Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dharma

  dharma—religion    Bg 2.7, SB 1.1.23, SB 1.3.43, SB 2.7.39, SB 4.7.27, SB 4.19.12, SB 4.22.34, SB 4.23.35, SB 5.19.9, SB 7.6.26 (and more...)
  dharma—religious principles    SB 4.20.15, SB 5.1.29, SB 5.2.1, SB 5.4.14, SB 6.1.47, SB 7.8.44, Adi 3.23, Adi 7.74, Adi 17.204, Madhya 5.42 (and more...)
  dharma—religiosity    SB 3.7.32, SB 4.24.13, Adi 1.90, Adi 4.33
  dharma—occupation    SB 4.30.16, Madhya 11.189
  dharma—activities.    Adi 9.32, Antya 4.81, Antya 8.77
  dharma—occupational duties    SB 1.9.28, SB-4.21.35
  dharma—religious practice    SB 3.28.3
  dharma—the religion    Adi 3.50, Adi 4.226
  dharma—characteristics    Adi 4.129, Madhya 20.247
  dharma—the duty    Adi 14.89, Antya 7.11
  dharma—the religious principles    Adi 17.210, Madhya 5.88
  dharma—duty    Madhya 3.177, Antya 4.179
  dharma—the principles    Madhya 6.234, Antya 6.222
  dharma—the occupational duty    Madhya 20.335, Madhya 20.336
  dharma—principles of religion    Bg 4.8
  dharma—for the right cause    SB 1.8.50
  dharma—acts of religion    SB 1.9.1
  dharma—piety    SB 1.9.12
  dharma—O personality of religious principles    SB 1.16.25
  dharma—O personality of religion    SB 1.17.25
  dharma—occupational duty    SB 3.6.33
  dharma—O Vidura    SB 3.20.31
  dharma—in religious activities    SB 3.21.26
  dharma—of Dharma, the god of piety    SB 3.21.51
  dharma—by their pious activities    SB 3.32.12-15
  dharma—of religious life    SB 4.19.31
  dharma—Dharmeyu    SB 9.20.4-5
  dharma—by Maharaja Dharma, or Dharmaraja    SB 9.22.27-28
  dharma—the character.    Adi 1.94
  dharma—characteristics of age    Adi 2.98
  dharma—religious    Adi 3.61
  dharma—characteristic function    Adi 5.29
  dharma—regular activities    Adi 7.48
  dharma—duties    Adi 7.69
  dharma—religious procedures    Adi 13.65
  dharma—of religious principles    Adi 17.255
  dharma—duties.    Madhya 3.178
  dharma—factual occupation    Madhya 6.121
  dharma—the occupation    Madhya 6.127
  dharma—principle    Madhya 8.183-184
  dharma—vow    Madhya 9.118
  dharma—My religion    Madhya 15.49
  dharma—in the form of dedication to the husband, etc.    Antya 1.167
  dharma—principles of devotional service.    Antya 10.100
  dharma—religion.    Antya 12.30
  dharma—characteristic nature    Antya 18.97

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: dharma

  yuga-dharma—the religion of the age    Adi 3.19, Adi 4.36-37, Adi 4.220
  dharma-jnah—one who knows the principles of religion    SB 1.19.40, SB 9.4.38
  dharma-sutah—the son of Dharmaraja    SB 1.9.15, SB 5.18.1
  loka-dharma—social etiquette.    Madhya 11.117, Madhya 21.143
  yuga-dharma—of the religion of the age    Adi 3.26, Adi 4.38
  akhila-dharma-bhavanam—who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human being.    SB 8.1.16
  akhila-dharma-setave—whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universe    SB 9.5.6
  ati-dharma-atma—exceedingly religious    SB 9.24.10-11
  bhagavat-dharma—devotional service    SB 4.22.22
  bhakta-dharma—of the duty of a devotee    Madhya 16.148
  bhakti-dharma—of devotional service    Adi 17.30
  bhinna bhinna dharma—different grades of religious principles.    Madhya 17.184
  bhagavata-dharma-darsanah—authorized preachers of Srimad-Bhagavatam    SB 5.4.11-12
  sasvata-dharma-gopta—maintainer of the eternal religion    Bg 11.18
  deha-dharma—necessities of the body    Adi 4.167-169
  dharma bujhaite—to establish principles of religion or duty.    Antya 2.143
  dharma chadi—giving up religious customs    Adi 4.31
  dharma sikhaite—to teach religious principles    Antya 4.82
  dharma dekhi—observing religious principles    Madhya 20.27
  dharma nahe—it is not the duty    Madhya 3.74
  dharma nahe—it is not My religion    Madhya 15.48
  dharma pravartana kare—introduces a particular type of religious activity    Madhya 20.341
  dharma samsthapana kare—establishes the principles of religion    Adi 5.113
  dharma sara—the essence of all religion.    Madhya 17.185
  dharma-abhirataya—unto one who has taken this religious vow    SB 3.8.7
  dharma-adharma—what is pious and what is impious    Antya 4.77
  dharma-adharma—piety and impiety    Antya 15.72
  dharma-alikam—cheating in religious principles (pretending to be the priest of the demigods, but secretly acting as the priest of the demons also)    SB 6.9.4
  dharma-amrtam—eternal religious principle of Krsna consciousness    Madhya 23.113
  dharma-anuvartinah—those who are pious and act according to the regulative principles or Vedic injunctions    SB 5.26.37
  dharma-artha-dugha—benefit derived from religion and economic development    SB 4.6.44
  dharma-artha-kama-moksa—the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation    SB 4.8.41
  dharma-artham—in religion or economic development    SB 7.15.15
  dharma-arthah—for spiritual advancement    SB 2.3.8
  dharma-aupayikam—which is a means to religious principles    SB 5.14.2
  dharma-avanaya—for the protection of religious principles    SB 6.8.19
  dharma-aviruddha—not against the religious principles    Bg 7.11
  dharma-avitari—the controller of religion    SB 4.4.17
  dharma-bhaya—religious principles.    Madhya 5.63
  dharma-bhrt—one who observes the religious principles    SB 4.23.1-3
  dharma-bhrtam—of those who strictly follow religious principles    SB 1.10.1
  dharma-bhrtam—of all the protectors of religion    SB 1.17.37
  dharma-bhrtam—of persons executing religious activities    SB 4.16.4
  dharma-badhah—obstructs the execution of oneís own religious principles    SB 7.15.13
  dharma-silaih—by persons respectful to the religious principles    SB 6.7.35
  dharma-silasya—who were strictly attached to religious principles    SB 10.1.2
  dharma-silah—those who are on the progressive path of liberation    SB 1.17.41
  dharma-silah—good character and behavior    SB 6.5.2
  dharma-siksa—religious teaching    Adi 14.83
  dharma-sastrani—scriptures giving right directions to progressive life    SB 1.1.6
  dharma-dhvajaya—to the hypocrites    SB 3.32.39
  dharma-dhyana—religious principles and meditation    Madhya 20.334
  dharma-dugha—producing sufficient milk for religiosity    SB 4.19.7
  dharma-dugham—beneficial because one can draw religion from her    SB 1.17.3
  dharma-drsam—of persons interested in maintaining religion    SB 6.2.2
  dharma-drk—possessing vision of religion.    SB 6.18.71
  dharma-eka-antasya—for one who is engaged in the ultimate occupational service    SB 1.2.9
  dharma-ghnah—they who break the principles of religion    SB 6.2.29
  dharma-gopta—protector of the occupational duties of everyone    SB 5.15.9
  dharma-gup—the protector of righteousness    SB 1.12.11
  dharma-guptaye—for the protection of religious principles    Madhya 8.146
  dharma-hetuh—the cause of advancement in spiritual life    SB 7.13.9
  dharma-hani haya—that is a religious discrepancy    Madhya 20.92
  dharma-jna—one who is aware of the principles of religion    SB 1.7.46
  dharma-jna—O one who knows the codes of religion    SB 1.17.22
  dharma-jna—O knower of the principles of religion    SB 4.17.18
  dharma-jna—O you, who are quite aware of religious principles    SB 9.9.30
  dharma-jnam—knower of religious principles    SB 4.28.43
  dharma-jnah—one who knows religious principles    SB 1.9.9
  dharma-jnah—the knower of religious principles    SB 4.17.19
  dharma-jnah—Dadhici, who knows the principles of religion    SB 6.9.54
  dharma-jnah—one who is aware of religious principles    SB 7.15.12
  dharma-jne—because He was fully religious    SB 9.10.51
  dharma-jijnasaya—with a desire to know the supreme, ultimate religious principle (devotional service)    SB 6.12.23
  dharma-jna—fully conversant with religious principles    SB 7.11.28
  dharma-jnan—persons who are aware of religious principles    SB 4.24.26
  dharma-jnana-vairagya—of religion, pure knowledge and renunciation    SB 5.20.40
  dharma-jnana-adibhih saha—along with religious principles, transcendental knowledge, and so on    Madhya 24.321
  dharma-jnah—fully imbued with knowledge of religious principles    SB 6.1.13-14
  dharma-kala—wife of Dharmaraja    SB 1.3.9
  dharma-karma—all prescribed duties    Madhya 16.148
  dharma-karma—all religious activities and regulative principles    Antya 3.184
  dharma-ksetre—in the place of pilgrimage    Bg 1.1
  dharma-kovidah—completely conversant with religious principles.    SB 4.13.22
  dharma-krte—for the matter of religion    SB 1.5.15
  dharma-kama-artha-vimukti-kamah—persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation    SB 8.3.19
  dharma-kama-arthan—for religiosity and economic development    Bg 18.34
  dharma-marma—religion and morality.    Adi 14.87
  dharma-marma—real religious principles    Antya 7.106
  dharma-maryada—etiquette of religious principles    Adi 6.41
  dharma-mayah—personified religious scripture    SB 2.4.19
  dharma-mayah—full of religious principles    SB 7.2.11
  dharma-mayim—the director of all religious principles    SB 5.18.1
  dharma-mayena—which is full of religious principles    SB 9.5.7
  dharma-mulam—the root of religious principles    SB 7.11.7
  dharma-maninah—accepting as religious    SB 4.14.23
  dharma-nandanah—sons of religion personified    SB 1.9.12
  dharma-nasa—destruction of religion.    Antya 19.9
  dharma-parah—one who is strictly following religious principles    SB 4.17.31
  dharma-parayana—religious.    Madhya 5.83
  dharma-pataye—unto the master or propounder of religious principles    SB 5.14.45
  dharma-pathe—on the path of piety    SB 4.16.13
  dharma-patih—the father of religious life    SB 2.9.40
  dharma-patnyah—the wives of Yamaraja    SB 6.6.4
  dharma-pracarana—preaching of real religion    Madhya 11.98
  dharma-putrah—the pious king    SB 1.12.34
  dharma-putrah—Yudhisthira    SB 1.13.3-4
  dharma-palasya—of Yamaraja, the maintainer of religious principles    SB 6.1.34-36
  dharma-palah—the protector of religion    SB 1.18.46
  dharma-rupa-dhrk—assuming the form of religious principles    SB 2.10.42
  dharma-rajasya—of the king of religious principles, Yamaraja    SB 6.1.32
  dharma-rajasya—of King Yamaraja, who knows the religious principles    SB 6.1.38
  dharma-rajah—King Yudhisthira    SB 1.12.4
  dharma-rajah—Yamaraja, the superintendent of death and the judge of religious and irreligious activities    SB 6.3.1
  dharma-rajena—by King Yudhisthira    SB 1.13.12
  dharma-rat iva—like King Yamaraja (the superintendent of death)    SB 4.22.59
  dharma-samsrayah—under the protection of piety    SB 4.9.22
  dharma-samsthapana lagi—for establishing the etiquette of religious principles    Madhya 12.124
  dharma-sadane—in the house of Dharma    SB 4.1.56
  dharma-setave—who protects religious principles    SB 7.11.5
  dharma-setoh—the bridge of religion    Antya 1.155
  dharma-setu—protector of religion.    Adi 3.110
  dharma-setun—the bounds of prescribed religious principles    SB 5.26.22
  dharma-setunam—of religious principles    SB 4.12.12
  dharma-setunam—of the principles of religion    SB 4.16.4
  dharma-sthapana-hetu—to establish the principles of religion    Madhya 17.185
  dharma-sutam—by the son of Dharma (Maharaja Yudhisthira)    SB 3.3.18
  dharma-sutah—son    SB 1.7.49
  dharma-sutah—the son of Dharma (Yamaraja)    SB 1.8.47
  dharma-sunoh—of Maharaja Yudhisthira    SB 3.2.13
  dharma-sarathih—Dharmasarathi.    SB 9.17.11
  dharma-savarnih—Dharmasavarni    SB 8.13.24
  dharma-savarnye—in the Dharma-savarnya-manvantara    Madhya 20.327
  dharma-tattva-vit—one who is actually learned in regard to religious activities    SB 7.15.7
  dharma-varmani—the strong arms of religious principles    Madhya 24.320
  dharma-vatsalah—very much fond of religious principles    SB 4.24.26
  dharma-vatsalah—adherent to the principles of religion.    SB 9.4.11
  dharma-vatsalah—very religious.    SB 9.1.41
  dharma-vatsalah—extremely religious.    SB 9.2.16
  dharma-vimohitan—bewildered on the path of religion    SB-4.21.30
  dharma-vit—one who knows what religion is.    SB 1.4.27
  dharma-vit—one who knows the principles of religion.    SB 1.7.36
  dharma-vit—knowing the religious principles    SB 6.5.31
  dharma-vit—one who is actually advanced in religious principles    SB 7.15.11
  dharma-vit—completely aware of religious principles    SB 8.18.28
  dharma-vit—aware of all religious principles    SB 9.18.32
  dharma-vyatikarah—violation of religious principles    SB 4.19.35
  dharma-vyatikramam—the transgression of the regulative principles of religion    SB 9.4.44
  dharma-yonih—the father of all religion    SB 3.7.35
  dharma-yuktam—in terms of religious principles    SB 8.19.1
  dharma-yutam—completely in accord with the principles of religion    SB 8.19.2
  dharma-acari-madhye—among persons who actually follow the Vedic principles or religious system    Madhya 19.147
  dharma-adayah—all four principles of religious behavior    SB 1.5.9
  dharma-adayah—the three principles of material advancement, namely religion, economic development and sense gratification    SB 7.6.25
  dharma-adinam—of all religion, austerity and penance    SB 4.7.40
  dharma-adi—four principles of liberation    SB 1.7.24
  dharma-adi—religious performances, etc.    SB 7.14.27-28
  dharma-adi—of religious activities and so on    Madhya 25.121
  dharma-adisu—regarding spiritual life and economic development    SB 4.8.59-60
  dharma-adih—the path of religion    SB 1.4.28-29
  dharma-akhyam—by the name of religion    SB 5.7.6
  dharma-atma—righteous    Bg 9.31
  dui dharma—two principles    Madhya 16.140
  e-dharma kemata—what kind of etiquette is this.    Adi 17.145
  grha-dharma—activities of family life.    Adi 15.25
  grha-dharma—duties of family life    Adi 15.26
  grha-dharma—household duties    Madhya 21.143
  hindu-dharma—the religious principles of the Hindus    Adi 17.174
  jivera dharma—the situation of the conditioned soul    Madhya 17.132
  kali-yugera dharma—the occupational duty in the Age of Kali.    Madhya 20.339
  kara dharma nasa—you spoil their religious principles    Antya 8.75
  kare dharma nasa—destroys the regulative principles    Antya 8.16
  karena yuga-dharma—manifests His pastimes in different millenniums.    Madhya 20.330
  ksatra-dharma—expert in the duties of a ksatriya    SB 9.17.17
  kula-dharma—family business.    Antya 4.28
  lajja-dharma—shame and religion    Antya 16.128
  loka-dharma—customs of the people    Adi 4.167-169
  loka-veda-dharma—social and Vedic religious principles    Antya 14.43
  manah-dharma—speculative mental creations    Antya 4.176
  moksa-dharma-vit—the knower of the path of liberation.    SB 4.19.32
  mora nija-dharma—my own religious duty.    Antya 13.97
  mala-kara-dharma—the business of a gardener    Adi 9.8
  nija dharma-nasa—destruction of My religious principles.    Madhya 15.48
  nija-dharma—by your own principles of devotion    SB 3.23.8
  nija-dharma—own duty    Adi 7.42
  nija-dharma—one's own religion    Madhya 20.6
  nija-dharma yaya—I deviate from My duty.    Antya 4.180
  nija-dharma-bhavite—being situated in oneís original constitutional position    SB 4.8.22
  nivrtti-dharma—in religious activities for detachment    SB 3.32.6
  parama-dharma-vit—the most learned scholar in religious principles.    SB 9.1.6
  pati-vrata-dharma—the vow of chastity    Madhya 9.116
  pati-vrata-dharma—the religious principle of a chaste woman.    Antya 7.106
  prema-dharma—character of love of Godhead.    Antya 1.149
  samana-dharma—equally powerful    Madhya 20.316
  sannyasa-dharma—principles of a sannyasi    Madhya 6.74
  sannyasa-dharma—regulative principles of sannyasa    Madhya 6.117
  sannyasa-dharma—My regulative principles in the renounced order    Madhya 7.23
  sannyasira dharma—the religion of a sannyasi.    Antya 8.65
  sarva-dharma-vidam—of all religious persons    SB 9.22.18-19
  sat-dharma—of the eternal occupation    SB 3.25.11
  sat-dharma-siksa—instruction in the transcendental process of devotional service    Madhya 22.115
  satya-dharma—the religious principles of perfection (satya, sama, titiksa and so on)    Madhya 19.165
  sei vidhi-dharma—that is a regulative principle    Madhya 11.112
  smrti-dharma—regulative principles of the smrti-sastra.    Madhya 3.101
  sva-dharma—particular occupational duty    SB 2.1.6
  sva-dharma—own religious life    SB 3.23.7
  sva-dharma—by oneís own occupational duties    SB 3.32.6
  sva-dharma—occupational duties    SB-4.21.36
  sva-dharma—executing varnasrama-dharma    SB 7.9.46
  sva-dharma—duty    Adi 14.87
  sva-dharma-silaih—executing sacrificial duties    SB 4.13.4
  sva-dharma-ha—the killer of his own principles of religion    SB 5.26.15
  sva-dharma-nisthah—one who is situated in his own dharma, or occupation    SB 4.24.29
  sva-dharma-niratah—fully engaged in their respective occupational duties    SB 9.10.50
  sva-dharma-patham—the path of religion    SB 5.6.9
  sva-dharma-stha—one who is faithful to his prescribed duty    SB 1.17.16
  sva-dharma-tyaga—relinquishing one's occupational duties    Madhya 8.61
  sva-dharma-acaranam—executing oneís prescribed duties    SB 3.28.2
  sva-dharma-acarane—by executing one's occupational duty    Madhya 8.57
  suksma-dharma-marma—subtle intricacies of the religious system.    Madhya 11.112
  tamah-dharma—performed under the mode of ignorance    Antya 4.57
  tamah-dharma—on the platform of the mode of ignorance    Antya 4.60
  tat-dharma—concerning that religious principle    SB 9.4.38
  tat-dharma-paraih—by following in the footsteps of the Lord    SB-4.21.39
  vaisnava-dharma—the cult of Vaisnavism    Antya 3.147
  vairagya-dharma—from the life of a mendicant    Antya 3.105
  varna-asrama-dharma—the institution of four castes and four asramas    Madhya 9.256
  varna-asrama-dharma—the regulative principle of four varnas and four asramas    Madhya 22.93
  vayah-dharma—characteristics of age    Adi 4.112
  veda-dharma—Vedic injunctions    Adi 4.167-169
  veda-dharma—performance of Vedic rituals    Adi 8.8
  veda-dharma—the principles of Vedic religion    Adi 11.9
  veda-dharma—religious principles of the Vedas    Madhya 8.220
  veda-dharma—performance of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies    Madhya 22.59
  vidhi-dharma—regulative principles of religion    Adi 13.108
  vidhi-dharma chadi—giving up all regulative principles of the varna and asrama institution    Madhya 22.142
  viruddha-dharma—of conflicting characteristics    Adi 4.127
  viruddha-dharma-maya—consists of conflicting characteristics.    Adi 4.127
  vrata-dharma—vow to serve him    SB 4.23.20
  yati-dharma-cihna—the symptom of a person in the renounced order of life.    Madhya 15.189
  yatira dharma—the religious principle of a sannyasi    Antya 8.85
  yuga-dharma—acts in terms of the millennium    SB 1.4.16
  yuga-dharma—the religious practice for the age    Adi 3.40
  yuga-dharma—the religion of the millennium    Adi 17.316