Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: rasa

  rasa—mellow    Adi 4.46, Adi 4.57, Adi 4.223, Adi 4.225, Adi 4.264, Adi 7.144, Madhya 13.167, Madhya 23.48, Madhya 23.49, Madhya 23.94 (and more...)
  rasa—mellows    Adi 1.108-109, Adi 3.11, Adi 4.72, Adi 4.257, Adi 7.5, Adi 10.60, Madhya 8.119, Madhya 8.163, Madhya 24.43, Antya 17.44
  rasa—the mellows    Adi 4.73, Adi 17.317, Madhya 1.74, Madhya 8.214, Madhya 19.185, Madhya 23.52, Madhya 23.94
  rasa—of the mellow    SB 6.9.39, Adi 1.17, Adi 4.119-120, Antya 1.7
  rasa—transcendental mellow    Adi 4.261, Adi 17.301, Antya 5.103
  rāsa—of the rāsa dance    Adi 1.17, Madhya 1.5, Antya 1.7
  rāsa—rāsa dance    Adi 1.69-70, Adi 17.239, Madhya 21.107
  rasa—juice    SB 2.5.26-29, Madhya 23.43
  rasa—taste    SB 5.11.10, Antya 15.15
  rasa—the juices    SB 5.24.13, Madhya 19.179
  rasa—of the transcendental mellow    Madhya 25.150, Antya 4.220
  rasa—humor    SB 1.1.19
  rasa—of the nectar    SB 7.7.45
  rasa—the mellows of love    Adi 4.56
  rasa—and of mellows    Adi 4.81
  rasa—of mellow    Adi 4.217
  rasa—with humors    Adi 16.71
  rasa—such a mellow.    Adi 17.75
  rasa—and mellows    Madhya 8.286
  rasa—in mellows    Madhya 14.160
  rasa—mellows.    Madhya 15.141
  rasa—of transcendental mellows    Madhya 20.97
  rasa—these transcendental mellows    Madhya 23.99
  rasa—of mellows    Antya 4.230
  rasā—below the planet earth    SB 10.6.12
  rasā—fluid    Antya 4.5
  rāsa—humors    SB 3.2.14
  rāsa—amorous gestures like smiling    SB 5.2.12
  rāsa—dancing with the gopīs    Madhya 20.384
  rasa-ābhāsa—overlapping of transcendental mellows    Madhya 10.113, Antya 5.97, Antya 5.102, Antya 5.103
  rāsa-utsave—in the festival of the rāsa dance    Madhya 8.80, Madhya 8.232, Madhya 9.121, Antya 7.29
  rasa-āyanāḥ—a source of sweetness    Adi 1.60, Madhya 22.86, Madhya 23.16
  bhakti-rasa—the mellows of devotional service    Madhya 7.65, Madhya 24.353
  rasa-stomam—the group of mellows    Adi 4.52, Adi 4.275
  rasa-tattva—the truth about transcendental mellows    Madhya 8.263, Madhya 19.115
  rāsa-līlā—the rāsa dance    Adi 17.282, Madhya 8.114
  rāsa-rasa-tāṇḍavī—Kṛṣṇa, who is expert in dancing in the rāsa dance    Antya 19.35, Antya 19.35
  adhara-rasa—the taste of the lips    Adi 4.246
  akhila-rasa-amṛta-mūrtiḥ—the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely śānta, dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya and mādhurya    Madhya 8.142
  ambhaḥ rasa-mayam—water with taste    SB 3.5.35
  anya rasa—other tastes    Antya 16.121-122
  anya-rasa—other tastes    Antya 16.123
  aruṇa-rasa-udena—by reddish juice    SB 5.16.17
  avabodha-rasa—of Your internal potency    SB 3.9.2
  avabodha-rasa—by the mellow of knowledge    SB 4.13.8-9
  bhakti-bhakta-rasa-tattva—the truth about devotional service, devotees and their transcendental mellows    Antya 5.163
  bhakti-rasa—of the mellow of devotion    Adi 1.99
  bhakti-rasa—devotional inspiration    Adi 1.100
  bhakti-rasa—of the mellows in devotional service    Madhya 19.137
  bhakti-rasa-śāstra—transcendental literature about the mellows of devotional service    Madhya 19.131
  bhakti-rasa-jñāna—transcendental knowledge of the mellows of devotional service.    Madhya 23.3
  bhakti-rasa-prānta—the limit of the mellows of devotional service.    Adi 5.203
  bhakti-rasa-āśrayaḥ—the shelter of devotional service    Madhya 20.380
  brahma-rasa—of transcendental bliss (brahmānanda)    SB 4.4.15
  caitanya-rasa-vigrahaḥ—the form of all transcendental mellows    Madhya 17.133
  śeṣa-rasa—the remnants of the nectarean juice    Antya 16.147
  cit-maya-rasa—the platform of spiritual mellows    Madhya 8.159
  śrī-bhāgavata-tattva-rasa—the truth and transcendental taste of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam    Madhya 25.266
  śrṅgāra-rasa—of the mellow of conjugal love    Antya 19.41
  śuddha-dāsya-rasa—the pure and unalloyed mellow of service    Madhya 2.78
  śuddha-rasa—pure transcendental mellows    Madhya 14.230
  śyāma-rasa—of the mellow of conjugal love    Madhya 8.180
  śṛṅgāra-rasa—the conjugal mellow    Madhya 23.53
  śṛṅgāra-rasa-rāja-maya—consisting of the mellow of conjugal love, which is the king of mellows    Madhya 8.143
  eka-rasa—always existing    SB 10.13.54
  guṇa-rūpa-rasa—attributes, beauty and sweetness    Antya 14.49
  hena rasa—such transcendental mellows    Antya 5.76
  ikṣu-rasa—the liquid extract from sugarcane    SB 5.1.33
  ikṣu-rasa—sugarcane juice    SB 5.16.13-14
  ikṣu-rasa—of sugarcane juice    SB 5.20.7
  jana-netra-rasa-āyana—very pleasing to the eyes of everyone    Madhya 21.131
  jhuṭa-adhara-rasa—remnants of the juice of the lips    Antya 16.146
  kaṇḍu-rasā—a disease of wet, itching infections    Antya 4.20
  kaṇḍu-rasā—moisture oozing from the itches    Antya 4.133
  kaṇḍu-rasā—from wet, itching sores    Antya 4.153
  karṇa-rasa-ayana—most pleasing to the ear.    Madhya 8.255
  kṛṣṇa-bhakti-rasa—the transcendental mellows of devotional service to the Lord    Madhya 19.181
  kṛṣṇa-bhakti-rasa-bhāvitā—absorbed in the mellows of executing devotional service to Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.70
  kṛṣṇa-bhakti-rasa-maya—absorbed in the devotional service of Lord Kṛṣṇa.    Antya 5.71
  kṛṣṇa-kathā-rasa—discussion on Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 3.201
  kṛṣṇa-līlā-rasa—the mellow derived from the pastimes of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Antya 4.225
  kṛṣṇa-prema-rasa—the nectar of always merging in love of Kṛṣṇa    Adi 11.34
  kṛṣṇa-rasa—of transcendental mellows in relationship with Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 10.111
  kṛṣṇa-rasa—of the mellows of such service    Madhya 20.126
  kṛṣṇa-rasa—the transcendental taste of Kṛṣṇa    Antya 4.49
  kṛṣṇa-rasa—of the transcendental mellows of Kṛṣṇa    Antya 6.8
  kṛṣṇa-rasa—transcendental bliss and mellows in connection with Kṛṣṇa    Antya 20.69
  kṛṣṇa-rasa-bhakti—the transcendental mellows of devotional service.    Antya 1.57
  kṛṣṇa-rasa-kāvya—of exalted poetry concerning the mellows of Lord Kṛṣṇa's pastimes    Antya 1.179
  kṛṣṇa-rāsa-pañca-adhyāya—the five chapters in the Tenth Canto of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam in which Lord Kṛṣṇa's pastimes of the rāsa dance are described    Madhya 11.56
  līlā-rasa—the mellows of a pastime    Adi 4.98
  līlā-rasa—of the mellows tasted in the pastimes    Madhya 1.84
  līlā-rasa—transcendental pastimes    Madhya 1.96
  līlā-rasa—the mellows of the pastimes of the Lord    Madhya 17.137
  līlā-rasa—transcendental mellows of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's pastimes    Antya 20.70
  līlā-rāsa—Lord Kṛṣṇa performed His rāsa dance.    Madhya 8.254
  madhura-mukha-rasa—of the very sweet words from Your mouth    SB 6.9.41
  madhura-rasa—conjugal love    Madhya 19.185
  madhura-rasa—of the mellow of conjugal love    Antya 7.38
  mahā-rasa-ayana—the complete abode of transcendental mellow    Madhya 24.38
  mora kaṇḍu-rasā—my wet sores    Antya 4.138
  mādhurya-rasa—of the mellow of the conjugal relationship    Adi 4.49
  nava-rasā—being influenced by new ecstatic love    Antya 1.155
  nija-rasa—Your own transcendental mellow    Madhya 8.279
  nimba-niśindā-rasa—the juice of nimba fruit and niśindā.    Antya 4.163
  nānā-rasa-kupya-bhājanam—utensils made of various metals    SB 10.7.7
  pañca rasa—five kinds of transcendental mellow    Madhya 23.46
  pañca-rasa—five direct transcendental mellows    Madhya 19.188
  pañca-vidha rasa—five kinds of mellows    Madhya 23.53
  prema-phala-rasa—the juice of the fruit of devotional service    Madhya 19.163
  prema-rasa—of the mellow of love of God    Adi 4.15-16
  prema-rasa—the mellows of love    Adi 4.86
  prema-rasa—transcendental mellow of love    Adi 4.264
  prema-rasa—of transcendental love of Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 25.273
  prema-rasa—ecstatic mellows of emotional love for Kṛṣṇa    Antya 1.126
  prema-rasa—the transcendental mellows of ecstatic love    Antya 7.38
  prema-rasa āsvādana—tasting of the nectar of love of Kṛṣṇa.    Antya 3.265
  prema-rasa-līlā—description of ecstatic love and pastimes    Antya 5.87
  pūrṇa-rasa-rūpa—full with transcendental mellows    Adi 4.238
  rasa vicārila—elaborately explained the transcendental mellows.    Antya 4.226
  rasa āsvādana—tasting of transcendental mellows.    Madhya 14.159
  rasa-amṛta—the nectar of such a taste    Adi 6.105-106
  rasa-amṛta—the nectar of devotion or transcendental mellows    Madhya 8.141
  rasa-amṛtera—of the nectar of devotion    Madhya 8.141
  rasa-antara-āveśe—in the ecstatic love of different mellows    Antya 20.38
  rasa-ayanam—mellow.    Madhya 1.211
  rasa-ayanāḥ—pleasing    SB 3.25.25
  rasa-bhaṅge—a disturbance in the atmosphere.    Madhya 1.229
  rasa-bhakti—devotional service    Antya 1.219
  rasa-bharaḥ—overabundance of juice    Antya 1.160
  rasa-śūnya—without juice    Madhya 21.133
  rasa-śāstra—all transcendental literature concerning the pastimes of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa    Antya 1.218
  rasa-dayā—distributing all transcendental mellows    Madhya 10.119
  rasa-gaṇa-madhye—among all the mellows    Madhya 19.104
  rasa-gīta-śloka—verses and songs containing the mellows of transcendental bliss    Antya 20.4
  rasa-grahaḥ—one who has relished the mellow    SB 1.5.19
  rasa-grahaḥ—which perceives taste.    SB 3.26.41
  rasa-guṇe—and in the qualities of transcendental mellows    Madhya 14.156
  rasa-jña—of the name Rasajña    SB 4.25.49
  rasa-jña—those who enjoy transcendental mellows    Madhya 8.258
  rasa-jña—devotees    Antya 20.156
  rasa-jñaḥ—a devotee who can appreciate mellow tastes    SB 3.20.6
  rasa-jñaḥ—who accepts the essence of life    SB 4.31.21
  rasa-jñaḥ—one who is conversant with the science of mellows.    Madhya 8.206
  rasa-jñānām—who know the taste of mellows    Madhya 25.152
  rasa-jñāḥ—knowers of the mellows or humors.    SB 3.15.48
  rasa-keli-vārtām—talks about the pastimes of Śrī Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 19.1
  rasa-kulyā—Ramakulyā    SB 5.20.15
  rasa-kūpa-amṛtam—the nectar contained in that well    SB 7.10.62
  rasa-kāvya—poetry dealing with the mellows of devotional service    Madhya 4.193
  rasa-līlāra—of the pastimes of conjugal love between Kṛṣṇa and the gopīs    Madhya 8.293
  rasa-loha-mṛdaḥ—honey, gold and earth    SB 2.6.25
  rasa-maya—consisting of mellows    Adi 4.222
  rasa-maya—full of juice    Adi 17.85
  rasa-maya—overwhelmed by transcendental bliss.    Antya 9.3
  rasa-maya-kalevara—whose body is made of all transcendental bliss.    Madhya 14.155
  rasa-mayam—in the form of juices    SB 4.18.25
  rasa-mātram—the subtle element taste    SB 3.26.41
  rasa-mātrāt—which evolves from the subtle element taste    SB 3.26.44
  rasa-narma-dhārī—full of joking words    Antya 15.20
  rasa-nicayaiḥ—by drops of the juice    Madhya 8.211
  rasa-niryāsa—essence of mellows    Adi 4.32
  rasa-okāṁsi—in the lower planetary system known as Rasātala    SB 9.20.31
  rasa-puṣṭim—completion of the highest humor    Madhya 8.206
  rasa-pālān—unto the demons who guarded the nectar    SB 7.10.63
  rasa-rūpe—composed of transcendental mellows    Madhya 23.47
  rasa-rāja—the king of all transcendental humors    Madhya 8.282
  rasa-sindhu-pāre—the shore of the ocean of transcendental mellows.    Madhya 19.236
  rasa-sindhūnām—of the seas and oceans of water    SB 2.6.11
  rasa-sthitiḥ—reservoir of pleasure.    Madhya 9.117
  rasa-sthitiḥ—the reservoir of pleasure.    Madhya 9.146
  rasa-sukha-rāśi—the reservoir of transcendental mellows    Antya 20.48
  rasa-sūcaka—joking    Antya 17.40
  rasa-taraṅga—by the continuous waves of the mellow    Antya 1.171
  rasa-tattva—the truth of transcendental mellow    Madhya 25.265
  rasa-tattva-jñāna—transcendental knowledge of the humors of conjugal love between Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.307
  rasa-ullāsam—the superexcellence of the mellows    Madhya 14.1
  rasa-ullāsitam—because of being agitated by transcendental mellows    Madhya 14.181
  rasa-upakaraṇa—accessories of mellow.    Adi 4.217
  rasa-varjam—giving up the taste    Bg 2.59
  rasa-vedinaḥ—those perceiving taste    SB 3.29.29
  rasa-vettā—one who understands transcendental mellows    Antya 7.36
  rasa-viśeṣa—a particular mellow    Madhya 14.116
  rasa-vit—expert in relishing mellow nectar    SB 1.18.14
  rasa-vit—named Rasajña (expert in tasting)    SB 4.29.11
  rasa-vāsa—tasteful spices    Madhya 3.103
  rasa-vāsa—that which brings saliva.    Madhya 15.254
  rasa-vāsa—and other spices    Antya 10.29-30
  rasa-ābhāsa—of an adulterated taste of mellow    Madhya 14.157
  rasa-āśraya—mellows,    Madhya 2.79
  rasa-āśrayāḥ—full of all transcendental mellows.    Madhya 14.158
  rasa-āli—for tastes or mellows    Antya 16.119
  rasa-ānanda—tasting the pleasure of conjugal love    Madhya 2.78
  rasa-ārambhī—the initiator of the mellow    Madhya 1.5
  rasa-āsvāda—tasting of transcendental mellows    Madhya 23.99
  rasa-āsvādaka—the taster of transcendental mellows    Madhya 14.155
  rasa-āsvādana—a taste of juice.    Antya 4.238
  rasa-āsvādana—tasting transcendental bliss.    Antya 9.6
  rasa-āsvādana—tasting the transcendental mellows.    Antya 11.12
  rasa-ātmakam—composed of juice    SB 2.5.26-29
  rasa-ātmakaḥ—supplying the juice.    Bg 15.13
  rasa-āveśe—in absorption in ecstatic love    Madhya 14.230
  rasa-āveśe—in ecstatic mellows    Madhya 14.231
  rasa-āyana—something relishable    Antya 17.29
  rasa-āyane—very pleasing to    Antya 17.59
  rasā lāge—oozing moisture touches    Antya 4.134
  rasā-okasām—of the inhabitants of the lower regions    SB 3.18.3
  rasā-okasām—of the inhabitants of Rasātala    SB 3.18.11
  rasā-ādhipatyam—sovereignty of the lower planetary systems    SB 6.11.25
  rādhā-kṛṣṇa-līlā-rasa—the transcendental mellow of the pastimes of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa    Antya 4.224
  rādhā-kṛṣṇa-prema-rasa-jñānera—of transcendental knowledge about the loving affairs of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.239
  rādhā-prema-rasa—the mellow of the loving affairs between Rādhārāṇī and Kṛṣṇa    Adi 17.276
  rāsa chāḍi—leaving the rāsa dance    Madhya 8.112
  rāsa karena—performs the rāsa dance    Antya 18.117
  rāsa nā pāila lakṣmī—Lakṣmī, the goddess of fortune, could not join the rāsa dance    Madhya 9.120
  rāsa-krīḍā—pastimes of the rāsa dance    Madhya 9.134
  rāsa-līlā—the dancing in the rāsa-līlā    Madhya 8.113
  rāsa-līlā—the rāsa-līlā dance    Antya 18.6
  rāsa-līlā kare—performs rāsa-līlā dance    Antya 14.17
  rāsa-līlā-vāsanāte—in the desire to dance the rāsa dance    Madhya 8.113
  rāsa-līlāra—of the rāsa-līlā dance    Madhya 14.8
  rāsa-līlāra—of the rāsa dance    Antya 18.5
  rāsa-līlāra—of the rāsa-līlā    Antya 18.8
  rāsa-līlāya—in the pastimes of the rāsa-līlā    Antya 18.9
  rāsa-nṛtya—of rāsa dancing    Madhya 8.105
  rāsa-raṅge—His rāsa dance.    Madhya 18.9
  rāsa-sthalī dekhi—visiting the place of the rāsa dance    Madhya 18.72
  rāsa-sthalīra—the arena of the rāsa dance    Antya 13.73
  rāsa-sthalīra vālu—sand from the place where Lord Kṛṣṇa held His rāsa dance    Antya 13.67
  rāsa-unmukhaḥ—desiring to dance with    SB 2.7.33
  rāsa-utsava—dancing the rāsa-līlā    Adi 17.238
  rāsa-utsavaḥ—the festival of the rāsa dance    Adi 1.72
  rāsa-utsavāt—because of the performance of the rāsa-līlā    NoI 9
  rāsa-vilāsa—enjoyment of the rāsa dance    Adi 5.213
  rāsa-vilāsa—the rāsa dance    Madhya 2.56
  rāsa-vilāsa—dancing in the rāsa dance    Madhya 8.109
  rāsa-vilāsa—the enjoyment in the rāsa dance.    Madhya 9.118
  rāsa-vilāsa—the pastimes of the rāsa dance    Madhya 9.137
  rāsa-vilāsa—of the rāsa dance    Antya 17.60
  rāsa-vilāsī—the enjoyer of the rāsa dance    Adi 5.212
  rāsa-yātrā—rāsa dancing of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 15.36
  rāsa-ādi—beginning with the rāsa dance    Adi 4.114
  rāsa-ādi—such as the rāsa dance    Adi 4.115
  rāsa-ādi—the rāsa dance    Adi 7.8
  rāsa-ādi—the rāsa dance and other pastimes    Madhya 21.44
  rāsa-ādi līlā—the rāsa-līlā and other pastimes    Madhya 13.66
  rāsa-ādi-vilāsa—pastimes like the rāsa dance    Antya 5.45-46
  rāsa-ādika—beginning with the rāsa dance    Adi 4.81
  rāsa-ādika līlā—the pastimes of the rāsa dance    Madhya 13.143
  rāsa-ādika-līlā—pastimes like the rāsa dance    Adi 5.220
  rāsa-ārambha-vidhau—in the matter of beginning the rāsa dance    Adi 17.293
  sa-rasa—is palatable    Adi 4.246
  sa-rasa—very relishable    Madhya 15.68
  saba rasa—all the mellows    Adi 4.44
  saba rasa—all such transcendental mellows    Antya 1.204
  sama-rasa—equal mellows    Adi 4.257
  sapta-rasa—seven kinds of mellows    Madhya 19.187
  sarva-rasa-maya—the reservoir of all pleasure.    Madhya 15.139
  sarva-rasa-pūrṇa—the reservoir of all transcendental mellows.    Madhya 8.136
  sarva-rasa-ātmane—unto the all-pervading Supersoul.    SB 4.24.38
  sei rasa—those same transcendental mellows    Antya 1.204
  sevā-sukha-rasa—the mellow of devotional service.    Adi 7.145
  siddha-amṛta-rasa-spṛṣṭāḥ—the demons, thus being touched by the powerful mystic nectarean liquid    SB 7.10.60
  sva-rasa-unmādita—inspired by their own mellows    Antya 20.156
  tat-īkṣaṇa-utprema-rasa-āpluta-āśayāḥ—all the thoughts of the cowherd men merged in the mellow of paternal love, which was aroused by seeing their sons    SB 10.13.33
  tat-rasa-amṛta—by the transcendental mellow derived from that great literature    Madhya 25.146
  ujjvala-rasa—the conjugal mellow    Madhya 8.171
  vraja-līlā-prema-rasa—transcendental mellows of the pastimes of Vṛndāvana    Antya 1.199
  vraja-rasa—the transcendental mellows enjoyed in Vṛndāvana    Madhya 1.44
  vraja-rasa—the transcendental mellows in Vṛndāvana    Antya 1.205
  vraja-rasa-gīta—songs about the mellows of Vṛndāvana-dhāma    Madhya 14.232
  vātsalya rasa—the mellow of parental love    Madhya 19.228
  yei rasa—whatever the mellow of exchanges of love    Madhya 8.83
  ātmīyatā-sudhā-rasa—the nectar of affectionate relations    Antya 4.163

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