Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vanam

  vanam—to the forest.    SB 3.23.52, SB 3.24.41, SB 3.33.21, SB 4.9.22, SB 4.9.67, SB 4.11.28, SB 4.12.42, SB 4.26.1-3, SB 7.5.5, SB 9.1.42 (and more...)
  vanam—in the forest    SB 2.7.23, SB 4.9.23, SB 4.23.19, SB 9.6.53, SB 9.19.23
  vanam—forest    SB 3.1.1, SB 3.1.8, SB 3.1.21, SB 4.6.23, SB 9.1.33
  vanam—the forest    SB 4.6.28, SB 5.8.12, SB 8.1.7, SB 9.2.15, SB 9.8.2
  vanam—into the forest.    SB 3.12.20, SB 9.5.26, SB 9.16.10
  vanam—forests    SB 3.15.16
  vanam—into a forest    SB 4.11.3
  vanam—for the forest    SB 4.13.6
  vanam—forest near Kuöakäcala    SB 5.6.8
  vanam—a forest    SB 6.11.8
  vanam—retired life    SB 7.12.13-14
  vanam—another forest    SB 10.11.28
  vanam—within the forest    SB 10.13.28
  vanam—to another forest    Madhya 25.130

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: vanam

  aravinda-vanam—the forest of lotus flowers    SB 1.16.32-33
  båhat vanam—the great forest    SB 10.5.26
  kamala-vanam—a forest of lotus flowers    Antya 1.169
  madhoù vanam—the forest known as Madhuvana    SB 4.9.1
  madhu-vanam—of the name Madhuvana    SB 4.8.42
  sukumära-vanam—the forest known as Sukumära    SB 9.1.25
  tapaù-vanam—the forest path where Dhruva Mahäräja executed his austerity    SB 4.8.63
  tapaù-vanam—in the forest where one can execute austerities.    SB 4.23.1-3
  tapaù-vanam—in the forest where meditation is performed    SB 5.20.25
  vanam gataù—retired to the forest as a vänaprastha.    SB 9.6.25
  vanam yätaù—went to the forest    SB 6.1.58-60
  vanät vanam—within the forest from one place to another.    SB 9.1.33