Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mayi

  mayi—unto Me    Bg 3.30, Bg 6.31, Bg 7.1, Bg 8.7, Bg 9.29, Bg 12.2, Bg 12.6-7, Bg 12.8, Bg 13.8-12, Bg 18.57 (and more...)
  mayi—in Me    Bg 6.30, Bg 7.7, SB 1.5.27, SB 3.9.31, SB 3.9.35, SB 3.9.43, SB 3.16.11, SB 3.21.31, SB 3.25.44, SB 4.17.35 (and more...)
  mayi—to Me    SB 3.16.8, SB 3.24.38, SB 3.29.8, Adi 4.23, Adi 4.205, Madhya 19.171
  mayi—upon Me    Bg 12.8, Bg 12.9, Bg 12.13-14
  mayi—on me    SB 1.6.28, SB 3.21.24, SB 3.27.26
  mayi—when I    SB 4.28.19, SB 8.16.8
  mayi—unto Me.    Bg 7.12, SB 6.9.47
  mayi—when 1    SB 4.28.21, SB 6.9.48
  mayi—unto Me, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.5.10-13, SB 7.4.27
  mayī—empowered with    Madhya 8.84
  mayi—in Me.    Bg 4.35
  mayi—devoted to Me    SB 1.6.24
  mayi—while I am living    SB 1.17.9
  mayi—on My    SB 3.3.15
  mayi—of Myself    SB 3.4.30
  mayi—as I    SB 3.16.30
  mayi—towards Me    SB 3.29.11-12
  mayi—within me    SB 4.18.8
  mayi—I am    SB 4.25.35
  mayi—at me    SB 6.11.19
  mayi—in me, in my water    SB 9.9.5
  mayi—in my (womb)    SB 10.3.29
  mayi—Me    Adi 4.176
  māyī—connected with māyā.    Adi 2.49
  guṇa-mayī—made of the three modes    Madhya 20.121, Madhya 22.23, Madhya 24.138
  dāru-mayī—made of wood    SB 1.6.7, SB 6.12.10
  kṛṣṇa-mayī—nondifferent from Lord Kṛṣṇa    Adi 4.83, Madhya 23.68
  sarva-lakṣmī-mayī—presiding over all the goddesses of fortune    Adi 4.83, Madhya 23.68
  cintāmaṇi-gaṇa-mayī—made of the transcendental touchstone jewel    Madhya 14.227
  gatavati mayi—when I am gone    SB 4.28.18
  gate mayi—after My departure    SB 10.3.40
  guṇa-mayī—consisting of the three modes of material nature    SB 8.12.40
  guṇa-mayī—consisting of the three modes of nature    SB 9.21.17
  hari-guṇa-mayī—whose subject matter is the attributes of Kṛṣṇa    Antya 1.139
  jāmbūnada-mayī—covered with gold plate    Antya 1.161
  kṛṣṇa-mayī—the word kṛṣṇa-mayī    Adi 4.85
  manaḥ-mayī—thinking of Him even by force    SB 10.12.39
  mayi api—unto me also    SB 3.14.44-45
  rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayī—consisting of three modes of nature (passion, goodness and ignorance)    SB 10.10.30-31
  rāga-mayī—consisting of attachment    Madhya 22.152
  sāṅkhya-mayī—having the form of the philosophy analyzing the material world (Sāṅkhya philosophy)    SB 9.8.13
  tat-mayī—consisting of that transcendental attachment    Madhya 22.150
  ullāsa-mayī—consisting of the increase    Adi 4.45

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