Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: patra

  patra—leaves    SB 5.20.29, SB 6.18.57, Madhya 9.208, Madhya 9.209, Antya 6.226
  patra—paper    Madhya 5.81, Madhya 5.82
  patra—recipient    Adi 7.23, Madhya 1.74
  patra—the plate    Madhya 15.78, Antya 16.12
  patra—note    Adi 12.33
  patra—page    Madhya 1.119
  patra—the palm leaf    Madhya 6.253
  patra—the lotus leaves    Antya 18.91
  patra—a suitable person    SB 7.15.4
  patra—the recipient.    Adi 1.99
  patra—candidate    Adi 9.29
  patra—pot    Adi 17.116
  patra—objects    Madhya 1.201
  patra—the pot    Madhya 4.139
  patra—ministers    Madhya 13.198
  patra—objects.    Madhya 19.123
  patra—most confidential devotees    Antya 2.105
  patra—plate    Antya 4.121
  patra—eligible person.    Antya 5.43
  patra—the dishes    Antya 6.122
  patra—due recipients    Antya 9.40
  jala-patra—waterpot    Madhya 7.36, Madhya 7.37, Madhya 7.40
  jala-patra—the waterpot    Madhya 7.93, Madhya 17.65
  maha-patra—the representative of the Orissan government    Madhya 16.174, Madhya 16.183
  maha-patra—the Orissan representative    Madhya 16.180, Madhya 16.193
  nimba-patra—nimba leaves    Madhya 3.47, Madhya 15.213
  raja-patra—government officers    Madhya 4.151, Madhya 16.261
  avasesa-patra—plate of the remnants of food    Antya 12.53
  avasista patra—a plate of remnants of food    Antya 6.212
  avasista-patra—the plate of remnants    Antya 13.108
  avasista-patra-prasada—remnants of food    Madhya 18.89
  sata-patra—lotus flower    SB 2.9.11
  sata-patra-netrah—Lord Sri Krsna    SB 3.1.29
  sata-patra-patrau—having feathers like the petals of a lotus flower    SB 5.2.8
  sata-patra-adi—lotus flowers with a hundred petals and so on    SB 5.24.10
  sesa-patra—the plate of remnants    Madhya 20.75
  sesa-patra—plates of remnants    Antya 16.11
  sraddha-patra—prasada offered to Lord Visnu.    Adi 10.44
  sraddha-patra—the dish offered to the forefathers    Antya 3.222
  sraddha-patra—the dish of the sraddha ceremony    Antya 11.30
  suska-patra—dry leaves    Antya 13.17
  sunya-patra dekhi—seeing the dish empty    Madhya 15.58
  desa-patra dekhi—seeing the circumstances    Madhya 19.83
  dhatu-patra upari—on a metal plate.    Madhya 3.42
  dui maha-patra—two respectable officers    Madhya 16.113
  dui raja-patra—the two government officers    Madhya 16.150
  dui-patra—two tulasi leaves    Antya 6.297
  eka-patra nila—took one page written on a palm leaf    Antya 1.96
  haricandana-patra—the officer named Haricandana Patra    Antya 9.45
  haridasera krpa-patra—favored by Haridasa Thakura    Antya 3.167
  jala-patra lana—carrying a waterpot    Madhya 18.90
  jala-patra-adika—waterpots and other vessels    Madhya 6.66
  kamala-patra-aksi—O beautiful woman with eyes like the petals of a lotus    SB 9.20.11
  kanya-dana-patra—a bridegroom suitable for one's daughter    Madhya 5.23
  keya-patra—the leaf of the keya plant    Madhya 15.209
  keya-patra-droni—plates made of leaves of the ketaki tree    Madhya 14.37
  krsna-krpa-patra—suitable candidates for Krsna's mercy    Madhya 16.261
  krpa-patra—favorite    Madhya 11.140
  krpa-patra—the favorite devotee    Antya 20.82
  maha-krpa-patra—object of very great mercy    Adi 10.120
  maha-patra—the Orissan government representative    Madhya 16.195
  manya-patra—honorable    Madhya 11.83
  manya-patra—worshipable object    Antya 5.142
  padicha-patra—the inspector of the temple    Madhya 11.119
  padicha-patra—the superintendent of the temple    Madhya 12.72
  padicha-patra tulasi—Padichapatra Tulasi, the temple superintendent.    Madhya 15.20
  patra lana—taking those leaves    Madhya 9.210
  patra pana—getting the leaves    Madhya 9.213
  patra-mayah—made of leaves    SB 6.12.10
  patra-phala-phula—leaves, fruits and flowers    Madhya 14.207
  patra-ratha-indra—of Garuda (king of birds)    SB 3.21.34
  patra-rathaih—by the birds    SB 1.6.12
  phala-mula-patra—fruits, roots and leaves    Antya 14.48
  phala-patra—the pot of fruits    Madhya 15.80
  phula-phala-patra-yukta—dressed with fruits, flowers and leaves    Madhya 14.32
  prabhu-krpa-patra—very dear to the Lord    Antya 2.158
  prabhura sesa prasada-patra—the remnants of the plate of food offered to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 19.59
  prasada-patra—object of favor    Adi 12.44
  prema-patra—recipient of affection    Antya 12.101
  priya-patra—very dear    Adi 10.134
  paka-patra—the kitchen pots    Madhya 15.61
  patra bhari—filling up the baskets    Adi 13.105
  patra bhariya—filling up a dish    Adi 13.114
  patra vahi—bearing Your waterpot.    Madhya 17.11
  patra-gana—his associates    Madhya 13.6
  patra-gana—his own associates    Madhya 13.90
  patra-mitra—all the officers and friends    Madhya 14.48
  patra-mitra sane—accompanied by ministers and friends.    Antya 9.22
  patra-mitra-sange—accompanied by his secretaries, ministers, military officers and so on    Madhya 11.14
  patra-mitra-sange—with his ministers and friends    Madhya 14.60
  patra-sannidhana—presence of the players    Antya 1.134
  patra-vittamaih—who are expert in finding the actual person to whom charity must be given    SB 7.14.34
  raja-patra—governmental release    Madhya 4.183
  raja-patra—papers showing governmental sanction    Madhya 4.153
  raja-patra-gana—and the government officers    Madhya 13.175
  raja-patra-gana—the officers of the King    Madhya 16.109
  sa-patra—with leaves    SB 3.13.40
  sat-patra—another plate    Madhya 15.76
  sei patra—those leaves    Madhya 9.210
  sei patra—that plate    Antya 16.12
  sneha-patra—object of affection.    Madhya 15.283
  yogya-patra—fit person    Madhya 20.107
  yogya-patra jani—knowing him to be a suitable person    Antya 1.88
  ajna-patra—letters of command    Madhya 16.110

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