Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: cakra

  cakra—disc    SB 3.21.10, SB 6.1.34-36, SB 6.4.35-39, Adi 14.7, Adi 17.13, Madhya 20.224, Madhya 20.225, Madhya 20.227, Madhya 20.228, Madhya 20.229 (and more...)
  cakra—wheel    SB 2.7.16, SB 4.7.20, SB 4.8.47, SB 4.24.47-48
  cakra—discus    SB 3.28.13
  cakra—a multitude    SB 4.9.20-21
  cakra—the cycle    SB 7.7.37
  cakra—carrying His disc    SB 8.3.31
  cakra—with discs    SB 8.10.36
  cakra—cakravaka birds    Adi 2.2
  cakra—the wheel on the top    Madhya 11.195
  cakra—and disc    Madhya 20.238
  cakra—the wheel on the top of the temple    Antya 4.51

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: cakra

  sankha-cakra—conchshell and disc    Adi 5.27-28, Adi 17.14
  cakra-adi-dharana—holding of the weapons, beginning with the disc.    Madhya 20.223, Madhya 20.237
  alata-cakra-praya—exactly like a wheel of fire    Madhya 20.393
  sankha-cakra-gada-dharah—bearing the transcendental weapons: the conchshell, disc and club.    SB 6.9.28
  sankha-cakra-gada-dharah—bearing the conchshell, disc, club and lotus flower.    SB 8.17.4
  sankha-cakra-gada-dhara—and holding the weapons of Visnu (conchshell, disc and club)    SB 10.4.10-11
  sankha-cakra-gada-padma—of the conchshell, disc, club and lotus    SB 10.3.30
  sankha-cakra-gada-rajiva-pana-yah—holding conchshell, disc, club and lotus flower in Their hands    SB 10.13.47-48
  cakra-aksa—the two wheels and the axle    SB 10.7.7
  cakra-anila—whirlwind    SB 3.14.25
  cakra-apadesat—from that weapon named the Sudarsana cakra.    SB 5.24.14
  cakra-bhrami—making a circular movement like a wheel    Madhya 13.82
  cakra-danda-adi—the wheel, the rod, and so on    Adi 5.64
  cakra-hastam—disc in hand    Bg 11.46
  cakra-kara—the disc in the hand.    Madhya 20.224
  cakra-kutah—which deceives the living entity into the wheel.    SB 5.11.6
  cakra-nadi—the Cakra-nadi River (generally known as the Gandaki)    SB 5.7.10
  cakra-paneh—of Lord Visnu, who has a disc in His hand    SB 7.5.14
  cakra-sthah—in the orbit    SB 3.11.13
  cakra-tapitah—being very much harassed by the Sudarsana cakra    SB 9.5.1
  cakra-vatena—by the demon in the shape of a whirlwind (Trnavarta)    SB 10.11.25
  cakra-adi—the disc    Adi 6.38
  cakra-adi—of the disc and other weapons    Madhya 20.195
  cakra-adi—of weapons, beginning with the disc    Madhya 20.221
  cakra-adi—beginning with the disc    Madhya 20.222
  cakra-adi-dharana—stamping the body with different names and symbols of the Lord.    Madhya 24.332
  cakra-adika—the wheel, etc.    Adi 2.29
  cakra-ayudham—bearing the disc weapon    SB 4.16.21
  jyotih-cakra—of the zodiac    Madhya 20.386
  krsna-cakra—by the disc weapon of Krsna    SB 7.1.46
  kala-cakra-gatah—positioned in the wheel of time    SB 5.22.5
  kala-cakra-nija-ayudham—whose personal weapon is the disc of time    SB 5.14.29
  lila-cakra—the cycle of Krsna's pastimes    Madhya 20.393
  para-cakra—of the enemiesí military strength    SB 9.15.31
  pavana-cakra—by a whirlwind    SB 10.7.24
  samsara-cakra—of the cycle of birth and death    SB 7.9.16
  taila-yantra-cakra-vat—like the wheel of an oil-pressing machine    SB 5.21.13
  visnu-cakra-upatapitah—being scorched by the blazing fire of Lord Visnuís disc    SB 9.4.55