Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ranga

  raṅga—playful activities.    Adi 5.146
  raṅga—trick.    Adi 7.31-32
  raṅga—performance    Adi 13.101
  raṅga—pastimes    Madhya 2.83
  śrī-raṅga-purī—Śrī Raṅga Purī    Madhya 9.285, Madhya 9.295, Madhya 9.300, Madhya 9.302
  bhojana-raṅga—process of eating    Madhya 14.45
  śrī-raṅga darśana—visiting the temple of Śrī Raṅga    Madhya 9.87
  śrī-raṅga dekhiyā—after seeing this temple    Madhya 1.107
  śrī-raṅga dekhiyā—visiting Śrī Raṅga.    Madhya 9.163
  śrī-raṅga-kṣetra—to the place where the temple of Raṅganātha is situated    Madhya 1.107
  śrī-raṅga-kṣetre—to the holy place named Śrī Raṅga-kṣetra    Madhya 9.79
  śrī-raṅga-kṣetre—in Śrī Raṅga-kṣetra    Madhya 9.91
  śrī-raṅga-purī—of the name Śrī Raṅga-purī    Madhya 1.113
  śrī-raṅga-purīra—of Śrī Raṅga Purī    Madhya 9.288
  kare nṛtya-raṅga—performed dancing in jubilation    Madhya 15.21
  nṛtya-raṅga—amusement in dancing    Madhya 13.179
  pakṣī rāṅgā-ṭuni—just like a little bird with a red beak    Antya 20.90-91
  raṇa-raṅga-durmadaḥ—arrogant on the battlefield    SB 6.11.8
  raṅga dekhe—see the fun    Antya 6.81
  raṅga-līlā—pastime at Śrī Raṅga-kṣetra    Madhya 9.165
  raṅga-nātha—the Raṅganātha temple    Madhya 9.80
  raṅga-sthale—on the stage    Antya 1.184
  rāṅgā-yaṣṭi—a red stick    Adi 5.190
  su-raṅga—buff color    Madhya 12.213
  yuddha-raṅga—fighting.    Madhya 13.171

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