Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: drsah

  drsah—vision    SB 1.5.14, SB 3.15.50
  drsah—sight    SB 1.11.25
  drsah—on sight    SB 3.1.42
  drsah—eyes    SB 3.15.42
  drsah—whose faculty of judgment    SB 3.16.10
  drsah—observer    SB 4.6.47
  drsah—and vision    SB 4.31.3
  drsah—of the eye    SB 6.4.12
  drsah—of all directions    SB 9.5.7

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: drsah

  kurpa-drsah—whose vision is grossly situated in the bodily conception of life    Madhya 24.166, Madhya 24.213
  milita-drsah—closing their eyes    Madhya 24.176, Madhya 24.178
  sama-drsah—having the same ecstatic emotions    Madhya 8.224, Madhya 9.123
  asat-drsah—for a person with polluted vision    SB 5.17.20
  bhinna-drsah—having a differential outlook    SB 3.29.26
  mantra-drsah—who know the science of mantra    SB 9.4.10
  pasu-pala-pankaja-drsah—the gopis who are always dependent on Krsna, the cowherd boy    NoI 10
  parak-drsah—of a person who has only external vision.    SB 8.19.9
  phulla-drsah—their faces looking very bright because of transcendental pleasure    SB 10.13.8
  prthak-drsah—the same persons who see differently    SB 4.6.48
  prthak-drsah—persons who see everything as separate from the control of the Lord.    SB 10.4.27
  sama-drsah—of one who is equally kind to one and all    SB 1.9.21
  sama-drsah—equipoised    SB 4.12.37
  sama-drsah—and who are equal toward all    SB 8.23.8
  sama-drsah sabde—by the word sama-drsah    Madhya 8.225
  sarva-drsah—who know everything    Antya 1.188
  udvigna-drsah—appeared very anxious    SB 4.10.6