Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sparsa

  sparśa—touch    SB 2.5.26-29, SB 2.6.4, SB 5.11.10, Adi 4.247, Adi 5.104, Adi 12.26, Madhya 2.34, Madhya 7.144-145, Madhya 10.54, Madhya 13.97 (and more...)
  sparśa—touching    SB 1.10.11-12, SB 1.19.33, SB 3.21.10, SB 3.29.16, SB 4.9.49, Madhya 11.167, Madhya 20.289, Antya 7.10
  sparśa—the touch    Adi 2.54, Madhya 2.34
  sparśa—senses    SB 1.6.34
  sparśa—roughly handled    SB 1.8.5
  sparśa—touched by    SB 2.7.25
  sparśa—from contact    SB 5.16.18
  aṅga-sparśa—touch of the body    Antya 18.49
  caraṇa-sparśa—touch of the lotus feet    Antya 12.29
  śrīmat-pāda-sparśa—by the touch of the lotus feet    Madhya 25.77
  kara-sparśa—shaking hands    SB 1.11.22
  pāda-sparśa kaila—touched with His feet    Madhya 16.224
  pāda-sparśa-vilajjitaḥ—being ashamed because Durvāsā was touching his lotus feet    SB 9.5.2
  pāṇi-sparśa-akṣamābhyām—which were so delicate that they were unable to bear even the touch of Sītā’s palm    SB 9.10.4
  sparśa ha-ila—there has been touching    Madhya 13.182
  sparśa nāhi kare—he does not touch.    Antya 9.72
  sparśa-anukūlām—happy for the touch    SB 3.9.20
  sparśa-gandha—even the slightest contact.    Adi 5.86
  sparśa-jam—derived by touch sensation    SB 4.9.9
  sparśa-maṇi—touchstone    Madhya 2.34
  sparśa-maṇi—the touchstone    Madhya 6.279
  sparśa-mātre—as soon as I touched it    Antya 18.49
  sparśa-mātreṇa—simply by touching    SB 9.9.12
  sparśa-tanmātrāt—which evolves from the subtle element touch    SB 3.26.38
  sparśa-vedibhyaḥ—than those perceiving touch    SB 3.29.29
  sparśa-yogya—fit to be touched    Madhya 11.156
  su-sparśa—soft to the touch    SB 3.33.16
  tat-kara-sparśa—because of being touched on the head by the lotus hand of Nṛsiṁhadeva    SB 7.9.6
  tumi hao sparśa-maṇi—you are certainly a touchstone.    Madhya 24.277
  tāra sparśa haile—if I touch them    Antya 4.127

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