Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: chaya

  chaya—six    Adi 1.27, Adi 1.33, Adi 1.37, Adi 1.43, Adi 7.3, Madhya 24.149, Madhya 24.161, Madhya 24.210, Antya 11.9, Antya 19.83
  chāyā—shadow    SB 7.15.59, SB 8.7.30
  chaya—6    Adi 13.80
  chāyā—protection    SB 1.13.8
  chāyā—by the shade    SB 5.1.3
  chāyā—Chāyā, another wife of the sun-god    SB 6.6.41
  chāyā—Chāyā    SB 8.13.8
  chaya vatsara—six years    Adi 13.12, Adi 13.38, Madhya 1.246
  chaya vatsara—continuously for six years    Adi 13.35, Madhya 25.240
  chaya vatsara—for six years    Madhya 1.19, Madhya 1.23
  chaya-rūpe—in six forms    Adi 2.99, Adi 2.100
  bāra chaya—six times    Madhya 24.149
  chaya darśana haite—from the six philosophical principles    Madhya 25.56
  chaya mata—six different theses    Madhya 25.53
  chaya prakāra—six kinds.    Madhya 24.158
  chaya vatsara—six years.    Madhya 1.285
  chaya vibheda—therefore there are six varieties.    Madhya 24.155
  chaya-śata—six hundred    Madhya 20.388
  chaya-jana—six persons    Madhya 24.150
  chaya-ṛtu—the six seasons    Adi 17.238
  chāyā-sītā—the illusory form of Sītā    Madhya 9.211-212
  chāyā-sītām—the illusory form of mother Sītā    Madhya 9.211-212
  chāyā-ātapau—the shelter for all who are suffering from ignorance    SB 8.5.27
  ei chaya—all these six    Madhya 24.145
  ei chaya-rūpe—in these six features    Adi 1.32
  hāta pāṅca-chaya—five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half)    Antya 14.64
  pada-chāyā—the shade of the feet    Adi 5.230
  pāṅca chaya—five or six kinds.    Madhya 15.214
  pāṅca chaya—five or six    Madhya 25.204
  pāṅca-chaya—five or six    Madhya 3.49
  pāṅca-chaya jane—five or six men.    Madhya 16.276

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