Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tamah

  tamaḥ—darkness    Bg 10.11, SB 1.14.16, SB 3.15.3, SB 3.19.18, SB 3.31.32, SB 4.5.7, SB 4.19.19, SB 4.19.34, SB 4.24.59, SB 4.29.28 (and more...)
  tamaḥ—the mode of ignorance    Bg 14.9, SB 1.2.19, SB 1.2.27, SB 2.5.18, SB 3.16.22, SB 6.12.15, SB 7.1.7, SB 7.1.10, SB 7.9.26, SB 9.8.12 (and more...)
  tamaḥ—mode of ignorance    Bg 14.5, Bg 14.8, Bg 14.10
  tamaḥ—ignorance    SB 1.13.54, SB 4.22.34, SB 4.24.63, SB 9.4.15-16, Antya 4.63
  tamaḥ—the darkness.    SB 2.9.34, Adi 1.54, Adi 3.60, Madhya 25.119, Antya 1.188
  tamaḥ—the darkness of ignorance    SB 1.2.23, SB 2.4.5, SB 9.11.6
  tamaḥ—darkness.    SB 3.12.33, SB 3.26.20, SB 7.6.6
  tamaḥ—of darkness    SB 4.30.21, SB 6.14.26, Antya 1.177
  tamaḥ—in ignorance.    Bg 17.1, SB 5.9.17
  tamaḥ—the mode of darkness    SB 2.5.23, SB 2.10.41
  tamaḥ—and the mode of ignorance    SB 7.3.26-27, SB 8.24.2-3
  tamaḥ—mundane ignorance    SB 2.2.17
  tamaḥ—the mode of ignorance, or the darkness of night    SB 3.11.28
  tamaḥ—darkness in self-knowledge    SB 3.12.2
  tamaḥ—tamas    SB 3.20.18
  tamaḥ—nescience.    SB 4.12.8
  tamaḥ—from the darkness of hellish life.    SB 4.21.46
  tamaḥ—in the darkest region of hellish life    SB 4.21.47
  tamaḥ—the greatest.    SB 4.23.33
  tamaḥ—by ignorance    SB 4.27.4
  tamaḥ—the dark planet    SB 4.29.69
  tamaḥ—ignorance in the material world    SB 5.18.8
  tamaḥ—of illusory existence    SB 6.9.33
  tamaḥ—and of the mode of ignorance    SB 6.14.1
  tamaḥ—hell.    SB 7.1.19
  tamaḥ—nothing but darkness    SB 7.6.16
  tamaḥ—the darkness within the material creation.    SB 7.8.24
  tamaḥ—the material condition of sleeping    SB 7.9.32
  tamaḥ—dark    SB 7.15.46
  tamaḥ—great darkness    SB 8.3.5
  tamaḥ—the mode of ignorance, by which one performs pious and impious activities    SB 8.24.48
  tamaḥ—to ignorance    SB 8.24.51
  tamaḥ—of the darkness    Adi 1.88-89
  tamaḥ—material nature    Adi 5.72
  tamaḥ—the ocean of nescience    Madhya 3.6
  tamaḥ-nudau—dissipating darkness.    Adi 1.2, Adi 1.84, Madhya 1.2
  rajaḥ tamaḥ—the modes of passion and ignorance    SB 2.9.10, SB 7.15.25
  suhṛt-tamaḥ—the best friend    SB 5.19.6, SB 7.4.31-32
  adhaḥ tamaḥ—downward into darkness or hell.    SB 9.3.21
  ajñāna-tamaḥ—of the darkness of ignorance    Adi 1.94
  andha-tamaḥ—blind darkness    Adi 4.171
  andham tamaḥ—into the abyss of ignorance    SB 3.25.7
  anya-tamaḥ—most different    SB 7.2.41
  asat-tamaḥ—the most cruel.    SB 4.8.67
  asat-tamaḥ—the most wretched.    SB 4.9.32
  asat-tamāḥ—the greatest rascals.    SB 7.15.37
  bhagavat-tamaḥ—by the great transcendentalists    SB 2.10.44
  bhagavat-tamaḥ—the best among the lords    SB 4.23.30
  bhakta-tamāḥ—most advanced devotees    Madhya 11.28
  bhiṣak-tamaḥ—an experienced physician.    SB 6.9.50
  devarṣeḥ tamaḥ—the great sage Nārada became so angry.    SB 10.10.1
  dhanya-tamāḥ—most thankful    SB 1.19.13
  dhanya-tamāḥ—most fortunate    SB 7.2.38
  dhanya-tamāḥ—most glorified    SB 10.12.43
  draviḍa-sat-tamaḥ—the best of those born in Draviḍa-deśa, South India    SB 8.4.7
  duḥkha-śoka-tamaḥ-nudam—to minimize their unlimited unhappiness and lamentation, which are caused by ignorance    SB 9.24.61
  dānava-sat-tamaḥ—the best of the demons, namely Jambhāsura    SB 8.11.17
  jagat-tamaḥ—the darkness of the material world    Madhya 24.1
  mahat-tamaḥ—greater than the greatest    SB 4.21.7
  mahat-tamāḥ—the greatest persons    SB 4.4.12
  mahat-tamāḥ—most exalted devotees.    Madhya 20.373
  mahā-tamaḥ—mahā-tamas, or mahā-moha.    SB 3.20.18
  mahā-tamaḥ—great darkness.    Adi 3.61
  muni-sat-tamaḥ—the greatest among the devotee philosophers.    SB 1.13.40
  mūḍha-tamaḥ—the lowest of the fools    SB 3.7.17
  priya-tamaḥ—the most dear    SB 4.29.51
  priya-tamaḥ—naturally attracted    SB 7.15.70
  priya-tamaḥ—most beloved devotee    SB 10.10.25
  priya-tamaḥ—dearmost    Adi 6.102
  puṇya-tamaḥ—the most sacred    SB 7.14.27-28
  puṇya-tamāḥ—extremely sacred    SB 7.14.30-33
  pūrṇa-tamaḥ—most complete    Madhya 20.399
  pūrṇa-tamaḥ—most perfect    Madhya 20.400
  rajaḥ tamaḥ ca—by representing the modes of passion and ignorance    SB 7.9.37
  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-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
  sat-tamaḥ—first-class person.    Madhya 9.264
  sat-tamāḥ—O great souls.    SB 1.12.18
  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
  siddha-sat-tamāḥ—the best of the perfect beings, the pure devotees.    SB 6.1.33
  su-praja-tamaḥ—surrounded by many children    SB 4.23.33
  suhṛt-tamaḥ—best of friends    Antya 19.35
  suhṛt-tamāḥ—more dear    Antya 1.152
  tamaḥ andham—deeply dark material existence    SB 1.2.3
  tamaḥ andham—to hellish life    SB 10.2.22
  tamaḥ ca—and the mode of ignorance    SB 8.7.31
  tamaḥ-dharma—performed under the mode of ignorance    Antya 4.57
  tamaḥ-dharma—on the platform of the mode of ignorance    Antya 4.60
  tamaḥ-dhiyaḥ—persons in the lowest material modes    SB 1.10.25
  tamaḥ-dvāraiḥ—the gates of ignorance    Bg 16.22
  tamaḥ-dvāram—the way to the dungeon of a dark, hellish condition of life    SB 5.5.2
  tamaḥ-dvāram—the door to darkness    Madhya 22.82
  tamaḥ-dvāreṇa—the path of ignorance    SB 4.11.7
  tamaḥ-guṇa—the material mode of darkness    Madhya 20.307
  tamaḥ-guṇa-āveśa—absorbed by the quality of ignorance    Madhya 20.311
  tamaḥ-juṣāṇaḥ—overwhelmed by illusion    SB 3.1.8
  tamaḥ-juṣām—of the persons suffering in ignorance.    SB 4.24.52
  tamaḥ-madam—this false prestige due to the mode of ignorance    SB 10.10.19
  tamaḥ-mayam—made of ignorance    SB 3.20.19
  tamaḥ-mātra-ātmaka-ātmanām—of those grossly in the mode of ignorance.    SB 4.2.14-15
  tamaḥ-nudaḥ—the supreme light.    SB 3.5.27
  tamaḥ-plutau—so absorbed in the mode of darkness    SB 10.10.20-22
  tamaḥ-prāyāḥ—almost unconscious    SB 3.10.20
  tamaḥ-rajaḥ-dharme—by remaining in the modes of ignorance and passion    Antya 4.57
  tamaḥ-ruddham—enwrapped by such darkness    SB 1.15.30
  tamaḥ-udbhūte—when it was densely dark    SB 10.3.7-8
  tamaḥ-vat—just as darkness    SB 10.13.45
  tamaḥ-vṛtaḥ—covered by material existence    SB 4.29.23-25
  utpāta-tamāḥ—very powerful symptoms    SB 4.5.12
  veśma-tamaḥ—the darkness of the house    SB 8.18.3
  vit-tamaḥ—well conversant.    SB 4.13.24
  yajña-vit-tamāḥ—who know perfectly well the purpose of sacrifice    SB 7.15.9

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