Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: rajah

  rajaḥ—the mode of passion    SB 1.2.24, SB 1.2.27, SB 2.5.18, SB 2.10.41, SB 3.6.28, SB 3.10.26, SB 3.16.22, SB 6.12.15, SB 7.1.7, SB 7.1.10 (and more...)
  rajaḥ—dust    SB 1.8.2, SB 1.9.34, SB 3.16.21, SB 3.17.5, SB 4.5.7, SB 4.5.8, SB 4.10.22, SB 5.5.30, SB 9.8.12
  rajaḥ—mode of passion    Bg 14.5, Bg 14.7, Bg 14.9, Bg 14.10, SB 1.5.28
  rajaḥ—passion    SB 1.2.23, SB 1.13.54, SB 4.31.17, SB 7.15.43-44, SB 8.5.22, SB 8.7.30
  rajaḥ—in the mode of passion    SB 1.2.19, SB 6.14.1, SB 7.3.26-27
  rajaḥ—the dust    SB 3.16.9, Adi 5.141, Madhya 20.306
  rajaḥ—in passion    Bg 17.1, SB 5.9.17
  rajaḥ—on account of a passionate mood    SB 1.17.39
  rajaḥ—the passionate mode of nature    SB 2.1.20
  rajaḥ—mundane passion    SB 2.2.17
  rajaḥ—the material mode of passion    SB 2.5.23
  rajaḥ—sex desire    SB 3.15.20
  rajaḥ—saffron    SB 4.24.22
  rajaḥ—the passion energy    SB 4.24.63
  rajaḥ—of passion    SB 4.30.21
  rajaḥ—by passion    SB 5.9.17
  rajaḥ—of passion or material desires    SB 5.18.14
  rajaḥ—the sinful activity    SB 6.3.33
  rajaḥ—influenced by the mode of passion    SB 6.12.21
  rajaḥ—by the pollen    SB 8.2.14-19
  rajaḥ—of the saffron dust    SB 8.9.28
  rajaḥ—in the dust    Antya 4.63
  pāda-rajaḥ—by the dust of the lotus feet    SB 7.5.32, Madhya 22.53, Madhya 25.85
  pāda-rajaḥ—the dust of the lotus feet    SB 5.12.12, SB 6.11.18
  rajaḥ tamaḥ—the modes of passion and ignorance    SB 2.9.10, SB 7.15.25
  cedi-rājaḥ—the king of the state of Cedi    SB 9.24.39
  dharma-rājaḥ—King Yudhiṣṭhira    SB 1.12.4
  dharma-rājaḥ—Yamarāja, the superintendent of death and the judge of religious and irreligious activities    SB 6.3.1
  kula-giri-rājaḥ—the most famous among famous mountains    SB 5.16.7
  mahat-pāda-rajaḥ—of the dust of the lotus feet of a mahātmā    Madhya 22.52
  mahā-rājaḥ—the great king    SB 4.15.4
  mahā-rājaḥ—the great king called Mahārāja Daśaratha    SB 9.10.1
  paraḥ-rajaḥ—beyond the mode of passion (situated in the pure mode of goodness)    SB 5.7.14
  parvata-rājaḥ—a king of mountains    SB 5.20.18
  pitṛ-rājaḥ—Yamarāja, the king of the pitās    SB 5.26.6
  pāda-rajaḥ—the dust of the feet    SB 3.22.6
  rajaḥ tamaḥ ca—by representing the modes of passion and ignorance    SB 7.9.37
  rajaḥ-bharaḥ—dust from the cows,    Antya 1.188
  rajaḥ-bhājaḥ—of the incarnation of the mode of passion (Brahmā)    SB 3.10.18
  rajaḥ-guṇaḥ—the material mode of passion    SB 3.9.35
  rajaḥ-guṇaḥ—being controlled by the mode of passion    SB 10.10.8
  rajaḥ-guṇe—by the mode of passion    Madhya 20.302
  rajaḥ-juṣaḥ—persons who are eager to taste the dust    SB 4.9.36
  rajaḥ-kuṇṭha—covered with dust    SB 7.2.29-31
  rajaḥ-plutaḥ—infused with the mode of passion    SB 3.10.30
  rajaḥ-prabhavaḥ—being born in a body full of passion    SB 7.9.26
  rajaḥ-pradhānāt—in which the element of rajas, or passion, predominates    SB 3.20.13
  rajaḥ-prakṛtayaḥ—surcharged with the mode of passion    SB 10.4.45
  rajaḥ-rūpeṇa—in the form of the menstrual period    SB 6.9.9
  rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayī—consisting of three modes of nature (passion, goodness and ignorance)    SB 10.10.30-31
  rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayāḥ—created by the three modes of material nature (passion, goodness and ignorance)    SB 6.1.41
  rajaḥ-sattvābhyām—by the modes of passion and goodness    SB 10.13.50
  rajaḥ-tamasaḥ—whose modes of passion and ignorance    SB 5.20.3-4
  rajaḥ-tamasaḥ—whose passion and ignorance    SB 5.20.27
  rajaḥ-tamaskān—covered by passion and ignorance    SB 7.1.12
  rajaḥ-tamaskāḥ—by the lower modes of material nature (rajo-guṇa and tamo-guṇa)    SB 6.3.14-15
  rajaḥ-tamaḥ—because of the conception of passion and ignorance    SB 7.15.43-44
  rajaḥ-tamaḥ—by the qualities of passion and ignorance    SB 9.15.15
  rajaḥ-tamaḥ-sattva-vibhakta-karma-dṛk—a conditioned soul who sees only immediately beneficial fruitive activities and their results, which are divided into three groups by the modes of goodness, passion and ignorance    SB 5.13.1
  rajaḥ-tamobhyām—by the modes of passion and ignorance    SB 6.2.46
  rajaḥ-tamobhyām—from passion and ignorance    SB 7.1.38
  rajaḥ-vala-akṣaḥ—whose eyes are covered by the dust of the wind or who is captivated by his wife during her menstrual period.    SB 5.13.4
  rajaḥ-vala-akṣaḥ—blinded by strong lusty desires    SB 5.14.9
  rajaḥ-valaiḥ—covered with dust and dirt    SB 7.13.12-13
  sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ-juṣaḥ—infected with sattva-guṇa, rajo-guṇa or tamo-guṇa    SB 8.16.14
  sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ-mayam—made of the three modes of material nature    SB 5.25.8
  soma-rājaḥ—the king of the moon planet    SB 4.22.56
  tamaḥ-rajaḥ-dharme—by remaining in the modes of ignorance and passion    Antya 4.57
  uḍu-rājaḥ—the moon.    SB 3.14.49
  ṛkṣa-rājaḥ tu—the king in the form of a bear also    SB 8.21.8
  ādi-rājaḥ—the first monarch (Svāyambhuva Manu)    SB 3.21.45-47
  ādi-rājaḥ—the original king    SB 4.20.21
  ātma-rajaḥ—the sinful infection of the heart    SB 6.3.33

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