Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kantha

  kantha—their necks    Madhya 8.80, Madhya 8.232, Madhya 9.121, Antya 7.29
  kantha—necks    SB 4.6.29, Madhya 17.218
  kantha—neck    SB 5.5.31, Antya 13.127
  kantha—quilt    Madhya 20.85, Madhya 20.88
  kantha—throat    SB 4.23.14
  kantha—on the neck    SB 8.18.3
  kantha—torn quilt    Madhya 25.183
  kantha—a patchwork cotton wrapper    Antya 6.312
  kantha—quilt    Madhya 20.84
  kantha—the torn quilt    Antya 14.45

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: kantha

  kantha dhari—catching the necks    Antya 14.42, Antya 15.24
  chinda kantha—a torn quilt    Madhya 20.36
  siti-kantha—O blue-throated one    SB 4.3.12
  siti-kantha-garhinah—who have blasphemed Lord Siva    SB 4.4.18
  kantha dhari—embracing the neck    Adi 4.109
  kantha-daghna—up to the neck    Antya 18.89
  kantha-dhvani—the sound of the voice    Adi 3.41
  kantha-dhvani—the voice from His throat    Madhya 17.34
  kantha-dhvani-ukti—vocal expressions    Antya 17.26
  kantha-mala—neck beads    Antya 13.114
  kantha-svare—in his original voice.    Antya 2.153-154
  kantha-abharana—and with an ornament covering the neck    SB 10.5.17
  kantha-abharanam—ornamented with beautiful jewelry    SB 8.8.41-46
  krsna-kantha—the neck of Krsna    Antya 18.89
  kantha chinda—torn quilt    Madhya 19.129
  kantha la-ila—he took the quilt    Madhya 20.88
  kantha lana—taking this quilt.    Madhya 20.86
  kantha-khani—the quilt.    Madhya 20.87
  pika-svara-kantha—a very sweet voice like a cuckoo's    Antya 13.128
  prabhu-kantha—the neck of the Lord    Adi 8.75
  prabhu-kantha-dhvani—the musical voice of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 17.197
  a-kantha puriya—filling up to the throat    Madhya 11.209
  apana-kantha—His own quilt    Antya 19.72