Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ninda

  nindā—blasphemy    Adi 9.53, Adi 17.261, Madhya 2.66, Madhya 2.71, Madhya 15.261, Madhya 23.111-112, Antya 5.147, Antya 8.47, Antya 8.50
  nindā—defamation    Bg 12.18-19, Madhya 6.115
  nindā—blaspheming    Madhya 6.264-265, Antya 1.150
  nindā—criticizing    Madhya 22.119, Antya 8.79
  nindā—in defamation    Bg 14.22-25
  nindā—accusation    Adi 17.258
  nindā—sometimes blaspheming    Madhya 6.112
  nindā—offense    Antya 7.128
  nindā kare—blasphemes    Adi 17.264, Antya 3.147
  nindā kare—criticizes    Antya 8.17, Antya 8.27
  anya-nindā-ādi—of blasphemy of others, etc    NoI 5
  bhakta-nindā—blaspheming the devotees    Antya 3.213
  ei nindā—this criticism    Antya 8.45
  gopīnāthera nindā—the chastisement of Gopīnātha Paṭṭanāyaka    Antya 9.149
  kabhu nindā—sometimes blasphemy    Madhya 14.148
  karma-nindā—condemnation of fruitive activities    Madhya 9.263
  nindā śuni—hearing the criticism    Madhya 15.251
  nindā śuni—by hearing the criticism (of Lord Caitanya by the Māyāvādī sannyāsīs)    Madhya 25.12
  nindā kari—criticizing    Antya 9.25
  nindā karite lāgila—began to criticize.    Antya 8.14
  nindā karāite—just to cause blasphemy    Madhya 15.256
  nindā nahe—not blasphemy    Madhya 15.257
  nindā-aparādha—offenses and blasphemy    Madhya 25.75
  prabhura nindā—criticism of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Madhya 25.7
  tāṅra nindā—blasphemy of Him    Madhya 3.181
  vaiṣṇava-nindā-ādi-varjana—completely avoiding blaspheming a Vaiṣṇava.    Madhya 24.338
  viṣṇu-nindā—defaming or blaspheming Lord Viṣṇu    Adi 7.115
  viṣṇu-vaiṣṇava-nindā—blaspheming of Lord Viṣṇu and His devotee    Madhya 22.120
  ātma-nindā—self-indictment    Madhya 6.201
  ātma-nindā kaila—made self-reproach    Madhya 15.259

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