Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vancha

  vāñchā—desire    Adi 4.36-37, Adi 4.50, Adi 4.121, Adi 4.221, Adi 13.52, Madhya 1.86, Madhya 1.205, Madhya 11.167
  vāñchā—desires    Adi 4.93, Adi 4.165, Madhya 1.82, Madhya 18.41, Madhya 19.175
  vāñchā—the desire    Madhya 8.218, Madhya 19.158, Antya 20.17
  vāñcha—you desire    Madhya 16.140
  vāñchā—desire for    Adi 1.90
  vāñchā—a desire    Madhya 6.187
  vāñchā—of the desires    Madhya 8.182
  eka vāñchā—one desire    Antya 11.31, Antya 16.22
  anya-vāñchā—other desires    Madhya 19.168
  bhakta-vāñchā—the desire of the devotee    Antya 11.102
  bhṛtya-vāñchā—the desire of His servant    Madhya 15.166
  hita vāñcha—desire the welfare    Madhya 15.169
  kṛṣṇa-vāñchā—of the desire of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Adi 4.87
  kṛṣṇa-vāñchā—all the desires of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.164
  kṛṣṇa-vāñchā—the desire of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 14.198
  mokṣa-vāñchā—the desire to merge into the Supreme    Adi 1.92
  mokṣa-vāñchā—the desire for being liberated    Madhya 24.101
  nija-vāñchā—His own desires, karila    Adi 4.221
  sukha-vāñchā—desire for happiness    Adi 4.186
  viṣaya-vāñchā—desire for material advantage    Antya 9.73
  vāñchā bhari—fulfilling desires    Adi 4.114
  vāñchā haila—there was a desire    Madhya 18.46
  vāñchā haya—is My desire    Madhya 9.172
  vāñchā haya—I desire    Madhya 10.97
  vāñchā kari—desiring    Madhya 10.98
  vāñchā-antara-hīna—he has no other desire than to serve Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 24.182
  vāñchā-antare—because of a different ambition    Madhya 24.27
  vāñchā-pūraṇa—fulfilling the desire    Antya 16.47
  vāñchā-siddhi—perfection of desire    Antya 11.36
  āmāra manaḥ-vāñchā—the desire of My mind    Madhya 13.131

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