Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: raga

  raga—attachment    Bg 2.56, Bg 2.64, Bg 3.34, Bg 4.10, Bg 7.11, Bg 17.5-6, Bg 18.51-53, SB 1.9.26, SB 5.14.27, SB 7.13.34 (and more...)
  raga—of attachment    SB 5.11.16
  raga—attachment for material things    SB 5.18.14
  raga—whose luster    SB 5.25.7
  raga—love    Adi 4.33
  raga—of love    Madhya 8.173
  raga—attraction    Madhya 8.194
  raga—spontaneous love    Madhya 23.54
  raga—spontaneous devotion    Madhya 24.288
  raga-marge—on the path of spontaneous love    Adi 4.33, Adi 4.265, Madhya 8.223, Antya 7.24
  raga-marge—on the path of spontaneous loving service    Madhya 22.161, Madhya 24.292
  raga-udayah—the evoking of ecstatic feelings    Adi 17.281, Madhya 9.150
  ei raga-marge—in this spontaneous love    Madhya 11.112
  itara-raga-vismaranam—which causes forgetfulness of all other attachment    Antya 16.117
  nava-raga—of new attraction    Madhya 8.195
  padma-raga—with rubies    SB 3.23.19
  panka-anga-raga-rucirau—whose beautiful transcendental bodies were covered with muddy cow dung and urine    SB 10.8.23
  purva-raga—purva-raga    Madhya 23.63
  purva-raga—feelings before union    Madhya 23.64
  purva-raga—previous attachment    Antya 1.140
  raga-anuga—of spontaneous attachment    Madhya 8.221
  raga-anugatah—according to his attachment    SB 10.1.43
  raga-bhakta—devotees following spontaneous love    Madhya 24.286
  raga-bhakti—spontaneous devotional service    Madhya 24.84
  raga-bhaktye—by the discharge of spontaneous devotional service    Madhya 24.85
  raga-dasa-anta—up to the point of spontaneous attachment.    Madhya 24.32
  raga-hina—who are without spontaneous attachment to Krsna    Madhya 22.109
  raga-mayi—consisting of attachment    Madhya 22.152
  raga-marga—the path of spontaneous attraction    Adi 4.15-16
  raga-marge—by the path of spontaneous ecstatic love    Madhya 21.119
  raga-uddesa—someone's attraction or obstruction    Madhya 2.86
  raga-atmakam—born of desire or lust    Bg 14.7
  tina-cari raga—three or four different tunes.    Antya 13.128
  vidhi-raga-marge—in the process of devotional service under regulative principles or in spontaneous love    Madhya 24.352

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