Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: praja

  prajā—living beings    SB 1.6.24, SB 4.30.50-51
  prajā—citizens    SB 4.21.50, SB 6.14.19
  prajā—progeny    SB 1.2.27
  prajā—the people in general    SB 1.7.32
  prajā—those who are born    SB 1.12.19
  prajā—living entities    SB 2.9.19
  prajā—the living entities    SB 2.9.30
  prajā—one who is born    SB 3.5.20
  prajā—the living entities born in the material world    SB 3.13.12
  prajā—of the living entities    SB 3.21.24
  prajā—son    SB 4.13.21
  prajā—sons and daughters    SB 5.4.14
  prajā—a son    SB 10.5.23
  prajā-pālaḥ—the king    SB 4.13.23, SB 4.14.11
  bāla-prajā—having young children    SB 1.9.13
  mṛta-prajā—a woman whose children are dead    SB 6.19.26-28
  prajā-adhyakṣaḥ—Prajāpati    SB 8.16.13
  prajā-adhyakṣāḥ—the rulers of humankind    SB 4.29.42-44
  prajā-anugraha—doing good to the living being    SB 1.19.19
  prajā-apadeśam—son in name only    SB 4.13.45
  prajā-artham—for the sake of getting sons    SB 9.1.13
  prajā-asavaḥ—those whose love for their children is the same as their love for their own life    SB 10.12.15
  prajā-atyaye—when there was killing of the people in general    SB 8.11.34
  prajā-bhartuḥ—of one who is engaged in the maintenance of the citizens    SB 1.8.50
  prajā-bhartuḥ—with the protector of the living beings    SB 3.13.12
  prajā-drohāt—because of killing the subjects    SB 1.9.1
  prajā-īśa—O lord of created beings    SB 4.7.2
  prajā-īśa—the controllers of the prajās    SB 9.4.53-54
  prajā-īśa-rūpeṇa—in the form of the Prajāpati Marīci and others    SB 8.14.9
  prajā-īśa-ādīn—headed by Lord Brahmā    SB 9.16.31
  prajā-īśvaraiḥ—by many demigods, the masters of different regions.    SB 7.4.3
  prajā-īśvarāḥ—the controllers of all living entities    SB 4.24.73
  prajā-īśāḥ—the father of the living beings    SB 2.6.43-45
  prajā-īśāḥ—the prajāpatis created by Lord Brahmā, who have created generations of living entities    SB 7.8.49
  prajā-īśāḥ—the Prajāpatis    SB 9.10.14
  prajā-gaṇa—the citizens    Antya 14.48
  prajā-goptuḥ—who maintain the subjects    SB 7.11.14
  prajā-kāma—of a desire to have sons    SB 6.14.37
  prajā-kāmam—desiring to increase the population    SB 6.4.42
  prajā-kāmasya—desiring offspring    SB 8.16.24
  prajā-kāmaḥ—one who desires many offspring    SB 2.3.2-7
  prajā-kāmaḥ—desiring offspring    SB 6.14.22
  prajā-nāśam—annihilation of the living entities    SB 4.27.29
  prajā-nātha—O king of population    SB 6.4.44
  prajā-pate—O protector of the people    SB 4.19.38
  prajā-pate—O master of the citizens    SB 4.20.33
  prajā-pate—O ruler of the citizens    SB 4.25.7
  prajā-pate—O Prajāpati.    SB 4.27.7
  prajā-patīn—Brahmā and his sons like Dakṣa and others    SB 2.10.37-40
  prajā-patīn—all the progenitors of living entities    SB 3.12.33
  prajā-patīn—progenitors of living entities.    SB 4.30.50-51
  prajā-patīnām—of the demigods like Brahmā and others    SB 3.7.25
  prajā-patīnām—of the Prajāpatis    SB 3.22.20
  prajā-pateḥ—of the progenitor of mankind    SB 3.33.15
  prajā-patiḥ—the Lord of creatures    Bg 3.10
  prajā-patiḥ—the leader of all living entities    SB 2.4.20
  prajā-patiḥ—the forefather of all living entities    SB 2.9.40
  prajā-patiḥ—the father of the living entities    SB 3.12.16
  prajā-patiḥ—the Lord of the living entities    SB 3.13.47
  prajā-patiḥ—Lord Brahmā    SB 3.31.36
  prajā-patiḥ—progenitor of mankind    SB 4.16.22
  prajā-patiḥ—a protector of citizens    SB 4.23.1-3
  prajā-patiḥ—the post of Prajāpati    SB 4.24.9
  prajā-pālana—of protecting the subjects    SB 5.15.7
  prajā-pālanam—ruling over the general mass of people    SB 4.20.14
  prajā-pālāḥ—the rulers of the world, namely the sons and grandsons of Manu    SB 8.14.6
  prajā-rūpeṇa—in the form of his son Aśvatthāmā    SB 1.7.45
  prajā-saṁyamanaḥ yamaḥ—Lord Yamarāja, who controls the living entities    SB 6.3.11
  prajā-sarga—the mass of citizens    SB 4.29.81
  prajā-sarga-dhiyaḥ—who were under the impression that begetting children was the most important duty    SB 6.5.29
  prajā-sargam—generation of the living entities    SB 2.9.29
  prajā-sargam—the creation of the living entities    SB 6.4.20
  prajā-sargam—creation of living entities    SB 6.4.52
  prajā-sarge—for the purpose of creating living beings    SB 3.20.9
  prajā-sarge—in the matter of begetting children    SB 4.24.14
  prajā-sarge—at the time of creating population    SB 4.24.73
  prajā-sarge—to increase the population    SB 6.5.2
  prajā-sarge—in increasing progeny or population    SB 6.5.25
  prajā-sarge—in the creation of progeny    SB 10.3.33
  prajā-sargāya—for generating the population    SB 6.4.10
  prajā-tantau—descending line    SB 1.12.15
  prajā-tīrthe—on the occasion of giving in charity on the birthday of a son    SB 1.12.14
  prajā-vantam—bore a son within the womb    SB 9.8.3
  prajā-vatīnām—of those who have children    SB 3.14.11
  prajā-vati—who begot a son    SB 6.14.38
  prajā-visarge—to create progeny    SB 4.30.15
  prajā-visargeṇa—by the generation of living entities    SB 6.4.17
  prajā-vivṛddhaye—for the purpose of increasing the population    SB 6.5.4-5
  prajā-āśāyāḥ nivṛttasya—of one who was almost hopeless of getting a son at this age    SB 10.5.23
  prajā-ānanda—sex pleasure    SB 2.10.26
  prajā-ānandaḥ—the pleasure of generations    SB 4.25.39
  su-praja-tamaḥ—surrounded by many children    SB 4.23.33

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