Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: viraha

  viraha—separation    SB 1.2.2, SB 1.13.6, SB 3.4.20, Antya 19.31
  viraha—of separation    Madhya 1.52, Madhya 2.5
  viraha—from separation    Antya 4.64, Antya 11.13
  viraha—by separation    SB 5.8.15

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: viraha

  apatya-viraha—by separation from her son    SB 3.33.21
  bahya-viraha—of external separation    Antya 3.36
  caitanya-viraha—of separation from Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu    Antya 13.64
  hari-viraha—due to separation from Hari    Antya 18.1
  krsna-bhakta-viraha—separation from the devotee of Lord Krsna    Madhya 8.248
  krsna-viraha—from separation from Lord Krsna    Adi 4.107
  krsna-viraha—feelings of separation from Krsna    Adi 13.40
  krsna-viraha-taranga—the waves of separation from Krsna    Antya 9.5
  krsnera viraha-sphurti—the awakening of separation from Krsna    Antya 20.136
  priya-viraha—being aggrieved by separation from His very dear wife    SB 9.10.4
  sva-viraha-vyadhim—suffering from the disease of separation from Lord Ramacandra    SB 9.10.30
  viraha-anale—in the fire of separation    Madhya 2.57
  viraha-duhkha—unhappiness of separation    Antya 6.5
  viraha-karsitah—distressed by separation    SB 1.13.35
  viraha-lila—the pastimes of separation    Madhya 1.51
  viraha-samudra-jale—in the water of the ocean of separation    Madhya 13.142
  viraha-sarpa—the separation snake    Adi 16.21
  viraha-sarpa—of the separation snake    Adi 16.21
  viraha-sphurti—feelings of separation    Madhya 14.73
  viraha-tarange—the waves of separation.    Madhya 19.239
  viraha-unmada—of the transcendental madness of separation from Krsna    Antya 14.5
  viraha-vedana—pangs of separation.    Antya 6.7
  viraha-vedanaya—at the time of pangs of separation    Antya 6.6
  viraha-aturam—afflicted by the thought of separation.    SB 9.14.41