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sat

ṣaṭ

ṣāṭ

sat bhavati

  • becomes factual and permanent — SB 8.9.29

ṣaṭ pradhānānām

  • of whom there were six foremost sons — SB 9.23.33

ṣaṭ sandarbhe

sat-ābhāsam

sat-ābhāsena

sat-ācāra

sat-ācārī

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-bhāṇḍāra

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pati

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa bhagavān

  • the Supreme Personality of Godhead, full in all six opulences — Madhya 25.33

ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-śakti

ṣaṭ-aiśvaryaiḥ

ṣaṭ-aiśvarye

sat-aṁśe

ṣaṭ-aṅgayā

ṣaṭ-aṅghri

ṣaṭ-aṅghribhiḥ

sat-annena

  • with food prepared with ghee and milk, which is supposed to be very pure — SB 8.16.54

sat-anugrahaḥ

  • who are always kind and merciful to the devotees — SB 10.2.31

sat-anugrahāya

  • for the sake of the devotees — SB 3.9.2
  • to show Your causeless mercy — SB 3.9.11

sat-ānuvṛttyā

sat-apadeśe

sat-apatyāt

sat-asat

sat-asat idam

  • this material manifestation of cause and effect — SB 5.25.10

sat-asat-ātmakaḥ

  • the form of the cause and effect — SB 3.22.4

sat-asat-ātmakam

sat-asat-ātmikā

  • as both the cause and the effect — SB 3.5.25

sat-asat-ātmikām

sat-asat-bhāva-bhāvanam

  • the cause of varieties of creation, its cause and effect — SB 8.7.24

sat-asat-paraḥ

  • who is the cause of all causes (the supreme cause) — SB 6.16.21

sat-asat-vimuktam

  • transcendental to the manifested and nonmanifested modes of material nature — SB 9.8.24

sat-asat-viśeṣam

  • with varieties manifest and unmanifest — SB 4.9.13

sat-asataḥ

sat-asati

sat-asatī

sat-asatoḥ

  • of the living entities, moving and not moving — SB 8.7.34
  • to both cause and effect — SB 8.12.9

sat-asattvam

sat-aśvaiḥ

sat-aśvam

ṣaṭ-ātmā

  • six circumstances (lamentation, illusion, old age, death, hunger and thirst) — SB 10.2.27

sat-avadhyānam

  • neglecting a great personality like you — SB 5.10.24

sat-bhakta

sat-bhakti

sat-bhāve

  • in the sense of the nature of the Supreme — Bg. 17.26-27

ṣaṭ-bhuja

ṣaṭ-bhuja-darśana

  • a vision of the six-armed Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu — Ādi 17.12

sat-carita

  • of very good character, observing all necessary rules and regulations — SB 9.6.50

sat-cit-ānanda

sat-cit-ānanda-ākāra

  • complete in eternity, cognizance and bliss — Madhya 6.166

sat-cit-ānanda-deha

sat-cit-ānanda-maya

sat-cit-ānanda-sāndra-aṅgaḥ

sat-cit-ānanda-tanu

  • Kṛṣṇa’s body is transcendental, full of knowledge, bliss and eternity — Madhya 8.136

sat-cit-ānandaḥ

sat-cit-rūpa-guṇa

ṣaṭ-darśana

ṣaṭ-darśane

sat-dharma

sat-dharma-śikṣā

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

sat-dharmaḥ

sat-dharmam

sat-dharmasya

sat-dhiyām

sat-gatau

sat-gati

sat-gati se haya

sat-gatim

  • the most elevated position of spiritual existence — SB 10.6.35-36

sat-grahaḥ

sat-guṇa

ṣaṭ-guṇa-īśaḥ

sat-guṇa-pradhāna

  • qualified with all good qualities — Ādi 13.56

sat-guṇa-sāgara

sat-guṇe

sat-guruḥ

ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ

  • who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses) — SB 5.14.2

ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa

  • by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin) — SB 5.14.1

sat-īpsita

  • O Lord desired by saintly persons — SB 9.4.61

sat-jana

sat-jātiḥ

sat-karmaṇām

  • of whom the performance of sacrifice — SB 4.7.47

sat-karṇa-pīyuṣe

  • who pleases the demands of the transcendental, purified ears — SB 9.24.62

sat-kartum

sat-kathā-udaye

sat-kathaḥ

sat-kathāḥ

  • discussions about transcendental subject matters — SB 4.14.36

sat-kathām

sat-kathāsu

  • by discussing the transcendental vibration — SB 4.30.36

sat-kīrtiḥ

sat-kriyā-arthaḥ

  • simply for pleasing Your Lordship — SB 3.9.13

sat-kriyaḥ

sat-kriyāḥ

  • good activities (like the performance of sacrifices or austerities) — SB 7.5.41

sat-kriyām

sat-kriyayā

sat-kṛtaḥ

sat-kṛtāḥ

sat-kṛtam

sat-kula-vipra

  • a brāhmaṇa born in a very respectable aristocratic family — Antya 4.66

sat-kulīna

sat-lakṣaṇa

sat-maṇīn

ṣaṭ-māsāḥ

sat-mataḥ

  • well recognized by higher circles — SB 9.9.31

sat-mukharitām

ṣaṭ-ṇavatiḥ

ṣaṭ-pada

ṣaṭ-padam

ṣaṭ-padām

  • bumblebees, which have six legs — SB 8.8.15

ṣaṭ-pañca-varṣaḥ

sat-pateḥ

sat-pathaḥ

sat-patham

  • the path of the Absolute Truth — SB 3.28.1

sat-pathe

sat-patim

  • the Supreme Personality of Godhead, master of the liberated souls — SB 8.22.15
  • unto the gentle husband — SB 9.4.66

sat-pātra

sat-pātram

sat-prema

sat-śabdaḥ

ṣaṭ-sahasrāṇi

ṣaṭ-śaktibhiḥ

sat-samāgamaḥ

sat-saṅga

sat-saṅga-mahimāra jñāne

  • knowledge of the greatness of association with a great devotee — Madhya 24.229

sat-saṅgaḥ

sat-saṅgama-ākhyena

sat-saṅgamaḥ

sat-saṅgāt

sat-saṅge

sat-saṅgrahāya

  • understood only by pure devotees — SB 6.9.45

sat-saṅkalpasya

  • one whose determination is never lost — SB 4.1.30

sat-saṅkalpena

  • by Dhruva Mahārāja, who had only good desires in his heart — SB 4.9.18

ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ

sat-śāstra-paripanthinaḥ

  • diverted from transcendental scriptural injunctions — SB 4.2.28

sat-sevakaḥ

sat-sevanīyaḥ

  • worthy to serve the pure devotees — SB 3.8.1

sat-sevayā

  • by service of the Absolute Truth — SB 1.6.23

sat-sevyāḥ

sat-śiñjitaḥ

ṣaṭ-śloke

sat-śraddhayā

sat-striyaḥ

sat-tama

sat-tamaḥ

sat-tamāḥ

sat-tamasya

  • you who are the best among human beings — SB 5.10.24

ṣaṭ-triṁśat

ṣaṭ-triṁśat-lakṣa-yojana-āyataḥ

sat-tvam

sat-uktibhiḥ

  • by instructions that are factual, not temporary — SB 6.15.1

ṣaṭ-unnataḥ

sat-upalakṣita

  • appearing in different symptoms — SB 7.9.36

sat-vaidya

sat-vākyam

sat-vaṁśataḥ

ṣaṭ-varga

ṣaṭ-vargaḥ

ṣaṭ-vargaiḥ

  • by the six symptoms of the senses (lusty desires, anger, greed, illusion, madness and jealousy) — SB 7.7.33

ṣaṭ-vargam

  • the six senses, including the mind — SB 9.19.24

ṣaṭ-vargera vaśe

  • under the control of the six kinds of bodily change — Antya 5.80

ṣāṭ-vargikam

  • endowed with all the potencies of His opulences — SB 1.3.36

ṣaṭ-vasu

  • six kinds of enjoyable material opulence — SB 9.23.26

sat-veśa

ṣaṭ-vidha

ṣaṭ-vidhā

ṣaṭ-vidha prakāra

ṣaṭ-vidha-aiśvarya

ṣaṭ-vidhaḥ

ṣaṭ-vidham

sat-viśeṣaṇam

sat-vyayam

ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ

  • who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mind — SB 6.1.52

avyabhicāri-sat-guṇaiḥ

  • with extraordinary transcendental qualities — SB 8.8.23

avyabhicāri-sat-guṇam

  • without any change of qualities — SB 8.8.19

brahma-sāt

brāhmaṇa sat-jana

brāhmaṇa-sat-jana

dānava-sat-tamaḥ

  • the best of the demons, namely Jambhāsura — SB 8.11.17

draviḍa-sat-tamaḥ

  • the best of those born in Draviḍa-deśa, South India — SB 8.4.7

dvi-ṣaṭ

dvi-ṣaṭ-guṇa-yutāt

jita-ṣaṭ-guṇānām

  • who have conquered the influence of the six kinds of material whips — SB 5.1.35

jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ

  • conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind) — SB 5.11.15

kīrtanya-guṇa-sat-katham

  • whose transcendental pastimes and qualities are glorious — SB 8.4.3-4

kuru-sat-tama

muni-sat-tamaḥ

  • the greatest among the devotee philosophers — SB 1.13.40

naṣṭa-sat-ācāraḥ

  • who lost all brahminical qualities — SB 6.1.21

pañca-ṣaṭ-dhā

ṛṣi-sat-tamam

  • the most exalted saintly person — SB 6.9.51

rūpera sat-guṇa

  • the transcendental qualities of Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī — Antya 1.208

sabhā-sat

sarva-sat-guṇa-māhātmye

  • glorified by all godly attributes — SB 1.12.24

sarva-sat-lakṣaṇa

siddha-sat-tamāḥ

  • the best of the perfect beings, the pure devotees — SB 6.1.33

śravaṇīya-sat-kathaḥ

su-sat-jana rāya

sura-sat-tama

sura-sat-tamaiḥ

tri-ṣaṭ-śatam

vijita-ṣaṭ-guṇa

  • completely controlling the six bad qualities (lust, anger, greed, etc.) — Madhya 22.78-80