sva

sva-janam kinsmen; BG 1.28
sva-janam own kinsmen; BG 1.31
sva-janam kinsmen; BG 1.36
sva-janam kinsmen; BG 1.44
sva-bhāvaḥ characteristics; BG 2.7
sva-dharmam one's own religious principles; BG 2.31
sva-dharmam your religious duty; BG 2.33
sva-dharmaḥ one's prescribed duties; BG 3.35
sva-dharme in one's prescribed duties; BG 3.35
śva-pāke in the dog-eater (the outcaste); BG 5.18
sva-cakṣuṣā your own eyes; BG 11.8
sva-tejasā by Your radiance; BG 11.19
sva-sthaḥ being situated in himself; BG 14.22-25
sva-bhāva-jā according to his mode of material nature; BG 17.2
sva-karma in his own duty; BG 18.45
sva-karmaṇā by his own duties; BG 18.46
sva-dharmaḥ one's own occupation; BG 18.47
sva-rāṭ fully independent; SB 1.1.1
sva-anubhāvam self-assimilated (experienced); SB 1.2.3
sva-kathāḥ His own words; SB 1.2.17
sva-yoniṣu the source of manifestation; SB 1.2.32
sva-nirmiteṣu in His own creation; SB 1.2.33
sva-saṃvidā by self-realization; SB 1.3.33
sva-dhāma own abode; SB 1.3.43
sva-dharmam one's own occupational engagement; SB 1.5.17
sva-dharmataḥ being engaged in occupational service; SB 1.5.17
sva-māyayā one's own ignorance; SB 1.5.27
sva-nigamam confidential knowledge of the Vedas in respect to the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 1.5.39
sva-vīryāṇi own activities; SB 1.6.33
sva-prāṇān one's own life; SB 1.7.37
sva own; SB 1.7.41
sva-astreṇa by the weapon; SB 1.8.13
sva-māyayā by the personal energy; SB 1.8.14
sva-kṛta self-executed; SB 1.8.37
sva-lakṣaṇa Your own marks; SB 1.8.39
sva-puram own residence; SB 1.8.45
sva-bhāva by his own acquired qualities; SB 1.9.26
sva-sukham self-satisfaction; SB 1.9.32
sva-jana kinsmen; SB 1.9.36
sva-nigamam own truthfulness; SB 1.9.37
sva-rūpam original form; SB 1.9.39
sva-āśramān to their respective hermitages; SB 1.9.47
sva own; SB 1.10.22
sva-janmanā by His appearance; SB 1.10.26
sva-patim unto the soul of the living being (Kṛṣṇa); SB 1.10.27
sva-nagarīm towards His own city (Dvārakā); SB 1.10.33
sva-mātṛbhiḥ by His own mothers; SB 1.11.28
sva-bhavanam personal palaces; SB 1.11.30
sva personal, internal; SB 1.11.35
sva-gadayā by means of His own club; SB 1.12.10
sva-antaḥ-sthena having been situated in the heart; SB 1.13.10
sva-puryām along with their residential place; SB 1.13.11
gata-sva-artham without being properly utilized; SB 1.13.26
sva-dṛk qualitatively like Him; SB 1.13.48
sva-bhāryayā his own wife; SB 1.13.51
sva-janāḥ relatives; SB 1.14.25
sva-sāraḥ own sisters; SB 1.14.27
sva-puryām in His own city; SB 1.14.35-36
sva-tanvā with His selfsame body; SB 1.15.36
sva-rāṭ the emperor; SB 1.15.38
sva-kṣayam his own abode; SB 1.15.49
sva-senayā along with infantry; SB 1.16.11
sva-pūrveṣām about his own forefathers; SB 1.16.13-15
sva-vāsam her own abode; SB 1.16.32-33
sva-dharma-stha one who is faithful to his prescribed duty; SB 1.17.16
sva by your own; SB 1.17.20
sva-dharmaḥ consequential occupation; SB 1.18.22
sva-bhṛtyeṣu unto one who is subordinate and deserves to be protected; SB 1.18.47
sva his own; SB 1.19.12
sva own; SB 1.19.17
sva own; SB 1.19.28
sva-dharma particular occupational duty; SB 2.1.6
sva-buddhyā by one's intelligence; SB 2.1.38
sva-siddhe being self-sufficient; SB 2.2.4
sva-citte in one's own heart; SB 2.2.6
sva-karma-jān produced from one's own work; SB 2.2.7
sva-deha-antaḥ within the body; SB 2.2.8
sva-buddhyā by his own intelligence; SB 2.2.16
sva-pārṣṇinā with the heel of one's foot; SB 2.2.19
sva-tālu-mūlam at the root of the palate; SB 2.2.20
sva-ātmanā along with the self; SB 2.2.35
śva a dog; SB 2.3.19
sva-dhāmani in His own abode; SB 2.4.14
sva in his own; SB 2.4.22
sva-rociṣā by His own effulgence; SB 2.5.11
sva-bhāvaḥ intuition or nature; SB 2.5.14
sva-dhiṣṇyam radiation; SB 2.6.17
sva-antam its own limit; SB 2.6.36
sva-mātre unto His own mother; SB 2.7.3
sva-tapasaḥ by dint of my own penances; SB 2.7.5
sva-tapaḥ personal penances; SB 2.7.6
sva-tejaḥ personal strength; SB 2.7.20
sva-kīrtim personal glories; SB 2.7.20
sva-nigamaḥ the Vedic literatures compiled by Him; SB 2.7.36
sva-rahasā by His own leg; SB 2.7.40
śva dogs; SB 2.7.42
sva-bhāva own constitution; SB 2.7.49
sva-dhātu forming elements; SB 2.7.49
sva-ceṣṭitam seriously by one's own endeavor; SB 2.8.4
sva-śaraṇam in his own abode; SB 2.8.6
sva-rūpataḥ in an unconditioned state; SB 2.8.22
sva-lokam His own planet or abode; SB 2.9.9
sva-dṛṣṭa-vadbhiḥ by those who have perfectly realized the self; SB 2.9.9
sva-pārṣada own associates; SB 2.9.15
sva-artha own interest; SB 2.9.40
sva-rūpeṇa in constitutional form; SB 2.10.6
sva own; SB 2.10.9
sva own; SB 2.10.11
sva-bhāvaḥ jīvaḥ the living entities; SB 2.10.12
sva-bhāvaḥ habit; SB 2.10.41
sva-gṛham own house; SB 3.1.1
sva-sutān his own sons; SB 3.1.6
sva-puryām along with His family; SB 3.1.12
sva-garbheṇa by her own womb; SB 3.1.33
sva-dorbhyām own arms; SB 3.1.36
sva-riktham own property; SB 3.1.39
sva-puryāḥ from his own house; SB 3.1.41
sva-putrān with his own sons; SB 3.1.41
sva-bimbam His own form; SB 3.2.11
sva-yoga-māyā-balam potency of the internal energy; SB 3.2.12
sva-śānta-rūpeṣu unto the peaceful devotees of the Lord; SB 3.2.15
sva-rūpaiḥ according to their own modes of nature; SB 3.2.15
sva-pitroḥ own parents; SB 3.3.1
sva-bhāgam own share; SB 3.3.3
sva-śastraiḥ by His own weapons; SB 3.3.4
sva-māyayā by His internal potency; SB 3.3.8
sva-puṃsām of His own men; SB 3.3.10
sva-rājye in his own kingdom; SB 3.3.16
sva-ātma-māyāyāḥ by His internal potency; SB 3.4.3
sva-kulam His own family; SB 3.4.4
sva-ātman in Your own Self; SB 3.4.16
sva-ātma own self; SB 3.4.18
sva-ātma regarding the self; SB 3.4.25
sva-bhṛtya-artha-kṛtaḥ for the interest of their servants; SB 3.4.25
sva-kulam own family; SB 3.4.29
sva-kriyā personal duties; SB 3.5.38
sva-puṃsām of the devotees; SB 3.5.43
sva-vihāra-tantram the network of activities for one's own pleasure; SB 3.5.48
sva-cakṣuḥ personal plan; SB 3.5.51
sva-śaktīnām own potency; SB 3.6.1
sva-aṃśena by one's own part; SB 3.6.12
sva-dhiṣṇyam own position; SB 3.6.19
sva-aṃśena with his own parts; SB 3.6.22
sva-dharmeṇa by one's own occupational duties; SB 3.6.34
sva-gurum with the spiritual master; SB 3.6.34
sva-śiraḥ own head; SB 3.7.10
sva-jaṭā bunch of hairs; SB 3.8.5
sva-ātma-ratau enjoying in His internal potency; SB 3.8.10
sva-śaktyā by His own energy; SB 3.8.12
sva-dehe in His own body; SB 3.8.12
sva-rociṣā by its own effulgence; SB 3.8.14
sva-dhiṣṇyam own seat; SB 3.8.21
sva-māna by His own measurement; SB 3.8.25
sva-kāmāya according to the desire; SB 3.8.26
sva-kīrti-mayyā by His own glories; SB 3.8.31
sva-puṃsām of Your own devotees; SB 3.9.5
sva-vikramam with omnipotency; SB 3.9.23
sva-sambhavam the source of his appearance; SB 3.9.26
śvā dog; SB 3.10.24
sva-śaktyā by his own energy; SB 3.11.15
sva-mūrtibhiḥ by His different incarnations; SB 3.11.27
sva-guruṇā by his own spiritual master; SB 3.12.15
sva-rāṭ fully independent; SB 3.12.54
sva-bhāryayā along with his wife; SB 3.13.6
sva-garjitena by His uncommon voice; SB 3.13.24
sva-kheda personal lamentation; SB 3.13.25
sva-daṃṣṭrayā by His own tusks; SB 3.13.31
sva-tejaḥ by Your own potency; SB 3.13.42
sva-khura-ākrānte touched by His own hooves; SB 3.13.46
sva-gatim in His own abode; SB 3.13.49
sva-daṃṣṭra-agreṇa by the edge of His tusks; SB 3.14.3
sva own; SB 3.14.18
sva-dhuram all responsibilities; SB 3.14.19
sva-janaḥ kinsman; SB 3.14.26
sva-ātman in the self; SB 3.14.28
śva-bhojanam eatable by the dogs; SB 3.14.28
sva-ātmatayā as if the self; SB 3.14.28
sva-sargasya of her own children; SB 3.14.37
sva-dṛk taking special care for His devotees; SB 3.14.47
sva-pūruṣa own devotee; SB 3.14.50
sva-dṛṣṭyā out of their own will; SB 3.15.29
sva-pumbhiḥ by His own associates; SB 3.15.38
sva-samādhi-bhāgyam visible simply by ecstatic trance; SB 3.15.38
sva-vivareṇa through their nostrils; SB 3.15.43
sva-vṛjinaiḥ by our own sinful activities; SB 3.15.49
sva-pumbhiḥ by My own attendants; SB 3.16.4
sva-bāhum My own arm; SB 3.16.6
sva-bhartuḥ of their master; SB 3.16.12
sva-śirasā on their own heads; SB 3.16.20
sva-dehāt from his body; SB 3.17.18
sva-rucaḥ Hiraṇyākṣa's own splendor; SB 3.18.2
sva His own; SB 3.18.8
sva-pārṣada of His associates; SB 3.19.6
sva-danta-chadam his own lip; SB 3.19.7
sva-gadayā with his own club; SB 3.19.8
sva-pauruṣe his valor; SB 3.19.12
sva-śūle his trident; SB 3.19.15
sva-māyāsu his magic forces; SB 3.19.24
sva-māyayā by His divine potency; SB 3.20.8
sva-tantrāḥ remaining independent; SB 3.20.11
sva-rāṭ the omnipotent (Lord Brahmā); SB 3.20.16
sva-śaktibhiḥ by its own energy; SB 3.21.19
sva-māyayā by Your own energy; SB 3.21.21
sva-aṃśa-kalayā My own plenary portion; SB 3.21.32
sva-sainya of your soldiers; SB 3.21.52-54
sva-mukhataḥ from his face; SB 3.22.2
sva-puram his own capital; SB 3.22.26-27
sva-antara his duration of life; SB 3.22.35
sva-antaram his own period; SB 3.22.36
sva-dharma own religious life; SB 3.23.7
sva-saṃsthayā with its arrangements; SB 3.23.43
sva-āśramāya to his own hermitage; SB 3.23.43
sva-rāṭ independent; SB 3.24.10
sva-māyayā by His own internal energy; SB 3.24.16
sva-duhitṛḥ his own daughters; SB 3.24.21
sva-janānām to Your own devotees; SB 3.24.31
sva-chanda independently; SB 3.24.33
sva-dṛk seeing himself; SB 3.24.44
sva-chanda-ātmā full of self-desire; SB 3.25.3
sva-sutam her son; SB 3.25.6
sva-bhṛtya for Your dependents; SB 3.25.11
sva-mātuḥ of His mother; SB 3.25.12
sva-jana family relationships; SB 3.25.22
sva-tejasā by its own effulgence; SB 3.26.20
sva-dharmeṇa by one's occupation; SB 3.27.7
sva-ābhāsena by its reflection; SB 3.27.12
sva-ābhāsaiḥ by its own reflections; SB 3.27.13
sva-dharmeṇa by executing one's prescribed duties; SB 3.27.21
sva-saṃsthānam his abode; SB 3.27.28-29
sva-dṛśā by knowledge of the self; SB 3.27.28-29
sva-dharma-ācaraṇam executing one's prescribed duties; SB 3.28.2
sva-adhyāyaḥ study of the Vedas; SB 3.28.4
sva-dhiṣṇyānām within the vital air circles; SB 3.28.6
sva-nāsā-agra the tip of one's nose; SB 3.28.12
sva-deha-kuhare in the core of his heart; SB 3.28.33
sva-ātman to his own self; SB 3.28.36
sva-rūpam his real identity; SB 3.28.37
sva-ārambhakam begun by himself; SB 3.28.38
sva-sambhavāt produced from itself; SB 3.28.40
sva-yoniṣu in forms of wood; SB 3.28.43
sva-rūpeṇa in the self-realized position; SB 3.28.44
sva-dharmeṇa by one's prescribed duties; SB 3.29.15
sva his own; SB 3.29.25
sva-hṛdi in his own heart; SB 3.29.25
sva-karma his prescribed duties; SB 3.29.32
sva-deham own body; SB 3.29.43
sva-bharaṇa to maintain them; SB 3.30.13
sva-bandhubhiḥ by his relatives and friends; SB 3.30.17
sva-gātrāṇām of his own limbs; SB 3.30.25
sva-kṛttam done by himself; SB 3.30.25
śva-gṛdhraiḥ by dogs and vultures; SB 3.30.26
sva his; SB 3.30.31
sva-ańga his limbs; SB 3.31.9
sva-dehe in his body; SB 3.31.19
sva-dharmān their own occupational duties; SB 3.32.5
sva-dharma by one's own occupational duties; SB 3.32.6
sva-rāṭ the individual consciousness; SB 3.32.29
sva-dṛk one who sees his constitutional position; SB 3.32.34-36
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; SB 3.33.6
śva-pacaḥ a dog-eater; SB 3.33.7
sva-tejasā by Your own potency; SB 3.33.8
sva-mātrā from His mother; SB 3.33.12
sva-gārhasthyam his home and household paraphernalia; SB 3.33.15
sva-anubhūtyā by self-realization; SB 3.33.24-25
sva-ańgam her body; SB 3.33.29
sva-gṛham home; SB 4.1.5
sva-dhiṣṇyebhyaḥ from their own seats; SB 4.2.6
sva-nilaya-abhyāśe near her residence; SB 4.3.5-7
sva-jana kinsmen; SB 4.3.18
sva-tejasā by her order; SB 4.4.10
sva-deham her own body; SB 4.4.26
sva-bhartuḥ of her husband; SB 4.4.27
sva-pārṣada-sainyam the soldiers of his own associates; SB 4.5.1
sva-śūla his own trident; SB 4.5.10
sva-dhiṣṇyāt from his own place; SB 4.6.8
sva-dhiṣṇyataḥ from their own airplanes; SB 4.6.25
sva-lokam respective higher planetary systems; SB 4.6.45
sva-kṛtena by your own mercy; SB 4.7.15
sva-prabhayā by His own effulgence; SB 4.7.19
sva-dhāmni in Your own abode; SB 4.7.26
sva-saṃsthayā by His internal potency; SB 4.7.39
sva-kṛtam self-produced; SB 4.7.42
sva-ańgeṣu in his own body; SB 4.7.53
sva-icchā by His own supreme will; SB 4.8.57
sva-tanayam of your own son; SB 4.8.68
sva-dhāma your own respective homes; SB 4.8.82
sva-dhāmnā by His internal potency; SB 4.9.6
sva-mahimani Your own magnificence; SB 4.9.10
sva-dṛk looking upon Himself; SB 4.9.14
sva-dṛṣṭyā by transcendental vision; SB 4.9.15
sva-sārathim to his charioteer; SB 4.10.22
sva-pakṣaḥ ally; SB 4.11.20
sva-sthaḥ always situated in His transcendental position; SB 4.11.21
sva own; SB 4.11.23
sva-śaktyā through His energy; SB 4.11.26
sva-puram to his own abode; SB 4.11.35
sva-puram to his city; SB 4.12.9
sva-rucā by self-effulgence; SB 4.12.36
sva-dharma-śīlaiḥ executing sacrificial duties; SB 4.13.4
sva-tejasā by personal influence; SB 4.13.23
sva-bhāga-dheyāni their shares in the sacrifice; SB 4.13.33
sva-tejasā by our prowess; SB 4.14.12
sva-deśān your countrymen; SB 4.14.21
sva-āśrama-padam to their own respective hermitages; SB 4.14.35
sva-śarāsa of his bow; SB 4.16.22
sva-sadma of his palace; SB 4.16.25
sva-tejasā by his own prowess; SB 4.16.27
sva-māyayā by His own potency; SB 4.17.31
sva own; SB 4.18.25
sva-mukhya by their own chiefs; SB 4.18.26
sva his own; SB 4.18.29
sva-rāṭ Indra; SB 4.19.17
sva-paśum his animal; SB 4.19.17
sva-rāṭ the independent Indra; SB 4.19.21
sva-dharmeṇa by his occupational duties; SB 4.20.9
sva-dhāma to His abode; SB 4.20.37
sva-puram to his own house; SB 4.20.38
sva-manīṣitam concluded by someone; SB 4.21.21
sva-artham own interest; SB 4.21.25
sva-karmabhiḥ by occupational duties; SB 4.21.33
sva-rūpataḥ in His own form; SB 4.21.34
sva-dharma occupational duties; SB 4.21.36
sva-rāṭ but still fully independent; SB 4.21.39
sva-tejasā by his own prowess; SB 4.21.52
sva-dhiṣṇyeṣu on the altar; SB 4.22.6
sva-karmabhiḥ by their own ability; SB 4.22.13
sva-artha interest; SB 4.22.32
sva own; SB 4.22.32
sva-kṛtena by your own activity; SB 4.22.47
sva-anusargaḥ creation of material opulences; SB 4.23.1-3
sva-vijaye in conquering the world; SB 4.23.4
sva-dharma-niṣṭhaḥ one who is situated in his own dharma, or occupation; SB 4.24.29
sva-rociṣe unto the supreme illumination; SB 4.24.34
sva-dharmam one's own occupational duties; SB 4.24.53
sva-śaktyā by Your own potency; SB 4.24.64
sva-dharmam one's occupational duties; SB 4.24.69
sva-bandhubhiḥ with all my friends; SB 4.25.36
sva-mahiṣīm his own Queen; SB 4.26.18
sva-sambandhe his intimate friend; SB 4.27.17
sva-pārṣadaiḥ along with his followers; SB 4.27.18
sva-purīm his own town; SB 4.28.7
sva-sthaḥ situated in self-realization; SB 4.28.64
sva-dṛk one who can see his own welfare; SB 4.29.26-27
sva-bhāva-jaiḥ natural; SB 4.29.41
sva-niṣṭhayā by being situated in one's position; SB 4.30.23
sva-buddhyā by one's devotional service; SB 4.30.28
sva-dhāma to His own abode; SB 4.30.43
sva-tejasā by His spiritual energy; SB 4.31.18
sva-pūrṇaḥ self-sufficient; SB 4.31.22
sva-pitrā by his father; SB 5.1.6
sva-bhavanāt from his own abode; SB 5.1.7
sva-deham his own body; SB 5.1.16
sva-tanayeṣu his own sons; SB 5.1.29
sva-rūpasya Your actual identity; SB 5.3.8
sva-mahimānam Your personal glory; SB 5.3.9
sva-varṣam on His place; SB 5.4.3
sva His own; SB 5.4.8
sva-viditam known by Him; SB 5.4.16
sva-arthe in self-interest; SB 5.5.7
sva-janaḥ a relative; SB 5.5.18
sva-tanaya of His sons; SB 5.5.28
sva-mahima in His personal glory; SB 5.5.30
sva-bhāva natural; SB 5.5.31
sva-kalevaram His own personal body, which is not at all material; SB 5.6.6
sva-dharma-patham the path of religion; SB 5.6.9
sva-vidhi-niyoga-śauca-cāritra-vihīnāḥ without character, cleanliness, and the rules and regulations given according to one's own duty in life; SB 5.6.10
sva-dharmam anuvartamānaḥ being perfectly situated in his own occupational duty; SB 5.7.4
sva-tanayebhyaḥ unto his own sons; SB 5.7.8
sva-niketāt from his paternal home; SB 5.7.8
sva-gaṇena from the flock of deer; SB 5.8.6
sva-gaṇa own kinsmen; SB 5.8.9
sva-arthān api even their own personal interests; SB 5.8.10
sva-āśrama-paribhraṣṭam who strayed from its āśrama; SB 5.8.24
sva-ārabdha-karmaṇā by the bad results of his unseen fruitive actions; SB 5.8.26
sva-jana-sańgāt from association with relatives and friends; SB 5.9.3
sva-pūrva his own previous; SB 5.9.3
sva own; SB 5.9.6
sva-garbha-jātam born of her womb; SB 5.9.7
sva-siddha by self-accomplished; SB 5.9.9-10
sva-ātma-lābha-adhigamaḥ who has achieved knowledge of the self; SB 5.9.9-10
sva-bhrātṛbhiḥ api even by his own stepbrothers; SB 5.9.11
sva-vidhinā according to their own ritualistic principles; SB 5.9.15
sva-pārṣadaiḥ her own associates; SB 5.9.18
sva-śiraḥ-chedane when the chopping off of the head; SB 5.9.20
sva-śibikām his own palanquin; SB 5.10.2
sva-carama-kalevare in the body, which is moved by the subtle elements (mind, intelligence and ego); SB 5.10.6
sva-śibikāyām in his own palanquin; SB 5.10.7
sva-svāmya-bhāvaḥ the condition of servanthood and mastership; SB 5.10.11
sva-saṃsthām situation in my original constitutional position; SB 5.10.13
sva-dharmam one's own occupational duty; SB 5.10.23
sva-kṛtāt from my own activity; SB 5.10.25
sva-dehinam the living being himself; SB 5.11.6
sva-bhāva by nature as the cause of development; SB 5.11.11
sva-māyayā by His own potency; SB 5.11.13-14
sva-bhāva nature; SB 5.12.10
sva-bandhane in bondage to the reactions of one's own activities; SB 5.13.18
sva-deha-niṣpādita performed by his own body; SB 5.14.1
sva-kuṭumbāya unto his own family members; SB 5.14.19
sva-jana-artha-dārān relatives, riches and a beautiful wife; SB 5.14.44
sva-manīṣayā by their own mental speculation; SB 5.15.1
sva-dharmeṇa by his own duty; SB 5.15.7
sva-tejasā by my material strength; SB 5.17.22-23
sva-rūpam form; SB 5.18.36
sva-tejasā by His own spiritual potency; SB 5.19.4
sva by himself; SB 5.19.19
sva-samānena equal in width; SB 5.20.7
sva-sutebhyaḥ unto his sons; SB 5.20.9
sva-gobhiḥ by expansion of his own illuminating rays; SB 5.20.12
sva-śaṣpa-rociṣā by the effulgence of the young sprouting grass; SB 5.20.13
sva-putrebhyaḥ his own sons; SB 5.20.14
sva-mānena as the same measurement; SB 5.20.18
sva-kṣetra-vyapadeśakaḥ giving the island its name; SB 5.20.24
sva-ātmajān his own sons; SB 5.20.25
sva-vibhūtīnām who are his personal expansions and assistants; SB 5.20.40
sva-pārṣada-pravaraiḥ the best of personal assistants; SB 5.20.40
sva-vilāsa for their personal sense gratification; SB 5.24.16
sva-pārṣada by his own associates; SB 5.24.17
sva-dharmeṇa by discharging devotional service; SB 5.24.18
sva-śarīra-avaśeṣita with only his own body remaining; SB 5.24.23
sva own; SB 5.24.25
sva-pitari his own father; SB 5.24.25
sva-pura-trayaḥ whose three cities; SB 5.24.28
sva of their own; SB 5.24.29
sva-rociṣā by the effulgence of their hoods; SB 5.24.31
sva-vadanāni their own faces; SB 5.25.4
sva-pārṣada His own associates; SB 5.25.7
sva-jana-manāṃsi the minds of His devotees; SB 5.25.10
sva-viṣayam his own kingdom; SB 5.26.6
sva-puruṣaiḥ by his own messengers; SB 5.26.6
sva-kuṭumbam his family members; SB 5.26.10
sva-dharma-hā the killer of his own principles of religion; SB 5.26.15
sva-aghena by his own sinful activities; SB 5.26.22
śva of dogs; SB 5.26.24
sva-dhāmni although in His own place, the spiritual world; SB 6.1.41
sva-arthān his desired interests; SB 6.1.50
sva-bhāvena by the natural tendency; SB 6.1.54
sva-dharmāt from the regulative principles executed by a brāhmaṇa; SB 6.1.63
sva-bhāryām his wife; SB 6.1.65
sva-rūpam his original spiritual form; SB 6.2.43
sva-bhaṭa of his own servants; SB 6.3.1
sva-dūtān to his own servants; SB 6.3.11
sva-puruṣaiḥ by my own servants; SB 6.3.30
sva-bhartṛ-gaditam explained by their master (Yamarāja); SB 6.3.34
sva-saṃsthayā His own original form; SB 6.4.26
sva-śaktibhiḥ with His own spiritual potencies; SB 6.4.27-28
sva-rūpam the actual form of the Lord; SB 6.4.29
sva-pituḥ of your own father; SB 6.5.9
sva-āśrayaḥ independent, being His own shelter; SB 6.5.12
sva-tantram independent, not caring for the so-called scientists and philosophers; SB 6.5.19
sva-pūrva-jāḥ their older brothers, who had previously gone there; SB 6.5.25
sva-sva their own; SB 6.6.9
sva-sva their own; SB 6.6.9
sva-aṃśena by His own plenary expansion; SB 6.6.38-39
sva-gṛham to his home; SB 6.7.9
sva-vairibhyaḥ by your own enemies, who were previously defeated by you; SB 6.7.22
sva-arthaḥ real interest; SB 6.7.35
sva-ańga-kara-nyāsaḥ mental assignment of the eight parts of the body and twelve parts of the hands; SB 6.8.4-6
sva-daṃṣṭrayā by His own tusk; SB 6.8.15
sva-nāmabhiḥ by His holy names; SB 6.8.29
sva-māyayā by expanding His spiritual energy; SB 6.8.32-33
sva-rūpaiḥ His forms; SB 6.8.32-33
sva-tejasā by His personal effulgence; SB 6.8.34
sva-ańgam his own body; SB 6.8.38
śva of a dog; SB 6.9.22
sva-nāvam his own boat; SB 6.9.23
sva-māyayā by His internal potency; SB 6.9.26-27
sva-kṛta executed by oneself; SB 6.9.35
sva-rūpa natures; SB 6.9.36
sva-manasi in his mind; SB 6.9.39
sva-artha-kuśalāḥ who are expert in the interest of life; SB 6.9.39
sva-ātma-māyayā by Your own energy; SB 6.9.40
sva-lińga-vivaraṇena by manifesting Your own form; SB 6.9.41
sva-rūpeṇa by Your forms; SB 6.9.42
sva-artha-paraḥ interested only in sense gratification in this life or the next; SB 6.10.6
a-sva-arthaiḥ not meant for self-interest; SB 6.10.10
sva with his wealth; SB 6.10.10
sva-prayāsam their own endeavors; SB 6.10.29
sva his own; SB 6.11.9
sva-karmaṇā by your own activities; SB 6.11.16
sva-karmabhiḥ by the results of my own fruitive activities; SB 6.11.27
sva-hastāt from his own hand; SB 6.12.6
sva-śatrum your enemy; SB 6.12.6
sva-dhiṣṇyāni to their respective planets and homes; SB 6.13.2
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; SB 6.13.8-9
sva-bhāvasya having a nature; SB 6.14.1
sva-dṛk self-effulgent; SB 6.16.9
sva-para-druhā which is envious of the performer and of others; SB 6.16.42
sva-drohāt from being envious of one's own self; SB 6.16.42
sva-arthaḥ the ultimate goal of life; SB 6.16.63
sva-vimānena by his own airplane; SB 6.17.25
sva-rūpam real personality; SB 6.17.32
sva-artham his self-interest; SB 6.18.25
sva-deha of his body; SB 6.18.30
sva-bhāvam her nature; SB 6.18.40
sva-arthe in what is good for me; SB 6.18.40
sva-āśiṣā for their own interests; SB 6.18.42
sva-artha in their own interest; SB 6.18.74
sva-ātmānam the most dear; SB 6.18.75
sva-māyā of His own energy; SB 7.1.6
sva-māyayā by His own creative energy; SB 7.1.10
sva-rūpatām the same form; SB 7.1.28-29
sva-bhavanāt from their abode, Vaikuṇṭha; SB 7.1.39
sva-karmabhiḥ by their own reactions; SB 7.2.21
sva-bhāvaḥ the nature; SB 7.2.49
sva-para-abhiniveśena consisting of absorption in the bodily concept of oneself and others; SB 7.2.60
sva-rociṣā by his bodily rays; SB 7.3.26-27
sva-sutāya unto his own son; SB 7.4.28
sva of one's own; SB 7.5.3
sva-para this is my own business, and that is someone else's; SB 7.5.13
sva-artha-gatim the ultimate goal of life, or their own real interest; SB 7.5.31
sva-utsańgāt from his lap; SB 7.5.33
sva-deha-jaḥ born of one's own body; SB 7.5.37
sva-kuṭumba-rāmaḥ enjoying simply by maintaining the members of the family; SB 7.6.14
sva-lokāya in understanding himself; SB 7.6.16
sva-siddhāḥ automatically achieved; SB 7.6.25
sva-ātma-arpaṇam the full surrendering of one's self; SB 7.6.26
sva-suhṛdaḥ unto the supreme friend; SB 7.6.26
sva-garbhasya of her embryo; SB 7.7.14
sva-dṛk self-illuminated; SB 7.7.19-20
sva-arthaḥ personal benefit; SB 7.7.46
sva-kṛtaiḥ which are manifested by Himself; SB 7.7.49
sva-arthaḥ the real self-interest; SB 7.7.55
sva-śaktibhiḥ by His multifarious transcendental potencies; SB 7.8.8
sva-jitāḥ conquered; SB 7.8.10
sva-moha-prabhavāḥ created by one's own illusion; SB 7.8.10
sva-muṣṭinā by his fist; SB 7.8.14
sva-dhiṣṇya-upagatam reaching their respective abodes; SB 7.8.15
sva-dhāma-atyayam the destruction of their abodes; SB 7.8.15
sva-tejasā by His own effulgence; SB 7.8.24
sva-jihvayā with His tongue; SB 7.8.30
sva-līlayā very easily; SB 7.8.40
sva-bhāgāḥ shares in the sacrifices; SB 7.8.42
sva-pitre because of your father's demoniac activities; SB 7.9.3
sva-pāda-mūle at His lotus feet; SB 7.9.5
śva-pacam one born in a low family, or a dog-eater; SB 7.9.10
sva-karmabhiḥ the course by the reactions of my own activities; SB 7.9.16
sva-dhāmnā by Your personal spiritual energy; SB 7.9.22
sva-bhṛtya of Your unalloyed servants; SB 7.9.29
sva-kaṇikā from the seed; SB 7.9.33
sva-karma-patitam fallen because of the reactions of one's own material activities; SB 7.9.41
sva one's own; SB 7.9.41
sva personal, own; SB 7.9.44
sva-dharma executing varṇāśrama-dharma; SB 7.9.46
sva-dhāmāni to their respective abodes; SB 7.10.34
sva-māyayā by His transcendental potencies; SB 7.10.70
śva-vṛttyā by the profession of the dogs; SB 7.11.18-20
śva-vṛttiḥ the occupation of the dogs; SB 7.11.18-20
sva-bhāva-vihitaḥ prescribed, according to one's material modes of nature; SB 7.11.31
sva-bhāva-kṛtayā performed according to one's modes of material nature; SB 7.11.32
sva-karma-kṛt executing his own work; SB 7.11.32
sva-bhāva-jam born from one's own modes of nature; SB 7.11.32
sva-dhāmabhiḥ along with His Lordship's paraphernalia; SB 7.12.15
sva-kriyāyām in one's own prescribed duties; SB 7.12.23
sva-artham own interest; SB 7.13.28
sva-janāt from relatives; SB 7.13.33
sva-bhāva whose nature; SB 7.13.42
sva-anubhūti-ātmani in self-realization; SB 7.13.44
sva-ātma-vṛttam the information of the history of self-realization; SB 7.13.45
śva the dog; SB 7.14.11
sva-vṛttyā by one's means of livelihood; SB 7.14.15
sva-jana-arpaṇāt or due to inviting relatives; SB 7.15.4
sva-janāya family members and friends; SB 7.15.6
sva-bhāva according to one's own nature; SB 7.15.14
sva own; SB 7.15.16
sva one's own; SB 7.15.32-33
sva-dehaḥ own body; SB 7.15.37
sva-ānanda-tuṣṭaḥ being fully self-satisfied by transcendental bliss; SB 7.15.45
sva-rāṭ the Supreme Brahman or Lord Brahmā; SB 7.15.54
sva one's own; SB 7.15.62
sva-artha-kāmayoḥ of one's ultimate goal and benefit; SB 7.15.65
sva-karmabhiḥ by one's occupational duties; SB 7.15.67
sva-pura in his own city; SB 7.15.70
sva-yūthena by his own associates; SB 8.2.23-24
sva-ātmani in Him; SB 8.3.4
sva-māyayā by His own potency; SB 8.3.8-9
sva-aṃśena by Your partial feature as Paramātmā; SB 8.3.17
sva-hṛdaye within the core of the heart; SB 8.3.18
sva-rociṣaḥ as parts and parcels; SB 8.3.22-24
sva-bhavanam to His own abode; SB 8.4.13
sva-kalayā with plenary expansions; SB 8.5.4
sva-kṛta created by Himself; SB 8.5.32
sva-dhātūn all elements; SB 8.5.35
sva-icchā-bhūtaiḥ all appearing by Your personal sweet will; SB 8.5.46
sva-astraiḥ with His weapons; SB 8.6.3-7
sva-nāyakān his own captains and commanders; SB 8.6.28
sva-pauruṣe with their own prowess; SB 8.7.7
sva-śaktyā by the external energy of Your Lordship; SB 8.7.23
sva-dṛk you manifest yourself; SB 8.7.23
sva-bhāvaḥ material nature; SB 8.7.25
sva-netra by your eyes; SB 8.7.32
sva-vīryam its own potency; SB 8.7.43
sva-dhāma her real resort; SB 8.8.24
sva-māyayā by My own energy; SB 8.8.37
sva-kṛtam made by them; SB 8.9.22
sva-rāṭ Indra; SB 8.10.25
sva-śiraḥ-akṣibhiḥ by the eyes in one's head; SB 8.10.40
sva-tejasā by his personal effulgence; SB 8.11.26
sva-vidyayā by his own achievement; SB 8.11.47
sva-karṇa on Her own two ears; SB 8.12.20
sva-gaṇān ca and his associates; SB 8.12.22
sva-ālayam to his own abode; SB 8.12.41
sva-rāṭ iva equal to the position of Indra; SB 8.13.14
sva-yogataḥ as a result of their service to the Lord; SB 8.13.15-16
sva-aṃśena by a plenary portion; SB 8.13.23
sva-rāṭ-vapuḥ in the form of the king; SB 8.14.9
sva-yūthaiḥ by his own men; SB 8.15.10-11
sva-prabhayā by its own brilliance; SB 8.15.21
sva-bhartrā by her husband; SB 8.17.1
sva-sthāya who is always situated in His original form; SB 8.17.9
sva-dhāmataḥ from their own residential quarters; SB 8.17.12
sva-tanayaiḥ by your own sons; SB 8.17.14
sva-aṃśena by My plenary portion; SB 8.17.18
sva-rociṣā by His own effulgence; SB 8.18.3
sva-artham self-interest; SB 8.19.18
sva-janāya ca and for maintaining one's family members; SB 8.19.37
sva-guruṇā by his own spiritual master; SB 8.20.16
sva-dhāma-dyutiḥ the illumination of his own residence; SB 8.21.1
sva-nāthāya unto their supreme master; SB 8.21.5
sva-bhartuḥ of their master; SB 8.21.9
sva-pitrā by his own father; SB 8.22.8
sva-pitāmaham unto his grandfather; SB 8.22.13
sva-pautreṇa with your grandson (Bali Mahārāja); SB 8.23.9
sva-gatim one who knows his real self-interest; SB 8.24.50
sva-tejasā by my own prowess; SB 9.1.20
sva-sadṛśān exactly like himself; SB 9.2.2
sva-hatām had been killed by him; SB 9.2.8
sva-rociṣam self-effulgent; SB 9.2.15
sva-abhiprāyam his own desire; SB 9.3.30
sva-puram to his own residence; SB 9.3.35
svā-rājya situated in his own constitutional position of rendering service to the Lord; SB 9.4.25
sva-dharmeṇa by his constitutional activities; SB 9.4.26
sva-prayāsam his own attempt; SB 9.4.49
sva-dharmaḥ occupational duty; SB 9.5.10
sva-vīryam about his own power; SB 9.5.24
sva-patyuḥ with their own husband; SB 9.6.55
sva-śarīra-agninā by the fire emanating from their own bodies; SB 9.8.11
sva-saṃstham situated in one's own body; SB 9.8.22
sva-pitṛṇām of his forefathers; SB 9.9.10
sva-karmaṇā by his own sinful act; SB 9.9.18
sva-puram his own abode; SB 9.9.42
sva-hṛdi in the core of the heart; SB 9.9.46
sva-bala-naṣṭim the destruction of his own soldiers; SB 9.10.21
śva-vat like a dog who takes food from the kitchen in the absence of the proprietor; SB 9.10.22
sva-viraha-vyādhim suffering from the disease of separation from Lord Rāmacandra; SB 9.10.30
sva-śibirāt from His own camp; SB 9.10.35-38
sva-mātaram His own mother (Kauśalyā); SB 9.10.44
sva-mātaraḥ Their mothers; SB 9.10.47
sva-dharma-niratāḥ fully engaged in their respective occupational duties; SB 9.10.50
sva-dharmam one's own occupational duty; SB 9.10.54
sva-rociṣā by Your own effulgence; SB 9.11.6
sva-pāda-pallavam the petals of Mis lotus feet; SB 9.11.19
sva-gṛham His own palace; SB 9.11.30
sva-ārāma personal pleasure; SB 9.11.35
sva-bhartre unto her husband; SB 9.14.8
sva-carum the oblation meant for herself (Satyavatī); SB 9.15.9
sva-śibiram his own camp; SB 9.15.21
sva-sainyam his own soldiers; SB 9.15.32
sva-hastaiḥ by his own hands; SB 9.15.34
sva-karma his own activities; SB 9.15.37
sva-pituḥ vadham their father's having been killed (by Paraśurāma); SB 9.16.9
sva-deham his own body; SB 9.16.24
sva-gṛham to her home; SB 9.18.18
sva-karma-vaśa-gām under the influence of the results of fruitive activities; SB 9.19.3
sva-jarasam his own invalidity and old age; SB 9.19.21
sva-prabhayā by her own beauty; SB 9.20.7
sva-puram to his own place; SB 9.20.17
śva-pataye unto the master of the dogs; SB 9.21.9
sva-śiṣyān his disciples; SB 9.22.21-24
sva-nāmnā by their own names; SB 9.23.6
sva-kanyām Daśaratha's own daughter; SB 9.23.6
sva-vaṃśam his original dynasty (the Pūru dynasty); SB 9.23.17
sva-dhāma to His own place; SB 9.24.67
sva-kāla-śaktyā by His own potency the time factor; SB 10.1.22
sva-dhāma his own planet, known as Brahmaloka; SB 10.1.26
sva-māyā-raciteṣu in the situation created by one's mental concoctions; SB 10.1.43
sva-vadham prati fearing his own death from Viṣṇu; SB 10.1.65-66
sva-rociṣā by the brilliance of His personal beauty; SB 10.3.12
sva-prakṛtyā by Your personal energy (mayādhyakṣeṇa prakṛtiḥ sūyate sa-carācaram); SB 10.3.14
sva-vyatirekataḥ as if the body were independent of the soul; SB 10.3.18
sva-māyayā by Your personal energy (ātma-māyayā); SB 10.3.20
sva-tanau within Your body; SB 10.3.31
sva-artha-unmūlita uprooted because of intense selfishness; SB 10.4.8
sva-kṛtam only because of their own acts; SB 10.4.18
sva-tanayān for your own sons; SB 10.4.21
sva-kṛtam the fruitive results of one's own deeds; SB 10.4.21
a-sva-dṛk one who has not seen himself (because of the darkness of the bodily conception of life); SB 10.4.22
sva-parā iti this is another's interest; SB 10.4.26
sva-putrasya of his own child; SB 10.5.14
sva-ātmajayoḥ to his own two sons, Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma; SB 10.5.22
sva-karmasu if one is engaged in his own occupational duty; SB 10.6.3
sva-putram ādāya taking his son Kṛṣṇa on his lap; SB 10.6.43
sva-pāpena because of his own sinful activities; SB 10.7.31
sva-bandhūn all His relatives; SB 10.7.32
sva-ańkam on her own lap; SB 10.7.34
sva-cikīrṣitam eva which he already desired to do and for which he had gone there; SB 10.8.11
sva-gṛham to his own abode; SB 10.8.20
sva-sutau their own two sons; SB 10.8.25
sva-ańgam His own body; SB 10.8.30
sva-līlayā by His transcendental pastimes; SB 10.8.52
sva-sutasya of her own child; SB 10.9.7
sva-pāṇinā with His own hand; SB 10.9.11
sva-arbhakasya of her own son; SB 10.9.15
sva-geha-dāmāni all the ropes available in the household; SB 10.9.17
sva-mātuḥ of His own mother (Kṛṣṇa's mother, Yaśodādevī); SB 10.9.18
sva-bandhane in binding Him; SB 10.9.18
sva-vaśena who is within the control only of His own self; SB 10.9.19
sva-artham self-interest; SB 10.10.10
sva-gṛhān to their respective homes; SB 10.11.17
sva-vāṭam at home; SB 10.11.20
sva-kālena in due course of time; SB 10.11.37
sva-vatsakān personal calves; SB 10.12.3
hata-sva-kānta-smaraṇena the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Kṛṣṇa were dead; SB 10.12.26
sva-karāt from the control of His hand; SB 10.12.27
sva-dhāmnā by his own illumination; SB 10.12.33
sva-kṛtaḥ own respective duty; SB 10.12.34
sva-dhāmnaḥ from his abode; SB 10.12.35
sva-rātuḥ of Kṛṣṇa, who was his savior within the womb of his mother, Uttarā; SB 10.12.40
sva-keli-sampat full with all paraphernalia for pastimes of play; SB 10.13.5
sva-sva-bhojya-rucim pṛthak different varieties of foodstuffs brought from home, with their separate and different tastes; SB 10.13.10
sva-sva-bhojya-rucim pṛthak different varieties of foodstuffs brought from home, with their separate and different tastes; SB 10.13.10
sva-pari-suhṛdaḥ His own personal associates; SB 10.13.11
sva-ācaritaiḥ by their characteristic behavior; SB 10.13.23
sva-tokeṣu for their own sons; SB 10.13.26
sva-odhasam payaḥ their own milk flowing from the milk bags; SB 10.13.31
sva-mahi-dhvasta-mahibhiḥ whose own independence was subordinate to the potency of the Lord; SB 10.13.53
sva-pramitike self-manifest and blissful; SB 10.13.57
sva-icchā-mayasya which appears in response to the desires of Your pure devotees; SB 10.14.2
sva-anubhavāt by perception of the Supreme Soul; SB 10.14.6
sva-ātmānam the very Soul; SB 10.14.24
sva-dhāma to his personal abode; SB 10.14.41
sva-bhuvam to His own son (Brahmā); SB 10.14.42
sva-udbhaveṣu their own offspring; SB 10.14.49
sva-ātmā one's own self; SB 10.14.50
sva-svaka of each individual; SB 10.14.51
sva-ātmā one's own self; SB 10.14.54
sva-yaśaḥ His glories; SB 10.15.2
sva-māyayā by His own mystical potency; SB 10.15.19
sva-nāthān those who accepted only Him as their master; SB 10.15.49-50
sva-chanda-vartinaḥ who acts according to His own desires; SB 10.16.3
sva-sadana of his own residence; SB 10.16.8
sva-gokulam His own community of Gokula; SB 10.16.23
sva-phaṇān his hoods; SB 10.16.24
sva one's own; SB 10.16.42-43
sva to His own devotees; SB 10.16.46
sva-bhāvān the distinctive characteristics; SB 10.16.49
sva-prajā by Your own subject; SB 10.16.51
sva-bhāva personal natures; SB 10.16.57
sva your own; SB 10.16.60
sva-jana of His own devotees; SB 10.17.25
sva their own; SB 10.19.5
sva-nāmnām of their own names; SB 10.19.6
sva-gobhiḥ by his own rays; SB 10.20.5
sva-jyotsnā by its own light; SB 10.20.19
sva-bhāsā by his own luster; SB 10.20.19
sva their own; SB 10.20.30-31
sva-vṛṣaiḥ by their respective mates; SB 10.20.46
sva-piṇḍān the forms they aspire for; SB 10.20.49
sva-sakhībhyaḥ to their intimate companions; SB 10.21.3
sva-pada because of the marks of His lotus feet; SB 10.21.5
sva-vapuṣā out of his own body; SB 10.21.16
sva-vāsāṃsi your own garments; SB 10.22.16
sva-vāsāṃsi their own garments; SB 10.22.23
sva-pāda of His own feet; SB 10.22.24
sva-artha their own true benefit; SB 10.23.26
sva relatives; SB 10.23.27
sva-satram their own sacrifices; SB 10.23.28
sva-arthe about our own real interest; SB 10.23.41
sva-artha about their own true benefit; SB 10.23.45
sva-ātma of herself; SB 10.23.47
sva-mayā-mohita-ātmanām of those whose minds have been bewildered by His illusory potency; SB 10.23.51
sva-agham their own offense; SB 10.23.52
sva-sva each their own; SB 10.24.15
sva-sva each their own; SB 10.24.15
sva-karma his own prescribed duty; SB 10.24.18
ā-śva-cāṇḍāla even down to the dogs and the dog-eaters; SB 10.24.28
sva-yage his sacrifice; SB 10.25.15
sva-ātma-yogena by My personal mystic power; SB 10.25.18
sva-sthāne upon its place; SB 10.25.28
sva-goṣṭham to the place where He was tending His own cows; SB 10.25.33
sva-gṛham to his home; SB 10.26.23
sva of His own (devotees); SB 10.27.11
sva in your own; SB 10.27.17
sva-santānaiḥ together with her progeny, the cows; SB 10.27.18
sva-pitaram His father; SB 10.28.9
sva-gatim His own abode; SB 10.28.11
sva-dharmaḥ the proper religious duty; SB 10.29.32
sva upon themselves; SB 10.29.37
sva-bhujam her arm; SB 10.30.19
sva Your own; SB 10.31.18
sva-artha for their own sake; SB 10.32.17
sva-artha of their own benefit; SB 10.32.17
sva-sādhu-kṛtyam proper compensation; SB 10.32.22
sva-nikaṭam next to themselves; SB 10.33.3
sva their own; SB 10.33.15
sva His own; SB 10.33.16
sva-ratiḥ satisfied within Himself; SB 10.33.23
sva-vacaḥ with their own words; SB 10.33.31
sva-arthaḥ selfish benefit; SB 10.33.32
sva-pārśva at their own sides; SB 10.33.37
sva-gṛhān to their homes; SB 10.33.38
sva-parigraham Their devotees; SB 10.34.27
sva-suhṛdām to His well-wishing friends; SB 10.35.24-25
sva-mitre with his friend; SB 10.36.17
sva-artham his goals; SB 10.36.29
sva your own; SB 10.36.38
sva-gokulam His cowherd village; SB 10.37.1-2
sva-dhāmataḥ from Your own domain (i.e., from the abode of Death); SB 10.37.15-20
sva-saṃsthayā in His original identity; SB 10.37.22
sva-tejasā by His own potency; SB 10.37.22
sva-āśrayam self-contained; SB 10.37.23
sva His own; SB 10.37.33
sva-tejasā by His personal potency; SB 10.38.11
sva-māyayā by His material creative energy; SB 10.38.11
sva His own; SB 10.38.13
sva-labdhaye for the sake of self-realization; SB 10.38.15
sva-bandhuṣu to His family members; SB 10.38.23
sva-aṃśena in Their distinct forms; SB 10.38.28-33
sva-ākhyāne to announce himself; SB 10.38.35
sva of his own; SB 10.38.42
sva for your well-wishing friends; SB 10.39.4
sva His (Kṛṣṇa's); SB 10.39.9
sva-gokule to the people of his Gokula; SB 10.39.11-12
sva by Him; SB 10.39.22
sva-janān relatives; SB 10.39.22
sva-prasthāne as He was leaving; SB 10.39.35
sva-jana followers; SB 10.40.24
sva Their own; SB 10.42.5
sva his; SB 10.42.26-27
sva of his own; SB 10.42.28-31
sva his own; SB 10.42.28-31
sva his; SB 10.43.12
sva-janaḥ their relative; SB 10.43.17
sva-pitroḥ for His parents; SB 10.43.17
sva-muṣṭyā with his fist; SB 10.44.24-25
sva his own; SB 10.44.31
sva his own; SB 10.45.6
sva in their own; SB 10.45.15-16
sva their own; SB 10.45.22
sva-gurave to Their guru; SB 10.45.46
sva-gṛham to Your home; SB 10.45.48
sva to Their own; SB 10.45.49
sva after their own; SB 10.46.9-13
sva-janān His relatives; SB 10.46.19
sva for His own; SB 10.47.16
sva-janān relatives; SB 10.47.26
sva-kṛtayā by His own doing; SB 10.47.44
sva-janam family members; SB 10.47.61
sva to His own; SB 10.48.10
sva his (Akrūra's); SB 10.48.13-14
sva with Your own; SB 10.48.19
sva-śaktibhiḥ Your personal potencies; SB 10.48.21
sva with Your own; SB 10.48.24
sva-arthāḥ concerned with their personal interest; SB 10.48.30
sva to his own; SB 10.48.33
sva to His own; SB 10.48.36
sva-janam her own relatives; SB 10.49.14
sva-buddhyā thinking them to be his own; SB 10.49.23
sva his own; SB 10.49.24
sva His own; SB 10.50.5-6
sva-janam His subjects; SB 10.50.5-6
sva-avatāra of His descent to this world; SB 10.50.5-6
sva Their own; SB 10.50.15
sva His own; SB 10.50.22
sva-līlayā as His own pastime; SB 10.50.29
sva own; SB 10.50.32-33
sva to his own; SB 10.50.47
sva their own; SB 10.50.56
sva Your; SB 10.51.30
sva-rāṭ sovereign ruler; SB 10.51.52
sva-puram to Their own city (Dvārakā); SB 10.52.13
sva their own; SB 10.52.33
sva his; SB 10.53.32
sva your; SB 10.53.46
sva her own; SB 10.53.51-55
sva their; SB 10.53.57
sva their; SB 10.54.2
sva of his own; SB 10.54.38
sva-sthā reinstated in your natural mood; SB 10.54.49
sva-sutam her son; SB 10.55.30
sva his own; SB 10.56.1
sva his; SB 10.56.10
sva His own; SB 10.56.28
sva their; SB 10.56.33
sva his own; SB 10.56.43
sva his own; SB 10.57.32
sva of one's own; SB 10.58.10
sva their; SB 10.58.30
sva by Himself; SB 10.58.37
sva with His own; SB 10.59.13
sva his; SB 10.59.14
sva on her; SB 10.60.1
sva His own; SB 10.60.2
sva your; SB 10.60.11
sva Your own; SB 10.60.40
sva-bhāgam his own share; SB 10.60.40
śva dogs; SB 10.60.44
sva of her own; SB 10.60.55
sva in Himself; SB 10.60.58
sva his own; SB 10.62.9
sva-vīrya of his prowess; SB 10.62.9
sva in her own; SB 10.62.22
sva at his own; SB 10.62.33
sva his; SB 10.63.17
sva-dṛk self-manifesting; SB 10.63.38
sva by Your own; SB 10.63.38
sva His own; SB 10.63.52
sva their own; SB 10.64.18
sva with his; SB 10.64.30
brahma-sva a brāhmaṇa's property; SB 10.64.34
sva by himself; SB 10.64.39
sva-janān own people; SB 10.65.11-12
sva with its own; SB 10.65.19
sva his; SB 10.66.32-33
sva his own; SB 10.66.39
sva by himself (Sudakṣiṇa); SB 10.66.40
sva his; SB 10.67.13
sva His; SB 10.67.28
sva-puram their city; SB 10.68.12
sva Your own; SB 10.68.46
sva His; SB 10.68.53
sva His own; SB 10.68.53
sva his own; SB 10.69.7-8
sva His own; SB 10.69.15
sva-saṃsthayā by His own nature; SB 10.70.4-5
sva His own; SB 10.70.4-5
sva with His own; SB 10.70.18
sva by himself; SB 10.70.27
sva Your own; SB 10.70.37
sva by Your own; SB 10.70.38
sva by Your own nature; SB 10.70.38
sva His own; SB 10.70.39
sva of their; SB 10.71.9
sva His; SB 10.71.13
sva of own; SB 10.72.6
sva within Himself; SB 10.72.6
sva Your own; SB 10.72.31
sva their own; SB 10.72.38
sva to their own; SB 10.73.28
sva their; SB 10.73.32
sva his; SB 10.74.30
sva to His own; SB 10.74.49
sva to their own; SB 10.74.52
sva-patnībhiḥ with his wives; SB 10.75.18
sva their own; SB 10.75.25-26
sva his own; SB 10.75.34-35
sva of His own side; SB 10.76.20
sva His; SB 10.77.2
sva-bodhaḥ (although) fully self-cognizant; SB 10.77.28
sva-jana for His dear ones; SB 10.77.28
sva their own; SB 10.77.30
sva together with His; SB 10.79.32
sva-jyotsnayā with its own rays; SB 10.79.32
sva within Himself; SB 10.81.13
sva to his own; SB 10.81.13
sva to his; SB 10.81.14
sva his own; SB 10.81.29-32
sva by Himself; SB 10.81.35
sva His own; SB 10.81.40
sva-janam a dear one; SB 10.82.19
sva-māyayā by His own mystic power; SB 10.83.6-7
sva His; SB 10.83.11
śva of dogs; SB 10.83.12
sva to His; SB 10.83.12
sva my; SB 10.83.29
sva his own; SB 10.83.36
sva-rājyam the position of Lord Indra, King of heaven; SB 10.83.41-42
sva (Lord Kṛṣṇa's) own; SB 10.84.1
sva as his own; SB 10.84.13
sva-jana of Your devotees; SB 10.84.18
sva Your; SB 10.84.18
sva His own; SB 10.84.22
sva their own; SB 10.84.27
sva His own; SB 10.84.32-33
sva with His own; SB 10.84.50
sva-vibhūtibhiḥ with the expansions of Their own opulences; SB 10.84.50
sva to their respective; SB 10.84.57-58
sva-janān his kinsmen; SB 10.84.64
sva his own; SB 10.85.16
sva of his; SB 10.85.37
sva his own; SB 10.86.4
sva his own; SB 10.86.10
sva His; SB 10.86.21
sva His; SB 10.86.21
sva to his; SB 10.86.27-29
sva-dṛk self-illumined; SB 10.86.31
sva Your own; SB 10.86.32
sva-gṛhān at his house; SB 10.86.38
sva-āgatena with words of welcome; SB 10.86.39
sva-jana relatives; SB 10.86.43
sva-ātma from Yourself (in the form of time); SB 10.86.48
sva-māyayā by Your own mystic potency; SB 10.86.48
sva Your; SB 10.86.49
sva His; SB 10.86.59
sva by Himself; SB 10.87.12-13
sva their own; SB 10.87.16
sva by Yourself; SB 10.87.19
sva Your own; SB 10.87.19
sva by himself; SB 10.87.20
sva by Himself; SB 10.87.26
sva-rāṭ self-effulgent; SB 10.87.28
sva by its very nature; SB 10.87.34
sva by its very nature; SB 10.87.34
sva-janāḥ relatives and friends; SB 10.88.8
sva his own; SB 10.88.17
sva his own; SB 10.88.23
sva by himself; SB 10.88.23
sva one's own; SB 10.88.30
sva your own; SB 10.88.33
sva his own; SB 10.88.35
sva itself; SB 10.89.4
sva His; SB 10.89.8-9
sva by himself; SB 10.89.13
sva to his own; SB 10.89.34
sva His; SB 10.89.46
sva His personal; SB 10.89.48-49
sva-pārṣadaiḥ by His personal associates; SB 10.89.54-56
sva in His own; SB 10.90.1-7
sva-bahubhiḥ by His own arms; SB 11.1.3
sva-kulam His own family; SB 11.1.5
sva-mūrtyā by His own form; SB 11.1.6-7
sva-rucā by their own effulgence; SB 11.2.27
sva own; SB 11.2.40
sva of His own parts and parcels; SB 11.3.3
sva-mantrataḥ by the Deity's own mantra; SB 11.3.52-53
sva-dhāmni in His place; SB 11.3.54
sva-aṃśena in the manifestation of His own plenary expansion; SB 11.4.3
sva-ārāma of those who are self-satisfied; SB 11.4.9
sva-okaḥ their own abode (the planets of the demigods); SB 11.4.10
sva-bhāgān the own shares (of the demigods); SB 11.4.10
sva-pṛṣṭhe upon His own back; SB 11.4.18
sva-dharmam their own proper duty; SB 11.5.13
sva-ātmānam their own true self; SB 11.5.15
sva-arthaḥ desired goals; SB 11.5.36
sva-pāda-mūlam the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa, the shelter of the devotees; SB 11.5.42
sva-dhāma Your own abode; SB 11.6.26-27
sva-dhāma to his personal abode; SB 11.6.32
sva-dhāma to Your own abode; SB 11.6.43
sva-jana-bandhuṣu for your relatives and friends; SB 11.7.6
sva-dṛśaḥ who reveal Yourself; SB 11.7.17
sva-māyayā by His own material energy; SB 11.7.47
sva-patyuḥ of her husband; SB 11.7.57
sva-ālaya-antike in the vicinity of their own home; SB 11.7.63
sva their own; SB 11.7.64
sva-ātma-jān her own offspring; SB 11.7.65
sva-ātma-jān his own children; SB 11.7.67
sva-śańkhayoḥ from each set of two shell ornaments; SB 11.9.8
sva-māyām His own energy; SB 11.9.19
sva-ātma from one's own body; SB 11.9.24
sva-ante at the time of death; SB 11.9.26
sva-dharmeṣu in the duties of devotional service to the Lord; SB 11.10.1
sva-dṛk self-enlightened; SB 11.10.8
sva his own; SB 11.10.24
sva of Your own (devotees); SB 11.11.28
śva dogs; SB 11.13.8
sva-rūpam his actual spiritual identity; SB 11.13.36
sva-ārambhakam that which initiates or perpetuates itself; SB 11.13.37
sva-putrāya to his son; SB 11.14.4
sva-artham pursuing one's self-interest; SB 11.14.10
śva-pākān dog-eaters; SB 11.14.21
sva-nāsa-agra on the tip of one's own nose; SB 11.14.32-33
sva-chanda according to one's own desire; SB 11.15.6-7
sva-dharmeṇa by one's own occupational duty; SB 11.17.1-2
sva-bhṛtya-mukhyena by the best of His devotees; SB 11.17.8
sva-adhyāya of superior Vedic studies; SB 11.17.31
śva of the dog; SB 11.17.47
śva of the dog; SB 11.17.48
sva-prāṇe within oneself; SB 11.18.13
sva-sthaḥ fixed in the self; SB 11.18.27
sva-dharmeṇa by his prescribed duty; SB 11.18.44
sva-dharma by performing his prescribed duty; SB 11.18.46
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duty; SB 11.18.48
sva-arthaḥ the desired goal of life; SB 11.19.2
sva-ātmānam your own self; SB 11.19.5
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duties; SB 11.20.10
sva-dharma in one's prescribed duty; SB 11.20.11
sva-ketam his home; SB 11.20.15
sva-artha of self-interest; SB 11.21.6
sva-artha from the goals of life; SB 11.21.21
sva-janeṣu in his family members; SB 11.21.24
sva-artham of their own interest; SB 11.21.25
sva-sukha for their own happiness; SB 11.21.29-30
sva-lokāt who am nondifferent from them; SB 11.22.34
sva-kṛtaiḥ done by them; SB 11.22.35-36
sva-janaiḥ by his family members; SB 11.23.12
sva-artham their own best interest; SB 11.23.22
sva-arthe in the real self-interest; SB 11.23.29
sva-jana by his family; SB 11.23.37
sva-dharma in his own duty; SB 11.23.41
sva-lingam which projects the image of the material world upon him (the soul); SB 11.23.44
sva-dharmaḥ carrying out one's prescribed duties; SB 11.23.45
sva by one's own; SB 11.23.50
sva-dehe within his own body; SB 11.23.51
sva-dharmāt from his prescribed duties; SB 11.23.58
sva-guṇe within its own quality; SB 11.24.22-27
sva-yoniṣu in their sources, the demigods; SB 11.24.22-27
sva-nirvṛtiḥ taking one's pleasure from within; SB 11.25.2-5
sva-dharme in prescribed duties; SB 11.25.8
sva-karmabhiḥ by his duties; SB 11.25.11
sva-arthasya his own best interest; SB 11.26.13
śva-gṛdhrayoḥ of the dogs and jackals; SB 11.26.19-20
sva specified according to one's qualification; SB 11.27.8
sva-gurum his worshipable Lord; SB 11.27.9
sva-dattām given previously by himself; SB 11.27.54
sva-arthāt from his own interest; SB 11.28.2
sva-dṛśoḥ or of him who has innate knowledge; SB 11.28.10
sva-ānanda in his own transcendental ecstasy; SB 11.28.23
sva by his own; SB 11.28.30
sva-bhāvam manifested from his conditioned nature; SB 11.28.31
sva of the soul; SB 11.28.44
sva-kṛta the benefit you have given; SB 11.29.5
sva own; SB 11.29.6
sva-śaktibhiḥ by His own energies; SB 11.29.7
śva to the dogs; SB 11.29.16
sva-māyayā through Your illusory energy; SB 11.29.39
sva-kule His own family; SB 11.30.2
sva-bandhubhiḥ along with your relatives; SB 11.30.47
sva-tanum His own transcendental body; SB 11.31.6
sva-dhāmani His own abode; SB 11.31.8
sva of Himself; SB 11.31.12
sva-stha of those who are fixed in Him; SB 11.31.13
sva-arthaḥ the goal of life; SB 12.2.6
sva-artham his own best interest; SB 12.2.41
sva-pitaram his own father; SB 12.6.16
sva-rāṭ self-manifesting; SB 12.6.39
sva-dhāmnaḥ who is His own origin; SB 12.6.40-41
sva-putrebhyaḥ to their own sons; SB 12.6.45
sva-śiṣyāya to his disciple; SB 12.6.52-53
sva-saṃhitām his own collection; SB 12.6.54-56
sva-saṃhitām the collection he received; SB 12.6.58
sva-guroḥ for their own guru; SB 12.6.61
sva-dharma-ākhya known as the soul's proper duty; SB 12.6.70
sva-śiṣyebhyaḥ to his own disciples; SB 12.6.80
sva-dhanuṣi upon his bow; SB 12.8.25
sva by himself; SB 12.8.28
sva-rāṭ King Indra; SB 12.8.31
sva-dayitām most dear to them; SB 12.8.46
sva-āśrame at his own hermitage; SB 12.9.8-9
sva-āśrame in his own hermitage; SB 12.9.34
sva-gaṇaiḥ by his entourage; SB 12.10.3
sva-māyā of His own illusory energy; SB 12.10.30
sva-ātma of the pure jīva soul; SB 12.11.10
sva-māyām His own material energy; SB 12.11.11-12
sva-mahima in His own glory; SB 12.11.24
sva-kulasya of His own family; SB 12.12.42-43
sva-sukha in the happiness of the self; SB 12.12.69
sva-bhakti of His own service; CC Adi 1.4
sva-rūpakam in the expansion of a devotee; CC Adi 1.14
sarva-sva everything; CC Adi 1.15
sva-rūpa-prakāśa personal manifestation; CC Adi 1.40
sva-rūpa the direct representative; CC Adi 1.47
sva own; CC Adi 1.48
sva-rūpe in the form of; CC Adi 1.58
sva-antaḥ-sthena being situated in their hearts; CC Adi 1.63
sva-rūpa identity; CC Adi 1.69-70
sva-nikaṭam situated at their own side; CC Adi 1.73-74
sva-rūpa own form; CC Adi 1.75
sva-rūpam the Lord's own form; CC Adi 1.77
sva-rūpa own nature; CC Adi 2.65
sva-rūpa the real nature; CC Adi 2.96
sva-bhakti of His own service; CC Adi 3.4
sva-bhaktebhyaḥ unto His own devotees; CC Adi 3.66
sva-kārya of their own business; CC Adi 3.67
sva-rūpa own form; CC Adi 4.61
sva-paścāt behind; CC Adi 4.125
sva-mādhurya own sweetness; CC Adi 4.137
sva-sva-prema-anurūpa according to one's own love; CC Adi 4.143
sva-sva-prema-anurūpa according to one's own love; CC Adi 4.143
sva-jane one's own family; CC Adi 4.167-169
sva-sādhu-kṛtyam proper compensation; CC Adi 4.180
sva-sukha-artha for the purpose of one's own pleasure; CC Adi 4.204
sarva-sva-bhāk which displays the all-in-all; CC Adi 4.259
sva-tantra although independent; CC Adi 5.150
sva-mādhurye in His own sweetness; CC Adi 5.215
sva-gaṇa His personal associates; CC Adi 6.34
sva-pāda-sparśana of touching His feet; CC Adi 6.74
svā-mādhurya the sweetness of Himself; CC Adi 6.108
sva-mādhurya pāna drinking the sweetness of Himself; CC Adi 6.110
sva own; CC Adi 7.94
śvā api even a dog; CC Adi 9.1
śvā dog; CC Adi 10.1
sva-tantra independently; CC Adi 12.9
sva-mata their own opinions; CC Adi 12.9
sva-dharma duty; CC Adi 14.87
sva-sańga personal association; CC Adi 16.18
sarva-sva all possessions; CC Adi 17.128
sva-mādhurya His own conjugal love; CC Adi 17.276
sva-mādhurya His own transcendental sweetness; CC Adi 17.317
sarva-sva everything; CC Madhya 1.3
sva-dayā Your own mercy; CC Madhya 1.202
sva-saubhāgya My own fortune; CC Madhya 2.46
sva-vākya his own promise; CC Madhya 5.84
sva-jana of his own kinsmen; CC Madhya 5.84
sva-bhavane to your own home; CC Madhya 5.91
sva-bhavane to the palace of the King; CC Madhya 5.128
sva-bhakta-sahita with His devotees; CC Madhya 5.134
sva-kalpita imaginative; CC Madhya 6.138
sva-āgamaiḥ with your own theses; CC Madhya 6.181
śva-śṛgāla-bhakṣye in the body, which is to be eaten by dogs and jackals; CC Madhya 6.235
sva-bhakti of His own devotional service; CC Madhya 8.1
sva-bhaktānām to His pure devotees; CC Madhya 8.6
sva-potānām to her young cubs; CC Madhya 8.6
sva-dharma-ācaraṇe by executing one's occupational duty; CC Madhya 8.57
sva-dharma-tyāga relinquishing one's occupational duties; CC Madhya 8.61
sva-sādhu-kṛtyam your own honest activities; CC Madhya 8.93
sva-haste by His own hand; CC Madhya 8.193
sva-prakāśaḥ self-effulgent; CC Madhya 8.206
sva-tulyāḥ equal to Herself; CC Madhya 8.211
sva-sekāt than her own sprinkling; CC Madhya 8.211
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 8.266
yāńhāra sarva-sva whose everything; CC Madhya 8.310
sva-prabhāve by His own influence; CC Madhya 9.66
sva-mādhurye His conjugal love; CC Madhya 9.127
sva own; CC Madhya 9.262
sva-antaḥ-sthena being situated in their hearts; CC Madhya 10.12
sva-ānanda of self-realization; CC Madhya 10.178
sva-dhāmnā by the influence of His ecstatic love; CC Madhya 11.1
śva-pacaḥ dog-eaters; CC Madhya 11.192
sva-citta-vat like His own heart; CC Madhya 12.1
sva-haste by His own hand; CC Madhya 13.29
sva-rathe in His own car; CC Madhya 13.119
sva-gaṇa-saha with His associates; CC Madhya 14.115
sva-svabhāve by their own characteristics; CC Madhya 14.152
sva-bhāvete in character; CC Madhya 14.161
sva-alańkaraṇa by personal ornaments; CC Madhya 14.189
sva-nindakam a person who was criticizing Him; CC Madhya 15.1
sva-karma of one's own fruitive activities; CC Madhya 15.170
sva His own; CC Madhya 16.1
sva-haste with His own hand; CC Madhya 16.45
sva-gaṇa-sahite with His personal associates; CC Madhya 16.125
sva-nigamam His own promise not to take a weapon and fight on behalf of the Pāṇḍavas; CC Madhya 16.145
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; CC Madhya 16.186
sva-gaṇe with His associates; CC Madhya 16.196
sva-tantra completely independent; CC Madhya 17.8
sva-prakāśa self-manifested; CC Madhya 17.134
sva-sukha in happiness of the self; CC Madhya 17.138
sva-vivareṇa through the nostrils; CC Madhya 17.142
sva-avalokanaiḥ by His personal glances; CC Madhya 18.1
sva-mandire to His own temple; CC Madhya 18.39
sva own; CC Madhya 18.114
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; CC Madhya 18.125
sva-śāstra uṭhāñā raising his scripture; CC Madhya 18.186
sva-gṛhe at home; CC Madhya 19.16
śva-pacaḥ even from a family of dog-eaters; CC Madhya 19.50
sva-prema-sampat-sudhayā by the nectar of His personal devotional service, which is an invaluable treasure of bliss; CC Madhya 19.54
śva-pacaḥ dog-eaters; CC Madhya 19.72
śva-pākaḥ api even though born in a family of dog-eaters; CC Madhya 19.74
sva-granthe in his own book; CC Madhya 19.118
sva-vilāsa-rūpe who describes the pastimes of Lord Kṛṣṇa; CC Madhya 19.121
īdṛk-sva-līlābhiḥ by this Dāmodara in His transcendental pastimes; CC Madhya 19.230
sva-ghoṣam His personal associates; CC Madhya 19.230
sva-antaḥ-sthena situated within their hearts; CC Madhya 20.57
śva-pacaḥ even from a family of dog-eaters; CC Madhya 20.58
śva-pacam a caṇḍāla, or a person accustomed to eating dogs; CC Madhya 20.59
śva-pākān the lowest of human beings, who are accustomed to eating dogs; CC Madhya 20.138
sva-ańga-viśeṣa-ābhāsa-rūpe in the form of a specific shadow from His personal body; CC Madhya 20.273
sarva-sva-arthaḥ all interests of life; CC Madhya 20.347
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 20.359
sva-sevana śakti the power to serve the Lord personally; CC Madhya 20.372
sva-sva-nātha-sane with their own predominating deities; CC Madhya 21.17
sva-sva-nātha-sane with their own predominating deities; CC Madhya 21.17
sva His own; CC Madhya 21.100
sva-saubhāgya one's own good fortune; CC Madhya 21.104
sva-hasta-cālane moving His own hand; CC Madhya 21.135
sva-aṃśa of personal expansions; CC Madhya 22.8
sva-aṃśa-vistāra the expansion of His personal forms; CC Madhya 22.9
sva-karma karite performing his duty in life; CC Madhya 22.26
sva-caraṇa the shelter of His lotus feet; CC Madhya 22.37
sva-caraṇa-amṛta the nectar of shelter at My lotus feet; CC Madhya 22.39
sva own; CC Madhya 22.48
sarva-sva-ātma-nivedane in fully dedicating oneself; CC Madhya 22.136
sva-pāda-mūlam the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa, the shelter of the devotees; CC Madhya 22.144
svā-rasikī appropriate for one's own original aptitude of love; CC Madhya 22.150
sva-prema of love for Him; CC Madhya 23.1
masṛṇita-sva-antaḥ which makes the heart soft; CC Madhya 23.7
śva-pākam the fifth-grade caṇḍālas; CC Madhya 23.27
sva own; CC Madhya 23.41
sva His own; CC Madhya 24.21
sva-vivareṇa through the nostrils; CC Madhya 24.45
sva-sukha-nirbhṛta-cetāḥ whose mind was always fully absorbed in the happiness of self-realization; CC Madhya 24.48
sva-rūpa the original identity; CC Madhya 24.71
sva-tantra independent; CC Madhya 24.92
sva-caraṇa His own lotus feet; CC Madhya 24.102
sva-vivareṇa through their nostrils; CC Madhya 24.115
sva-ānanda of self-realization; CC Madhya 24.133
sva-deha-antaḥ within one's own body; CC Madhya 24.156
sva-dhāma to His personal abode; CC Madhya 24.321
sva-mata sthāpite to establish his own opinion; CC Madhya 25.49
sva-sva-mata their own personal opinions; CC Madhya 25.55
sva-sva-mata their own personal opinions; CC Madhya 25.55
śva-pākān the lowest grade of human beings, who are accustomed to eating dogs; CC Madhya 25.136
sva own; CC Madhya 25.141
sva-rāṭ independent; CC Madhya 25.148
sva-vivareṇa through the nostrils; CC Madhya 25.158
sva-kṛpā of their own mercy; CC Antya 1.2
sarva-sva everything; CC Antya 1.5
sva-bhakti of His own service; CC Antya 1.132
sva-ante within Her heart; CC Antya 1.151
sva-karma-phala-bhuk sure to accept the resultant action of his fruitive activities; CC Antya 2.163
sva-bhaktera of His devotees; CC Antya 2.168
sva own; CC Antya 3.179
śva-pacam a caṇḍāla, or a person accustomed to eating dogs; CC Antya 4.69
śva-pāke unto a dog-eater; CC Antya 4.177
sva-haste with his own hand; CC Antya 5.17
sva-haste with his own hand; CC Antya 5.17
sva-haste with his own hand; CC Antya 5.18
sva own; CC Antya 5.127
sva-gṛhe āilā returned to his home; CC Antya 6.154
sva-hasta own hand; CC Antya 6.301
sva-sādhu-kṛtyam proper compensation; CC Antya 7.44
sva-janam family members; CC Antya 7.47
sva-vacana my statement; CC Antya 7.110-111
sva-gaṇa-sahite accompanied by His personal associates; CC Antya 7.121
sva-gaṇa-sahita with His associates; CC Antya 7.141
sva-haste with his own hand; CC Antya 8.28
sva-mandire to his own temple; CC Antya 9.80
sva-nimitta for my personal self; CC Antya 10.96
sva-ańke on His lap; CC Antya 11.1
sva-caraṇe at Your lotus feet; CC Antya 11.7
sva-hṛdaye upon his heart; CC Antya 11.54
sva-sadana own home; CC Antya 14.47
sva-mādhurye by His sweetness; CC Antya 15.23
śva-pacaḥ even from a family of dog-eaters; CC Antya 16.25
śva-pacam a caṇḍāla, or person accustomed to eating dogs; CC Antya 16.26
śva-pacaḥ a dog-eater; CC Antya 16.27
sva-granthe in his book; CC Antya 17.71
sva-bhavana to His own residence; CC Antya 20.135
sva-rasa-unmādita inspired by their own mellows; CC Antya 20.156
sva-mūrtim own subjective form; Bs 5.47
sva-karma of one's own fruitive activities; Bs 5.54