Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: raja

  raja—the king    Bg 1.2, Bg 1.16-18, SB 1.7.49, SB 1.9.15, SB 1.14.28-29, SB 1.17.1, SB 1.17.41, SB 1.19.17, SB 2.3.13, SB 2.8.1 (and more...)
  raja—King Yudhisthira    SB 1.8.47, SB 1.9.49, SB 1.12.13, SB 1.12.32, SB 1.13.6, SB 1.13.7
  raja—a king    SB 4.26.6, SB 5.26.16, SB 7.2.28, SB 8.4.7, Madhya 20.118
  raja—king    SB 4.21.22, SB 4.21.24, SB 4.23.36, SB 4.25.10
  raja—King Dhrtarastra    SB 1.13.29, SB 3.1.6
  raja—the Nawab    Madhya 19.13, Madhya 19.14
  raja—king    SB 6.2.9-10
  raja—from the government    SB 6.8.37
  raja—of a king    SB 7.10.6
  raja—of the King    SB 9.5.12
  raja—the King    Antya 9.83
  raja—the Emperor    SB 1.19.11
  raja—Maharaja Pariksit    SB 2.3.15
  raja—the King (Dhrtarastra or Duryodhana)    SB 3.1.9
  raja—King Uttanapada    SB 4.9.37
  raja—King Dhruva    SB 4.10.5
  raja—King Puranjana    SB 4.28.10
  raja—the king of the forest    SB 6.4.6
  raja—one king    SB 6.14.10
  raja—ruler    SB 9.3.1
  raja—the King (Saryati)    SB 9.3.19
  raja—the King (Yuvanasva)    SB 9.6.27
  raja—the King (Bahuka)    SB 9.8.2
  raja—King Sagara    SB 9.8.18
  raja—King Pururava    SB 9.14.49
  raja—Maharaja Dusmanta    SB 9.20.16
  raja—the King (Dusmanta)    SB 9.20.20
  raja—Maharaja Prataparudra    Madhya 13.91
  raja—my dear King    Madhya 15.126
  raja—the king or nawab    Madhya 20.39
  raja—governor    Antya 9.122
  raja kahe—the King said    Madhya 10.10, Madhya 10.14, Madhya 10.17, Madhya 11.69, Madhya 11.75, Madhya 11.94, Madhya 11.101, Madhya 11.105, Madhya 11.108, Madhya 11.111 (and more...)
  sri-raja uvaca—King Pariksit said    SB 6.8.1-2, SB 6.18.20, SB 8.1.31, SB 8.14.1, SB 8.24.1, SB 9.1.1, SB 9.9.19, SB 10.1.1
  raja uvaca—the King said    SB 1.17.22, SB 1.17.31, SB 2.4.5, SB 3.1.3, SB 4.22.42, SB 4.29.56, SB 5.26.1, SB 5.26.4
  maha-raja—O King    SB 1.15.5, SB 4.19.34, SB 4.27.1, SB 6.1.30, SB 8.13.35
  raja kahe—the King replied    Madhya 1.180, Madhya 10.21, Madhya 25.192, Antya 9.49, Antya 9.98
  sri-raja uvaca—Maharaja Pariksit inquired    SB 9.11.24, SB 9.15.16, SB 9.18.5, SB 10.12.41
  raja-rsih—the saintly king    SB 3.21.26, SB 4.13.25, SB 4.29.81, SB 9.1.2-3
  sri-raja uvaca—the King said    SB 6.3.1, SB 6.4.1-2, SB 8.15.1-2
  sri-raja uvaca—King Pariksit inquired    SB 6.13.3, SB 8.5.11-12, SB 9.4.14
  sri-raja uvaca—Maharaja Pariksit said    SB 6.19.1, SB 7.1.1, SB 9.1.28
  raja-indra—O King    SB 4.26.7, SB 4.27.5, SB 8.13.8
  raja-rseh—of the saintly King    SB 4.14.42, SB 4.20.34, SB 4.20.37
  raja-rseh—of the great saintly King    SB 5.8.26, SB 5.14.42, SB 5.14.46
  raja-rsih—the great saintly King    SB 4.17.5, SB 4.28.33, SB 9.9.10
  dvija-raja-raja—the king of moons    Madhya 21.126, Madhya 21.126
  maha-raja—O great King    SB 5.16.4, SB 7.1.4-5
  maha-raja—O King Pariksit    SB 6.16.14, SB 8.4.14
  raja-indra—O best of kings    SB 6.15.2, SB 7.14.41
  raja-pathe—on the public road    Madhya 25.212, Antya 1.51
  raja-patra—government officers    Madhya 4.151, Madhya 16.261
  raja-vesa—the royal dress.    Madhya 11.55, Madhya 14.5
  raja bale—the King said    Madhya 15.125, Antya 9.29
  raja kahe—the King inquired    Madhya 11.82, Madhya 15.126
  raja kahe—the Nawab said    Madhya 19.20, Madhya 19.24
  raja uvaca—the fortunate King said    SB 1.19.13, SB 2.1.22
  raja uvaca—the King replied    SB 4.8.65, SB 4.25.5
  raja uvaca—King Pariksit said    SB 5.1.1, SB 5.13.26
  ahi-raja—the serpent-king    SB 3.8.5
  bhakta-raja—kings of devotees    Madhya 16.261
  bharatah nama raja—a King named Maharaja Bharata    SB 5.12.14
  sri-raja—the all-good king (Maharaja Yudhisthira)    SB 1.12.18
  sri-raja uvaca—Pariksit Maharaja replied    SB 6.1.9
  sri-raja uvaca—the King inquired    SB 6.7.1
  sri-raja uvaca—King Citraketu said    SB 6.15.10
  sri-raja uvaca—the King (Maharaja Pariksit) said    SB 8.1.1
  sri-raja uvaca—the King offered prayers as follows    SB 8.24.46
  sri-raja uvaca—the King (Pururava) said    SB 9.14.19
  sri-raja uvaca—the King inquired (from Sukadeva Gosvami)    SB 10.7.1-2
  sri-raja uvaca—Maharaja Pariksit further inquired (from Sukadeva Gosvami)    SB 10.8.46
  sri-raja uvaca—the King further inquired    SB 10.10.1
  srngara-rasa-raja-maya—consisting of the mellow of conjugal love, which is the king of mellows    Madhya 8.143
  daitya-raja—of the King of the demons, Hiranyakasipu    SB 7.5.1
  dui raja-patra—the two government officers    Madhya 16.150
  gaja-raja-moksanam—delivering the King of the elephants    SB 8.4.14
  gajapati raja—the King of Orissa    Madhya 11.236
  gauda-raja—the King of Bengal.    Madhya 1.222
  harina-raja-kumarah—the deer, who was just like a prince because of my taking care of it exactly like a son    SB 5.8.20
  jhasa-raja-kundala—of the two earrings, made in the shape of sharks    SB 8.18.2
  kahe raja—the King said    Antya 9.94
  kare raja-dravya vyaya—spends the revenue of government.    Antya 9.88
  kare raja-visaya—serves the government    Antya 9.88
  kari raja-bhaya—I am afraid of the government.    Madhya 20.9
  maha-raja—O my dear King    SB 5.24.9
  murkha-raja—a great fool    Madhya 18.227
  naga-raja-kumaryah—the unmarried princesses of the serpent kings    SB 5.25.5
  nagara-raja—the most attractive person    Madhya 2.19
  nahi raja-bhaya—without fear of the King    Antya 9.32
  pataga-raja—the king of the birds (Garuda)    SB 2.7.16
  patattri-raja-adhipateh—from the king of all birds, Garuda    SB 5.24.29
  pheru-raja—of jackals    SB 8.16.7
  prataparudra raja—King Prataparudra of Orissa    Adi 10.135-136
  pada-raja—the dust of your feet    Antya 16.22
  raja-nama—the name ''king.''    Madhya 12.54
  rasa-raja—the king of all transcendental humors    Madhya 8.282
  raja-adhikari—a government officer    Madhya 16.156
  raja-bandi—a prisoner of the government    Madhya 20.28
  raja-bhavanam—the royal palace    SB 9.10.45-46
  raja-bhaya—fear of the government    Madhya 20.10-11
  raja-bhatah—the king’s soldiers    SB 3.30.20
  raja-bhatah—government officials    SB 5.26.27
  raja-bhrtya-gana—the government servants    Madhya 16.152
  raja-bilat—money due the King    Antya 9.32
  raja-sibiram—the palace of my father. Hiranyakasipu    SB 7.7.6
  raja-sira-upari—above the head of the King    Madhya 15.122
  raja-dandya—liable to be punished by the King    Antya 9.90
  raja-darasana—meeting a king    Madhya 11.7
  raja-darasana—visiting a king    Madhya 11.43
  raja-darasana—meeting the King.    Madhya 12.30
  raja-darasane—interview with a king.    Madhya 10.8
  raja-dhana—charity by kings    Adi 12.50
  raja-dhana—the King's money.    Antya 9.65
  raja-dhana—the revenue of the government    Antya 9.89
  raja-dhana—government revenue    Antya 9.106
  raja-dharman—pragmatic activities of the kings    SB 1.9.27
  raja-dravya sodhi—after paying the dues of the government    Antya 9.33
  raja-dravya vyaya—spending the government's revenues.    Antya 9.61
  raja-dvara—to the door of the King.    Antya 9.18
  raja-dvare—to the court of the Nawab.    Madhya 19.15
  raja-dvare dhari—keeping at the door of the King.    Antya 9.21
  raja-gana—kings    Adi 8.8
  raja-ghare—in the court of the government    Madhya 19.56
  raja-ghare—to the government treasury    Antya 6.20
  raja-guhyam—the king of confidential knowledge    Bg 9.2
  raja-hamsa—great swans    SB 5.17.13
  raja-hamsa-madhye—in a society of white swans    Antya 7.102
  raja-hamsam—like a swan.    SB 3.28.27
  raja-hamsah—swan    SB 4.7.21
  raja-indra—O King Yudhisthira    SB 7.5.56-57
  raja-indra—O Maharaja Pariksit    SB 9.17.1-3
  raja-kanyabhih—by all the princesses    SB 9.6.43
  raja-kaudi—money due the government    Antya 9.31
  raja-kirita—helmets of kings    SB 1.19.20
  raja-kula—and of government officers    SB 5.14.11
  raja-kula—the government men    SB 5.14.16
  raja-kulam—those who are supported by the government (when the government is finished).    SB 6.16.38
  raja-kule—in the administrative family    SB 1.16.21
  raja-kulat—greater than the royal family    SB-4.21.37
  raja-kama—government service.    Madhya 20.38
  raja-karya—government service    Madhya 19.15
  raja-karya kare—executed the government service    Madhya 19.16
  raja-laksmim—the opulence of his big kingdom    SB 4.8.70
  raja-lekha—governmental permission    Madhya 4.153
  raja-mahisi-vrnda—the queens of the King    Madhya 13.198
  raja-mahisim—the Queen    SB 7.7.6
  raja-mantri—diplomatic minister    Madhya 12.44
  raja-mantri—ministers of the government    Madhya 16.261
  raja-mantri—the former minister of the Nawab    Madhya 20.22
  raja-mantri sanatana—Sanatana Gosvami was formerly an intelligent minister for Nawab Hussain Shah    Madhya 20.350
  raja-margam—the public roads    SB 1.11.24
  raja-marge—on the pathway    Madhya 5.145
  raja-patha diya—on the government road or public road.    Madhya 25.210
  raja-patni—the queens    Antya 10.63
  raja-patra—governmental release    Madhya 4.183
  raja-pratigraha—taking from the King    Antya 9.117
  raja-priti—the love of the King for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 12.44
  raja-purusah—a king’s man    SB 5.26.16
  raja-purusah—government servants    SB 5.26.22
  raja-puta-lokera—of people from Rajasthan    Madhya 18.26
  raja-putra—prince    Antya 9.22
  raja-putra—of the prince    Antya 9.27
  raja-putra—the prince    Antya 9.30
  raja-putrah—the royal prince    SB 1.12.31
  raja-putrah—the Prince    SB 5.1.6
  raja-putre lana—taking the King's son    Madhya 12.66
  raja-putrera—of the King's son    Madhya 12.63
  raja-putri—O princess    SB 3.24.2
  raja-putrya—by Sarmistha, who was the daughter of a king    SB 9.18.32
  raja-putranam—the sons of the King    SB 4.25.1
  raja-putran—the sons of the King    SB 4.24.32
  raja-putrah—all the sons of King Barhisat    SB 4.24.23
  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
  raja-rajena—by the king of kings (Kuvera)    SB 4.12.8
  raja-rat—the emperor    SB 4.18.29
  raja-sevakah—the servants of King Hiranyakasipu.    SB 7.5.15
  raja-sevi—government servant    Madhya 8.35
  raja-seva—majestic service    Adi 8.52
  raja-seva—gorgeous performance of service    Madhya 4.104
  raja-seva—government service    Madhya 15.120
  raja-simhasya—of the most powerful king    SB 4.28.28
  raja-simhasane—the royal throne.    Madhya 13.16
  raja-sthane—to the place of the King.    Antya 9.38
  raja-suye—a royal performance of sacrifice    SB 1.9.41
  raja-suyena—with a Rajasuya sacrifice    SB 3.17.28
  raja-vaidya—royal physician    Madhya 15.120
  raja-vaidyera—of the royal physician    Madhya 15.124
  raja-varah—the best of kings    SB 5.2.19
  raja-vesa—royal dress    Madhya 1.79
  raja-vesa—dressed like a royal prince    Madhya 13.129
  raja-vidya—the king of education    Bg 9.2
  raja-visaya—government service    Antya 9.33
  raja-visaya—in government service    Antya 9.61
  raja-visayi—treasurer of the King.    Antya 9.17
  raja-vivarana—description of the King's desire    Madhya 12.12
  raja-vyavahara—the behavior of the King.    Madhya 12.15
  raja-yanam—the palanquin of the King    SB 5.10.14
  raja-rsayah—rsis among the kings    SB 1.9.5
  raja-rsayah—very great saintly kings    SB 5.14.40
  raja-rsayah—all the kings were saintly    SB 9.20.1
  raja-rsaye—unto the great king    SB 4.27.20
  raja-rse—O sage amongst the kings    SB 1.17.20
  raja-rse—O saintly king    SB 4.28.48
  raja-rse—O best of kings    SB 4.29.38
  raja-rsinam—of kings as good as sages    SB 1.12.26
  raja-rsinam—of great saintly kings    SB 4.21.13
  raja-rsin—of saintly kings    SB 1.12.18
  raja-rseh—of King Nabhi    SB 5.3.10
  raja-rseh—of the pious King    SB 5.4.6
  raja-rseh—of the pious King Citraketu    SB 6.14.36
  raja-rseh—the great king and saint    SB 8.24.55
  raja-rseh—of the great king    SB 8.24.59
  raja-rsi—of saintly kings    SB 5.9.1-2
  raja-rsi—like a saintly king    SB 9.10.54
  raja-rsi-pravarah—most exalted among the saintly royal order    SB 5.15.6
  raja-rsi-pravarat—who are the best of all saintly kings, or rajarsis    SB 9.9.30
  raja-rsi-sattama—O best of rajarsis, saintly kings    SB 10.1.15
  raja-rsih—a saint amongst kings    SB 1.16.36
  raja-rsih—the sage amongst the kings    SB 1.17.43-44
  raja-rsih—saint amongst the royal order    SB 1.18.46
  raja-rsih—saintly king    SB 2.1.13
  raja-rsih—great saintly king    SB 4.9.65
  raja-rsih—the saintly King Anga    SB 4.13.18
  raja-rsih—pious King (Nabhi)    SB 5.3.13
  raja-rsih—a king equally qualified as a great saintly person    SB 8.24.10
  raja-rsih—Satyavrata, the saintly King    SB 8.24.40
  raja-rsih—saintly king (Puranjaya)    SB 9.6.19
  raja-rsih—the saintly King Dusmanta    SB 9.20.17
  raja-rsih bharatah—the great, saintly King Bharata    SB 5.8.7
  raja-ajna—the permission of the King, Prataparudra    Madhya 1.128
  raja-ajnaya—by the order of the King    Madhya 16.152
  raja-thani yana—going to the King    Antya 9.39
  raja asmi—I am the King    SB 5.12.5-6
  raja dekhi—by seeing the King    Madhya 13.182
  raja ha-ila—was appointed Nawab, or governor, by the central Mohammedan government    Madhya 25.189
  raja mage—the King asks    Antya 9.52
  raja uvaca—the King inquired    SB 3.4.28
  raja uvaca—the King began to speak    SB 4.21.21
  raja uvaca—King Pariksit inquired    SB 5.6.1
  raja uvaca—King Rahugana said    SB 5.13.21
  raja uvaca—Maharaja Pariksit said    SB 5.16.1
  raja uvaca—the King (Maharaja Pariksit) inquired    SB 5.22.1
  raja uvaca—King Yudhisthira inquired    SB 7.10.52
  raja visvasahah—the famous King Visvasaha was born    SB 9.9.41
  raja-kadi—the revenue of the King    Antya 9.92
  raja-saha—with the King    Madhya 5.131
  raja-sthane—in the presence of the King.    Madhya 25.190
  raja-thani—to the King    Madhya 11.65
  sauvira-raja—the King of Sauvira    SB 5.12.5-6
  sei raja-putrera—of that prince    Antya 9.24
  sei raja—that King (Maharaja Purusottama-deva)    Madhya 5.121
  sura-raja-vajrat—from the thunderbolt of the King of heaven, Indra    SB 5.10.17
  uraga-raja—of the great serpent Vasuki    SB 6.12.3
  vaideha-raja-duhitari—by this condition of mother Sita, the daughter of the King of Videha    SB 9.10.11
  vraja-raja-nandane—to the son of Maharaja Nanda    Madhya 21.45
  vrsala-raja-panih—the so-called priest of the leader of the dacoits (one of the thieves)    SB 5.9.16
  yavana-raja—Muslim king    Madhya 1.168

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