Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: silah

  śīlāḥ—good qualities    SB 3.15.25
  śilāḥ—and stones    SB 8.10.46
  śilāḥ—stones    SB 8.20.25-29
  anugrahaṇīya-śīlāḥ—trained to get favors    SB 1.19.13
  bhagavat-karma-śīlaḥ—being absorbed in activities to satisfy the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.20.31
  dharma-śīlaḥ—those who are on the progressive path of liberation    SB 1.17.41
  dharma-śīlāḥ—good character and behavior    SB 6.5.2
  kṣamā-śīlaḥ—forgiving    Madhya 23.73
  prema-śīlaḥ—being affectionate    SB 6.19.17
  sama-śīlāḥ—of the same categories    SB 1.2.27
  spṛhaṇīya-śīlaḥ—desirable qualities    SB 3.1.14
  spṛhaṇīya-śīlāḥ—decorated with desirable qualities    Madhya 24.88
  su-śīlaḥ—very polite and well behaved    SB 7.12.6
  su-śīlāḥ—well-behaved    SB 6.1.17
  upaśama-śīlaḥ—who was calm and peaceful in character    SB 5.10.14
  upaśama-śīlaḥ—self-controlled in nature    SB 6.9.35
  upaśama-śīlāḥ—in the renounced order of life    SB 5.1.27
  upaśama-śīlāḥ—even though completely in the renounced order of life    SB 5.8.10
  upaśama-śīlāḥ—who are now situated in a most peaceful existence    SB 5.14.39
  yajña-śīlāḥ—expert in performing ritualistic ceremonies    SB 5.4.13

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