Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: murti

  murti—form    Adi 7.148, Adi 13.104, Adi 17.106, Adi 17.286, Adi 17.290, Madhya 8.274, Madhya 20.334
  murti—forms    Madhya 20.191, Madhya 20.194, Madhya 20.217, Madhya 20.223
  murti—the form    Adi 4.222, Adi 17.287, Madhya 6.174
  murti—Deity    Madhya 5.93, Madhya 9.64
  murti—representation    SB 1.5.38
  murti—in the form    Madhya 5.94
  murti—the Deity    Madhya 9.17
  akrura-murti dhari—taking the form of Akrura    Antya 19.49
  ananta murti—unlimited forms    Adi 6.9
  aniruddhera murti—expansions of Aniruddha    Madhya 20.197
  bahu murti hana—becoming many forms.    Madhya 20.284
  bahu-murti—many forms    Madhya 13.64
  bahu-murti—having many forms    Madhya 20.173
  bahu-murti hana—taking multifarious forms.    Adi 5.94
  bahu-vidha murti—many forms    Madhya 20.168
  bhava-murti—the form of the emotions    Adi 4.106
  catur-bhuja-murti—four-handed form    Madhya 9.149
  catur-bhuja-murti—four-armed form    Madhya 10.33
  cit-ananda-murti—spiritual blissful form    Madhya 9.191
  sri-murti—Deity    Adi 10.90
  sri-murti—the Deity    Madhya 24.343
  sri-murti-laksana—characteristics of the Deity    Madhya 24.335
  sri-murti-nikate—by the side of the Deity    Adi 5.168
  dasa-murti hana—expanding into ten forms    Madhya 14.251
  deva-murti—deities    Madhya 18.59
  divya-murti—brilliant forms    Adi 13.83
  dvi-murti ha-iya—taking two forms    Adi 6.14-15
  isvara-murti—original form as the Lord    Madhya 1.101
  isvara-murti—form of the Lord    Madhya 20.263
  ei cabbisa murti—all of these twenty-four forms    Madhya 20.207
  eka murti—one form    Madhya 13.64
  eka-murti—one form.    Madhya 5.135
  gopa-murti—the cowherd boy.    Madhya 20.166
  krsna-murti dekhi—seeing the Deity of Lord Krsna    Madhya 9.249
  krsna-murti-darasana—visiting the Deity in the temple.    Madhya 24.335
  murti hana—taking His transcendental form    Adi 14.9
  murti haya—there are deities    Madhya 18.59
  murti-bheda—different forms    Adi 5.124
  murti-bheda—difference of form    Madhya 20.172
  murti-dhara—Krsna, the personified reservoir of all pleasure    Madhya 8.143
  murti-dharah—personified    SB 1.19.23
  murti-madbhih—assuming some form    SB 10.13.51
  murti-madbhih—possessing form    SB 10.13.53
  murti-matyah—accepting forms    SB 8.8.10
  murti-matya—having accepted such a body    Adi 16.3
  murti-man—embodied    Madhya 8.144
  nava-murti—nine forms    Madhya 20.241
  nrsimha-murti—Deity of Lord Nrsimha    Antya 16.50
  pradyumnera murti—expansions of the form of Pradyumna    Madhya 20.197
  prati-murti—counterform    Adi 5.73
  sankarsanera murti—the expansions of Sankarsana    Madhya 20.196
  sei murti—exactly that same form    Madhya 14.235
  tata murti—so many forms    Madhya 21.71
  tina murti—the three deities    Madhya 18.61
  vilasa-murti—form for enjoyment    Madhya 9.142
  vilasa-murti—pastime forms    Madhya 20.203
  visnu-murti—the Deity of Lord Visnu    Madhya 9.221
  visnu-murti—Lord Visnu    Madhya 20.229
  vasudevera murti—the expansions of Vasudeva    Madhya 20.195
  yei murti—which form of the Lord    Madhya 20.263

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