Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: yoginah

  yoginaḥ—transcendentalists    Bg 15.11, SB 3.16.19, SB 4.24.62, Madhya 9.29
  yoginaḥ—of the yogī    Bg 6.19, SB 3.28.10, SB 3.32.27
  yoginaḥ—the yogīs    SB 3.2.19, SB 3.19.28, SB 3.25.43
  yoginaḥ—the mystics    Bg 4.25, SB 2.1.21
  yoginaḥ—yogīs    SB 3.21.13, SB 3.32.10
  yoginaḥ—the Kṛṣṇa conscious persons    Bg 5.11
  yoginaḥ—of the devotee.    Bg 8.14
  yoginaḥ—of different kinds of mystics    Bg 8.23
  yoginaḥ—for the mystics    SB 1.9.29
  yoginaḥ—of the yogīs or persons trying to advance in spiritual life    SB 5.6.4
  yoginaḥ—mystics who are competent    SB 8.3.27
  yoginaḥ—greatly powerful mystics.    SB 8.21.1
  yoginaḥ—all the bhakti-yogis.    SB 9.11.22
  yoginaḥ—first-class mystic yogīs, or bhakti-yogīs    SB 9.21.18
  yoginaḥ—the first-class yogī or mystic    Madhya 22.146
  ekānta-yoginaḥ—equal to the achievements of the greatly successful mystic yogīs    SB 8.22.6-7
  ku-yoginaḥ—inexperienced mystics.    SB 4.13.48

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