Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vidhah

  vidhah—like    SB 1.13.10, Adi 1.63, Madhya 10.12
  vidhah—varieties    SB 3.10.21
  vidhah—like.    SB 4.6.47
  vidhah—varieties    SB 5.26.2

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: vidhah

  tri-vidhah—three kinds    Bg 17.23, Bg 18.4, Bg 18.18, SB 3.10.14
  bhavat-vidhah—like you    SB 7.10.11, Madhya 20.57
  evam-vidhah—like this    Bg 11.53, Bg 11.54
  asta-vidhah—eight kinds    SB 3.10.28-29
  asmat-vidhah—like us    SB 5.24.26
  bahu-vidhah—multifarious    SB 3.29.7
  bahu-vidhah—various kinds of    Bg 4.32
  bhavat-vidhah—like your good self    SB 3.14.12
  bhavat-vidhah—like you    SB 8.15.29
  catur-vidhah—four kinds of    Bg 7.16
  catuh-vidhah—four kinds of.    SB 1.17.38
  catuh-vidhah—of four kinds of living entities    SB 8.5.32
  catuh-vidhah—living entities born from embryos, eggs, perspiration and seeds    SB 2.10.37-40
  catuh-vidhah—four kinds    Madhya 24.94
  dasa-vidhah—ten kinds    SB 3.6.9
  dasa-vidhah—ten kinds of    SB 3.7.23
  dvi-vidhah—two kinds    SB 4.29.23-25
  dvi-vidhah—the moving and the standing living entities    SB 2.10.37-40
  eka-vidhah—one species    SB 3.10.26
  ekadasa-vidhah—the eleven senses    SB 3.32.29
  evam vidhah—in this way    SB 7.12.16
  evam-vidhah—like that    SB 5.1.35
  evam-vidhah—of this sort    SB 5.26.37
  mat-vidhah—a person like me    SB 6.7.35
  nava-vidhah—of nine different kinds    SB 3.10.14
  sat-vidhah—six kinds of    SB 3.10.19
  panca-vidhah—the five material elements    SB 3.32.29
  panca-vidhah—consisting of five senses for acquiring knowledge (the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and touch)    SB 10.2.27
  prthak-vidhah—differently arranged.    Bg 10.4-5
  tatha-vidhah—of the kind (a foolish krpana who does not know his real self-interest).    SB 6.9.49
  tatha-vidhah—who has been advised in such a way (by Vasudeva)    SB 10.1.44
  tri-vidhah—of the three kinds    SB 3.26.23-24
  tvat-vidhah—personalities like you    SB 4.17.20
  tvat-vidhah—like Your Honor    SB 7.11.4