Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vairagya

  vairāgya—renunciation    SB 3.13.39, SB 3.24.32, SB 3.25.18, SB 4.23.18, SB 5.4.1, Antya 1.201, Antya 6.220, Antya 6.254, Antya 6.325
  vairāgya—detachment    SB 1.2.12, SB 1.9.26, SB 3.5.42, SB 5.5.28
  vairāgya—of renunciation    Madhya 6.75, Antya 6.263
  vairāgya—with renunciation    SB 3.25.27
  vairāgya—and renunciation    SB 3.25.43
  vairāgya—by detachment    SB 3.31.48
  vairāgya—renunciation or nonattachment    SB 5.19.9
  vairāgya—renouncement    Adi 10.22
  vairāgya—detachment from everything that does not help develop Kṛṣṇa consciousness    Madhya 6.254
  vairāgya—of the renounced order    Madhya 7.30
  vairāgya—regulative principles of the renounced order of life    Madhya 7.32
  vairāgya—complete renunciation    Antya 6.15
  śuṣka-vairāgya—dry renunciation    Madhya 23.105, Antya 8.65
  markaṭa-vairāgya—monkey renunciation    Madhya 16.238, Antya 6.14
  bāhya vairāgya—external renunciation    Madhya 16.243
  dharma-jñāna-vairāgya—of religion, pure knowledge and renunciation    SB 5.20.40
  jñāna-vairāgya—of real knowledge and detachment    SB 6.17.31
  kaiche vairāgya—how do they practice renunciation    Madhya 19.125
  markaṭa vairāgya—a renounced life like that of a monkey    Antya 2.120
  vairāgya-śikṣaṇa—teaching about the order of renunciation    Antya 2.168
  vairāgya-śikṣaṇa—instruction on the renounced order of life.    Antya 4.80
  vairāgya-dharma—from the life of a mendicant    Antya 3.105
  vairāgya-lakṣmīm—the fortune of renunciation    Madhya 24.348
  vairāgya-pradhāna—mostly in the renounced order of life.    Antya 2.88
  vairāgya-sāram—the entire purport of renunciation    SB 3.5.46
  vairāgya-ādi—the path of renunciation and so on    Madhya 22.145
  yukta-vairāgya—of proper renunciation    Madhya 23.105

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