Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: nitya

  nitya—daily    Adi 10.67, Adi 10.68, Adi 10.99, Madhya 4.159, Madhya 4.163, Madhya 12.65, Madhya 15.46, Madhya 15.128-129, Madhya 15.184-185, Madhya 16.59 (and more...)
  nitya—eternal    SB 3.33.27, Adi 3.5, Adi 7.18-19, Madhya 1.206, Madhya 8.73, Madhya 17.133, Madhya 18.191, Madhya 20.190, Madhya 20.215, Madhya 20.257 (and more...)
  nitya—always    Bg 4.20, Bg 5.3, Bg 12.2, SB 8.2.9-13, SB 10.12.39, Adi 4.30, Adi 4.139, Adi 4.143, Adi 17.335-336, Madhya 22.11
  nitya—eternally    SB 4.9.15, SB 4.22.38, SB 5.4.14, SB 5.9.9-10, SB 7.9.22, Madhya 11.135-136, Madhya 20.381, Madhya 21.96, Madhya 21.97, Madhya 22.12
  nitya—regularly    Bg 8.14, Antya 5.132
  nitya—always abhiyuktānām    Bg 9.22
  nitya—regular    SB-4.21.40
  nitya—who are always    SB 5.24.8
  nitya—daiiy    Madhya 4.100
  nitya—regularly, without fail    Madhya 19.155
  nitya-sthiti—eternal residence    Madhya 20.213, Madhya 21.43, Madhya 21.91
  nitya āsi—coming daily    Antya 9.82, Antya 19.7
  nitya-dāsa—eternal servant    Madhya 20.108-109, Antya 20.33
  nitya-līlā—of eternal pastimes    Madhya 1.44, Madhya 20.380
  nitya-līlā haite—from the eternal pastimes of the Lord    Madhya 21.103, Madhya 21.103
  nitya-mukta—eternally liberated    Madhya 22.10, Madhya 22.11
  kṛṣṇa-nitya-dāsa—eternal servant of Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 22.24
  nitya haya—are eternal.    Madhya 20.385
  nitya rātre—every night    Adi 17.42
  nitya vihāra—eternal pastimes    Madhya 20.397
  nitya yāi—going daily    Madhya 15.53
  nitya āise—he comes daily    Antya 3.7
  nitya-abhiniviṣṭa-cetāḥ—whose mind is always absorbed    SB 7.6.15
  nitya-anubhavāya—to him whose eternal self-realization    SB 5.12.1
  nitya-anubhūta—due to being always conscious of His real identity    SB 5.6.19
  nitya-bandha—perpetually conditioned    Madhya 22.12
  nitya-buddhayaḥ—thinking to be permanent.    SB 9.18.41
  nitya-dhāma—eternal abode.    Madhya 20.155
  nitya-dhāma—the eternal abode    Madhya 20.212
  nitya-dā—one who supplies incessantly    SB 1.11.4-5
  nitya-jātam—always born    Bg 2.26
  nitya-kṛtya—the daily duties    Antya 14.22
  nitya-kṛtya kari—after finishing his routine duties    Antya 13.49
  nitya-līlā—eternal pastimes    Madhya 20.385
  nitya-maṅgalaḥ—his daily spiritual duties    SB 4.12.28
  nitya-naimittikīḥ—regular and occasional    SB 7.15.11
  nitya-nūtana—always fresh    Antya 19.111
  nitya-nūtanaḥ—ever-fresh    Madhya 23.79-81
  nitya-saṁsāra—perpetually conditioned.    Madhya 22.10
  nitya-saṁsāra—perpetually conditioned in the material world    Madhya 22.12
  nitya-sattva-sthaḥ—ever remaining in sattva (goodness)    Bg 2.45
  nitya-siddha—eternally perfected    Madhya 6.12
  nitya-siddha—eternally proved    Madhya 22.107
  nitya-siddha—eternally liberated    Antya 5.49-50
  nitya-siddha pāriṣada—eternally perfect associate    Madhya 24.289
  nitya-siddhasya—which is eternally present    Madhya 22.105
  nitya-sthiti—permanently living.    Madhya 1.254
  nitya-sthiti—eternally existing.    Madhya 20.384
  nitya-sthiti—the eternal situation    Madhya 23.116
  nitya-utsavam—whenever one sees Him, one feels festive    SB 9.24.65
  nitya-utsavam—in which there are eternal festivities of joy    Madhya 21.123
  nitya-vairiṇā—eternal enemy    Bg 3.39
  nitya-vayaḥ-rūpāḥ—who were ever beautiful and young    SB 8.15.17
  nitya-yujām—by perfected yogīs    Adi 4.153
  nitya-yuktaḥ—always engaged    Bg 7.17
  nitya-yuktāḥ—perpetually engaged    Bg 9.14
  nitya-yācñā—begging grains every day from the farmers    SB 7.11.18-20
  nitya-ṛtubhiḥ—in all seasons    SB 8.2.14-19
  nitya-ānanda—of eternal happiness    SB 7.7.45

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