Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sankhya

  saṅkhya—counting    Madhya 20.348
  saṅkhyā—the measurement    SB 5.18.31
  saṅkhyā—number    SB 5.18.33
  saṅkhyā—the count    Madhya 21.19
  sāṅkhya—analytical study of the material world    Bg 5.4
  sāṅkhya—complete knowledge of matter and spirit    SB 2.1.6
  sāṅkhya—of the Sāṅkhya philosophy    SB 3.33.35
  sāṅkhya—by the sāṅkhya-yoga system (the analytical study of material conditions)    SB 5.19.10
  sāṅkhya—the philosophical way of sāṅkhya-yoga    SB 8.24.55
  sāṅkhya—Sāṅkhya philosophy    Adi 6.18
  sāṅkhya—followers of Kapila    Madhya 9.42
  sāṅkhya—by the philosophers who analytically study the universe (as the puruṣa)    Madhya 19.204
  sāṅkhya—by the philosophers who analytically study the universe    Antya 7.33
  alpa saṅkhyā—a reduced number of chanting    Antya 11.26
  koṭi-saṅkhya loka—an unlimited number of people    Madhya 1.164
  lakṣa-saṅkhya—numbering hundreds of thousands    Madhya 17.188
  saṅkhya-atītaḥ—numbering beyond calculation    Madhya 19.140
  saṅkhyā alpa kara—reduce your number    Antya 11.24
  saṅkhyā lāgi—for counting    Antya 9.57
  saṅkhyā saṅkīrtana—chanting the fixed number of rounds.    Antya 11.17
  saṅkhyā-atīta—innumerable    Adi 10.159
  saṅkhyā-kīrtana—the fixed amount of chanting    Antya 11.19
  saṅkhyā-kīrtana—fixed amount of chanting    Antya 11.23
  saṅkhyā-nāma—the number of holy names    Antya 3.114-115
  saṅkhyā-nāma—a fixed number of rounds    Antya 7.83
  saṅkhyā-nāma-saṅkīrtana—numerical chanting of the holy name    Antya 3.240
  sāṅkhya kahe—the atheistic Sāṅkhya philosophers say    Madhya 25.50
  sāṅkhya-śirase—who taught the Sāṅkhya philosophy or who actually gives knowledge of Sāṅkhya to the people of the world    SB 5.14.45
  sāṅkhya-mayī—having the form of the philosophy analyzing the material world (Sāṅkhya philosophy)    SB 9.8.13
  sāṅkhya-nidarśanāya—who is the revealer of this numerical knowledge    SB 5.18.33
  sāṅkhya-yoga-īśvarāya—the master of the principles of sāṅkhya-yoga    SB 4.24.42
  sāṅkhya-yogaiḥ—by reading the literature of sāṅkhya-yoga    SB 10.8.45
  sāṅkhya-ācāryaiḥ—by ācāryas expert in Sāṅkhya philosophy    SB 3.24.19
  sāṅkhya-ātmanaḥ—the origin of all Vedic literatures    SB 8.7.30

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