Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sva

  sva—own    SB 1.7.41, SB 1.10.22, SB 1.19.17, SB 1.19.28, SB 2.10.9, SB 2.10.11, SB 3.14.18, SB 4.11.23, SB 4.18.25, SB 4.22.32 (and more...)
  sva—his own    SB 1.19.12, SB 3.18.8, SB 3.29.25, SB 4.18.29, SB 5.4.8, SB 6.11.9, Madhya 16.1, Madhya 21.100, Madhya 24.21
  sva—one’s own    SB 7.9.41, SB 7.15.32-33, SB 7.15.62
  sva—dog    SB 3.10.24, Adi 10.1
  sva—a dog    SB 2.3.19
  sva—dogs    SB 2.7.42
  sva—of dogs    SB 5.26.24
  sva—of a dog    SB 6.9.22
  sva—the dog    SB 7.14.11
  sva—personal, internal    SB 1.11.35
  sva—by your own    SB 1.17.20
  sva—in his own    SB 2.4.22
  sva—his    SB 3.30.31
  sva—by himself    SB 5.19.19
  sva—of their own    SB 5.24.29
  sva—with his wealth    SB 6.10.10
  sva—of one’s own    SB 7.5.3
  sva—personal, own    SB 7.9.44

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: sva

  sva-bhava—nature    SB 5.12.10, Madhya 14.141, Madhya 14.153, Madhya 24.11, Madhya 24.12, Madhya 24.104, Madhya 24.110
  sva-haste—with His own hand    Madhya 16.45, Antya 5.17, Antya 5.17, Antya 5.18, Antya 8.28
  sva-vivarena—through their nostrils    SB 3.15.43, Madhya 17.142, Madhya 24.45, Madhya 24.115, Madhya 25.158
  sva-rat—independent.    SB 3.24.10, Madhya 8.266, Madhya 20.359, Madhya 25.148
  sva-adah—a dog-eater    SB 3.33.6, SB 6.13.8-9, Madhya 18.125
  sva-pacam—a candala, or a person accustomed to eating dogs    Madhya 20.59, Antya 4.69, Antya 16.26
  sva-pacah—even from a family of dog-eaters    Madhya 19.50, Madhya 20.58, Antya 16.25
  sarva-sva—everything    Adi 1.15, Madhya 1.3, Antya 1.5
  sva-bhakti—of His own service    Adi 1.4, Adi 3.4, Antya 1.132
  sva-bhava—characteristic    Antya 8.17, Antya 9.24, Antya 17.57
  sva-dharmam—one’s own occupational duties    SB 4.24.53, SB 5.10.23, SB 9.10.54
  sva-mayaya—by His own potency    SB 4.17.31, SB 5.11.13-14, SB 8.3.8-9
  sva-rocisa—by His own effulgence    SB 2.5.11, SB 3.8.14, SB 8.18.3
  sva-pacah—a dog-eater    SB 3.33.7, Antya 16.27
  sva-pacah—dog-eaters    Madhya 11.192, Madhya 19.72
  sva-amsena—by a plenary portion    SB 8.13.23, SB 8.17.18
  sva-angam—his own body    SB 6.8.38, SB 10.8.30
  sva-antah-sthena—being situated in their hearts    Adi 1.63, Madhya 10.12
  sva-artham—own interest    SB 4.21.25, SB 7.13.28
  sva-artham—self-interest    SB 8.19.18, SB 10.10.10
  sva-bhartuh—of their master    SB 3.16.12, SB 8.21.9
  sva-bhava—the nature    Madhya 14.127, Madhya 20.105
  sva-bhava—the characteristic    Antya 3.59, Antya 3.267
  sva-saktya—by His own energy    SB 3.8.12, SB 3.11.15
  sva-damstraya—by His own tusks    SB 3.13.31, SB 6.8.15
  sva-deham—his own body    SB 5.1.16, SB 9.16.24
  sva-guruna—by his own spiritual master    SB 3.12.15, SB 8.20.16
  sva-haste—by His own hand    Madhya 8.193, Madhya 13.29
  sva-jana—kinsmen    SB 1.9.36, SB 4.3.18
  sva-mayaya—by His internal potency.    SB 3.3.8, SB 6.9.26-27
  sva-rupa—identity    Adi 1.69-70, Madhya 24.77
  sva-rupa—own form    Adi 1.75, Adi 4.61
  sva-rupa—forms    Madhya 20.402, Antya 14.33
  sva-rat—fully independent    SB 1.1.1, SB 3.12.54
  sva-rat—Indra    SB 4.19.17, SB 8.10.25
  sva-sva—their own    SB 6.6.9, SB 6.6.9
  sva-sva-bhojya-rucim prthak—different varieties of foodstuffs brought from home, with their separate and different tastes    SB 10.13.10, SB 10.13.10
  sva-sva-mata—their own personal opinions    Madhya 25.55, Madhya 25.55
  sva-sva-natha-sane—with their own predominating deities.    Madhya 21.17, Madhya 21.17
  sva-sva-prema-anurupa—according to one's own love    Adi 4.143, Adi 4.143
  sva-sadhu-krtyam—proper compensation    Adi 4.180, Antya 7.44
  sva-tejasa—by its own effulgence    SB 3.26.20, SB 7.8.24
  sva-tejasa—by his own prowess    SB 4.16.27, SB 4.21.52
  sva-tejasa—by His personal effulgence    SB 6.8.34, SB 8.11.26
  a-sva-arthaih—not meant for self-interest    SB 6.10.10
  a-sva-drk—one who has not seen himself (because of the darkness of the bodily conception of life)    SB 10.4.22
  ananta sva-rupe—in unlimited forms    Madhya 21.47
  bhagavatera sva-rupa—the real form of Srimad-Bhagavatam    Madhya 24.317
  sva-bhojanam—eatable by the dogs    SB 3.14.28
  sva-srgala-bhaksye—in the body, which is to be eaten by dogs and jackals.    Madhya 6.235
  sva-grdhraih—by dogs and vultures    SB 3.30.26
  sva-pacam—one born in a low family, or a dog-eater    SB 7.9.10
  sva-pataye—unto the master of the dogs    SB 9.21.9
  sva-pakam—the fifth-grade candalas    Madhya 23.27
  sva-pakah api—even though born in a family of dog-eaters    Madhya 19.74
  sva-pakan—the lowest of human beings, who are accustomed to eat dogs    Madhya 20.138
  sva-pakan—the lowest grade of human beings, who are accustomed to eating dogs    Madhya 25.136
  sva-vat—like a dog who takes food from the kitchen in the absence of the proprietor    SB 9.10.22
  sva-vrttih—the occupation of the dogs    SB 7.11.18-20
  sva-vrttya—by the profession of the dogs    SB 7.11.18-20
  sva api—even a dog    Adi 9.1
  santera sva-bhava—the characteristic of santa-rasa    Madhya 19.218
  idrk-sva-lilabhih—by this Damodara in His transcendental pastimes    Madhya 19.230
  gata-sva-artham—without being properly utilized    SB 1.13.26
  hata-sva-kanta-smaranena—the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Krsna were dead    SB 10.12.26
  inhara sva-bhava—his characteristics    Antya 8.82
  karuna sva-bhava—kind behavior    Madhya 18.42
  krsnera sva-rupa—Krsna's personality    Madhya 17.135
  krsnera sva-rupa—the transcendental form of Krsna    Madhya 20.149
  prabhura sva-bhava—the characteristics of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Madhya 25.8
  premera sva-bhava—the nature of love of Godhead    Antya 20.28
  sahaja sva-bhava—natural characteristic.    Antya 2.34-35
  sarva-sva—all possessions    Adi 17.128
  sarva-sva-arthah—all interests of life    Madhya 20.347
  sarva-sva-bhak—which displays the all-in-all    Adi 4.259
  sei sei sva-bhave—in those transcendental qualities    Madhya 14.153
  sva yam—personally    Madhya 20.155
  sva yam-prakasa—the personal manifestation    Madhya 20.166
  sva yam-rupa—the personal form    Madhya 20.165
  sva yam-rupa—the original form of the Lord    Madhya 20.166
  sva-amsa—of personal expansions    Madhya 22.8
  sva-amsa-kalaya—My own plenary portion    SB 3.21.32
  sva-amsa-vistara—the expansion of His personal forms    Madhya 22.9
  sva-amsena—by one’s own part    SB 3.6.12
  sva-amsena—with his own parts    SB 3.6.22
  sva-amsena—by His own plenary expansion    SB 6.6.38-39
  sva-amsena—by Your partial feature as Paramatma    SB 8.3.17
  sva-abhiprayam—his own desire    SB 9.3.30
  sva-adhyayah—study of the Vedas    SB 3.28.4
  sva-aghena—by his own sinful activities    SB 5.26.22
  sva-anga—his limbs    SB 3.31.9
  sva-anga-kara-nyasah—mental assignment of the eight parts of the body and twelve parts of the hands    SB 6.8.4-6
  sva-anga-visesa-abhasa-rupe—in the form of a specific shadow from His personal body    Madhya 20.273
  sva-angam—her body    SB 3.33.29
  sva-angesu—in his own body    SB 4.7.53
  sva-ankam—on her own lap    SB 10.7.34
  sva-anke—on His lap    Antya 11.1
  sva-alankarana—by personal ornaments    Madhya 14.189
  sva-antam—its own limit    SB 2.6.36
  sva-antara—his duration of life    SB 3.22.35
  sva-antaram—his own period    SB 3.22.36
  sva-antah-sthena—having been situated in the heart    SB 1.13.10
  sva-antah-sthena—situated within their hearts    Madhya 20.57
  sva-ante—within Her heart    Antya 1.151
  sva-anubhuti-atmani—in self-realization    SB 7.13.44
  sva-anubhutya—by self-realization    SB 3.33.24-25
  sva-anubhavam—self-assimilated (experienced)    SB 1.2.3
  sva-anusargah—creation of material opulences    SB 4.23.1-3
  sva-arbhakasya—of her own son    SB 10.9.15
  sva-artha—own interest    SB 2.9.40
  sva-artha—interest    SB 4.22.32
  sva-artha—in their own interest    SB 6.18.74
  sva-artha-gatim—the ultimate goal of life, or their own real interest    SB 7.5.31
  sva-artha-kusalah—who are expert in the interest of life    SB 6.9.39
  sva-artha-kamayoh—of one’s ultimate goal and benefit    SB 7.15.65
  sva-artha-parah—interested only in sense gratification in this life or the next    SB 6.10.6
  sva-artha-unmulita—uprooted because of intense selfishness    SB 10.4.8
  sva-artham—his self-interest    SB 6.18.25
  sva-arthah—real interest    SB 6.7.35
  sva-arthah—the ultimate goal of life    SB 6.16.63
  sva-arthah—personal benefit    SB 7.7.46
  sva-arthah—the real self-interest    SB 7.7.55
  sva-arthe—in self-interest    SB 5.5.7
  sva-arthe—in what is good for me    SB 6.18.40
  sva-arthan—his desired interests    SB 6.1.50
  sva-arthan api—even their own personal interests    SB 5.8.10
  sva-astraih—with His weapons    SB 8.6.3-7
  sva-astrena—by the weapon    SB 1.8.13
  sva-avalokanaih—by His personal glances    Madhya 18.1
  sva-bala-nastim—the destruction of his own soldiers    SB 9.10.21
  sva-bandhane—in bondage to the reactions of one’s own activities    SB 5.13.18
  sva-bandhane—in binding Him.    SB 10.9.18
  sva-bandhubhih—by his relatives and friends    SB 3.30.17
  sva-bandhubhih—with all my friends    SB 4.25.36
  sva-bandhun—all His relatives    SB 10.7.32
  sva-bhakta-sahita—with His devotees.    Madhya 5.134
  sva-bhaktebhyah—unto His own devotees    Adi 3.66
  sva-bhaktera—of His devotees    Antya 2.168
  sva-bhakti—of His own devotional service    Madhya 8.1
  sva-bhaktanam—to His pure devotees    Madhya 8.6
  sva-bharana—to maintain them    SB 3.30.13
  sva-bhartre—unto her husband    SB 9.14.8
  sva-bhartra—by her husband    SB 8.17.1
  sva-bhartuh—of her husband    SB 4.4.27
  sva-bhartr-gaditam—explained by their master (Yamaraja)    SB 6.3.34
  sva-bhavana—to His own residence.    Antya 20.135
  sva-bhavanam—personal palaces    SB 1.11.30
  sva-bhavanam—to His own abode    SB 8.4.13
  sva-bhavane—to your own home    Madhya 5.91
  sva-bhavane—to the palace of the King    Madhya 5.128
  sva-bhavanat—from his own abode    SB 5.1.7
  sva-bhavanat—from their abode, Vaikuntha    SB 7.1.39
  sva-bhata—of his own servants    SB 6.3.1
  sva-bhratrbhih api—even by his own stepbrothers    SB 5.9.11
  sva-bhrtya—for Your dependents    SB 3.25.11
  sva-bhrtya—of Your unalloyed servants    SB 7.9.29
  sva-bhrtya-artha-krtah—for the interest of their servants    SB 3.4.25
  sva-bhrtyesu—unto one who is subordinate and deserves to be protected    SB 1.18.47
  sva-bhaga-dheyani—their shares in the sacrifice    SB 4.13.33
  sva-bhagam—own share    SB 3.3.3
  sva-bhagah—shares in the sacrifices    SB 7.8.42
  sva-bharyaya—his own wife    SB 1.13.51
  sva-bharyaya—along with his wife    SB 3.13.6
  sva-bharyam—his wife    SB 6.1.65
  sva-bhava—by his own acquired qualities    SB 1.9.26
  sva-bhava—own constitution    SB 2.7.49
  sva-bhava—natural    SB 5.5.31
  sva-bhava—by nature as the cause of development    SB 5.11.11
  sva-bhava—whose nature    SB 7.13.42
  sva-bhava—according to one’s own nature    SB 7.15.14
  sva-bhava—by nature    Madhya 14.163
  sva-bhava—as is the custom    Antya 8.38
  sva-bhava—the character    Antya 20.43
  sva-bhava-jaih—natural    SB 4.29.41
  sva-bhava-jam—born from one’s own modes of nature    SB 7.11.32
  sva-bhava-jena—by one's own nature    Bg 18.60
  sva-bhava-ja—according to his mode of material nature    Bg 17.2
  sva-bhava-krtaya—performed according to one’s modes of material nature    SB 7.11.32
  sva-bhava-vihitah—prescribed, according to one’s material modes of nature    SB 7.11.31
  sva-bhavam—her nature    SB 6.18.40
  sva-bhavam—the real nature    Antya 3.92
  sva-bhavasya—having a nature    SB 6.14.1
  sva-bhavah—intuition or nature    SB 2.5.14
  sva-bhavah—habit    SB 2.10.41
  sva-bhavah—the nature    SB 7.2.49
  sva-bhavah—material nature    SB 8.7.25
  sva-bhavah jivah—the living entities    SB 2.10.12
  sva-bhave—in nature    Madhya 14.151
  sva-bhavena—by the natural tendency    SB 6.1.54
  sva-bhavete—in character    Madhya 14.161
  sva-bimbam—His own form    SB 3.2.11
  sva-buddhya—by one's intelligence    SB 2.1.38
  sva-buddhya—by his own intelligence    SB 2.2.16
  sva-buddhya—by one’s devotional service    SB 4.30.28
  sva-bahum—My own arm    SB 3.16.6
  sva-caksusa—with your own eyes    Bg 11.8
  sva-caksuh—personal plan    SB 3.5.51
  sva-saktinam—own potency    SB 3.6.1
  sva-saktibhih—by its own energy.    SB 3.21.19
  sva-saktibhih—with His own spiritual potencies    SB 6.4.27-28
  sva-saktibhih—by His multifarious transcendental potencies    SB 7.8.8
  sva-saktya—through His energy    SB 4.11.26
  sva-saktya—by Your own potency    SB 4.24.64
  sva-saktya—by the external energy of Your Lordship    SB 8.7.23
  sva-saspa-rocisa—by the effulgence of the young sprouting grass    SB 5.20.13
  sva-carana—the shelter of His lotus feet.    Madhya 22.37
  sva-carana—His own lotus feet    Madhya 24.102
  sva-carana-amrta—the nectar of shelter at My lotus feet    Madhya 22.39
  sva-saranam—in his own abode    SB 2.8.6
  sva-carane—at Your lotus feet    Antya 11.7
  sva-carama-kalevare—in the body, which is moved by the subtle elements (mind, intelligence and ego)    SB 5.10.6
  sva-sarira-agnina—by the fire emanating from their own bodies    SB 9.8.11
  sva-sarira-avasesita—with only his own body remaining    SB 5.24.23
  sva-carum—the oblation meant for herself (Satyavati)    SB 9.15.9
  sva-sarasa—of his bow    SB 4.16.22
  sva-sastraih—by His own weapons.    SB 3.3.4
  sva-satrum—your enemy    SB 6.12.6
  sva-cestitam—seriously by one's own endeavor    SB 2.8.4
  sva-chanda—independently    SB 3.24.33
  sva-chanda-atma—full of self-desire    SB 3.25.3
  sva-sibikam—his own palanquin    SB 5.10.2
  sva-sibikayam—in his own palanquin    SB 5.10.7
  sva-sibiram—his own camp    SB 9.15.21
  sva-sibirat—from His own camp    SB 9.10.35-38
  sva-cikirsitam eva—which he already desired to do and for which he had gone there    SB 10.8.11
  sva-sisyan—his disciples    SB 9.22.21-24
  sva-sirasa—on their own heads    SB 3.16.20
  sva-sirah—own head    SB 3.7.10
  sva-sirah-aksibhih—by the eyes in one’s head    SB 8.10.40
  sva-sirah-chedane—when the chopping off of the head    SB 5.9.20
  sva-citta-vat—like His own heart    Madhya 12.1
  sva-citte—in one's own heart    SB 2.2.6
  sva-sula—his own trident    SB 4.5.10
  sva-sule—his trident    SB 3.19.15
  sva-santa-rupesu—unto the peaceful devotees of the Lord    SB 3.2.15
  sva-sastra uthana—raising his scripture.    Madhya 18.186
  sva-damstra-agrena—by the edge of His tusks    SB 3.14.3
  sva-danta-chadam—his own lip    SB 3.19.7
  sva-daya—Your own mercy    Madhya 1.202
  sva-desan—your countrymen    SB 4.14.21
  sva-deha—of his body    SB 6.18.30
  sva-deha-antah—within the body    SB 2.2.8
  sva-deha-antah—within one's own body    Madhya 24.156
  sva-deha-jah—born of one’s own body    SB 7.5.37
  sva-deha-kuhare—in the core of his heart    SB 3.28.33
  sva-deha-nispadita—performed by his own body    SB 5.14.1
  sva-deham—own body    SB 3.29.43
  sva-deham—her own body    SB 4.4.26
  sva-dehah—own body    SB 7.15.37
  sva-dehe—in His own body.    SB 3.8.12
  sva-dehe—in his body    SB 3.31.19
  sva-dehinam—the living being himself    SB 5.11.6
  sva-dehat—from his body    SB 3.17.18
  sva-dharma—particular occupational duty    SB 2.1.6
  sva-dharma—own religious life    SB 3.23.7
  sva-dharma—by one’s own occupational duties    SB 3.32.6
  sva-dharma—occupational duties    SB-4.21.36
  sva-dharma—executing varnasrama-dharma    SB 7.9.46
  sva-dharma—duty    Adi 14.87
  sva-dharma-silaih—executing sacrificial duties    SB 4.13.4
  sva-dharma-ha—the killer of his own principles of religion    SB 5.26.15
  sva-dharma-nisthah—one who is situated in his own dharma, or occupation    SB 4.24.29
  sva-dharma-niratah—fully engaged in their respective occupational duties    SB 9.10.50
  sva-dharma-patham—the path of religion    SB 5.6.9
  sva-dharma-stha—one who is faithful to his prescribed duty    SB 1.17.16
  sva-dharma-tyaga—relinquishing one's occupational duties    Madhya 8.61
  sva-dharma-acaranam—executing one’s prescribed duties    SB 3.28.2
  sva-dharma-acarane—by executing one's occupational duty    Madhya 8.57
  sva-dharmam—one's own occupational engagement    SB 1.5.17
  sva-dharmam—one’s occupational duties    SB 4.24.69
  sva-dharmam anuvartamanah—being perfectly situated in his own occupational duty    SB 5.7.4
  sva-dharmatah—being engaged in occupational service.    SB 1.5.17
  sva-dharmah—one's prescribed duties    Bg 3.35
  sva-dharmah—one's own occupation    Bg 18.47
  sva-dharmah—consequential occupation.    SB 1.18.22
  sva-dharmah—occupational duty    SB 9.5.10
  sva-dharme—in one's prescribed duties    Bg 3.35
  sva-dharmena—by one’s own occupational duties    SB 3.6.34
  sva-dharmena—by one’s occupation    SB 3.27.7
  sva-dharmena—by executing one’s prescribed duties    SB 3.27.21
  sva-dharmena—by one’s prescribed duties    SB 3.29.15
  sva-dharmena—by his occupational duties    SB 4.20.9
  sva-dharmena—by his own duty    SB 5.15.7
  sva-dharmena—by discharging devotional service    SB 5.24.18
  sva-dharmena—by his constitutional activities    SB 9.4.26
  sva-dharman—their own occupational duties    SB 3.32.5
  sva-dharmat—from the regulative principles executed by a brahmana    SB 6.1.63
  sva-dhisnya-upagatam—reaching their respective abodes    SB 7.8.15
  sva-dhisnyam—radiation    SB 2.6.17
  sva-dhisnyam—own position    SB 3.6.19
  sva-dhisnyam—own seat    SB 3.8.21
  sva-dhisnyatah—from their own airplanes    SB 4.6.25
  sva-dhisnyebhyah—from their own seats    SB 4.2.6
  sva-dhisnyesu—on the altar    SB 4.22.6
  sva-dhisnyani—to their respective planets and homes    SB 6.13.2
  sva-dhisnyanam—within the vital air circles    SB 3.28.6
  sva-dhisnyat—from his own place    SB 4.6.8
  sva-dhuram—all responsibilities    SB 3.14.19
  sva-dhama—own abode    SB 1.3.43
  sva-dhama—your own respective homes    SB 4.8.82
  sva-dhama—to His abode    SB 4.20.37
  sva-dhama—to His own abode    SB 4.30.43
  sva-dhama—her real resort    SB 8.8.24
  sva-dhama—to His own place.    SB 9.24.67
  sva-dhama—his own planet, known as Brahmaloka    SB 10.1.26
  sva-dhama—to His personal abode    Madhya 24.321
  sva-dhama-atyayam—the destruction of their abodes    SB 7.8.15
  sva-dhama-dyutih—the illumination of his own residence    SB 8.21.1
  sva-dhamabhih—along with His Lordship’s paraphernalia    SB 7.12.15
  sva-dhamani—in His own abode    SB 2.4.14
  sva-dhamatah—from their own residential quarters.    SB 8.17.12
  sva-dhamnah—from his abode    SB 10.12.35
  sva-dhamni—in Your own abode    SB 4.7.26
  sva-dhamni—although in His own place, the spiritual world    SB 6.1.41
  sva-dhamna—by His internal potency    SB 4.9.6
  sva-dhamna—by Your personal spiritual energy    SB 7.9.22
  sva-dhamna—by his own illumination    SB 10.12.33
  sva-dhamna—by the influence of His ecstatic love    Madhya 11.1
  sva-dhamani—to their respective abodes    SB 7.10.34
  sva-dhatu—forming elements    SB 2.7.49
  sva-dhatun—all elements    SB 8.5.35
  sva-dorbhyam—own arms    SB 3.1.36
  sva-drohat—from being envious of one’s own self    SB 6.16.42
  sva-duhitrh—his own daughters    SB 3.24.21
  sva-dutan—to his own servants    SB 6.3.11
  sva-drsa—by knowledge of the self    SB 3.27.28-29
  sva-drk—qualitatively like Him    SB 1.13.48
  sva-drk—taking special care for His devotees    SB 3.14.47
  sva-drk—seeing himself    SB 3.24.44
  sva-drk—one who sees his constitutional position.    SB 3.32.34-36
  sva-drk—looking upon Himself    SB 4.9.14
  sva-drk—one who can see his own welfare    SB 4.29.26-27
  sva-drk—self-effulgent    SB 6.16.9
  sva-drk—self-illuminated    SB 7.7.19-20
  sva-drk—you manifest yourself    SB 8.7.23
  sva-drsta-vadbhih—by those who have perfectly realized the self    SB 2.9.9
  sva-drstya—out of their own will    SB 3.15.29
  sva-drstya—by transcendental vision    SB 4.9.15
  sva-gadaya—by means of His own club    SB 1.12.10
  sva-gadaya—with his own club    SB 3.19.8
  sva-gana—own kinsmen    SB 5.8.9
  sva-gana—His personal associates    Adi 6.34
  sva-gana-saha—with His associates    Madhya 14.115
  sva-gana-sahita—with His associates    Antya 7.141
  sva-gana-sahite—with His personal associates    Madhya 16.125
  sva-gana-sahite—accompanied by His personal associates    Antya 7.121
  sva-gane—with His associates    Madhya 16.196
  sva-ganena—from the flock of deer    SB 5.8.6
  sva-ganan ca—and his associates    SB 8.12.22
  sva-garbha-jatam—born of her womb    SB 5.9.7
  sva-garbhasya—of her embryo    SB 7.7.14
  sva-garbhena—by her own womb    SB 3.1.33
  sva-garjitena—by His uncommon voice    SB 3.13.24
  sva-gatim—in His own abode    SB 3.13.49
  sva-gatim—one who knows his real self-interest    SB 8.24.50
  sva-geha-damani—all the ropes available in the household    SB 10.9.17
  sva-ghosam—His personal associates    Madhya 19.230
  sva-gobhih—by expansion of his own illuminating rays    SB 5.20.12
  sva-granthe—in his own book    Madhya 19.118
  sva-granthe—in his book    Antya 17.71
  sva-gurum—with the spiritual master    SB 3.6.34
  sva-grham—own house    SB 3.1.1
  sva-grham—home    SB 4.1.5
  sva-grham—to his home    SB 6.7.9
  sva-grham—His own palace    SB 9.11.31-34
  sva-grham—to her home    SB 9.18.18
  sva-grham—to his own abode    SB 10.8.20
  sva-grhe—at home    Madhya 19.16
  sva-grhe aila—returned to his home    Antya 6.154
  sva-grhan—to their respective homes    SB 10.11.17
  sva-garhasthyam—his home and household paraphernalia    SB 3.33.15
  sva-gatranam—of his own limbs    SB 3.30.25
  sva-hasta—own hand    Antya 6.301
  sva-hasta-calane—moving His own hand.    Madhya 21.135
  sva-hastaih—by his own hands    SB 9.15.34
  sva-hastat—from his own hand    SB 6.12.6
  sva-hatam—had been killed by him    SB 9.2.8
  sva-hrdaye—within the core of the heart    SB 8.3.18
  sva-hrdaye—upon his heart    Antya 11.54
  sva-hrdi—in his own heart    SB 3.29.25
  sva-hrdi—in the core of the heart    SB 9.9.46
  sva-iccha—by His own supreme will    SB 4.8.57
  sva-iccha-bhutaih—all appearing by Your personal sweet will    SB 8.5.46
  sva-jana—family relationships    SB 3.25.22
  sva-jana—of his own kinsmen    Madhya 5.84
  sva-jana-arpanat—or due to inviting relatives.    SB 7.15.4
  sva-jana-artha-daran—relatives, riches and a beautiful wife    SB 5.14.44
  sva-jana-manamsi—the minds of His devotees    SB 5.25.10
  sva-jana-sangat—from association with relatives and friends    SB 5.9.3
  sva-janam—family members    Antya 7.47
  sva-janah—kinsman    SB 3.14.26
  sva-janah—a relative    SB 5.5.18
  sva-jane—one's own family    Adi 4.167-169
  sva-janmana—by His appearance    SB 1.10.26
  sva-jananam—to Your own devotees    SB 3.24.31
  sva-janat—from relatives    SB 7.13.33
  sva-janah—relatives    SB 1.14.25
  sva-janaya—family members and friends    SB 7.15.6
  sva-janaya ca—and for maintaining one’s family members    SB 8.19.37
  sva-jarasam—his own invalidity and old age    SB 9.19.21
  sva-jata—bunch of hairs    SB 3.8.5
  sva-jihvaya—with His tongue    SB 7.8.30
  sva-jitah—conquered    SB 7.8.10
  sva-kanika—from the seed    SB 7.9.33
  sva-kalaya—with plenary expansions    SB 8.5.4
  sva-kalevaram—His own personal body, which is not at all material    SB 5.6.6
  sva-kalpita—imaginative    Madhya 6.138
  sva-kanyam—Dasaratha’s own daughter    SB 9.23.7-10
  sva-karna—on Her own two ears    SB 8.12.20
  sva-karma—his prescribed duties    SB 3.29.32
  sva-karma—his own activities    SB 9.15.37
  sva-karma—of one's own fruitive activities    Madhya 15.170
  sva-karma karite—performing his duty in life    Madhya 22.26
  sva-karma-jan—produced from one's own work    SB 2.2.7
  sva-karma-krt—executing his own work    SB 7.11.32
  sva-karma-patitam—fallen because of the reactions of one’s own material activities    SB 7.9.41
  sva-karma-phala-bhuk—sure to accept the resultant action of his fruitive activities    Antya 2.163
  sva-karma-vasa-gam—under the influence of the results of fruitive activities    SB 9.19.3
  sva-karmabhih—by occupational duties    SB-4.21.33
  sva-karmabhih—by their own ability.    SB 4.22.13
  sva-karmabhih—by the results of my own fruitive activities    SB 6.11.27
  sva-karmabhih—by their own reactions.    SB 7.2.21
  sva-karmabhih—the course by the reactions of my own activities    SB 7.9.16
  sva-karmabhih—by one’s occupational duties    SB 7.15.67
  sva-karmana—by your own activities    SB 6.11.16
  sva-karmana—by his own sinful act.    SB 9.9.18
  sva-karmasu—if one is engaged in his own occupational duty    SB 10.6.3
  sva-karat—from the control of His hand    SB 10.12.27
  sva-kathah—His own words    SB 1.2.17
  sva-keli-sampat—full with all paraphernalia for pastimes of play    SB 10.13.5
  sva-kesu—unto my own kinsmen    SB 1.8.41
  sva-kirti-mayya—by His own glories    SB 3.8.31
  sva-kirtim—personal glories    SB 2.7.20
  sva-kheda—personal lamentation    SB 3.13.25
  sva-khura-akrante—touched by His own hooves    SB 3.13.46
  sva-ksayam—his own abode    SB 1.15.49
  sva-ksetra-vyapadesakah—giving the island its name    SB 5.20.24
  sva-kriya—personal duties    SB 3.5.38
  sva-kriyayam—in one’s own prescribed duties    SB 7.12.23
  sva-kulam—His own family    SB 3.4.4
  sva-kulam—own family    SB 3.4.29
  sva-kutumba-ramah—enjoying simply by maintaining the members of the family.    SB 7.6.14
  sva-kutumbam—his family members    SB 5.26.10
  sva-kutumbaya—unto his own family members    SB 5.14.19
  sva-krpa—of their own mercy    Antya 1.2
  sva-krta—self-executed    SB 1.8.37
  sva-krta—executed by oneself    SB 6.9.35
  sva-krta—created by Himself    SB 8.5.32
  sva-krtaih—which are manifested by Himself    SB 7.7.49
  sva-krtam—self-produced    SB 4.7.42
  sva-krtam—made by them    SB 8.9.22
  sva-krtam—only because of their own acts    SB 10.4.18
  sva-krtam—the fruitive results of one’s own deeds    SB 10.4.21
  sva-krtah—own respective duty    SB 10.12.34
  sva-krtena—by your own mercy    SB 4.7.15
  sva-krtena—by your own activity    SB 4.22.47
  sva-krttam—done by himself    SB 3.30.25
  sva-krtat—from my own activity    SB 5.10.25
  sva-kala-saktya—by His own potency the time factor    SB 10.1.22
  sva-kalena—in due course of time    SB 10.11.37
  sva-kamaya—according to the desire    SB 3.8.26
  sva-karya—of their own business    Adi 3.67
  sva-laksana—Your own marks    SB 1.8.39
  sva-lilaya—very easily    SB 7.8.40
  sva-lilaya—by His transcendental pastimes.    SB 10.8.52
  sva-linga-vivaranena—by manifesting Your own form    SB 6.9.41
  sva-lokam—His own planet or abode    SB 2.9.9
  sva-lokam—respective higher planetary systems    SB 4.6.45
  sva-lokaya—in understanding himself    SB 7.6.16
  sva-mahi-dhvasta-mahibhih—whose own independence was subordinate to the potency of the Lord    SB 10.13.53
  sva-mahima—in His personal glory    SB 5.5.30
  sva-mahimani—Your own magnificence    SB 4.9.10
  sva-mahimanam—Your personal glory    SB 5.3.9
  sva-mahisim—his own Queen    SB 4.26.18
  sva-manasi—in his mind    SB 6.9.39
  sva-mandire—in His own temple    Madhya 18.39
  sva-mandire—to his own temple    Antya 9.80
  sva-manisaya—by their own mental speculation    SB 5.15.1
  sva-manisitam—concluded by someone.    SB 4.21.21
  sva-mata—their own opinions    Adi 12.9
  sva-mata sthapite—to establish his own opinion    Madhya 25.49
  sva-moha-prabhavah—created by one’s own illusion    SB 7.8.10
  sva-mukhatah—from his face    SB 3.22.2
  sva-mukhya—by their own chiefs    SB 4.18.26
  sva-mustina—by his fist.    SB 7.8.14
  sva-murtibhih—by His different incarnations    SB 3.11.27
  sva-madhurya—own sweetness    Adi 4.137
  sva-madhurya—His own conjugal love    Adi 17.276
  sva-madhurya—His own transcendental sweetness    Adi 17.317
  sva-madhurya pana—drinking the sweetness of Himself    Adi 6.110
  sva-madhurye—in His own sweetness    Adi 5.215
  sva-madhurye—His conjugal love    Madhya 9.127
  sva-madhurye—by His sweetness    Antya 15.23
  sva-mana—by His own measurement    SB 3.8.25
  sva-manena—as the same measurement    SB 5.20.18
  sva-mataram—His own mother (Kausalya)    SB 9.10.45-46
  sva-matarah—Their mothers    SB 9.10.47
  sva-matre—unto His own mother    SB 2.7.3
  sva-matra—from His mother    SB 3.33.12
  sva-matuh—of His mother    SB 3.25.12
  sva-matuh—of His own mother (Krsna’s mother, Yasodadevi)    SB 10.9.18
  sva-matrbhih—by His own mothers    SB 1.11.28
  sva-mayaya—one's own ignorance    SB 1.5.27
  sva-mayaya—by the personal energy    SB 1.8.14
  sva-mayaya—by His divine potency    SB 3.20.8
  sva-mayaya—by Your own energy    SB 3.21.21
  sva-mayaya—by His own internal energy    SB 3.24.16
  sva-mayaya—by expanding His spiritual energy    SB 6.8.32-33
  sva-mayaya—by His own creative energy    SB 7.1.10
  sva-mayaya—by His transcendental potencies    SB 7.10.70
  sva-mayaya—by My own energy.    SB 8.8.37
  sva-mayaya—by Your personal energy (atma-mayaya)    SB 10.3.20
  sva-maya—of His own energy    SB 7.1.6
  sva-maya-racitesu—in the situation created by one’s mental concoctions    SB 10.1.43
  sva-mayasu—his magic forces    SB 3.19.24
  sva-nagarim—towards His own city (Dvaraka)    SB 1.10.33
  sva-netra—by your eyes    SB 8.7.32
  sva-nigamam—confidential knowledge of the Vedas in respect to the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 1.5.39
  sva-nigamam—own truthfulness    SB 1.9.37
  sva-nigamam—His own promise not to take a weapon and fight on behalf of the Pandavas    Madhya 16.145
  sva-nigamah—the Vedic literatures compiled by Him    SB 2.7.36
  sva-nikatam—situated at their own side    Adi 1.73-74
  sva-niketat—from his paternal home    SB 5.7.8
  sva-nilaya-abhyase—near her residence    SB 4.3.5-7
  sva-nimitta—for my personal self    Antya 10.96
  sva-nindakam—a person who was criticizing Him    Madhya 15.1
  sva-nisthaya—by being situated in one’s position    SB 4.30.23
  sva-nirmitesu—in His own creation    SB 1.2.33
  sva-namabhih—by His holy names.    SB 6.8.29
  sva-namna—by their own names    SB 9.23.6
  sva-nasa-agra—the tip of one’s nose    SB 3.28.12
  sva-nathaya—unto their supreme master    SB 8.21.5
  sva-navam—his own boat    SB 6.9.23
  sva-nayakan—his own captains and commanders    SB 8.6.28
  sva-odhasam payah—their own milk flowing from the milk bags.    SB 10.13.31
  sva-pascat—behind.    Adi 4.125
  sva-pasum—his animal    SB 4.19.17
  sva-paksah—ally    SB 4.11.20
  sva-para—this is my own business, and that is someone else’s    SB 7.5.13
  sva-para-abhinivesena—consisting of absorption in the bodily concept of oneself and others    SB 7.2.60
  sva-para-druha—which is envious of the performer and of others    SB 6.16.42
  sva-pari-suhrdah—His own personal associates    SB 10.13.11
  sva-para iti—this is another’s interest    SB 10.4.26
  sva-patim—unto the soul of the living being (Krsna)    SB 1.10.27
  sva-patyuh—with their own husband    SB 9.6.55
  sva-pauruse—his valor    SB 3.19.12
  sva-pauruse—with their own prowess    SB 8.7.7
  sva-pautrena—with your grandson (Bali Maharaja)    SB 8.23.9
  sva-pitari—his own father.    SB 5.24.25
  sva-pitrnam—of his forefathers    SB 9.9.10
  sva-pitre—because of your father’s demoniac activities    SB 7.9.3
  sva-pitroh—own parents    SB 3.3.1
  sva-pitra—by his father    SB 5.1.6
  sva-pitra—by his own father.    SB 8.22.8
  sva-pituh—of your own father    SB 6.5.9
  sva-pituh vadham—their father’s having been killed (by Parasurama)    SB 9.16.9
  sva-pitamaham—unto his grandfather    SB 8.22.13
  sva-potanam—to her young cubs    Madhya 8.6
  sva-prabhaya—by His own effulgence    SB 4.7.19
  sva-prabhaya—by its own brilliance    SB 8.15.21
  sva-prabhaya—by her own beauty    SB 9.20.8-9
  sva-prabhave—by His own influence    Madhya 9.66
  sva-prakrtya—by Your personal energy (mayadhyaksena prakrtih suyate sa-caracaram)    SB 10.3.14
  sva-prakasa—self-manifested.    Madhya 17.134
  sva-prakasah—self-effulgent    Madhya 8.206
  sva-pramitike—self-manifest and blissful    SB 10.13.57
  sva-prayasam—their own endeavors    SB 6.10.29
  sva-prayasam—his own attempt    SB 9.4.49
  sva-prema—of love for Him    Madhya 23.1
  sva-prema-sampat-sudhaya—by the nectar of His personal devotional service, which is an invaluable treasure of bliss    Madhya 19.54
  sva-pranan—one's own life    SB 1.7.37
  sva-pumsam—of His own men    SB 3.3.10
  sva-pumsam—of the devotees.    SB 3.5.43
  sva-pumsam—of Your own devotees.    SB 3.9.5
  sva-pumbhih—by His own associates    SB 3.15.38
  sva-pumbhih—by My own attendants    SB 3.16.4
  sva-pura—in his own city    SB 7.15.70
  sva-pura-trayah—whose three cities    SB 5.24.28
  sva-puram—own residence    SB 1.8.45
  sva-puram—his own capital    SB 3.22.26-27
  sva-puram—to his own abode    SB 4.11.35
  sva-puram—to his city    SB 4.12.9
  sva-puram—to his own house    SB 4.20.38
  sva-puram—to his own residence    SB 9.3.35
  sva-puram—his own abode    SB 9.9.42
  sva-puram—to his own place    SB 9.20.17
  sva-purim—his own town    SB 4.28.7
  sva-purusaih—by his own messengers    SB 5.26.6
  sva-purusaih—by my own servants    SB 6.3.30
  sva-puryam—along with their residential place    SB 1.13.11
  sva-puryam—in His own city    SB 1.14.35-36
  sva-puryam—along with His family    SB 3.1.12
  sva-puryah—from his own house    SB 3.1.41
  sva-putram adaya—taking his son Krsna on his lap    SB 10.6.43
  sva-putrasya—of his own child    SB 10.5.15-16
  sva-putrebhyah—his own sons    SB 5.20.14
  sva-putran—with his own sons    SB 3.1.41
  sva-purnah—self-sufficient    SB 4.31.22
  sva-purusa—own devotee    SB 3.14.50
  sva-purva—his own previous    SB 5.9.3
  sva-purva-jah—their older brothers, who had previously gone there.    SB 6.5.25
  sva-purvesam—about his own forefathers    SB 1.16.13-15
  sva-pada-mulam—the lotus feet of Krsna, the shelter of the devotees    Madhya 22.144
  sva-pada-mule—at His lotus feet    SB 7.9.5
  sva-pada-pallavam—the petals of Mis lotus feet    SB 9.11.19
  sva-pada-sparsana—of touching His feet    Adi 6.74
  sva-panina—with His own hand    SB 10.9.11
  sva-papena—because of his own sinful activities    SB 10.7.31
  sva-parsada—own associates    SB 2.9.15
  sva-parsada—of His associates    SB 3.19.6
  sva-parsada—by his own associates    SB 5.24.17
  sva-parsada—His own associates    SB 5.25.7
  sva-parsada-pravaraih—the best of personal assistants    SB 5.20.40
  sva-parsada-sainyam—the soldiers of his own associates    SB 4.5.1
  sva-parsadaih—along with his followers    SB 4.27.18
  sva-parsadaih—her own associates    SB 5.9.18
  sva-parsnina—with the heel of one's foot    SB 2.2.19
  sva-rahasa—by His own leg    SB 2.7.40
  sva-rasa-unmadita—inspired by their own mellows    Antya 20.156
  sva-rathe—in His own car    Madhya 13.119
  sva-riktham—own property    SB 3.1.39
  sva-rocisam—self-effulgent    SB 9.2.15
  sva-rocisah—as parts and parcels    SB 8.3.22-24
  sva-rocise—unto the supreme illumination.    SB 4.24.34
  sva-rocisa—by the effulgence of their hoods    SB 5.24.31
  sva-rocisa—by his bodily rays    SB 7.3.26-27
  sva-rocisa—by Your own effulgence.    SB 9.11.6
  sva-rocisa—by the brilliance of His personal beauty    SB 10.3.12
  sva-rucah—Hiranyaksa’s own splendor    SB 3.18.2
  sva-ruca—by self-effulgence    SB 4.12.36
  sva-rupa—natures    SB 6.9.36
  sva-rupa—the direct representative    Adi 1.47
  sva-rupa—own nature    Adi 2.65
  sva-rupa—the real nature    Adi 2.96
  sva-rupa—personality    Madhya 17.131
  sva-rupa—original    Madhya 18.126
  sva-rupa—the actual form    Madhya 19.139
  sva-rupa—the constitutional position    Madhya 20.108-109
  sva-rupa—expansions of plenary portions.    Madhya 20.164
  sva-rupa—personal form.    Madhya 20.308
  sva-rupa—personal expansion    Madhya 20.315
  sva-rupa—the real form    Madhya 21.101
  sva-rupa—constitutional    Madhya 23.6
  sva-rupa—the original identity    Madhya 24.71
  sva-rupa—His personality    Madhya 25.8
  sva-rupa-prakasa—personal manifestation    Adi 1.40
  sva-rupaih—according to their own modes of nature    SB 3.2.15
  sva-rupaih—His forms    SB 6.8.32-33
  sva-rupakam—in the expansion of a devotee    Adi 1.14
  sva-rupam—original form.    SB 1.9.39
  sva-rupam—his real identity    SB 3.28.37
  sva-rupam—form    SB 5.18.36
  sva-rupam—his original spiritual form    SB 6.2.43
  sva-rupam—the actual form of the Lord    SB 6.4.29
  sva-rupam—real personality    SB 6.17.32
  sva-rupam—the Lord's own form    Adi 1.77
  sva-rupam—the personal form    Madhya 25.36
  sva-rupasya—Your actual identity    SB 5.3.8
  sva-rupatah—in an unconditioned state.    SB 2.8.22
  sva-rupatah—in His own form.    SB-4.21.34
  sva-rupatam—the same form    SB 7.1.28-29
  sva-rupatam—similarity to My form    Madhya 20.180
  sva-rupah—identification    Madhya 19.140
  sva-rupe—in the form of.    Adi 1.58
  sva-rupe—original form    Madhya 17.132
  sva-rupe—in identities    Madhya 24.80
  sva-rupena—in constitutional form    SB 2.10.6
  sva-rupena—in the self-realized position    SB 3.28.44
  sva-rupena—by Your forms    SB 6.9.42
  sva-rupera—of personal expansions    Madhya 21.46
  sva-rupera gane—among the expansions of Krsna's personality    Madhya 21.115
  sva-rajye—in his own kingdom    SB 3.3.16
  sva-ratuh—of Krsna, who was his savior within the womb of his mother, Uttara    SB 10.12.40
  sva-rat—the emperor    SB 1.15.38
  sva-rat—the omnipotent (Lord Brahma).    SB 3.20.16
  sva-rat—the individual consciousness    SB 3.32.29
  sva-rat—the independent Indra.    SB 4.19.21
  sva-rat—but still fully independent    SB-4.21.39
  sva-rat—the Supreme Brahman or Lord Brahma    SB 7.15.54
  sva-rat iva—equal to the position of Indra.    SB 8.13.14
  sva-rat-vapuh—in the form of the king    SB 8.14.9
  sva-samstham—situated in one’s own body    SB 9.8.22
  sva-samsthaya—with its arrangements    SB 3.23.43
  sva-samsthaya—by His internal potency    SB 4.7.39
  sva-samsthaya—His own original form    SB 6.4.26
  sva-samstham—situation in my original constitutional position    SB 5.10.13
  sva-samsthanam—his abode    SB 3.27.28-29
  sva-samvida—by self-realization    SB 1.3.33
  sva-sadana—own home    Antya 14.47
  sva-sadma—of his palace    SB 4.16.25
  sva-sadrsan—exactly like himself    SB 9.2.2
  sva-sanga—personal association    Adi 16.18
  sva-sainya—of your soldiers    SB 3.21.52-54
  sva-sainyam—his own soldiers    SB 9.15.32
  sva-sambandhe—his intimate friend    SB 4.27.17
  sva-sambhavam—the source of his appearance    SB 3.9.26
  sva-sambhavat—produced from itself    SB 3.28.40
  sva-samadhi-bhagyam—visible simply by ecstatic trance    SB 3.15.38
  sva-samanena—equal in width    SB 5.20.7
  sva-sargasya—of her own children    SB 3.14.37
  sva-saubhagya—My own fortune    Madhya 2.46
  sva-saubhagya—one's own good fortune    Madhya 21.104
  sva-sekat—than her own sprinkling    Madhya 8.211
  sva-senaya—along with infantry    SB 1.16.11
  sva-sevana sakti—the power to serve the Lord personally    Madhya 20.372
  sva-siddha—by self-accomplished    SB 5.9.9-10
  sva-siddhe—being self-sufficient    SB 2.2.4
  sva-siddhah—automatically achieved    SB 7.6.25
  sva-sthah—always situated in His transcendental position    SB 4.11.21
  sva-sthah—situated in self-realization    SB 4.28.64
  sva-sthaya—who is always situated in His original form    SB 8.17.9
  sva-suhrdah—unto the supreme friend    SB 7.6.26
  sva-sukha—in happiness of the self    Madhya 17.138
  sva-sukha-artha—for the purpose of one's own pleasure    Adi 4.204
  sva-sukha-nirbhrta-cetah—whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realization    Madhya 24.48
  sva-sukham—self-satisfaction    SB 1.9.32
  sva-sutam—her son    SB 3.25.6
  sva-sutasya—of her own child    SB 10.9.7
  sva-sutau—their own two sons    SB 10.8.25
  sva-sutebhyah—unto his sons    SB 5.20.9
  sva-sutan—his own sons    SB 3.1.6
  sva-sutaya—unto his own son    SB 7.4.28
  sva-svabhave—by their own characteristics    Madhya 14.152
  sva-svamya-bhavah—the condition of servanthood and mastership    SB 5.10.11
  sva-sadhu-krtyam—your own honest activities    Madhya 8.93
  sva-sarathim—to his charioteer    SB 4.10.22
  sva-sarah—own sisters    SB 1.14.27
  sva-tanau—within Your body    SB 10.3.31
  sva-tanaya—of His sons    SB 5.5.28
  sva-tanayaih—by your own sons    SB 8.17.14
  sva-tanayam—of your own son    SB 4.8.68
  sva-tanayebhyah—unto his own sons    SB 5.7.8
  sva-tanayesu—his own sons    SB 5.1.29
  sva-tanayan—for your own sons    SB 10.4.21
  sva-tantra—although independent    Adi 5.150
  sva-tantra—independently    Adi 12.9
  sva-tantram—independent, not caring for the so-called scientists and philosophers    SB 6.5.19
  sva-tantrah—remaining independent    SB 3.20.11
  sva-tanva—with His selfsame body    SB 1.15.36
  sva-tapasah—by dint of my own penances    SB 2.7.5
  sva-tapah—personal penances    SB 2.7.6
  sva-tejasa—by Your    Bg 11.19
  sva-tejasa—by Your own potency    SB 3.33.8
  sva-tejasa—by her order    SB 4.4.10
  sva-tejasa—by personal influence.    SB 4.13.23
  sva-tejasa—by our prowess.    SB 4.14.12
  sva-tejasa—by His spiritual energy    SB 4.31.18
  sva-tejasa—by my material strength    SB 5.17.22-23
  sva-tejasa—by His own spiritual potency    SB 5.19.4
  sva-tejasa—by my own prowess.    SB 9.1.20
  sva-tejah—personal strength    SB 2.7.20
  sva-tejah—by Your own potency    SB 3.13.42
  sva-tokesu—for their own sons    SB 10.13.26
  sva-tulyah—equal to Herself    Madhya 8.211
  sva-talu-mulam—at the root of the palate    SB 2.2.20
  sva-utsangat—from his lap    SB 7.5.33
  sva-vamsam—his original dynasty (the Puru dynasty)    SB 9.23.18-19
  sva-vacana—my statement    Antya 7.110-111
  sva-vasena—who is within the control only of His own self    SB 10.9.19
  sva-vadanani—their own faces    SB 5.25.4
  sva-vadham prati—fearing his own death from Visnu    SB 10.1.65-66
  sva-vairibhyah—by your own enemies, who were previously defeated by you    SB 6.7.22
  sva-varsam—on His place    SB 5.4.3
  sva-vatsakan—personal calves    SB 10.12.3
  sva-viryam—its own potency    SB 8.7.43
  sva-viryam—about his own power    SB 9.5.24
  sva-viryani—own activities    SB 1.6.33
  sva-vibhutinam—who are his personal expansions and assistants    SB 5.20.40
  sva-vidhi-niyoga-sauca-caritra-vihinah—without character, cleanliness, and the rules and regulations given according to one’s own duty in life    SB 5.6.10
  sva-vidhina—according to their own ritualistic principles    SB 5.9.15
  sva-viditam—known by Him    SB 5.4.16
  sva-vidyaya—by his own achievement.    SB 8.11.47
  sva-vihara-tantram—the network of activities for one’s own pleasure    SB 3.5.48
  sva-vijaye—in conquering the world    SB 4.23.4
  sva-vikramam—with omnipotency    SB 3.9.23
  sva-vilasa—for their personal sense gratification    SB 5.24.16
  sva-vilasa-rupe—who describes the pastimes of Lord Krsna.    Madhya 19.121
  sva-vimanena—by his own airplane    SB 6.17.25
  sva-visayam—his own kingdom    SB 5.26.6
  sva-viraha-vyadhim—suffering from the disease of separation from Lord Ramacandra    SB 9.10.30
  sva-vyatirekatah—as if the body were independent of the soul    SB 10.3.18
  sva-vrjinaih—by our own sinful activities    SB 3.15.49
  sva-vrttya—by one’s means of livelihood    SB 7.14.15
  sva-vakya—his own promise    Madhya 5.84
  sva-vasam—her own abode    SB 1.16.32-33
  sva-vatam—at home    SB 10.11.20
  sva-yoga-maya-balam—potency of the internal energy    SB 3.2.12
  sva-yogatah—as a result of their service to the Lord    SB 8.13.15-16
  sva-yonisu—the source of manifestation    SB 1.2.32
  sva-yonisu—in forms of wood    SB 3.28.43
  sva-yuthaih—by his own men    SB 8.15.10-11
  sva-yuthena—by his own associates    SB 8.2.23-24
  sva-abhasaih—by its own reflections    SB 3.27.13
  sva-abhasena—by its reflection    SB 3.27.12
  sva-acaritaih—by their characteristic behavior    SB 10.13.23
  sva-asisa—for their own interests    SB 6.18.42
  sva-asrama-padam—to their own respective hermitages    SB 4.14.35
  sva-asrama-paribhrastam—who strayed from its asrama    SB 5.8.24
  sva-asraman—to their respective hermitages    SB 1.9.47
  sva-asramaya—to his own hermitage    SB 3.23.43
  sva-asrayah—independent, being His own shelter    SB 6.5.12
  sva-agamaih—with your own theses    Madhya 6.181
  sva-alayam—to his own abode    SB 8.12.41
  sva-ananda—of self-realization    Madhya 10.178
  sva-ananda-tustah—being fully self-satisfied by transcendental bliss    SB 7.15.45
  sva-arabdha-karmana—by the bad results of his unseen fruitive actions    SB 5.8.26
  sva-arambhakam—begun by himself    SB 3.28.38
  sva-arama—personal pleasure    SB 9.11.35
  sva-atma—own self    SB 3.4.18
  sva-atma—regarding the self    SB 3.4.25
  sva-atma-arpanam—the full surrendering of one’s self    SB 7.6.26
  sva-atma-labha-adhigamah—who has achieved knowledge of the self    SB 5.9.9-10
  sva-atma-mayaya—by Your own energy    SB 6.9.40
  sva-atma-mayayah—by His internal potency    SB 3.4.3
  sva-atma-ratau—enjoying in His internal potency    SB 3.8.10
  sva-atma-vrttam—the information of the history of self-realization    SB 7.13.45
  sva-atmajayoh—to his own two sons, Krsna and Balarama    SB 10.5.22
  sva-atmajan—his own sons    SB 5.20.25
  sva-atman—in Your own Self    SB 3.4.16
  sva-atman—in the self    SB 3.14.28
  sva-atman—to his own self    SB 3.28.36
  sva-atmani—in Him    SB 8.3.4
  sva-atmana—along with the self    SB 2.2.35
  sva-atmataya—as if the self    SB 3.14.28
  sva-atmanam—the most dear    SB 6.18.75
  sva-madhurya—the sweetness of Himself    Adi 6.108
  sva-rajya—situated in his own constitutional position of rendering service to the Lord    SB 9.4.25
  yanhara sarva-sva—whose everything    Madhya 8.310