Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mala

  mala—garland    SB 4.24.47-48, Adi 8.75, Adi 8.76, Adi 14.67, Madhya 6.35, Madhya 7.56, Madhya 11.78, Madhya 15.9, Antya 6.306
  mala—garlands    Madhya 6.217, Madhya 8.7, Madhya 11.82, Madhya 16.41, Madhya 16.42, Antya 7.71
  mala—a garland    Adi 4.40, Madhya 11.78
  mala—and garlands    Madhya 6.217, Madhya 6.218
  mala—dirty    SB 4.13.8-9
  mala—dirty things    SB 4.23.8
  mala—sins    SB 4.31.24
  mala—saliva    SB 5.26.23
  mala—flower garlands    Madhya 11.77
  mala—that garland    Antya 13.124
  mala—tulasi garland    Antya 13.134
  gunja-mala—a garland of small conchshells    Antya 6.287, Antya 6.289, Antya 6.290, Antya 13.67, Antya 20.113
  mala-kara—gardener    Adi 9.9, Adi 9.34, Adi 9.37
  puspa-mala—flower garland.    Adi 5.186, Madhya 3.104, Antya 6.96
  mala-kara—the gardener    Adi 9.30, Adi 9.31
  agha-mala—the sinful activities    SB 5.17.1
  sila-gunja-mala—stone and the garland of small conchshells    Antya 6.288
  sila-mala—the stone and the garland of conchshells    Antya 6.293
  sila-mala—the stone and the garland    Antya 6.293
  dui mala—the two garlands    Madhya 16.39
  dui-mala—two garlands    Madhya 16.38
  gunja-mala diya—by offering the garland of small conchshells    Antya 6.307
  jhala-mala—glittering.    Madhya 3.110
  kantha-mala—neck beads    Antya 13.114
  kare jhala-mala—appear dazzling.    Antya 3.230
  ketu-mala—Ketumala    SB 5.2.19
  kunda-mala—of the garland of kunda flowers    Antya 15.47
  krta-mala-snanam—bathed clean    SB 3.23.36-37
  krta-mala—Krtamala    SB 5.19.17-18
  mala-apaham—the agent for sanctification.    SB 1.1.16
  mala-apaham—decreasing the contamination    SB 4.23.35
  mala-mutra-adi—stool, urine, and so on    Antya 8.28
  mala-pankena—with dirt    SB 3.23.25
  mala-vat—like stool    SB 5.14.43
  mala-asayah—whose impure desires    SB 6.5.4-5
  mala-asayah—of all the dirt within the heart    SB 6.5.26
  mantra-mala—Mantramala    SB 5.20.15
  mukta-mala—pearl necklace    Antya 19.39
  mala paraila—offered a garland.    Madhya 17.160
  mala parana—after garlanding    Antya 16.90
  mala-candana—a garland and sandalwood pulp    Antya 6.148
  mala-candana-tambula—the flower garlands, sandalwood pulp and betel    Antya 6.98
  mala-kara—as a gardener    Adi 9.47
  mala-kara—the great gardener.    Adi 9.50
  mala-kara—great gardener    Adi 9.51
  mala-kara-dharma—the business of a gardener    Adi 9.8
  mala-karah—gardener    Adi 9.6
  mala-karera—of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Adi 11.6
  mala-prasada—a garland and remnants of the food of Jagannatha    Madhya 9.347
  mala-prasada—the garland and prasada    Madhya 9.348
  mala-prasada—flower garlands and remnants of Lord Jagannatha's food    Madhya 11.74
  mala-prasada dila—distributed flower garlands and prasada    Madhya 25.233
  phula-mala—the flower garlands    Adi 14.51
  puspa-mala—garlands of flowers    Madhya 4.63
  puspa-mala—as a garland of flowers    Madhya 8.175
  sei mala—that garland    Antya 13.124
  tulasira mala—a garland made of tulasi leaves    Antya 13.123
  vaijayanti-mala—the vaijayanti garland.    Antya 15.66
  vana-mala—garland of forest flowers    SB 5.3.3
  vana-mala—flower garland    SB 5.7.7
  vana-mala—by a garland of forest flowers    SB 6.4.35-39
  vana-mala—forest flower garlands    Antya 14.18
  ajna-mala—the garland of order    Adi 8.77
  ajna-mala—the garland of permission    Madhya 7.57

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