Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: avyakta

  avyakta—unmanifested    Bg 12.5, SB 1.4.16, SB 3.10.12, SB 3.15.5, SB 4.16.10, SB 8.18.12
  avyakta—nonmanifested    Bg 2.28
  avyakta—the unmanifest    Bg 8.18
  avyakta—the impersonal feature    SB 2.6.11
  avyakta—transcendental    SB 3.8.33
  avyakta—by the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.1.13
  avyakta—inconceivable    SB 5.23.2
  avyakta—from unmanifested nature    SB 10.10.12
  avyaktä—unmanifested    Bg 12.5

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: avyakta

  ananta-avyakta-rüpeëa—by the unlimited, unmanifested form    SB 7.3.34
  avyakta-bandho—O my Lord, You are the inaugurator of the unmanifested (the original mahat-tattva or prakåti)    SB 10.3.26
  avyakta-gateù—of one whose movements are invisible    SB 1.19.36
  avyakta-gateù—the movement of which is imperceptible    SB 3.32.37
  avyakta-gatiù—whose movement is imperceptible    SB 4.27.29
  avyakta-gatiù—whose glories are inconceivable    SB 5.19.9
  avyakta-karmaëaù—whose activities are unknown to everyone.    SB 8.7.35
  avyakta-liìgaù—without manifesting your real identity    SB 5.10.20
  avyakta-liìgaù—whose symptoms of sannyäsa are unmanifested    SB 7.13.10
  avyakta-liìgäù—whose cause is unmanifested    SB 4.4.21
  avyakta-mülam—self-situated    SB 3.8.29
  avyakta-mürtinä—unmanifested form    Bg 9.4
  avyakta-märga-vit—knower of that which we do not know.    SB 3.20.9
  avyakta-pada—who sing unclear songs    SB 5.13.16
  avyakta-rävaù—because of choking, he could not even make a sound    SB 10.7.28
  avyakta-ätmanaù—of the unmanifested    SB 3.12.48