Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: varna

  varna—colored    Bg 11.5, SB 4.30.6
  varna—caste    SB 1.18.45
  varna—castes    SB 2.8.16
  varna—of varnas    SB 3.21.52-54
  varna—of the letters    SB 6.16.32
  varna—complexion    SB 8.8.9
  varna—syllables    Adi 3.54
  varna—color    Madhya 15.229
  varna—of color    Madhya 20.172
  varna—bodily complexion    Antya 15.64
  varna-dvayi—the two syllables.    Antya 1.99, Antya 1.120
  bhava-varna—the luster of transcendental ecstasy    Adi 4.271-272
  citra-varna—printed with varieties of colors    Adi 13.113
  syama-varna—of blackish hue    Madhya 10.166
  syama-varna—blackish color    Madhya 24.235
  syamala-varna—having a blackish complexion    Madhya 10.164
  cari varna—four colors    Madhya 20.330
  cari varna dhari—accepting these four colors    Madhya 20.330
  cari varna-asrami—followers of the four social and spiritual orders of life    Madhya 22.26
  eka varna—one complexion    Madhya 5.136
  gaura-varna—having a golden or fair complexion    Madhya 10.164
  gaura-varna—white complexion    Madhya 13.106
  krsna varna—Krsna's name.    Madhya 8.24
  krsna-varna—blackish color    Adi 3.38
  krsna-varna-sabdera—of the word krsna-varna    Adi 3.55
  pita-varna—the color yellow    Adi 3.37
  pita-varna—having a yellow color    Adi 3.40
  pita-varna—yellowish color    Madhya 20.364
  pita-varna dhari—assuming the color yellow    Madhya 20.340
  pita-varna ha-ila—became yellowish.    Antya 3.232
  rakta-pita-varna—the mangoes were red and yellow in color    Adi 17.83
  rakta-varna dhari—assuming a reddish color.    Madhya 20.335
  tat-varna-guna—whose color is the same as that of the mode of passion (reddish)    SB 5.14.7
  tara varna—Her bodily complexion    Adi 4.268
  varna-abhivyanjakam—indicating the classification (brahmana, ksatriya, vaisya, sudra, etc.)    SB 7.11.35
  varna-matra—only the color    Adi 13.115
  varna-matra—color only    Madhya 20.174
  varna-sangrathane—in the sense of tying together words    Madhya 24.18
  varna-sankara—unwanted children    Bg 1.42
  varna-sankarah—unwanted progeny.    Bg 1.40
  varna-sankarah—unwanted population.    SB 1.18.45
  varna-samamnaye—in the aggregate of all alphabets    SB 7.15.53
  varna-vesa-bheda—by differences of dress and color    Madhya 20.187
  varna-asrama—the institution of four castes and four orders of life    SB 1.2.13
  varna-asrama—the four divisions of social statuses and orders of spiritual culture    SB 3.7.29
  varna-asrama—the system of eight social orders    SB 4.14.18
  varna-asrama—of the Aryan civilization of four varnas and four asramas    SB 7.2.12
  varna-asrama—pertaining to the particular material and spiritual divisions of varna and asrama    SB 7.13.14
  varna-asrama-dharma—the institution of four castes and four asramas    Madhya 9.256
  varna-asrama-dharma—the regulative principle of four varnas and four asramas    Madhya 22.93
  varna-asrama-vatah—in terms of strictly following the principles of varnasrama    SB 5.26.30
  varna-asrama-vatibhih—by followers of the institution of the four varnas and four asramas    SB 5.19.10
  varna-asrama-acara—the practices of the varnasrama system    SB 5.22.4
  varna-asrama-acara-vata—who behaves according to the system of four divisions of social order and four divisions of spiritual life    Madhya 8.58
  varna-asrama-acara-yutam—based on the principles of the four divisions of society and the four divisions of spiritual advancement    SB 7.11.2
  varna-asramibhih—by persons who strictly followed the regulative principles of the four varnas and four asramas    SB 7.4.15
  varna-asramanam—of all the statuses and orders of life    SB 1.4.17-18
  varna-asramanam—of the varnas and asramas    SB 3.22.38
  yatha-varna-vidhanam—in terms of different castes    SB 5.19.19

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