Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: punya

  punya—pious    Bg 7.28, SB 1.11.12, SB 2.1.16, SB 3.21.40, SB 4.28.35-36, SB 6.16.16, Adi 9.40
  punya—piety    SB 3.1.17, SB 3.1.18, Adi 9.44
  punya—pious activities    SB 4.21.11, Antya 16.100
  punya—pious activity    Madhya 20.8, Madhya 20.28
  punya—virtuous    SB 1.1.16
  punya—virtues    SB 1.2.17
  punya—virtue    SB 1.10.27
  punya—sanctified    SB 3.16.21
  punya—of reactions of pious activities    SB 4.12.13
  punya—of the results of pious activities    SB 5.17.11
  punya—piety.    Adi 17.249
  punya—pious, purifying    SB 7.10.42

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: punya

  krta-punya-punjah—those who have accumulated volumes of pious activities.    Madhya 8.75, Antya 7.32
  punya-janan—the Yaksas    SB 4.11.7, SB 4.11.33
  krta-punya-punjah—all these boys, who had accumulated the results of life after life of pious activities.    SB 10.12.7-11
  punya kare—acts piously    Antya 16.131
  punya ksaya—destruction of piety    Adi 5.206
  punya lagi—simply for pious activity    Madhya 20.31
  punya-adri—there are nice mountains    SB 10.11.28
  punya-aranya—of a sacred forest    SB 5.8.29
  punya-bandhuh—highly pious    SB 6.5.31
  punya-sloka—of the devotees    SB 3.28.18
  punya-sloka-idya-karmanam—whose pious activities are praised by all great souls.    SB 6.10.5
  punya-slokaih—by famous persons who are celebrated as pious    SB 6.10.9
  punya-slokasya—of the great pious king    SB 1.8.32
  punya-slokasya—of one whose glories are sung by Vedic hymns    SB 1.14.1
  punya-slokasya—of the Personality of Godhead    SB 1.14.6
  punya-slokasya—of sacred renown    SB 4.12.48
  punya-slokah—very pious and advanced in spiritual consciousness    SB 5.24.18
  punya-slokan—pious by the very name    SB 1.12.18
  punya-slokanam—of pious reputation    SB 3.19.34
  punya-sravana-kirtanah—He is simply worshiped by hearing and chanting, by which one becomes purified.    SB 9.3.34
  punya-sravah—by hearing which    SB 4.22.22
  punya-gandha-vahah—which was full of fragrance    SB 10.3.1-5
  punya-jana—of the Yaksas    SB 4.10.14
  punya-jana—of higher living entities    SB 9.3.35
  punya-jana-vadhunam—who are wives of the most pious Yaksas    SB 5.16.18
  punya-jana-alayam—to the city of the Yaksas.    SB 4.10.4
  punya-janena—by a Yaksa    SB 4.10.3
  punya-janan—pious persons    SB 2.3.8
  punya-janah—the Yaksas    SB 4.11.4
  punya-karmanam—of the past.    Bg 18.71
  punya-kirtayah—persons of whom it is glorious to hear.    SB 9.14.1
  punya-kirtinam—who were all pious and celebrated    SB 9.1.5
  punya-kirteh—celebrated for virtuous activities    SB 4.8.6
  punya-krtam—of those who performed pious activities    Bg 6.41
  punya-lesah—fragment of pious acts.    SB 3.1.9
  punya-mandala—of groups of pious activities    Antya 1.138
  punya-phalam—the result of pious work    Bg 8.28
  punya-phale—as the fruit of pious activities    Madhya 7.47
  punya-punja-phale—by the result of many pious activities    Madhya 21.132
  punya-tamam—supremely virtuous    SB 1.10.26
  punya-tamam—most sacred    SB 3.33.31
  punya-tamah—the most sacred    SB 7.14.27-28
  punya-tamam—the most virtuous    SB 3.13.1
  punya-taman—most auspicious    SB 3.17.14
  punya-tamah—extremely sacred    SB 7.14.30-33
  punya-tara—especially flavored    SB 4.6.22
  punya-tirtha—those who are cleansed of all vice    SB 1.2.16
  punya-udayena—means of pious activities.    Antya 1.163
  sumahat-punya—very great and sacred    SB 9.15.12-13