Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ihara

  ihara—of this    Adi 2.77, Adi 4.47, Adi 4.138, Adi 6.54, Adi 7.71, Adi 7.115, Adi 7.168, Adi 9.29, Madhya 8.307, Madhya 9.122 (and more...)
  ihara—of him    Adi 17.73, Madhya 1.170, Madhya 1.177, Madhya 7.24, Madhya 11.80, Antya 1.197, Antya 6.207
  ihara—His    Adi 14.19, Antya 1.198, Antya 3.105, Antya 12.38, Antya 16.72
  ihara—of this.    Madhya 8.271, Madhya 13.122, Antya 16.96
  ihara—of it    Adi 4.231, Madhya 23.121
  ihara—of these    Antya 15.27, Antya 15.54
  ihara—its    Antya 16.145
  ihara—of this (Srimad-Bhagavatam)    Adi 2.59
  ihara—of them    Adi 12.67
  ihara—of such offenders    Adi 17.266
  ihara—their    Madhya 6.107
  ihara—of Vasudeva Datta    Madhya 15.96
  ihara—of this spontaneous love of Godhead    Madhya 22.156-157
  ihara—of these things    Antya 6.26
  ihara—of Raghunatha dasa    Antya 6.134
  ihara—of this one    Antya 6.203
  ihara—of this instruction    Antya 6.238
  ihara—of this woman    Antya 14.29
  ihara—of these talks    Antya 19.107
  karana ihara—the reason for this    Madhya 14.122, Antya 3.261
  ihara sravane—by hearing this chapter    Madhya 24.353
  ihara sravane—in hearing such poetic expressions    Antya 1.182
  ihara gune—by his transcendental qualities    Antya 1.197
  ihara ka katha—what to speak of these.    Madhya 14.86
  ihara karana—the reason for this.    Antya 20.95
  ihara likhane—in the writing of Srila Rupa Gosvami.    Antya 1.204
  ihara nimantrane—by his invitation.    Antya 10.150
  ihara prasade—by the grace of this transcendental hearing    Madhya 25.269
  ihara prasade—by hearing these teachings of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 25.270
  ihara prasade—by her favor    Antya 14.30
  ihara paya—at her feet    Antya 14.30
  ihara sthane—from him    Antya 2.93
  ihara vistara—elaborately.    Madhya 25.263
  ihara age—beyond this point    Madhya 8.97

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