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dharma

dharma bujhāite

  • to establish principles of religion or duty — Antya 2.143

dharma chāḍi'

dharma dekhi'

dharma nahe

dharma pravartana kare

  • introduces a particular type of religious activity — Madhya 20.341

dharma saṁsthāpana kare

  • establishes the principles of religion — Ādi 5.113

dharma sāra

dharma śikhāite

dharma-abhiratāya

  • unto one who has taken this religious vow — SB 3.8.7

dharma-ācāri-madhye

  • among persons who actually follow the Vedic principles or religious system — Madhya 19.147

dharma-ādayaḥ

  • all four principles of religious behavior — SB 1.5.9
  • the three principles of material advancement, namely religion, economic development and sense gratification — SB 7.6.25

dharma-adharma

dharma-ādi

dharma-ādiḥ

dharma-ādīnām

  • of all religion, austerity and penance — SB 4.7.40

dharma-ādiṣu

  • regarding spiritual life and economic development — SB 4.8.59-60

dharma-ākhyam

dharma-alīkam

  • cheating in religious principles (pretending to be the priest of the demigods, but secretly acting as the priest of the demons also) — SB 6.9.4

dharma-amṛtam

  • eternal religious principle of Kṛṣṇa consciousness — Madhya 23.113

dharma-anuvartinaḥ

  • those who are pious and act according to the regulative principles or Vedic injunctions — SB 5.26.37

dharma-artha-dugha

  • benefit derived from religion and economic development — SB 4.6.44

dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa

  • the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation — SB 4.8.41

dharma-arthaḥ

  • for spiritual advancement — SB 2.3.8

dharma-artham

  • in religion or economic development — SB 7.15.15

dharma-ātmā

dharma-aupayikam

  • which is a means to religious principles — SB 5.14.2

dharma-avanāya

  • for the protection of religious principles — SB 6.8.19

dharma-aviruddha

  • not against the religious principles — Bg. 7.11

dharma-avitari

dharma-bādhaḥ

  • obstructs the execution of one’s own religious principles — SB 7.15.13

dharma-bhaya

dharma-bhṛt

  • one who observes the religious principles — SB 4.23.1-3

dharma-bhṛtām

  • of all the protectors of religion — SB 1.17.37
  • of persons executing religious activities — SB 4.16.4
  • of those who strictly follow religious principles — SB 1.10.1

dharma-dhvajāya

dharma-dhyāna

dharma-dṛk

dharma-dṛśām

  • of persons interested in maintaining religion — SB 6.2.2

dharma-dughā

  • producing sufficient milk for religiosity — SB 4.19.7

dharma-dughām

  • beneficial because one can draw religion from her — SB 1.17.3

dharma-eka-antasya

  • for one who is engaged in the ultimate occupational service — SB 1.2.9

dharma-ghnāḥ

  • they who break the principles of religion — SB 6.2.29

dharma-goptā

  • protector of the occupational duties of everyone — SB 5.15.9

dharma-gup

dharma-guptaye

  • for the protection of religious principles — Madhya 8.146

dharma-hāni haya

dharma-hetuḥ

  • the cause of advancement in spiritual life — SB 7.13.9

dharma-jijñāsayā

  • with a desire to know the supreme, ultimate religious principle (devotional service) — SB 6.12.23

dharma-jña

  • O knower of the principles of religion — SB 4.17.18
  • O one who knows the codes of religion — SB 1.17.22
  • O you, who are quite aware of religious principles — SB 9.9.30
  • one who is aware of the principles of religion — SB 1.7.46

dharma-jñā

  • fully conversant with religious principles — SB 7.11.28

dharma-jñaḥ

  • Dadhīci, who knows the principles of religion — SB 6.9.54
  • one who is aware of religious principles — SB 7.15.12
  • one who knows religious principles — SB 1.9.9
  • one who knows the principles of religion — SB 1.19.40, SB 9.4.38
  • the knower of religious principles — SB 4.17.19

dharma-jñāḥ

  • fully imbued with knowledge of religious principles — SB 6.1.13-14

dharma-jñam

dharma-jñān

  • persons who are aware of religious principles — SB 4.24.26

dharma-jñāna-ādibhiḥ saha

  • along with religious principles, transcendental knowledge, and so on — Madhya 24.321

dharma-jñāna-vairāgya

  • of religion, pure knowledge and renunciation — SB 5.20.40

dharma-jñe

dharma-kalā

dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ

  • persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation — SB 8.3.19

dharma-kāma-arthān

  • for religiosity and economic development — Bg. 18.34

dharma-karma

dharma-kovidāḥ

  • completely conversant with religious principles — SB 4.13.22

dharma-kṛte

dharma-kṣetre

  • in the place of pilgrimage — Bg. 1.1

dharma-māninaḥ

dharma-marma

dharma-maryādā

  • etiquette of religious principles — Ādi 6.41

dharma-mayaḥ

  • full of religious principles — SB 7.2.11
  • personified religious scripture — SB 2.4.19

dharma-mayena

  • which is full of religious principles — SB 9.5.7

dharma-mayīm

  • the director of all religious principles — SB 5.18.1

dharma-mūlam

  • the root of religious principles — SB 7.11.7

dharma-nandanāḥ

dharma-nāśa

dharma-pālaḥ

dharma-pālasya

  • of Yamarāja, the maintainer of religious principles — SB 6.1.34-36

dharma-paraḥ

  • one who is strictly following religious principles — SB 4.17.31

dharma-parāyaṇa

dharma-pataye

  • unto the master or propounder of religious principles — SB 5.14.45

dharma-pathe

dharma-patiḥ

dharma-patnīḥ

dharma-patnyaḥ

dharma-pracāraṇa

dharma-putraḥ

dharma-rājaḥ

  • King Yudhiṣṭhira — SB 1.12.4
  • Yamarāja, the superintendent of death and the judge of religious and irreligious activities — SB 6.3.1

dharma-rājasya

  • of King Yamarāja, who knows the religious principles — SB 6.1.38
  • of the king of religious principles, Yamarāja — SB 6.1.32

dharma-rājena

dharma-rāṭ iva

  • like King Yamarāja (the superintendent of death) — SB 4.22.59

dharma-rūpa-dhṛk

  • assuming the form of religious principles — SB 2.10.42

dharma-sadane

dharma-saṁśrayaḥ

  • under the protection of piety — SB 4.9.22

dharma-saṁsthāpana lāgi'

  • for establishing the etiquette of religious principles — Madhya 12.124

dharma-sārathiḥ

dharma-śāstrāṇi

  • scriptures giving right directions to progressive life — SB 1.1.6

dharma-sāvarṇiḥ

dharma-sāvarṇye

dharma-setave

  • who protects religious principles — SB 7.11.5

dharma-setoḥ

dharma-setu

dharma-setūn

  • the bounds of prescribed religious principles — SB 5.26.22

dharma-setūnām

dharma-śikṣā

dharma-śīlaḥ

  • those who are on the progressive path of liberation — SB 1.17.41

dharma-śīlāḥ

  • good character and behavior — SB 6.5.2

dharma-śīlaiḥ

  • by persons respectful to the religious principles — SB 6.7.35

dharma-śīlasya

  • who were strictly attached to religious principles — SB 10.1.2

dharma-sthāpana-hetu

dharma-sūnoḥ

  • of Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira — SB 3.2.13

dharma-sutaḥ

dharma-sutam

  • by the son of Dharma (Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira) — SB 3.3.18

dharma-tattva-vit

  • one who is actually learned in regard to religious activities — SB 7.15.7

dharma-varmaṇi

dharma-vatsalaḥ

  • adherent to the principles of religion — SB 9.4.11
  • very much fond of religious principles — SB 4.24.26

dharma-vatsalāḥ

dharma-vimohitān

  • bewildered on the path of religion — SB 4.21.30

dharma-vit

  • aware of all religious principles — SB 9.18.32
  • completely aware of religious principles — SB 8.18.28
  • knowing the religious principles — SB 6.5.31
  • one who is actually advanced in religious principles — SB 7.15.11
  • one who knows the principles of religion — SB 1.7.36
  • one who knows what religion is — SB 1.4.27

dharma-vyatikaraḥ

  • violation of religious principles — SB 4.19.35

dharma-vyatikramam

  • the transgression of the regulative principles of religion — SB 9.4.44

dharma-yoniḥ

dharma-yuktam

  • in terms of religious principles — SB 8.19.1

dharma-yutam

  • completely in accord with the principles of religion — SB 8.19.2

akhila-dharma-bhāvanam

  • who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human being — SB 8.1.16

akhila-dharma-setave

  • whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universe — SB 9.5.6

ati-dharma-ātmā

bhagavat-dharma

bhāgavata-dharma-darśanāḥ

  • authorized preachers of Śrīmad-BhāgavatamSB 5.4.11-12

bhakta-dharma

bhakti-dharma

bhinna bhinna dharma

deha-dharma

dui dharma

e-dharma kemata

gṛha-dharma

hindu-dharma

  • the religious principles of the Hindus — Ādi 17.174

jīvera dharma

kali-yugera dharma

kara dharma nāśa

  • you spoil their religious principles — Antya 8.75

kare dharma nāśa

  • destroys the regulative principles — Antya 8.16

karena yuga-dharma

  • manifests His pastimes in different millenniums — Madhya 20.330

kṣatra-dharmā

  • expert in the duties of a kṣatriyaSB 9.17.17

kula-dharma

lajjā-dharma

loka-dharma

loka-veda-dharma

  • social and Vedic religious principles — Antya 14.43

mālā-kāra-dharma

  • the business of a gardener — Ādi 9.8

manaḥ-dharma

mokṣa-dharma-vit

  • the knower of the path of liberation — SB 4.19.32

mora nija-dharma

nija dharma-nāśa

nija-dharma

nija-dharma yāya

nija-dharma-bhāvite

  • being situated in one’s original constitutional position — SB 4.8.22

nivṛtti-dharma

  • in religious activities for detachment — SB 3.32.6

parama-dharma-vit

  • the most learned scholar in religious principles — SB 9.1.6

pati-vratā-dharma

prema-dharma

samāna-dharmā

sannyāsa-dharma

sannyāsīra dharma

sarva-dharma-vidām

śāśvata-dharma-goptā

  • maintainer of the eternal religion — Bg. 11.18

sat-dharma

sat-dharma-śikṣā

  • instruction in the transcendental process of devotional service — Madhya 22.115

satya-dharmā

  • the religious principles of perfection (satya, śama, titikṣā and so on) — Madhya 19.165

sei vidhi-dharma

smṛti-dharma

  • regulative principles of the smṛti-śāstraMadhya 3.101

sūkṣma-dharma-marma

sva-dharma

sva-dharma-ācaraṇam

  • executing one’s prescribed duties — SB 3.28.2

sva-dharma-ācaraṇe

  • by executing one’s occupational duty — Madhya 8.57

sva-dharma-hā

  • the killer of his own principles of religion — SB 5.26.15

sva-dharma-niratāḥ

  • fully engaged in their respective occupational duties — SB 9.10.50

sva-dharma-niṣṭhaḥ

  • one who is situated in his own dharma, or occupation — SB 4.24.29

sva-dharma-patham

sva-dharma-śīlaiḥ

sva-dharma-stha

  • one who is faithful to his prescribed duty — SB 1.17.16

sva-dharma-tyāga

  • relinquishing one’s occupational duties — Madhya 8.61

tamaḥ-dharma

  • on the platform of the mode of ignorance — Antya 4.60
  • performed under the mode of ignorance — Antya 4.57

tat-dharma

  • concerning that religious principle — SB 9.4.38

tat-dharma-paraiḥ

  • by following in the footsteps of the Lord — SB 4.21.39

vairāgya-dharma

vaiṣṇava-dharma

varṇa-āśrama-dharma

  • the institution of four castes and four āśramasMadhya 9.256
  • the regulative principle of four varṇas and four āśramasMadhya 22.93

vayaḥ-dharma

veda-dharma

vidhi-dharma

vidhi-dharma chāḍi'

  • giving up all regulative principles of the varṇa and āśrama institution — Madhya 22.142

viruddha-dharma

viruddha-dharma-maya

  • consists of conflicting characteristics — Ādi 4.127

vrata-dharma

yati-dharma-cihna

  • the symptom of a person in the renounced order of life — Madhya 15.189

yatira dharma

  • the religious principle of a sannyāsīAntya 8.85

yuga-dharma