Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: akincana

  akiïcana—of devotees who have nothing to do with the material world    SB 7.4.42
  akiïcana—unalloyed    Adi 10.66
  akiïcana—without material possessions    Madhya 22.78-80
  akiïcana—without any attachment for anything material    Madhya 22.93
  akiïcanä—without any motive    SB 5.18.12
  akiïcanä—without motive    Adi 8.58
  akiïcanä—without material desires    Madhya 22.76

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: akincana

  akiïcana jana—poor men    Adi 13.109
  akiïcana kåñëadäsa—Akiïcana Kåñëadäsa    Antya 10.9-11
  akiïcana-gaù—approachable by the materially free    SB 4.31.29
  akiïcana-gocaram—one who is approached easily by the materially exhausted man.    SB 1.8.26
  akiïcana-gocaraù—within the reach of the unalloyed devotees    SB 6.11.23
  akiïcana-vittäya—unto the property of the materially impoverished    SB 1.8.27
  akiïcana-vittäya—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is the only asset of persons who have no material possessions    SB 5.19.11