Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: indra

  indra—the King of heaven    SB 2.5.30, SB 8.7.12, Antya 5.138
  indra—King Indra    SB 6.12.23, Antya 7.128
  indra—the king of the heavenly planet    SB 1.10.3
  indra—of Indra, the lord of heaven    SB 3.21.51
  indra—Lord Indra    SB 4.7.22
  indra—by the King of heaven    SB 4.19.35
  indra—O Indra    SB 6.18.63
  indra—the kings    SB 7.4.5-7
  indra—King Indra of the heavenly planet    Madhya 23.116
  indra—Lord Indra, the King of heaven    Antya 5.136
  indra—Indra    Antya 7.124
  indra-ari—the enemies of Lord Indra    Adi 2.67, Madhya 9.143, Madhya 20.156, Madhya 25.134
  nara-indra—O King    SB 6.15.28, SB 8.9.16-17, SB 8.21.4
  rāja-indra—O King    SB 4.26.7, SB 4.27.5, SB 8.13.8
  deva-muni-indra-guhyam—difficult to achieve even for great demigods, saintly persons and kings    Madhya 22.42, Madhya 24.219
  indra-ādayaḥ—and the demigods headed by Indra    SB 6.13.2, SB 8.10.53
  paśupa-indra-nandana-juṣaḥ—of the service of the son of Vraja's King, Mahārāja Nanda    Adi 17.281, Madhya 9.150
  rāja-indra—O best of kings    SB 6.15.2, SB 7.14.41
  sura-indra—the King of heaven    SB 1.11.6, SB 8.7.31
  uraga-indra—of serpents    Madhya 8.224, Madhya 9.123
  aga-indra—great mountain    SB 3.13.23
  ahi-indra—the great snake Ananta    SB 3.8.10
  ahi-indra—Anantadeva    SB 3.8.29
  ahi-indra—Śrī Anantadeva    SB 3.8.30
  ahi-indra—of the king of snakes    SB 3.32.4
  asura-indra—of the great asuras    SB 5.24.17
  asura-indra—O King of the demons (Mahārāja Bali)    SB 8.19.10
  bhoja-indra—of the King of the Bhojas    SB 3.2.25
  bhoja-indra—O King of Bhoja    SB 10.4.31
  bhujaga-indra-prayuktayā—engaged by Vāsuki, the King of the serpents.    SB 9.7.2
  brahma-indra-giriśa-ādayaḥ—headed by Lord Brahmā, King Indra and Lord Śiva    SB 7.8.37-39
  brahma-indra-ādyāḥ—headed by Brahmā and Indra    SB 4.7.43
  śrī-gopa-indra—of Nanda Mahārāja    Antya 15.14
  daitya-indra—leaders of the atheists    SB 2.6.43-45
  daitya-indra—O my dear Prahlāda, King of the Daityas    SB 7.10.20
  daitya-indra—of the King of the demons    SB 7.10.47
  daitya-indra—O King of the Daityas    SB 8.19.16
  daitya-indra-anucaraiḥ—by the followers of Hiraṇyakaśipu, the King of the Daityas    SB 7.2.16
  daitya-indra-tapasā—by the severe austerity performed by the King of the Daityas, Hiraṇyakaśipu    SB 7.3.6
  dik-ibha-indra-paṭṭam—as the ornamental cloth covering the elephant that conquers the directions    SB 9.11.21
  gopa-indra-nandana—the son of the King of the cowherd men    Madhya 2.55
  ibha-indra—the king of elephants    SB 4.8.79
  ibha-indra—of the elephant    SB 8.2.29
  indra bale—Indra says    Antya 5.139
  indra-ari—the enemies of Indra    SB 1.3.28
  indra-ari—the demons    Adi 5.79
  indra-bhavane—in the court of King Indra    SB 9.14.15-16
  indra-śatro—O enemy of Indra    SB 6.9.11
  indra-śatro—O enemy of King Indra    SB 7.5.28
  indra-śatruḥ—Vṛtrāsura, the enemy of Indra    SB 6.11.2-3
  indra-śatruḥ—Vṛtrāsura    SB 6.11.10
  indra-dattāyām—offered by Lord Indra    SB 5.4.8
  indra-dhanu—like a rainbow    Madhya 21.109
  indra-dhanu—the bow of Indra (a rainbow)    Antya 15.66
  indra-dhanu—the rainbow    Antya 19.39
  indra-dūtyā—the messenger of Indra    SB 5.24.30
  indra-gaṇa—the Indras    Madhya 21.68
  indra-gopam—to the small red insect called indra-gopa    Madhya 15.170
  indra-haṇam—who can kill Indra    SB 6.18.37
  indra-hā—killer of Indra, or follower of Indra    SB 6.18.45
  indra-jyeṣṭhaiḥ—persons of whom King Indra is the eldest    SB 8.17.14
  indra-nīla—the gem known as indranīla    Antya 19.41
  indra-nīleṣu—of sapphires    SB 3.23.18
  indra-padam—the post of Indra    SB 8.13.13
  indra-patnyā—by Indra’s wife Śacīdevī.    SB 6.13.16
  indra-pradhānān—headed by King Indra    SB 8.20.25-29
  indra-priyam-karaḥ—to please King Indra.    SB 6.6.33-36
  indra-purīm—to the capital of King Indra    SB 8.15.10-11
  indra-sainikān—the soldiers of King Indra.    SB 6.10.27
  indra-sama—like the heavenly King, Indra    Antya 6.39
  indra-senaḥ—Indrasena    SB 5.20.3-4
  indra-senaḥ—Bali Mahārāja, who had obtained the soldiers of King Indra and who was situated in the post of Indra.    SB 8.20.23
  indra-senaḥ—Bali Mahārāja, who now possessed all the military force of Indra    SB 8.22.13
  indra-senā-agram—the front of Indra’s army    SB 6.10.19-22
  indra-spṛk—Indraspṛk    SB 5.4.10
  indra-sukha—the material happiness of the King of heaven, Indra    Antya 6.134
  indra-sāvarṇi—of Indra-sāvarṇi    SB 8.13.33
  indra-sāvarṇiḥ—Indra-sāvarṇi    SB 8.13.33
  indra-sāvarṇye—in the Indra-sāvarṇya-manvantara    Madhya 20.328
  indra-upasaṁsṛṣṭaiḥ—created by the King of heaven, Indra    SB 4.19.36
  indra-upendra-ādibhiḥ—with Indra, Upendra and the others    SB 4.2.18
  indra-vat—like King Indra.    SB 4.16.8
  indra-vāhaḥ—Indravāha (“he whose carrier is Indra”)    SB 9.6.12
  indra-vāyu-ādīn—all the demigods, headed by Lord Indra and Vāyu    SB 8.5.19-20
  indra-yoṣitām—of all the ladies protected by Indra.    SB 8.15.23
  indra-ādayaḥ—demigods headed by the heavenly king, Indra    SB 2.1.29
  indra-ādīnām—headed by Indra    SB 5.20.30
  indra-ādiṣu—even among the demigods like the King of heaven    SB 5.24.18
  kapi-indra—of powerful monkeys    SB 9.10.16
  kaurava-indra—the king of the Kurus    SB 1.10.20
  kaurava-indra—the chief amongst the Kuru kings    SB 1.17.43-44
  khaga-indra—Garuḍa, the King of the birds    SB 1.18.16
  kosala-indra-anumoditaḥ—approved by the King of Kosala, Lord Rāmacandra    SB 9.10.29
  kula-acala-indra—of the king of the mountains (Meru)    SB 3.23.39
  mahā-indra—the King of heaven    SB 2.7.25
  mahā-indra—King Indra    SB 8.5.17-18
  mahā-indra-bhavane—in the house of Indradeva    SB 1.15.12
  mahā-indra-mokṣam—the liberation of the King of heaven    SB 6.13.22-23
  manuṣya-indra—O ruler of men    SB 4.29.76-77
  manuṣya-indra—O Your Majesty, best of human beings    SB 9.18.43
  mṛga-indra—lion    SB 1.16.11
  mṛga-indra-līlām—pastimes as a lion and human being combined    SB 7.10.47
  mānava-indra—O chief of human beings    SB 4.20.16
  nara-indra—O best of kings    SB 4.22.37
  nṛ-mṛga-indra-rūpam—the form of both a man and the king of the beasts, the lion.    SB 7.8.18
  nṛpa-indra—O Emperor    SB 1.15.20
  nṛpa-indra—O King    SB 2.1.33
  nṛpa-indra—O King Parīkṣit    SB 6.11.13
  patra-ratha-indra—of Garuḍa (king of birds)    SB 3.21.34
  plavaga-indra-sainyaiḥ—with the help of the soldiers of the monkeys    SB 9.10.12
  rāja-indra—O King Yudhiṣṭhira    SB 7.5.56-57
  rāja-indra—O Mahārāja Parīkṣit    SB 9.17.1-3
  uraga-indra—on Śeṣa    SB 4.7.42
  vraja-indra—of the King of Vraja, Nanda Mahārāja    Madhya 18.62
  vraja-indra-nandana—Kṛṣṇa, the son of the King of Vraja    Adi 1.79-80
  vānara-indra—of the great chiefs of the monkeys    SB 9.10.17

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