Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: anubhava

  anubhava—experience    SB 5.19.4, Adi 4.135, Antya 16.108-109
  anubhava—subordinate ecstasy    Madhya 23.48, Madhya 23.51
  anubhava—perceive.    Adi 2.26
  anubhava—affectionate feelings    Adi 4.249
  anubhava—perception    Madhya 20.164
  anubhava—mercy    SB 1.15.17
  anubhava—realizations in Krsna consciousness.    Adi 3.85
  anubhava—subecstasy.    Madhya 19.180
  anubhava—the ecstatic symptom    Antya 17.70

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: anubhava

  anubhava haila—there was perception    Madhya 21.79
  anubhava kaila—perceived    Madhya 4.78
  anubhava-adhvani—to the path of perception    Madhya 23.95-98
  anubhava-ananda—blissful perception    SB 5.9.9-10
  anubhava-ananda-svarupah—whose form is blissful and full of knowledge    SB 7.6.20-23
  anubhava-atmanah—of the purely conscious    SB 2.9.1
  anubhava-atmani—which is always thought of (beginning from the lotus feet and gradually progressing upward).    SB 6.2.41
  bhagavat-anubhava-upavarnanam—which describes the process of God realization    SB 5.19.10
  kari anubhava—I can understand.    Adi 4.241
  kevala-anubhava-ananda-svarupah—Your form is sac-cid-ananda-vigraha [Bs. 5.1], and whoever perceives You becomes transcendentally blissful    SB 10.3.13
  krsna-anubhava—rapt in thought of Krsna    SB 2.4.3-4
  mahat-anubhava—the conception of great souls    Adi 6.54
  maha-anubhava—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead Sri Krsna    SB 1.5.21
  maha-anubhava—the supremely opulent    SB 6.9.33
  tri-loka-manohara-anubhava—O You who are perceived as the most beautiful within the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  ubhaya-anubhava-svarupena—by understanding the proper situation of the body and the soul    SB 5.5.30
  vijnera anubhava—realization by experienced devotees    Adi 6.104
  amara anubhava—perception of Me    Madhya 25.118