Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tapa

  tapa—austerities    Madhya 21.119, Antya 16.143, Antya 16.149
  tapa—austerity    Adi 17.24, Madhya 9.113, Madhya 21.114
  tāpa—miseries    SB 1.11.10, SB 3.5.40
  tāpa—of sufferings    SB 5.16.25, Antya 18.1
  tāpa—burning    SB 1.15.27
  tāpa—distress    SB 3.5.39
  tāpa—heat    SB 3.26.43
  tāpa—by miseries    SB 8.5.13
  tāpa—and misery    Adi 4.63
  tāpa—body temperature    Madhya 4.106
  tāpa—miserable conditions of life    Madhya 24.60
  tāpa-traya—the threefold miseries    SB 3.22.32, Madhya 20.104, Madhya 22.13
  tāpa-traya—from the threefold miseries    SB 3.31.16, Madhya 25.149
  tāpa-traya—of threefold miseries    Adi 1.91, Madhya 24.100
  agni-tāpa—heating by a fire    Madhya 17.66
  manaḥ-tāpa—burning of the mind    Antya 15.13
  param-tapa—O annihilator of enemies    SB 4.1.14
  param-tapa—O king who can suppress enemies    SB 9.24.12
  saṁsāra-tāpa—of the miseries of this material world    SB 5.11.16
  tapa chāḍi—giving up all such processes of penance and austerity    Madhya 24.216
  tapa kare—perform austerities    Antya 16.147
  tapa kare—undergoes austerity    Antya 17.47
  tapa kari—undergoing severe austerities    Madhya 9.122
  tat-tāpa-upaśa-manīm—which pacifies the miseries of the forest of material life    SB 5.14.1
  tāpa-karī—causing displeasure    Madhya 6.157
  tāpa-karī—generator of pains    Madhya 8.156
  tāpa-kṣaya—reduction of temperature.    Madhya 4.160
  tāpa-traya—threefold miseries    SB 1.1.2
  tāpa-traya—three kinds of miseries    SB 1.5.32
  tāpa-traya—threefold agonies    SB 3.28.31
  tāpa-traya—by the threefold miserable conditions (adhyātmika, adhidaivika and adhibautika)    SB 7.6.14
  tāpa-traya—the three kinds of miserable conditions    Madhya 20.102
  tāpa-varjitaḥ—without heat.    SB 4.6.32

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