Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: rathah

  rathaḥ—chariot    SB 1.15.21, SB 4.29.18-20, SB 8.11.16
  rathaḥ—the chariot    SB 3.29.20, SB 4.10.15
  rathaḥ—a chariot    SB 8.15.5
  mahā-rathaḥ—a great fighter    SB 2.3.15, SB 9.9.26-27
  manaḥ-rathaḥ—his desire    SB 3.21.12, SB 4.9.44
  citra-rathaḥ—Dhruva Mahārāja, whose chariot was very beautiful    SB 4.10.22
  citra-rathaḥ—named Citraratha    SB 5.15.14-15
  mahā-rathaḥ—one who can fight alone against thousands    Bg 1.16-18
  mahā-rathaḥ—the great general    SB 1.14.30
  mahā-rathaḥ—the general who could fight alone with thousands of enemies    SB 1.17.28
  mahā-rathaḥ—who could fight with many chariots    SB 4.10.8
  mahā-rathaḥ—a great hero    SB 4.19.13
  mahā-rathaḥ—Bali Mahārāja, the great charioteer    SB 8.15.8-9
  mahā-rathaḥ—a greatly powerful fighter    SB 9.17.17
  mahā-rathāḥ—great chariot fighters.    Bg 1.6
  mahā-rathāḥ—the great generals    Bg 2.35
  mahā-rathāḥ—great heroes    SB 9.22.27-28
  manaḥ-rathaḥ—desirous.    SB 4.8.12
  manaḥ-rathaḥ—his mental aspiration    SB 5.1.22
  manaḥ-rathaḥ—created to be traversed by the chariot of the mind.    SB 9.18.49
  rūḍha-rathāḥ—while riding on the bullock carts    SB 10.11.33
  sa-rathāḥ—with chariots    SB 8.10.37
  sauraḥ rathaḥ—the chariot of the sun-god    SB 5.21.12

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