Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jnana

  jnana—knowledge    Bg 3.41, Bg 4.10, Bg 4.41, Bg 4.42, Bg 5.17, Bg 13.8-12, Bg 14.6, Bg 16.1-3, Bg 18.70, SB 1.2.12 (and more...)
  jnana—knowledge.    Adi 7.168, Adi 16.65, Madhya 20.5, Madhya 20.123, Madhya 20.177, Madhya 20.353, Madhya 20.405, Madhya 24.282, Antya 7.38
  jnana—speculative knowledge    Madhya 18.196, Madhya 20.136, Madhya 22.21, Madhya 22.59, Madhya 23.105
  jnana—of knowledge    Bg 10.11, SB 5.3.11, SB 7.3.28, Madhya 8.258
  jnana—by knowledge    SB 4.30.41, SB 5.6.1, SB 7.15.40, Antya 6.314
  jnana—material knowledge    SB 2.5.23, SB 3.10.15, Madhya 19.168
  jnana—with knowledge    SB 3.25.43, SB 5.19.25
  jnana—the knowledge    Madhya 6.128, Antya 1.87
  jnana—of perfect knowledge    Bg 4.19
  jnana—knowledge, philosophical speculations    SB 3.5.31
  jnana—knowledge-acquiring    SB 3.10.16
  jnana—of scriptural knowledge    SB 3.24.17
  jnana—knowledge-acquiring senses    SB 4.20.11
  jnana—perfect knowledge    SB 5.5.28
  jnana—of knowledge through Vedic scriptures    SB 6.16.58
  jnana—and knowledge    SB 8.1.5
  jnana—having full knowledge    SB 10.13.54
  jnana—of philosophical speculation    Adi 2.26
  jnana—such a consideration.    Adi 5.225
  jnana—the path of philosophical speculation    Adi 13.64
  jnana—philosophical speculation    Adi 13.65
  jnana—cultivation of knowledge    Adi 17.24
  jnana—the path of speculative knowledge    Adi 17.75
  jnana—as knowledge    Madhya 6.159
  jnana—empiric knowledge    Madhya 8.259
  jnana—by the knowledge of the philosophy of the monist Mayavadis    Madhya 19.167
  jnana—notion    Madhya 19.228
  jnana—speculative cultivation of knowledge    Madhya 21.119
  jnana—such knowledge    Madhya 21.143
  jnana—the path of knowledge    Madhya 22.145
  jnana—knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 24.181
  jnana—of real spiritual knowledge    Madhya 25.116
  jnana—by acquired knowledge    Antya 4.178
  bahya-jnana—external consciousness    Madhya 13.181, Antya 16.78, Antya 18.78
  jnana-sakti—the power of knowledge    Madhya 20.252, Madhya 20.371
  jnana-marge—by the path of philosophical speculation    Adi 2.13, Madhya 24.107
  advaya-jnana—knowledge without duality    Adi 2.65
  advaya-jnana—of nondual knowledge    Madhya 22.7
  advaya-jnana-tattva—the Absolute Truth without duality    Madhya 20.152
  advitiya-jnana—the supreme one, without duality    Madhya 24.73
  aisvarya-jnana—knowledge of opulence    Antya 7.35
  aisvarya-jnana haite—than transcendental love in opulence    Antya 7.45
  aisvarya-jnana-hina—without reverential considerations    Madhya 19.193
  aisvarya-jnana-hina—devoid of knowledge of opulences    Antya 7.41
  aisvarya-jnana-misra—knowledge of Krsna mixed with a reverential attitude    Madhya 19.192
  aisvarya-jnana-pradhanye—in the predominance of awe and veneration    Madhya 19.194
  aisvarya-jnana-yukta—with understanding of the opulences    Antya 7.26
  ati tuccha-jnana—My knowledge is very meager    Madhya 25.91
  bhadra-abhadra-jnana—understanding of good and bad    Antya 4.176
  bhakti-rasa-jnana—transcendental knowledge of the mellows of devotional service.    Madhya 23.3
  bhakti-tattva-jnana—transcendental knowledge in devotional service.    Antya 5.89
  bhrtya-jnana—thinks of me as his servant    Madhya 8.32
  brahma-jnana—knowledge of Brahman    Adi 4.67
  brahma-jnana—absolute knowledge    Adi 14.75
  bahya jnana—external consciousness.    Antya 14.56
  bahya-jnana nahi—without external consciousness    Madhya 11.57
  sastra-jnana—the verdict of the scriptures.    Madhya 6.95
  sastra-jnana—knowledge of revealed scripture    Madhya 18.197
  dharma-jnana-vairagya—of religion, pure knowledge and renunciation    SB 5.20.40
  dharma-jnana-adibhih saha—along with religious principles, transcendental knowledge, and so on    Madhya 24.321
  dik-vidik-jnana—knowledge of the right direction or wrong direction    Madhya 3.10
  dravya-jnana-kriya-atmakah—consisting of the material elements, the senses for acquiring knowledge, and the acting senses    SB 6.15.25
  isvara-jnana—conception of the Supreme Lord    Adi 6.55-56
  isvara-jnana—knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 6.91
  isvara-jnana—knowledge of the supreme controller    Madhya 19.220
  isvara-tattva-jnana—knowledge of the principles of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 6.87
  ei prabhura jnana—this is consciousness of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 14.73
  haila jnana—there was this knowledge.    Madhya 21.78
  haila jnana—I can understand    Antya 4.162
  haya jnana—comes within knowledge.    Madhya 25.93
  haya jnana—he can understand.    Antya 17.66
  hena jnana—such knowledge    Madhya 14.20
  hena jnana chila—I thought that    Antya 3.125
  iccha-jnana-kriya—thinking, feeling, willing, knowledge and activity    Madhya 20.254
  jnana haila—you thought.    Antya 3.36
  jnana haya—one comes to the conclusion    Madhya 17.109
  jnana haya—I think    Antya 12.94
  jnana kaila—they thought.    Antya 6.90
  jnana kaila—He thought.    Antya 14.20
  jnana kari—as knowledge    Adi 4.62
  jnana acchanna—covering of My knowledge    Adi 7.79
  jnana-adhikari—who are advanced in spiritual knowledge    Madhya 20.335
  jnana-agnina—by the fire of knowledge    SB 8.21.2-3
  jnana-agnih—the fire of knowledge    Bg 4.37
  jnana-andha—blind to all knowledge.    Antya 9.68
  jnana-asim—the sword of knowledge    SB 5.13.20
  jnana-asim—the sword or weapon of knowledge    SB 7.15.45
  jnana-asina—by the sword of knowledge    SB 5.12.16
  jnana-avasthita—situated in transcendence    Bg 4.23
  jnana-bhramsah—bereft of real knowledge    SB 4.22.31
  jnana-caksusah—one who has the eyes of knowledge.    Bg 15.10
  jnana-caksusa—by vision of knowledge    Bg 13.35
  jnana-sakti-pradhana—the predominator of the power of knowledge    Madhya 20.253
  jnana-sakti-adi-kalaya—by portions of the potencies of knowledge, devotional service, creation, personal service, ruling over the material world, carrying the different planets, and killing the rogues and miscreants    Madhya 20.373
  jnana-saktih—intelligence that guides    SB 2.5.24
  jnana-saktih—the five senses for acquiring knowledge    SB 2.5.31
  jnana-sunya bhakti—devotional service independent of logic and empiric philosophy    Madhya 8.66
  jnana-dipa-prade—who enlightens with the torch of knowledge    SB 7.15.26
  jnana-dipah—the torchlight of knowledge    SB 6.15.16
  jnana-dipesu—by enlightenment in real knowledge    SB 7.15.52
  jnana-dipite—because of the urge for self-realization.    Bg 4.27
  jnana-dipite—enlightened in perfect knowledge.    SB 7.15.9
  jnana-durbalah—those with a poor fund of knowledge.    SB 4.19.22
  jnana-dasa—of the name Jnana dasa    Adi 11.52
  jnana-gamyam—to be approached by knowledge    Bg 13.18
  jnana-ghanam—Your Lordship, who are concentrated knowledge    SB 9.8.23
  jnana-ghanaya—who is knowledge or the impersonal Brahman    SB 8.3.12
  jnana-gocarah—by the range of man's knowledge    Madhya 20.113
  jnana-guhaya—by the knowledge-covering feature.    SB 3.26.5
  jnana-hetavah—very learned persons who preach all over the world.    SB 6.15.12-15
  jnana-kala-avatirnam—who has descended as the incarnation of complete knowledge in His plenary portion known as Kapiladeva.    SB 5.10.19
  jnana-kalam—spiritual knowledge and its different branches    SB 9.7.25-26
  jnana-karma—of speculation and fruitive activities    Madhya 6.284-285
  jnana-khale—in a person known as jnana-khala, one who possesses knowledge but cannot distribute it    SB 10.2.19
  jnana-misra bhakti—devotional service mixed with empiric knowledge    Madhya 8.64
  jnana-marga—the path of philosophical speculation    Adi 17.67
  jnana-marge—the process of philosophical speculation    Madhya 24.83
  jnana-nisthaya—to the impersonalist or the transcendentalist desiring to merge into the Supreme    SB 7.15.2
  jnana-pathaih—by the paths of worship    SB 6.4.34
  jnana-plavena—by the boat of transcendental knowledge    Bg 4.36
  jnana-sampannam—very advanced in spiritual knowledge    SB 8.16.53
  jnana-sampannau—fully developed in knowledge    SB 6.15.10
  jnana-trptah—fully satisfied in transcendental knowledge    SB 9.2.11-13
  jnana-udaye—upon the arising of knowledge    SB 4.11.2
  jnana-upadesaya—for distributing transcendental knowledge (as in Bhagavad-gita)    SB 9.8.24
  jnana-vairagya—of real knowledge and detachment    SB 6.17.31
  jnana-vayah-adhikah—who by knowledge and by age was the eldest of all    SB 10.11.22
  jnana-vijnana—with knowledge and practical application of the knowledge    SB 6.16.61-62
  jnana-vijnana-para-ge—expert in both transcendental and Vedic knowledge.    SB 4.1.64
  jnana-vijnana-samyutah—fully equipped with transcendental knowledge and practical application of that knowledge in life.    SB 6.17.38
  jnana-vijnana-samyutah—enlightened in full knowledge and its practical use    SB 8.24.58
  jnana-vijnana-sampannah—being fully aware of knowledge and its practical application in life    SB 6.16.64
  jnana-vimukta—liberated by knowledge    NoI 10
  jnana-yajnah—sacrifice in knowledge    Bg 4.33
  jnana-yajnena—by cultivation of knowledge    Bg 9.15
  jnana-yajnah—sacrifice in advancement of transcendental knowledge    Bg 4.28
  jnana-yoga—philosophical speculation    Adi 14.30
  jnana-yoga—spiritual advancement in knowledge.    Antya 8.66
  jnana-yogah—philosophical research    SB 3.32.32
  jnana-yogayoh—in culturing knowledge and practicing bhakti-yoga.    SB 7.15.1
  jnana-yogena—by the linking process of knowledge    Bg 3.3
  jnana-adi—knowledge, and so on    Madhya 24.16
  jnana-atmane—the reservoir of all enlightenment    SB 8.3.18
  jnana-atmani—in You, whose existence is in full knowledge    SB 6.16.39
  kara bibhatsa-jnana—consider horrible    Antya 4.172
  kara bhuta-jnana—consider a ghost    Antya 18.64
  karma-yoga-jnana—fruitive activities, mystic yoga and speculative knowledge.    Madhya 22.17
  krsna-guna-jnana—knowledge of Krsna's transcendental qualities    Madhya 22.97
  krsna-jnana—accepting as Lord Krsna    Madhya 18.111
  krsna-jnana—knowledge of Krsna    Madhya 20.122
  krsna-jnana—thinking as Krsna.    Madhya 23.61
  kaliya-jnana—knowledge as the Kaliya snake    Madhya 18.106
  kama-jnana—understanding as Cupid    Antya 17.57
  karo nahi jnana—no one has this knowledge.    Madhya 18.200
  mahima-jnana—knowledge of the greatness    Adi 2.118
  prabhu-jnana—considering His master    Adi 6.42
  prabhu-jnana—knowledge as master    Adi 6.99
  purna-aisvarya-prabhu-jnana—knowledge of the full opulences of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 19.219
  purna-jnana—full knowledge    Adi 2.8
  palaka jnana—the notion of a caretaker    Madhya 19.228
  rasa-tattva-jnana—transcendental knowledge of the humors of conjugal love between Radha and Krsna    Madhya 8.307
  radha-jnana—consideration as Srimati Radharani.    Antya 14.14
  rajara jnana—the King thought    Madhya 15.124
  ratri-dina-jnana—knowledge of day and night    Madhya 4.22
  sarva-jnana—all sorts of knowledge    Bg 3.32
  sei jnana—that original consciousness.    Madhya 24.201
  svapna-jnana haila—could understand that it was a dream    Antya 14.21
  svarupa-jnana—knowledge of the constitutional position of one's self    Madhya 19.219
  svarupa-jnana—self-realization    Madhya 25.52
  svatah-siddha-jnana—self-illuminated perfect knowledge    Adi 14.88
  tattva-jnana—knowledge of the truth    Bg 13.8-12
  vastu-jnana—knowledge of the Supreme    Madhya 6.89
  vastu-jnana—appreciation of things    Antya 4.174
  visesa-jnana—specific knowledge    Adi 2.81
  vismaya jnana—astonishment.    Madhya 17.83
  vrndavana-jnana—took them to be the forests of Vrndavana    Madhya 2.10
  atma-jnana-ananda—satisfied in self-realization    SB 5.9.1-2
  atma-sama jnana—the notion of equality    Madhya 19.225
  atmiyata-jnana—feeling as one of Your relations    Antya 4.164

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