Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sthah

  sthah—situated    SB 3.30.5, SB 4.20.8, Adi 4.116

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: sthah

  antah-sthah—the set of letters so known (ya, ra, la and va)    SB 3.12.47
  bhuta-sthah—in the cosmic manifestation    Bg 9.5
  cakra-sthah—in the orbit    SB 3.11.13
  sarira-sthah api—though dwelling in the body    Bg 13.32
  dhisnya-sthah—situated on the altar of sacrifice    SB 8.15.8-9
  dvah-sthah—keeping at the door    SB 1.18.34
  dura-sthah—although staying a long distance away    SB 9.16.14
  hrdi antah sthah—within one's heart    SB 1.2.17
  jala-sthah—situated on water    SB 3.27.12
  jana-sthah—a person situated in a material body    SB 7.15.56
  kha-sthah—situated in the sky    SB 3.13.19
  kuta-sthah—with concentration of the mind    SB 2.2.34
  kuta-sthah—one who is unchanged    SB 3.5.50
  kuta-sthah—unchangeable    SB 3.26.20
  kuta-sthah—changeless    SB 4.9.15
  kuta-sthah—without any change    SB 4.16.19
  kuta-sthah—without being affected by anything    SB 7.3.31
  kuta-sthah—fixed in his constitutional position    Antya 4.178
  nabhah-sthah—in the sky.    SB 3.23.38
  nairgunya-sthah—transcendentally situated    SB 2.1.7
  nitya-sattva-sthah—ever remaining in sattva (goodness)    Bg 2.45
  prakrti-sthah—being situated in the material energy    Bg 13.22
  prakrti-sthah—being in contact with material nature    SB 1.11.38
  prakrti-sthah—residing in the material body    SB 3.27.1
  prakrti-sthah—situated in the material nature    Adi 2.55
  prakrti-sthah—within this material world    Adi 5.87
  puspaka-sthah—seated on the airplane made of flowers    SB 9.10.44
  ratha-sthah—from the chariot    SB 1.9.37
  ratha-sthah—who was on the chariot (Lord Krsna)    Madhya 16.145
  sada-sthah—while situated in the assembly of the Visvasrks    SB 4.5.20
  sattva-sthah—one who is situated in the mode of goodness    Bg 14.18
  su-sthah—being undisturbed and mentally composed    SB 10.3.27
  sva-sthah—always situated in His transcendental position    SB 4.11.21
  sva-sthah—situated in self-realization    SB 4.28.64
  svabhava-sthah—according to the modes of nature    SB 2.5.34
  svarupa-sthah—being situated in oneís constitutional position    SB 4.23.18
  vana-sthah—vanaprastha, one who, after retirement from family life, goes to the forest to learn how to be detached from family life    Madhya 13.80
  vesma-sthah—situated in a house    SB 3.23.26
  vivikta-sthah—situated in a lonely place    SB 1.4.27
  vrata-sthah—being situated in a vow    SB 5.26.29
  vrtti-sthah—occupation    Bg 14.18
  yoga-sthah—steadfast in yoga    Bg 2.48
  yatana-sthah—always situated in extremely miserable conditions    SB 5.26.9
  atma-sthah—situated in his own self    SB 7.15.55