Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: hasta

  hasta—hands    SB 4.29.4, Adi 5.100-101, Adi 5.185, Adi 6.38, Madhya 7.37, Madhya 11.6, Madhya 14.22, Madhya 14.135
  hasta—hand    Adi 12.25, Madhya 12.148, Madhya 13.91, Madhya 20.222
  hasta—like hands    SB 4.9.6
  hasta—of His hand    SB 4.20.22
  hasta—from the hands    SB 7.8.26
  hasta—Hasta    SB 9.24.49
  hasta—cubits    Adi 3.42
  hasta—the hands    Madhya 2.13
  hasta—the hand    Madhya 8.284
  hasta—of the hand    Madhya 13.97
  hasta—arms    Antya 14.65-66

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: hasta

  hasta-padera—of the hands and legs    Adi 13.113, Madhya 2.12
  sire hasta dhari—keeping His hand on their heads.    Madhya 3.14
  sri-hasta—his hand    Antya 18.61
  sri-hasta carana—the palm and the sole    Adi 14.16
  sri-hasta-sparse—by the touch of the transcendental hand of Lord Caitanya    Madhya 13.31
  sri-hasta-yuge—with His two arms    Madhya 13.117
  hasta dharila—caught the hand    Antya 6.204
  hasta diya—placing His hand.    Madhya 11.137
  hasta diya—keeping His hand.    Madhya 15.273
  hasta diya—putting their hands    Antya 2.126
  hasta hale—my hands tremble    Antya 20.93
  hasta tuli—raising the arms    Madhya 13.120
  hasta tuli—raising His hands    Antya 12.128
  hasta-agrahye—when the destination is out of the reach of His hands    SB 10.8.30
  hasta-grahah—he who accepted my hand    SB 9.18.20-21
  hasta-grahah—husband    SB 9.18.22
  hasta-grhita-padmaya—taking a lotus flower in the hand    SB 4.8.23
  hasta-muktah—freed from the clutches of the Lord    SB 7.8.27
  hasta-pada—the arms and legs    Antya 17.16
  hasta-pada—arm and leg    Antya 18.52
  hasta-pada-anguli—fingers and toes    Antya 3.210
  hasta-pada—arms and legs    Antya 14.65-66
  hasta-pada—the arms and legs    Antya 17.21
  hasta-padau—hands and legs    SB 4.29.15
  hasta-stham—while still in the hand of Bali    SB 8.10.43
  hasta-trayam—three cubits    SB 8.24.19
  hasta-yuga—His two arms    Madhya 13.51
  hasta-yuktanam—of the animals with hands, like the tigers    SB 6.4.9
  pada-hasta—legs and hands    Madhya 13.107
  sva-hasta—own hand    Antya 6.301
  sva-hasta-calane—moving His own hand.    Madhya 21.135