Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kunkuma

  kuṅkuma—with kuṅkuma powder    SB 4.6.26
  kuṅkuma—of saffron    SB 5.25.5
  kuṅkuma—with kuṅkuma powder (which is generally sprayed on the breasts of women)    SB 6.14.53
  kuṅkuma—a kind of scent produced in Kashmir    Adi 13.114
  kuṅkuma—a red powder known as kuṅkuma    Madhya 8.170
  kuṅkuma—kuṅkuma    Antya 19.95
  candana-kuṅkuma—with sandalwood pulp and kuṅkuma, a reddish powder    SB 8.8.18
  kuca-kuṅkuma—with kuṅkuma powder from the breasts    Antya 15.44
  kuca-kuṅkuma—with the kuṅkuma from the breasts    Antya 15.47
  kuca-kuṅkuma—by kuṅkuma on the breasts    Antya 18.25
  kuca-kuṅkuma-aruṇaiḥ—which were red from the kuṅkuma covering their breasts    SB 7.2.32
  kuṅkuma-paṅka—saffron    SB 4.26.25
  nava-kuṅkuma-kiñjalka—with saffron and newly grown kuṅkuma flower    SB 10.5.10
  nūtna-kuca-kuṅkuma-kāntayaḥ—their bodies, especially their breasts, were decorated with fresh kuṅkuma    SB 10.11.33

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