vidaḥ

a-tat-prabhāva-vidaḥ

  • without understanding his exalted position — SB 5.9.8

a-tat-tattva-vidaḥ

  • not knowing the secret (of the portents) — SB 3.17.15

a-tat-vidaḥ

  • persons who are not conversant with this — SB 3.33.11
  • persons who are not in knowledge — SB 4.29.48

adhyātma-vidaḥ

  • who have realized spiritual knowledge — SB 5.18.4

akṛtsna-vidaḥ

  • persons with a poor fund of knowledge — Bg. 3.29

an-evam-vidaḥ

  • of a person who has no knowledge (about ātma-tattva and the steadiness of the ātmā in his own identity, despite the changes of the body) — SB 10.4.20

apramāṇa-vidaḥ

ātma-vidaḥ

brahma-vidaḥ

  • completely in awareness of the Absolute Truth — SB 9.1.18
  • one who knows the Absolute — Bg. 8.24

gandha-vidaḥ

gati-vidaḥ

mantra-vidaḥ

  • completely expert in chanting the Vedic hymns — SB 10.7.17
  • experts in reciting the Vedic hymns — Madhya 22.20
  • the great chanter of the Vedic hymns — SB 2.4.17

parāvara-vidaḥ

  • amongst the learned scholars, one who is conversant with physical and metaphysical knowledge — SB 1.1.7

purā-vidaḥ

  • learned scholars — SB 8.14.11
  • those learned in the historical events of the purāṇasSB 5.15.8

śabda-vidaḥ

tat-vidaḥ

  • one who knows — Bg. 13.1-2
  • the experts who know about it — SB 5.21.2
  • those who are advanced in knowledge of the body and soul — SB 7.2.49

tattva-vidaḥ

veda-vidaḥ

  • a person conversant with the VedasBg. 8.11

yajña-vidaḥ

  • conversant with the purpose of performing — Bg. 4.30