Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vratah

  vratah—vow    SB 1.6.31
  vratah—his vow    SB 3.32.3
  vratah—the vow    SB 5.5.29
  vratah—vows.    Bg 4.28
  vratah—avowed.    Bg 16.10
  vratah—and vows    SB 4.2.26
  vratah—vow    SB 4.24.13

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: vratah

  evam-vratah—when one thus engages in the vow to chant and dance    Adi 7.94, Madhya 9.262, Madhya 23.41, Madhya 25.141, Antya 3.179
  drdha-vratah—with determination.    Bg 7.28, Bg 9.14
  abrhat-vratah—without strictly following a vow of celibacy.    SB 2.6.20
  brhat-vratah—invariably observing the vow of celibacy    SB 7.12.7
  brhat-vratah—have taken the vow of celibacy.    SB 7.12.12
  brhat-vratah—all of them absolutely brahmacari    SB 8.21.1
  cirna-vratah—finishing the duration of time living in the forest    SB 9.10.32
  deva-vratah—Bhismadeva    SB 1.9.1
  deva-vratah—worshipers of demigods    Bg 9.25
  dhrta-bhagavat-vratah—having accepted the vow to serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.7.13
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in spiritual qualities    SB 1.5.13
  dhrta-vratah—taken to a vow.    SB 3.14.1
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in the execution of the Vedic injunctions    SB 6.1.56-57
  dhrta-vratah—taking it as a vow.    SB 4.6.44
  dhrta-vratah—accepted vows    SB 6.5.25
  dhrta-vratah—fixed in vows    SB 8.1.22
  dhrta-vratah—with vows of determination.    SB 9.9.13
  drdha-vratah—firmly determined    SB 4.16.16
  drdha-vratah—with firm determination.    SB-4.21.36
  hata-vratah—who broke all his vows    SB 6.2.45
  madhu-vratah—the bumblebees    Antya 1.159
  mauna-vratah—the vow of silence (not talking with anyone)    SB 8.4.8
  muni-vratah—with the vows of a sage    SB 1.19.7
  muni-vratah—just take the vow of the great sages, the vow of silence    SB 4.24.71
  pati-vratah—devoted to the husband    SB 6.18.35
  pitr-vratah—worshipers of ancestors    Bg 9.25
  priya-vratah—King Priyavrata    SB 5.1.1
  su-vratah—being fixed in his vow    SB 8.22.29-30
  su-vratah—highly elevated in spiritual power    SB 9.1.29
  sudrdha-vratah—firmly determined    Madhya 23.72
  vira-vratah—a son named Viravrata    SB 5.15.14-15
  vira-vratah—firmly determined    SB 5.17.2
  virasana-vratah—taking the vow of virasana, standing with a sword.    SB 9.2.3