Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: moksa

  mokṣa—liberation    Bg 5.27-28, Adi 1.90
  mokṣa—for salvation    SB 3.28.3
  mokṣa—and of liberation    SB 6.5.18
  mokṣa—liberation from material bondage    Madhya 19.215
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—desiring liberation    Madhya 24.90, Madhya 24.197
  apāṅga-mokṣa—glance of grace    SB 1.16.32-33
  dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa—the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation    SB 4.8.41
  mokṣa haya—there is liberation.    Antya 3.177
  mokṣa-abhisandhiḥ—the intention of liberation    Adi 1.93
  mokṣa-dharma-vit—the knower of the path of liberation.    SB 4.19.32
  mokṣa-dharmāṇaḥ—pledged to the principles of liberation    SB 3.12.5
  mokṣa-dharmān—the acts for salvation    SB 1.9.27
  mokṣa-dvāram—the door of liberation    SB 3.25.20
  mokṣa-kāṅkṣibhiḥ—those who actually desire liberation.    Bg 17.25
  mokṣa-kāma—desiring to become liberated    Madhya 24.89
  mokṣa-kāma—transcendentalists pursuing spiritual knowledge for liberation    Madhya 24.95
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—one who desires liberation    SB 2.3.10
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—one who desires to merge into the existence of Brahman    Madhya 22.36
  mokṣa-vāñchā—the desire to merge into the Supreme    Adi 1.92
  mokṣa-vāñchā—the desire for being liberated    Madhya 24.101
  mokṣa-ādi—liberation and other principles of religiosity    Adi 7.85
  mokṣa-ādi—liberation and so on    Madhya 18.195
  mokṣa-ākāṅkṣī—desiring liberation    Madhya 24.107
  mokṣa-ākāṅkṣī—those who desire to merge into the impersonal Brahman    Madhya 24.121

a   b   c   d   e   f   g   h   i   j   k   l   m   n   o   p   q   r   s   t   u   v   w   x   y   z