Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: santa

  śānta—peaceful    Adi 3.45, Adi 8.55, Adi 13.120, Madhya 19.149, Madhya 22.78-80
  śānta—pacified    SB 4.31.3, Adi 17.146, Adi 17.147
  śānta—neutrality    Madhya 19.185, Madhya 23.53
  śānta—neutral    Madhya 23.45, Madhya 24.164
  śānta—completed    SB 3.21.37
  śānta—serene    SB 3.26.26
  śānta—mild    SB 3.26.45
  śānta—of neutrality    Madhya 8.86
  śānta—the position of equilibrium    Madhya 19.214
  śāntā—pacified    SB 1.15.28
  śāntā—peaceful    SB 4.28.44
  śānta-rase—in the mellow of neutrality    Madhya 19.219, Madhya 23.54
  śiśira-śānta—which is so peaceful and cool    SB 5.8.25
  śānta bhakta—devotees in the neutral stage of devotional service    Madhya 24.164
  śānta haila—became peaceful.    Antya 6.34
  śānta haila—became pacified    Antya 16.134
  śānta hañā—being pacified    Madhya 14.213
  śānta hañā yāya—will be decreased.    Antya 12.106
  śānta kari—pacifying    Adi 17.252
  śānta kari—making pacified    Madhya 15.259
  śānta-bhakta—the neutral devotees    Madhya 19.189
  śānta-bhaktera—of devotees on the platform of neutrality    Madhya 24.32
  śānta-cittāya—whose mind is peaceful    SB 3.32.42
  śānta-dhīḥ—very peaceful    SB 6.17.36
  śānta-dāsya-rase—in the transcendental mellows of neutrality and servitude    Madhya 19.195
  śānta-medham—the still sacrificial animals    SB 4.7.33
  śānta-rajasam—pacified passion    Bg 6.27
  śānta-rase—on the stage of śānta-rasa, or neutrality    Madhya 19.211
  śānta-ratim—attachment on the platform of śānta-rasa    Madhya 19.212
  śānta-rayaḥ—the force of the blast reduced    SB 10.7.26
  śānta-rūpe—O mother    SB 3.25.38
  śānta-rūpe—O mother, the symbol of peacefulness    Madhya 22.162
  śānta-vigraham—having a peaceful personality    SB 4.2.2
  śānta-vāk—in silence    SB 4.4.24
  śānta-ṛkṣa—none of the constellations were fierce (all of them were peaceful)    SB 10.3.1-5
  śānta-ādi rasera—of the mellows beginning from neutrality    Madhya 23.56
  śānta-ātmā—a peaceful attitude    SB 9.2.11-13
  śāntā iva—as if fatigued    SB 3.20.36
  mahā-śānta—very peaceful.    Madhya 15.296
  sva-śānta-rūpeṣu—unto the peaceful devotees of the Lord    SB 3.2.15

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