Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: madhya

  madhya—without middle    Bg 11.19
  madhya—without an intermediate stage    SB 2.10.34
  madhya—in the midst of    SB 4.30.7
  madhya—middle    Adi 13.14
  madhya—the middle    Madhya 1.18
  madhya—in the middle    Madhya 8.194
  madhya—intermediate    Madhya 14.149
  madhya—the intermediate    Madhya 14.151
  anda-madhya-gatah—situated in the center of the universe    SB 5.20.43
  grha-madhya—within the home    Madhya 12.97
  grha-madhya—within the room    Madhya 12.100
  madhya-ahna—midday duties    Madhya 6.39
  madhya-ahna—at noon    Antya 4.117
  madhya-ahna haila—it is already noon    Madhya 9.181
  madhya-ahna karite—to execute daily noontime duties    Antya 1.60
  madhya-ahna karite—to perform His noontime duties    Antya 1.102
  madhya-ahna karite—to perform His noon duties    Antya 4.92
  madhya-ahne—at noon    Antya 4.118
  madhya-ahne calila—left to execute noon duties    Antya 1.68
  madhya-gatah—being situated in the middle    SB 5.21.3
  madhya-gena—going between the two trees    SB 10.11.4
  madhya-lila—the middle pastimes    Madhya 1.20
  madhya-lila—pastimes known as madhya-lila    Antya 1.9
  madhya-lila nama—named the middle pastimes    Adi 13.37
  madhya-lila-madhye—within the madhya-lila chapters    Antya 1.10
  madhya-lilara—of the madhya-lila    Madhya 1.21
  madhya-lilara—of the madhya-lila, the middle portion of His pastimes    Madhya 1.248
  madhya-lilara—of the middle pastimes    Madhya 1.286
  madhya-lilara—of this division, known as Madhya-lila    Madhya 25.240
  madhya-lilara krama—a chronological list of the pastimes described in the Madhya-lila of Caitanya-caritamrta    Madhya 25.242
  madhya-lilara sara—essence of Madhya-lila    Madhya 25.263
  madhya-mula—the middle root    Adi 9.16
  madhya-stha—as mediator    Madhya 5.82
  madhya-stha hana—becoming a mediator    Madhya 10.167
  madhya-sthane—sitting in the middle    Madhya 11.233
  madhya-vayasa—adolescence    Madhya 8.177
  madhya-yamunate—in the River Yamuna    Madhya 19.111
  madhya-adibhih—middle, etc.    Madhya 20.399
  adi-lila madhya-lila antya-lila ara—therefore there are three periods, namely the adi-lila, madhya-lila and antya-lila    Madhya 1.21

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