Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: anubhavah

  anubhavah—a result    Madhya 8.147, Madhya 9.114, Madhya 24.54
  anubhavah—realization of God and the living entity    SB 5.5.24
  anubhavah—who experiences    SB 5.14.1
  anubhavah—experience    SB 1.17.45
  anubhavah—perception    SB 2.9.22
  anubhavah—very great, powerful    SB 4.23.30
  anubhavah—in such an attitude    SB 5.1.38
  anubhavah—greatness in discharging devotional service    SB 5.23.1
  anubhavah—being equipped    SB 6.13.16
  anubhavah—glory    SB 7.5.47
  anubhavah—great activities    SB 8.5.6
  anubhavah—the signs    Madhya 23.18-19

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: anubhavah

  bhagavat-asrita-asrita-anubhavah—the consequence of taking shelter of a devotee who has similarly taken shelter of a spiritual master in the parampara system (one is sure to get out of the great nescience of the bodily concept of life).    SB 5.13.25
  brahma-atma-anubhavah—perception of his own position as the Supreme Spirit    SB 5.15.7
  gita-anubhavah—whose glories are described    SB 9.8.27
  guna-anubhavah—possessing transcendental qualities and glories    SB 5.25.13
  krsna-anubhavah—the unlimited potency of Lord Krsna (by which He can deliver a devotee)    SB 8.4.14
  maha-anubhavah—expanded influence    SB 3.14.48
  maha-anubhavah—the great soul    SB 4.16.27
  maha-anubhavah—the great personality    SB 5.5.28
  maha-anubhavah—a great soul.    SB 5.10.1
  maha-anubhavah—Bali Maharaja, who was a great and exalted soul    SB 8.23.1
  maha-anubhavah—great minds    SB 1.19.8
  maha-anubhavah—the exalted brahmanas.    SB 8.15.4
  para-anubhavah—who was very exalted in spiritual realization    SB 5.13.24
  sukha-anubhavah—perception of happiness    SB 6.9.33
  sukha-anubhavah—experiencing the state of spiritual bliss    SB 7.9.32
  ananda-anubhavah—full of transcendental bliss    SB 5.4.14
  ananda-anubhavah—feeling transcendental bliss    SB 5.5.35