Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: rupe

  rupe—in the form    SB 2.9.26, SB 2.10.35, SB 7.9.47, Adi 2.26, Adi 2.59, Adi 2.98, Adi 4.99-100, Adi 5.132, Madhya 22.7, Madhya 22.8 (and more...)
  rupe—unto Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 19.121, Madhya 23.102, Antya 1.206, Antya 1.207, Antya 1.209, Antya 1.216
  rupe—in the forms of    SB 1.3.33, Adi 9.11, Madhya 15.134
  rupe—in beauty    Adi 4.141, Adi 4.214, Adi 4.242-243
  rupe—to Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 19.1, Antya 1.56, Antya 1.84
  rupe—Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.55, Antya 1.59
  rupe—in the feature of    SB 2.1.23
  rupe—and form    SB 6.19.13
  rupe—in the beauty    Adi 4.260
  rupe—in the features.    Adi 10.56
  rupe—unto Sri Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 19.116
  rupe—in forms    Madhya 20.167
  rupe—by the beauty    Madhya 24.49
  rupe—to Rupa    Antya 1.53
  rupe—with Srila Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.65
  rupe—upon Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.208
  rupe—as    Antya 6.202

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: rupe

  ei-rupe—in this way    Adi 5.134, Madhya 3.57, Madhya 7.82, Madhya 7.90, Madhya 9.63, Madhya 18.45, Madhya 21.86, Antya 16.150
  nana-rupe—in various ways    Adi 5.23, Madhya 2.27, Madhya 4.17
  sutra-rupe—in the form of a synopsis    Adi 13.7, Madhya 4.7, Madhya 19.136
  chaya-rupe—in six forms    Adi 2.99, Adi 2.100
  sri-rupe—to Srila Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 19.89, Madhya 19.135
  jagat-rupe—in the form of the cosmic manifestation    Adi 7.124, Madhya 6.170
  amsa-amsi-rupe—as the expansion and the original Supreme Personality of Godhead    Adi 5.154
  advaita-rupe—in the form of Advaita    Adi 6.16
  advaita-rupe—in the form of Advaita Acarya    Adi 6.20
  ananta sva-rupe—in unlimited forms    Madhya 21.47
  ananta-rupe—in unlimited forms    Adi 2.100
  antah-atma-rupe—in the form of the Supersoul    Adi 5.85
  caitanya-rupe—in the form of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Adi 2.109
  caittya-rupe—in the form of the Supersoul    Adi 1.58
  sesa-rupe—the form of Lord Sesa    Adi 5.10
  sesa-rupe—in form of Lord Sesa    Adi 5.117
  siksa-rupe—as an instruction    Madhya 16.236
  sri-rupe siksa karai—teaching Srila Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 1.243
  sri-rupe dekhiya—seeing Srila Rupa Gosvami    Madhya 19.48
  sri-rupe milite—to meet Srila Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.103-104
  sri-krsna-caitanya-rupe—in the form of Lord Sri Krsna Caitanya    Adi 6.109
  santa-rupe—O mother    SB 3.25.38
  santa-rupe—O mother, the symbol of peacefulness    Madhya 22.162
  sastra-guru-atma-rupe—in the form of Vedic literature, the spiritual master and the Supersoul    Madhya 20.123
  dhvani-rupe—the form of sound vibration    Madhya 21.140
  dui rupe—in two forms    Madhya 20.166
  dui-rupe—in two forms    Adi 1.68
  daru-brahma-rupe—in the form of Brahman as wood    Madhya 15.135
  ei chaya-rupe—in these six features    Adi 1.32
  ei-rupe—in this form    Adi 17.113
  eka-rupe—without change    Madhya 3.136
  eka-rupe—to the one    Madhya 19.121
  eta-rupe—in so many forms    Madhya 20.247
  gopinatha-rupe—in His arca incarnation as Gopinatha    Madhya 4.208
  guru-rupe—in the form of the spiritual master    Adi 1.45
  hari-dasa-rupe—both Haridasa Thakura and Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.49
  krsna-rupe—in the form of Lord Krsna    Adi 2.72
  manmatha-rupe—in the form of Cupid    Adi 5.213
  nava-vyuha-rupe—in nine Deities    Madhya 20.241
  nama-rupe—any material name or material form    SB 8.3.8-9
  nama-rupe—the name and form    SB 10.2.36
  nama-rupe—in the form of the holy name    Adi 17.22
  narayana-rupe—the form of Lord Narayana    Adi 5.26
  narayana-rupe—in the form of Lord Narayana    Adi 5.27-28
  narayana-rupe—in the form of four-handed Narayana.    Madhya 20.192
  panca-tattva-rupe—the Lord in His five forms    Adi 7.163
  prabhava-vaibhava-rupe—in the divisions of prabhava and vaibhava    Adi 2.97
  prana-rupe—like his life    Antya 10.40
  purusa-rupe—in the original form of Maha-Visnu    Madhya 20.265
  purva-rupe—as previously    Madhya 20.192
  rasa-rupe—composed of transcendental mellows    Madhya 23.47
  rupe milaila—introduced Rupa Gosvami    Antya 1.54
  rupe alingila—embraced Rupa Gosvami.    Antya 1.48
  sanksepa-rupe—briefly    Madhya 25.90
  sarva-rupe—in all these forms    Adi 5.11
  sei rupe—in that way    Antya 6.265
  sei-rupe—in that form    Adi 17.113
  sthula-rupe—the gross form    SB 5.16.3
  sva-anga-visesa-abhasa-rupe—in the form of a specific shadow from His personal body    Madhya 20.273
  sva-rupe—in the form of.    Adi 1.58
  sva-rupe—original form    Madhya 17.132
  sva-rupe—in identities    Madhya 24.80
  sva-vilasa-rupe—who describes the pastimes of Lord Krsna.    Madhya 19.121
  svayam-rupe—in the original form    Madhya 20.166
  sutra-rupe—in the form of notes    Adi 13.15
  tat-ekatma-rupe—in the form of tad-ekatma    Madhya 20.184
  tata-rupe—in as many forms    Adi 5.67
  tina-rupe—in three forms    Madhya 20.165
  tara rupe satrsna—attracted to her beauty    Antya 20.53
  vibhu-rupe—in His all-pervasive feature    Madhya 24.22
  visesa-rupe—and specifically    Adi 1.23
  visnu-rupe—in the form of Lord Visnu    Madhya 20.314
  vyasa-rupe—in the form of Vyasadeva    Adi 7.106
  ye-rupe—as    Madhya 7.112
  ye-rupe—by which process    Antya 20.20
  avarana-rupe—in the form of a covering    Madhya 20.193
  avarana-rupe—as a covering for the four sides    Madhya 20.241