Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: hamsa

  hamsa—swans    SB 4.9.64, SB 4.24.21, SB 5.24.6, SB 8.2.14-19, Madhya 24.178, Antya 17.43
  hamsa—swan    SB 3.10.25, SB 3.15.18, SB 4.1.24
  hamsa—of swans    SB 3.23.20, SB 8.15.13, Adi 2.2
  hamsa—Hamsa    SB 5.20.3-4, SB 9.24.51
  hamsa—fully engaged in transcendental knowledge    SB 3.12.43
  hamsa—the swan incarnation    SB 10.2.40
  hamsa—of a swan    Madhya 20.299
  bhakta-hamsa—the devotees, who are just like swans    Madhya 25.274
  hamsa-cakravaka hana—becoming swans or cakravaka birds    Madhya 25.275
  hamsa-cakravaka-gana—compared to swans and cakravaka birds    Madhya 25.274
  hamsa-saranam—the shelter of the liberated souls    SB 4.29.55
  hamsa-sriyoh—as beautiful as white swans    SB 3.15.38
  hamsa-guhyena—by the celebrated prayers known as Hamsa-guhya    SB 6.4.22
  hamsa-kulam—the association of great paramahamsas, or devotees    SB 5.13.17
  hamsa-madhye—in a society of white swans    Antya 5.129
  hamsa-sangah—having the association of the hamsas, or liberated persons (who have no connection with material activities).    SB 7.9.18
  hamsa-vaham—who rides a swan airplane    SB 7.3.24
  hamsa-vahanah—Lord Brahma, who rides a swan airplane.    SB 7.3.15-16
  hamsa-yanena—by the swan carrier    SB 5.1.9
  kala-hamsa—swans    SB 4.3.12
  kala-hamsa—with various kinds of swans    SB 5.2.4
  kusumbha-vaikanka-trikuta-sisira-patanga-rucaka-nisadha-sinivasa—the names of mountains    SB 5.16.26
  manah-hamsa—my mind, which is like a swan    Madhya 25.271
  raja-hamsa—great swans    SB 5.17.13
  raja-hamsa-madhye—in a society of white swans    Antya 7.102

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