of all transcendental qualities    SB 4.20.27
  guna-alayam—the reservoir of all good qualities    SB 9.2.31
  guna-ali-sampat—possession of such transcendental qualities    Madhya 17.212
  guna-atmakah—qualitative    SB 2.6.22
  guna-atmake—in that which is the source of all such qualities    SB 8.20.22
  guna-atmakani—attached to the qualities    SB 2.10.32
  guna-atmanah—playing the role of a human being.    SB 1.10.19
  guna-atmanah—the overseer of the three qualities    Madhya 21.11
  guna-atmane—unto the source of the three modes of material nature    SB 4.17.29
  gai tomara guna—praising your transcendental qualities    Madhya 20.60
  hari-guna-mayi—whose subject matter is the attributes of Krsna    Antya 1.139
  haridasera guna—the transcendental qualities of Haridasa Thakura    Antya 3.93
  haridasera guna—qualities of Haridasa Thakura    Antya 3.98
  haridasera guna-gana—the stock of transcendental qualities of Haridasa Thakura    Antya 3.95
  jate guna-vyatikare—when the interaction of the modes arises    SB 3.32.12-15
  kari guna gana—glorifying the qualities    Madhya 11.159-160
  kirtanya-guna-sat-katham—whose transcendental pastimes and qualities are glorious.    SB 8.4.3-4
  koti-guna—ten million times greater    Adi 4.126
  koti-guna—ten million times.    Adi 4.186
  koti-guna—millions of times more.    Madhya 14.179
  krsna guna—the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 21.111
  krsna-guna—the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 17.135
  krsna-guna—the qualities of Lord Krsna    Madhya 17.139
  krsna-guna—the qualities of Krsna.    Madhya 24.58
  krsna-guna suni—hearing the transcendental qualities of Krsna.    Madhya 24.118
  krsna-guna gana—chanting of the holy attributes of Krsna    Adi 5.121
  krsna-guna-jnana—knowledge of Krsna's transcendental qualities    Madhya 22.97
  krsna-guna-akhyane—in describing the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 23.34
  krsna-guna-akrsta—attracted by the transcendental pastimes of the Lord    Madhya 24.113
  krsna-guna-akrsta—attracted by the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.134
  krsna-guna-akrsta hana—being attracted by the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.205
  krsna-guna-asvadera—of tasting the transcendental qualities of Krsna    Madhya 24.105
  krsna-nama-guna chadi—leaving aside the transcendental qualities and the name of the Lord    Madhya 1.270
  krsnera guna ananta—Krsna has unlimited qualities    Madhya 24.41
  laksa-guna—a hundred thousand times    Madhya 17.227
  lila-guna—attributes and pastimes    Adi 5.222
  lila-guna—pastimes and qualities    Adi 9.5
  maha-purusa-guna-bhajanah—Prahlada Maharaja, who is the abode of all the good qualities of great personalities    SB 5.18.7
  mangala-guna-dhama—the reservoir of all auspicious attributes    Adi 6.12
  mat-guna-iranam—describing My glories    Madhya 11.29-30
  maurvi-guna—of the bowstring    SB 5.1.29
  madhurya-adi-guna-khani—the mine of transcendental mellows, headed by sweetness    Madhya 21.117
  maya-guna—of the modes of material nature    SB 3.33.24-25
  maya-guna—caused by the three modes of material nature    SB 9.8.23
  maya-guna-vibhuteh—of the transformation of the qualities of the material energy    SB 5.16.4
  nabhah-guna-visesah—the distinctive characteristic of sky (sound)    SB 3.26.47
  sat-guna-isah—master of the six senses.    SB 1.3.36
  nija-guna—His transcendental qualities    Madhya 2.26
  nija-guna—his personal qualities    Madhya 15.159
  panca guna—five kinds of transcendental qualities.    Madhya 19.232
  panca-guna—five attributes    Antya 15.8
  panca-guna—the five attributes    Antya 15.9
  pakva-guna—free from material contamination    SB 4.30.18
  prabhu-guna—the transcendental qualities of the Lord    Madhya 17.148
  prabhura guna—attributes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Antya 4.205
  prema-guna—quality of love    Madhya 11.58
  prema-guna—qualities in ecstatic love    Madhya 13.158
  priya-guna-ganaih—by the desirable transcendental qualities of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 19.120
  rajo-guna—the mode of passion    Bg 3.37
  rupa-guna—beauty and attributes    Adi 4.248
  rupa-guna-aisvaryera—of forms, qualities and opulence    Madhya 9.160
  rupa-guna-anvitah—qualitative.    SB 2.5.26-29
  rupa-guna-van—so beautiful and qualified    Antya 3.236
  rupera sat-guna—the transcendental qualities of Srila Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.208
  sa-guna—fully qualified with spiritual attributes.    Madhya 25.54
  saba guna—all the good qualities    Madhya 15.181
  sahasra-guna—one thousand times    Madhya 17.227
  sakhyera guna—the quality of fraternity    Madhya 19.227
  sarva-guna—all good qualities    SB 3.23.29
  sarva-guna—of all respectable qualities    SB 4.1.49-52
  sarva-guna—with all transcendental qualities    SB 5.18.18
  sarva-guna—of all the effects of the material modes of nature (such as intelligence and the senses)    SB 6.9.38
  sarva-guna—of all good qualities    Adi 4.69
  sarva-guna-sankhyanaya—the reservoir of all transcendental qualities    SB 5.17.17
  sarva-guna-upetah—being fully qualified by giving sufficient milk, etc.    SB 10.7.16
  sarva-guna-vinyasam—the reservoir of all qualities    SB 4.23.18
  sarva-guna-van—qualified in every respect    Madhya 12.54
  sarva-guna-asrayah—although now the shelter of the modes of material nature    SB 7.2.43
  sarva-guna-asrayah—the reservoir of all transcendental qualities    SB 9.5.11
  sarva-indriya-guna-drastre—unto the seer of all objectives pursued by the senses    SB 8.3.14
  sarva-sat-guna-mahatmye—glorified by all godly attributes    SB 1.12.24
  sarva-sattva-guna-visesanaya—whose form consists of suddha-sattva, transcendental goodness    SB 5.18.30
  sat-cit-rupa-guna—such qualities are spiritual and eternal    Madhya 24.41
  sat-guna—endowed with all good qualities    Madhya 13.144
  sat-guna—transcendental qualities    Madhya 15.140
  sat-guna—spiritual qualities    Madhya 21.10
  sat-guna-pradhana—qualified with all good qualities.    Adi 13.56
  sat-guna-sagara—ocean of transcendental attributes    Antya 17.60
  sattva-guna—of the mode of goodness    Madhya 20.314
  saundarya-adi-guna-grama—the transcendental qualities, headed by beauty    Madhya 21.104
  saurabha-adi guna—qualities like transcendental fragrance    Madhya 24.43
  sei-guna—that quality    Antya 16.49
  tamah-guna—the material mode of darkness    Madhya 20.307
  tamah-guna-avesa—absorbed by the quality of ignorance    Madhya 20.311
  tat-guna—the qualities of the Lord    SB 3.32.22
  tat-guna-agrahah—are not touched by the material qualities    SB 10.3.15-17
  tat-guna-atmakah—according to shape and quality.    SB-4.21.35
  tat-varna-guna—whose color is the same as that of the mode of passion (reddish)    SB 5.14.7
  tejah-guna-visesah—the distinctive characteristic of fire (form)    SB 3.26.48
  tina guna—three qualities, namely santa, dasya and sakhya    Madhya 19.224
  tina-guna—of the three modes of material nature    Antya 5.45-46
  tri-guna—the three qualities of material nature    Madhya 20.301
  tri-guna-pradhanah—influenced by the three modes of material nature    SB 9.8.22
  tri-guna-atmakam—conditioned by the three modes of nature, or a product of matter    SB 1.7.5
  tri-guna-atmakam—made of three modes of energy (sattva-rajas-tamo-guna)    SB 10.3.14
  tri-guna-atmanam—conditioned by the three modes of material nature    SB 7.7.28
  tanra guna—his good qualities    Madhya 15.158
  tanra guna-gana—His transcendental qualities    Madhya 6.196
  tara guna—the quality of that sweetness    Madhya 21.140
  tara guna kahi—explaining his humble behavior    Antya 5.157
  uru-guna—arising from the great modes    SB 3.31.15
  uttama-sloka-guna-anuvadah—discussion of the pastimes and glories of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.12.13
  vaikuntha-guna-anuvarnane—describing the glories of Krsna    SB 9.4.18-20
  vaikuntha-guna-anuvarnane—in describing the transcendental character of Krsna    Madhya 22.137-139
  vayah-sila-guna-adibhih—by age, character, good qualities, etc.    SB 3.22.9
  visesana adbhuta-guna—the adjective adbhuta-guna ("wonderful qualities")    Adi 16.66
  vijita-sat-guna—completely controlling the six bad qualities (lust, anger, greed, etc.)    Madhya 22.78-80
  vayoh guna-visesah—the distinctive characteristic of air (touch)    SB 3.26.47
  yateka guna—all the transcendental attributes    Antya 8.43
  yavat sila-guna-abhidha-akrti-vayah—their exact character, habits, features, attributes and explicit bodily features    SB 10.13.19
  apanara guna—their own personal qualities    Antya 5.78

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