Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: puskara

  puskara—Puskara    SB 5.1.32
  kara-puskara—lotus palms    Antya 18.84
  puskara-aksah—lotus-eyed    SB 3.21.8
  puskara-cudah—Puskaracuda    SB 5.20.39
  puskara-dvipah—another island, named Puskaradvipa    SB 5.20.29
  puskara-iksanah—whose eyes are like lotus flowers    SB 8.17.11
  puskara-locanah—the lotus-eyed    SB 1.10.30
  puskara-malinah—with a garland of lotus flowers    SB 6.1.34-36
  puskara-nabha—of Lord Visnu, who has a lotus navel    SB 4.12.22
  puskara-nabha-mayaya—by the illusory energy of Puskaranabha, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 4.6.48
  puskara-nabhasya—of the Lord, from whose navel grows a lotus flower    Antya 7.15
  puskara-nala-tantun—in the network of the fibers of a lotus stem    SB 6.13.15
  puskara-patram—a lotus leaf.    SB 5.16.5
  puskara-uddhrtam—drawing with his trunk    SB 8.2.25
  puskara-vistara—lotus seat (by Lord Brahma, whose seat is a lotus)    SB 3.19.31
  puskara-adini—such as Puskara    SB 7.14.30-33
  taksa-puskara-sala-adin—sons headed by Taksa, Puskara and Sala    SB 9.24.43

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