Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kriya

  kriya—activities    SB-4.21.35, SB 4.24.62, SB 4.31.16, SB 6.1.41, SB 6.19.12, SB 7.10.65-66, Madhya 23.39
  kriya—action    SB 3.26.31, SB 4.17.29
  kriya—Kriya    SB 4.1.39, SB 4.1.49-52
  kriya—pastimes    SB 2.10.36
  kriya—working    SB 3.10.16
  kriya—enjoyment of fruitive activities    SB 3.21.21
  kriya—of actions    SB 3.21.30
  kriya—actions    SB 3.29.33
  kriya—fruitive activities    SB 3.32.20
  kriya—senses    SB 4.17.33
  kriya—working senses    SB 4.20.11
  kriya—activities of the senses    SB 4.20.12
  kriya—performances    SB-4.21.34
  kriya—activity    SB 4.29.67
  kriya—the activities of the senses    SB 5.18.37
  kriya—with activities    SB 5.19.25
  kriya—spiritual activities    SB 6.4.46
  kriya—such activities    SB 7.12.29-30
  kriya—the verb    Adi 4.35

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: kriya

  kriya-advaitam—oneness in activities    SB 7.15.62, SB 7.15.64
  bhajana-kriya—performance of devotional service to Krsna (surrendering to the spiritual master and being encouraged by the association of devotees, so that initiation takes place)    Madhya 23.14-15
  sraddha, maitri, daya, santih, tustih, pustih, kriya, unnatih, b—names of thirteen daughters of Daksa    SB 4.1.49-52
  sravana-adi-kriya—the process of hearing, chanting and so forth    Madhya 22.106
  dravya-jnana-kriya-atmakah—consisting of the material elements, the senses for acquiring knowledge, and the acting senses    SB 6.15.25
  dravya-kriya-devatanam—of (sacrifices including various) paraphernalia, activities and demigods    SB 4.12.10
  iccha-jnana-kriya—thinking, feeling, willing, knowledge and activity    Madhya 20.254
  kriya-arhanan—suitable for offering to the yajna in the sraddha ceremony    SB 9.6.7
  kriya-arthaih—by fruitive activities and their results    SB 5.18.36
  kriya-arthah—for the matter of sacrifice    SB 2.7.47
  kriya-arthe—for acting    SB 3.5.51
  kriya-artha—for fruitive activities.    SB 3.9.9
  kriya-avasane—at the end of one's prescribed duties    SB 2.2.14
  kriya-sakti—the creative energy    Madhya 20.252
  kriya-sakti-pradhana—the predominator of the creative energy    Madhya 20.255
  kriya-saktih—initiation that creates    SB 2.5.24
  kriya-saktih—the five senses of activities    SB 2.5.31
  kriya-saktih—endowed with active power    SB 3.26.23-24
  kriya-saktih—the senses of action    SB 3.26.31
  kriya-saktih—the energy for activities, or the working senses    SB 4.28.58
  kriya-gunaih—by activities or qualities.    SB 4.29.3
  kriya-jnanam—the art of performing ritualistic ceremonies    SB 9.22.38
  kriya-kalapaih—by practical activities    SB 9.5.25
  kriya-kalapah—whose total activities    SB 5.1.6
  kriya-kanda—ritualistic ceremonies    SB 8.5.35
  kriya-kandesu—in the matter of fruitive activities    SB 4.24.9
  kriya-mulah—whose root is the performance of yajna and the ritualistic ceremonies mentioned in the Vedas    SB 7.2.11
  kriya-phalam—the result of such sacrifice    SB 5.7.6
  kriya-phalam—the results of moving the body here and there, such as feeling fatigue    SB 5.12.4
  kriya-phalam—the result of any fruitive activity    SB 6.16.11
  kriya-phale—when the fruit of the action.    Madhya 24.26
  kriya-tantun—all spiritual activities    SB 8.13.35
  kriya-tyagah—to give up the duty of a householder    SB 7.15.38-39
  kriya-ucitam—according to the activity.    SB 4.7.51
  kriya-udayah—awakening of activities (work).    SB 3.10.15
  kriya-udbhavaih—produced from different activities    SB 7.7.26
  kriya-visesa—pompous ceremonies    Bg 2.42-43
  kriya-yajnan—activities and sacrifices (which elevate one to a higher planetary system)    SB 7.15.52
  kriya-yogah—devotional service    SB 4.13.3
  kriya-yogena—by bhakti-yoga worship    SB 3.21.7
  kriya-yogena—by devotional activities    SB 3.29.15
  kriya-yogah—all activities    SB 1.5.34
  kriya-asrayah—manifested by such symptoms    SB 2.5.19
  kriya-atmakah—predominantly material activities.    SB 2.5.23
  kriya-atmane—unto You, the supreme form of all sacrifices    SB 3.13.39
  kriya-ayasan—full of laborious activities    SB 4.29.28
  pitr-kriya—rituals performed after the death of the father    Adi 15.24
  sat-kriya-arthah—simply for pleasing Your Lordship    SB 3.9.13
  sva-kriya—personal duties    SB 3.5.38
  veda-kriya—by ritualistic ceremonies according to the directions of the Vedas    SB 10.2.34