Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dhrta

  dhrta—a law upheld    Madhya 8.147, Madhya 9.114, Madhya 24.54
  dhrta—taking up    SB 1.9.37
  dhrta—taken into    SB 1.19.15
  dhrta—accepting    SB 3.16.20
  dhrta—who had assumed    SB 3.20.8
  dhrta—who accepted    Adi 3.66
  dhrta—who took up    Madhya 16.145
  dhrta—offered    Madhya 23.21
  dhrta—caught    Antya 16.87
  dhrta—sustained    SB 3.13.40
  dhrta—captured    SB 3.13.40
  dhrta—maintained by transcendental education    SB 5.5.24

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: dhrta

  dhrta-adrih—having taken the mountain.    SB 8.7.17
  dhrta-anghri-padmah—whose lotus feet are bound    Madhya 25.128
  dhrta-anjali-putah—with hands touched to the head    SB 4.7.23
  dhrta-bhagavat-vratah—having accepted the vow to serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.7.13
  dhrta-dandaya—unto the immediate chastiser    SB 3.14.35
  dhrta-eka-garbha—who conceive one child    SB 5.17.12
  dhrta-haya—controlling the horses    SB 1.9.39
  dhrta-isudhih—taking a quiver of arrows    SB 8.15.8-9
  dhrta-mani-ganam—because of being decorated with valuable jewels    SB 10.8.30
  dhrta-maunah—completely silent.    Madhya 24.178
  dhrta-rupaya—in the form of Varaha    SB 3.19.13
  dhrta-vidya—having taken to education    SB 4.2.26
  dhrta-vrataih—by qualified brahmanas.    SB 4.13.27
  dhrta-vratam—completely dedicated to a vow    SB 4.1.42
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in spiritual qualities    SB 1.5.13
  dhrta-vratah—taken to a vow.    SB 3.14.1
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in the execution of the Vedic injunctions    SB 6.1.56-57
  dhrta-vratena—under a strict disciplinary vow    SB 1.4.28-29
  dhrta-vratesu—one who is engaged in the performance of sacrifice.    SB 4.7.13
  dhrta-vrata asi—you have undertaken sacred vows    SB 3.24.3
  dhrta-vratam—taken to vows    SB 4.28.32
  dhrta-vratah—taking it as a vow.    SB 4.6.44
  dhrta-vratah—accepted vows    SB 6.5.25
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in vows    SB 8.1.22
  dhrta-vratah—with vows of determination.    SB 9.9.13
  dhrta-vrataya—unto one who has taken such a vow.    SB 3.8.7
  dhrta-atmabhih—by persons able to control the mind    SB 10.12.12
  dhrta-atmanam—of persons who are self-realized.    SB 10.1.58
  pratyak-dhrta-aksa—eyes settled for introspection    SB 3.8.4
  sutra-dhrta—taking the aphorisms    Adi 8.47