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indriya: masculine vocative singular stem: indriya
indriya: neuter vocative singular stem: indriya
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draviṇam3.3.58NeuterSingularsādhakatamam, kṣetram, gātram, indriyam
hṛṣīkamNeuterSingularviṣayi, indriyamorgan of sense
mūkaḥ3.3.22MasculineSingularindriyam
praiṣaḥ3.3.227MasculineSingularcakram, vyavahāraḥ, kaliḥ, indriyam, drumaḥ, dyūtāṅgam, karṣaḥ
pratyakṣam3.1.78MasculineSingularaindriyakam
sahaḥ3.3.240NeuterSingularnimnagārayaḥ, indriyam
śukram2.6.62NeuterSingularbījam, vīryam, indriyam, tejaḥ, retaḥ
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indriyamfn. fit for or belonging to or agreeable to indra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyam. a companion of indra-(?) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. power, force, the quality which belongs especially to the mighty indra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. exhibition of power, powerful act View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. bodily power, power of the senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. virile power View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. semen virile etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. faculty of sense, sense, organ of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. the number five as symbolical of the five senses. (In addition to the five organs of perception, buddhīndriyāṇi-or jñānendriyāṇi-, id est eye, ear, nose, tongue, and skin, the Hindus enumerate five organs of action, karmendriyāṇi- id est larynx, hand, foot, anus, and parts of generation;between these ten organs and the soul or ātman-stands manas-or mind, considered as an eleventh organ;in the vedānta-, manas-, buddhi-, ahaṃkāra-,and citta-form the four inner or internal organs, antar-indriyāṇi-,so that according to this reckoning the organs are fourteen in number, each being presided over by its own ruler or niyantṛ-;thus, the eye by the Sun, the ear by the Quarters of the world, the nose by the two aśvin-s, the tongue by pracetas-, the skin by the Wind, the voice by Fire, the hand by indra-, the foot by viṣṇu-, the anus by mitra-, the parts of generation by prajāpati-, manas by the Moon, buddhi- by brahman-, ahaṃkāra- by śiva-, citta by viṣṇu- as acyuta-;in the nyāya- philosophy each organ is connected with its own peculiar element, the nose with the Earth, the tongue with Water, the eye with Light or Fire, the skin with Air, the ear with Ether;the jaina-s divide the whole creation into five sections, according to the number of organs attributed to each being.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabhāvanāf. mental exercise, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabodhana mfn. arousing the bodily powers, sharpening the senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabodhanan. any excitement of sense, an object of perception, a stimulus, etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabodhinmfn. arousing the bodily powers, sharpening the senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabodhinn. any excitement of sense, an object of perception, a stimulus, etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyabuddhif. perception by the senses, the exercise of any sense, the faculty of any organ. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaghātam. weakness of the organs of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyagocaramfn. being within the range of the senses, perceptible, capable of being ascertained by the senses. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyagrāmam. the assemblage of the organs, the senses or organs of sense collectively View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyajñānan. the faculty of perception, sense, consciousness. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyakāma(indriy/a-) mfn. desiring or endeavouring to obtain power View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyakṛtamfn. performed or done with the organs of sense. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaloṣyāf. a cow one year old with reddish eyes, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyamocanan. abandonment of sensuality View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyanigraham. restraint of the organs of sense. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaparimocanam. a particular samādhi-, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaprasaṅgam. sensuality. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaśaktif. power of the senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyasaṃyamam. restraint of the senses. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyasevanan. sensual enjoyment, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyasparśam. touching parts of the body (in the nyāsa- ceremonial), View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyasvāpam. sleep of the senses, unconsciousness, insensibility View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyasvāpam. the end of the world View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyatvan. the state or condition of being an organ of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavādam. Name (also title or epithet) of a nyāya- work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavargam. the assemblage of organs, the organs of sense collectively. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavatmfn. having senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavatmfn. (See also indriyā-vat-.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavikāatāf. defect of the senses (one of the 8 imperfect births), View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavipratipattif. perversion of the organs, erroneous or perverted perception. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyaviṣayam. any object of the senses. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyavṛttif. sensitive faculty View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
aindriyamfn. (fr. indriya-), relating to the senses, sensual commentator or commentary on View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
aindriyan. sensual pleasure, world of senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
aindriyakamfn. relating to the senses, sensual View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
aindriyakatvan. the state of relating to senses commentator or commentary on View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anindriyan. that which is not the senses, the soul, the reason View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
antarindriyan. (in vedānta- philosophy) an internal organ (of which there are four, viz. manas-, buddhi-, ahaṃkāra-,and citta-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bahirindriyan. an outer organ, organ of sense or perception (as the eye) or of action (as the hand) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
cakṣurindriyan. the organ of sight View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
caturindriyamfn. having 4 senses (a class of animals) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kadindriyan. plural bad organs of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kadindriyamfn. having bad organs of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
kadindriyagaṇam. and mfn. idem or 'mfn. having bad organs of sense ' View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nirindriyamf(ā-)n. (n/ir--) impotent, destitute of manly vigour or strength etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nirindriyamf(ā-)n. barren (a cow) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nirindriyamf(ā-)n. infirm, weak, frail (or equals pramāṇa-rahita- ) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nirindriyamf(ā-)n. having no organs of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samāvadindriyamfn. = View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svayamindriyamocanan. spontaneous emission of semen View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
tvagindriyan. the sense of touch View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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indriya इन्द्रिय a. Fit for or belonging to or agreeable to, Indra. -यः A friend or companion of Indra. -यम् [इन्द्र-घ; इन्द्रेण दुर्जयम्; by P.V.2.93 इन्द्रियमिन्द्रलिङ्गमिन्द्रदृष्ट मिन्द्रसृष्टमिन्द्रजुष्टमिन्द्रदत्तमिति वा] 1 Power, force, the quality which belongs to Indra. -2 An organ of sense, sense, or faculty of sense. (Indriyas are often compared to restive horses, which, if not properly checked, will lead one astray; cf. मा भूवन्नपथवरास्तवेन्द्रियाश्वाः Ki.5.5). There are two kinds of Indriyas:- (a) ज्ञानेन्द्रियाणि or बुद्धीन्द्रियाणि; श्रोत्रं त्वक्चक्षुणी जिह्वा नासिका चैव पञ्चमी (also मनः according to some); and (b) कर्मेन्द्रियाणिः -पायूपस्थं हस्तपादं वाक् चैव दशमी स्मृता Ms.2.9. Ms. further adds एकादशं मनो ज्ञेयं स्वगुणेनोभयात्मकम् । यस्मिञ् जिते जितावेतौ भवतः पञ्चकौ गणौ ॥ In the Vedanta मनः, बुद्धि, अहंकार and चित्त are said to be the four internal organs, the total number of organs being, therefore, 14, each presided over by its own ruler or नियन्तृ. In Nyāya each organ is connected with its own peculiar element; the eye, ear, tongue, nose, and skin being connected respectively with Light or fire, Ether, Water, Earth and Air. -3 Bodily or virile power, power of the sense. -4 Semen; गणिकान्नमथेन्द्रियम् Mb.12.36.28. -5 Symbolical expression for the number '5'. -Comp. -अगोचर a. imperceptible. -अर्थः 1 an object of sense; these objects are:- रूपं शब्दो गन्धरसस्पर्शाश्च विषया अमी Ak.; इन्द्रियस्येन्द्रियस्यार्थे रागद्वैषौ व्यवस्थितौ Bg.3.34; Bh.3.5.8; R.14.25. -2 anything exciting these senses. -असङ्गः non-attachment to sensual objects, stoicism. -आत्मन् m. 1 an epithet of Viṣṇu. -2 an organ of sense. -आदिः the principle called ahaṅkāra (in Sāṅ. Phil.). -आयतनम् 1 the abode of the senses, i. e. the body. -2 the soul. -आराम a. given to enjoying the objects of sense; अघायुरिन्द्रियारामो मोघं पार्थ स जीवति Bg.3.16. -ईशः the soul. -गोचर a. perceptible to the senses. (-रः) an object of sense; पञ्च चेन्द्रियगोचराः Bg.13.5. -ग्रामः, -वर्गः the assemblage or collection of organs, the five organs of sense taken collectively; बलवानिन्द्रियग्रामो विद्वांसमपि कर्षति Ms.2.215, 1,175; निर्ववार मधुनीन्द्रियवर्गः Śi.1.3. -ज a. in one's presence, visible. -ज्ञानम् consciousness, the faculty of perception. -धारणा restraint of senses; स्थिरामिन्द्रिय- धारणाम् Kaṭh.2.6.11. -निग्रहः restraint of senses. -प्रसङ्गः sensuality. -बुद्धिः f. perception by the senses, exercise of any organ of sense. -बोधन a. exciting power; stimulating or sharpening the senses. (-नम्) any excitement of senses, a stimulus. -वधः insensibility. -विप्रतिपत्तिः f. perversion of the organs, wrong preception. -वृत्तिः f. function of the organs. -संप्रयोगः Functioning of senses with reference to objects. -सुख sensual pleasures; एवमिन्द्रियसुखानि निर्विशन्नन्यकार्यविमुखः स पार्थिवः R.19.47. -सन्निकर्षः the contact of an organ of sense (either with its object or with the mind). -स्वापः insensibility, unconsciousness, stupor.
indriyavat इन्द्रियवत् a. One who has curbed his senses. -2 One having the organs of sense.
anindriyam अनिन्द्रियम् 1 Reason (that which is not the senses). -2 Not an organ of sense, the mind.
aindriya ऐन्द्रिय यक a. [इन्द्रिय-अण्, वुञ् वा] 1 Belonging to the senses, sensual. यथा मनोरथः स्वप्नः सर्वमैन्द्रियकं मृषा Bhāg.7.2.48. मूढमैन्द्रियकं लुब्धमनार्यचरितं शठम् Mb.12. 93.16. -2 Present, perceptible to the senses. -यम् The world of the senses.
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indriya indr-iyá, n. might of Indra, i. 85, 2 [Índra].
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indriya a. belonging to, like or dear to Indra; m. companion of Indra; n. Indra's might; dominion; mighty deed; vigour, energy; semen virile; organ of sense; -kâma, a. desirous of might; -grâma, m.totality of the senses; -nigraha, m. restraint of the senses; -sakti, f. power of the senses; -samyamá, m. restraint of the senses.
antarindriya n. internal organ.
aindriya a. referring to or perceptible by the senses; n. sensual pleasure.
nirindriya a. impotent; barren; frail.
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indriya ati tān sṛjāmi SMB.1.7.1d; PG.2.6.10d.
indriya somaṃ dhanasā u īmahe RV.10.65.10d.
indriya bhūtivardhanam Apś.5.18.2b.
indriya me vīryaṃ mā nir vadhīḥ (Mś. vadhiṣṭa) TS.3.1.8.3; 2.4.2; Mś.2.3.3.10.
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indriya and of the senses themselvesSB 7.8.8
indriya and sensesBG 18.33
indriya and the sensesBG 18.38
indriya and to the sensesSB 5.24.10
indriya as the sensesMM 36
indriya bodilySB 1.6.14
indriya bodily sensesSB 10.47.29
indriya by the sensesSB 4.29.68
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indriya for sense enjoymentSB 10.85.19
indriya material sensesSB 3.9.33
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indriya of the sense organsBG 4.26
indriya of the sensesCC Madhya 20.276
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indriya sensesBG 13.15
indriya sensesBG 13.15
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indriya strong sensesSB 10.78.36
indriya the function of his sensesSB 10.16.55
indriya the knowledge-acquiring sensesSB 4.29.18-20
indriya the material sensesSB 3.27.14
indriya the mindSB 12.11.22
indriya the sense organsSB 1.18.26
indriya the sensesBG 4.27
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indriya the senses for working and recording knowledgeSB 3.26.71
indriya the ten sensesSB 6.12.11
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indriya through his mindSB 10.84.24-25
indriya to the sensesCC Antya 8.49
indriya with the sensesSB 11.26.22
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indriya carāñā satisfying the sensesCC Antya 2.120
indriya carāñā satisfying the sensesCC Antya 2.120
indriya-ārāmaḥ satisfied in sense gratificationBG 3.16
indriya-ārāmaḥ satisfied in sense gratificationBG 3.16
indriya-ārāmam interested only in sense gratification or sensualitySB 9.19.8
indriya-ārāmam interested only in sense gratification or sensualitySB 9.19.8
indriya-ārāmam very fond of sense gratificationSB 6.18.24
indriya-ārāmam very fond of sense gratificationSB 6.18.24
indriya-artha for sense gratificationSB 3.9.9
indriya-artha for sense gratificationSB 3.9.9
indriya-artha for the satisfaction of the sensesSB 4.22.33
indriya-artha for the satisfaction of the sensesSB 4.22.33
indriya-artha in sense gratificationSB 7.9.43
indriya-artha in sense gratificationSB 7.9.43
indriya-artha of sense objectsSB 10.63.42
indriya-artha of sense objectsSB 10.63.42
indriya-artha sense gratificationSB 3.23.53
indriya-artha sense gratificationSB 3.23.53
indriya-artha sense gratification as the ultimate goal of lifeSB 4.22.13
indriya-artha sense gratification as the ultimate goal of lifeSB 4.22.13
indriya-artha sense objectsSB 4.29.18-20
indriya-artha sense objectsSB 4.29.18-20
indriya-artha the objects of the sensesCC Madhya 23.24
indriya-artha the objects of the sensesCC Madhya 23.24
indriya-arthāḥ sense objectsSB 4.28.57
indriya-arthāḥ sense objectsSB 4.28.57
indriya-artham for sense gratificationSB 4.22.28
indriya-artham for sense gratificationSB 4.22.28
indriya-artham sense objectsSB 11.28.32
indriya-artham sense objectsSB 11.28.32
indriya-arthān sense objectsBG 3.6
indriya-arthān sense objectsBG 3.6
indriya-arthāya unto the Personality of Godhead, the objective of all sensesSB 2.9.39
indriya-arthāya unto the Personality of Godhead, the objective of all sensesSB 2.9.39
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from sense objectsBG 2.68
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from sense objectsBG 2.68
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from the object of the sensesSB 11.14.36-42
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from the object of the sensesSB 11.14.36-42
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from the sense objectsBG 2.58
indriya-arthebhyaḥ from the sense objectsBG 2.58
indriya-artheṣu for sense gratificationSB 4.22.52
indriya-artheṣu for sense gratificationSB 4.22.52
indriya-artheṣu from the objects of sense enjoymentSB 10.80.6
indriya-artheṣu from the objects of sense enjoymentSB 10.80.6
indriya-artheṣu in sense gratificationBG 5.8-9
indriya-artheṣu in sense gratificationBG 5.8-9
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indriya-artheṣu in sense gratificationBG 6.4
indriya-artheṣu in the matter of the sensesBG 13.8-12
indriya-artheṣu in the matter of the sensesBG 13.8-12
indriya-artheṣu sense gratificationCC Madhya 24.160
indriya-artheṣu sense gratificationCC Madhya 24.160
indriya-artheṣu to sense gratificationSB 3.23.54
indriya-artheṣu to sense gratificationSB 3.23.54
indriya-ātmane the director of the sensesSB 4.24.36
indriya-ātmane the director of the sensesSB 4.24.36
indriya-ayana by the resting place of the senses (the mind)SB 11.22.42
indriya-ayana by the resting place of the senses (the mind)SB 11.22.42
indriya-balena by the force of the sensesSB 11.3.38
indriya-balena by the force of the sensesSB 11.3.38
indriya-damana controlling the sensesCC Antya 3.141
indriya-damana controlling the sensesCC Antya 3.141
indriya-gaṇa sensesCC Madhya 2.30
indriya-gaṇa sensesCC Madhya 2.30
indriya-gaṇāḥ the sensesSB 4.29.6
indriya-gaṇāḥ the sensesSB 4.29.6
indriya-gaṇaiḥ against all the material sensesSB 10.60.35
indriya-gaṇaiḥ against all the material sensesSB 10.60.35
indriya-gaṇe all the sensesSB 11.3.39
indriya-gaṇe all the sensesSB 11.3.39
indriya-go-carāḥ the objects of the sensesBG 13.6-7
indriya-go-carāḥ the objects of the sensesBG 13.6-7
indriya-go-carāḥ the objects of the sensesBG 13.6-7
indriya-grāmaḥ all the sensesSB 11.7.9
indriya-grāmaḥ all the sensesSB 11.7.9
indriya-grāmaḥ his sensesSB 6.2.40
indriya-grāmaḥ his sensesSB 6.2.40
indriya-grāmaḥ the group of sensesCC Antya 2.119
indriya-grāmaḥ the group of sensesCC Antya 2.119
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indriya-grāmaḥ the group of sensesSB 9.19.17
indriya-grāmaḥ the sensesSB 10.4.38
indriya-grāmaḥ the sensesSB 10.4.38
indriya-grāmam all the sensesBG 12.3-4
indriya-grāmam all the sensesBG 12.3-4
indriya-grāmam the full set of sensesBG 6.24
indriya-grāmam the full set of sensesBG 6.24
indriya-grāmam the sensesSB 10.3.33
indriya-grāmam the sensesSB 10.3.33
indriya-īśaḥ a living entitySB 4.22.3
indriya-īśaḥ a living entitySB 4.22.3
indriya-kalya-deham an able bodySB 6.19.26-28
indriya-kalya-deham an able bodySB 6.19.26-28
indriya-kalya-deham an able bodySB 6.19.26-28
indriya-kāmaḥ tu but one who desires strong sense organsSB 2.3.2-7
indriya-kāmaḥ tu but one who desires strong sense organsSB 2.3.2-7
indriya-kāmaḥ tu but one who desires strong sense organsSB 2.3.2-7
indriya-kulam all the sensesCC Adi 4.259
indriya-kulam all the sensesCC Adi 4.259
indriya-lolatā addicted to sense enjoymentSB 7.15.38-39
indriya-lolatā addicted to sense enjoymentSB 7.15.38-39
indriya-mana the senses and mindCC Antya 16.124
indriya-mana the senses and mindCC Antya 16.124
indriya-ojaḥ strength of the sensesSB 9.15.16
indriya-ojaḥ strength of the sensesSB 9.15.16
indriya-preṣṭham very dear to the sensesSB 11.25.28
indriya-preṣṭham very dear to the sensesSB 11.25.28
indriya-prītaye for sense gratificationSB 5.5.4
indriya-prītaye for sense gratificationSB 5.5.4
indriya-prīti-nimittam for the satisfaction of the sensesSB 5.9.9-10
indriya-prīti-nimittam for the satisfaction of the sensesSB 5.9.9-10
indriya-prīti-nimittam for the satisfaction of the sensesSB 5.9.9-10
indriya-priyaḥ a person attached to sense gratificationSB 5.18.10
indriya-priyaḥ a person attached to sense gratificationSB 5.18.10
indriya-priyaiḥ with things that gratify the sensesSB 11.7.39
indriya-priyaiḥ with things that gratify the sensesSB 11.7.39
indriya-rādhasā by power of the sensesSB 4.31.11
indriya-rādhasā by power of the sensesSB 4.31.11
indriya-ratau in the matter of sense gratificationSB 4.8.61
indriya-ratau in the matter of sense gratificationSB 4.8.61
indriya-saṃyamaḥ controlling the activities of the sensesCC Madhya 19.213
indriya-saṃyamaḥ controlling the activities of the sensesCC Madhya 19.213
indriya-sańgrahaḥ five senses and the mindSB 4.28.57
indriya-sańgrahaḥ five senses and the mindSB 4.28.57
indriya-smṛtiḥ realization of the actions of the senses and memorySB 8.11.48
indriya-smṛtiḥ realization of the actions of the senses and memorySB 8.11.48
indriya-tarpaṇa to gratify the sensesCC Antya 8.64
indriya-tarpaṇa to gratify the sensesCC Antya 8.64
indriya-utsavaiḥ invoking sense enjoymentSB 5.24.10
indriya-utsavaiḥ invoking sense enjoymentSB 5.24.10
indriya-utsavāt due to material sense gratificationSB 5.19.22
indriya-utsavāt due to material sense gratificationSB 5.19.22
indriya-vān possessed of sensesSB 11.2.2
indriya-vān possessed of sensesSB 11.2.2
indriya-vān possessing all the sense organsSB 7.2.45
indriya-vān possessing all the sense organsSB 7.2.45
indriya-vān possessing full bodily, mental and sensual strengthSB 11.8.4
indriya-vān possessing full bodily, mental and sensual strengthSB 11.8.4
indriya-vāraṇa controlling the sensesCC Antya 8.44
indriya-vāraṇa controlling the sensesCC Antya 8.44
indriya-vikledaḥ droolingSB 3.20.41
indriya-vikledaḥ droolingSB 3.20.41
indriya-vṛttayaḥ those with sense perceptionSB 3.29.28
indriya-vṛttayaḥ those with sense perceptionSB 3.29.28
indriya-vṛttibhiḥ by the activities of the sensesSB 3.32.24
indriya-vṛttibhiḥ by the activities of the sensesSB 3.32.24
indriya his sensesSB 10.36.18
indriya His sensesSB 10.62.23-24
indriya his sensesSB 10.63.41
SB 11.8.7
SB 3.19.7
SB 3.30.18
SB 3.30.8
SB 9.18.46
indriya my sensesSB 10.51.32
indriya of the sensesSB 3.7.23
indriya one who has such sensesSB 2.9.8
indriya sensesBG 4.39
SB 1.13.54
SB 10.11.53
indriya the power of the sensesSB 4.9.22
indriya the sensesSB 11.10.27-29
SB 11.14.18
SB 11.14.32-33
SB 11.19.40-45
SB 11.20.18
indriya whose eyesSB 10.71.27
indriya whose sensesCC Antya 4.178
SB 10.71.18
SB 10.80.6
SB 11.13.11
SB 3.18.14
indriyaiḥ along with the sensesSB 11.22.37
indriyaiḥ and the sensesSB 2.2.22
indriyaiḥ by one's sensesSB 11.26.24
indriyaiḥ by the blunt material sensesCC Madhya 17.136
indriyaiḥ by the sensesBG 2.64
SB 11.11.9
SB 11.15.4-5
SB 11.4.4
SB 3.32.28
SB 3.32.33
SB 4.22.30
indriyaiḥ for sense gratificationSB 5.1.37
indriyaiḥ sensesSB 11.13.24
SB 11.2.36
indriyaiḥ with his sensesSB 11.2.48
indriyaiḥ with other (worldly) celebrationsSB 10.20.48
indriyaiḥ with sensesSB 11.22.57
indriyaiḥ with the sensesBG 5.11
SB 11.19.26
indriyam dexterity of the sensesSB 10.41.42
indriyam sensesSB 1.11.36
SB 10.61.4
SB 11.6.18
indriyam sensory powerSB 10.78.34
indriyam soundness of the sensesSB 5.20.6
indriyam the potency to experience their objectsSB 11.16.36
indriyam the power to illuminate their objectsSB 10.85.10
indriyam the sensesSB 7.5.38
indriyam which makes the senses sharpSB 6.13.22-23
indriyam whose sensesSB 10.89.24
indriyam whose senses or mindSB 4.25.30
indriyasya of the sensesBG 3.34
indriyasya arthe in the sense objectsBG 3.34
indriyasya arthe in the sense objectsBG 3.34
aindriya in the matter of the sensesSB 3.10.16
aindriya in the mode of passionSB 11.22.33
aindriyakam produced by the sensesSB 7.2.48
aindriyakam with reference to the material sensesSB 7.6.3
aindriyakam knowledge derived from the sensesSB 7.15.58
aindriyakam generated from the material sensesSB 11.8.1
aindriyam the sensesSB 5.17.22-23
aindriyam all the sensesSB 5.18.32
aindriyam all meant for sense gratificationSB 7.9.24
ajita-indriya unable to control my sensesSB 6.18.40
ajita-indriya being unable to control the sensesSB 7.4.19
ajita-indriya who has not conquered the sensesSB 7.6.9
ajita-indriya because of being unable to control the sensesSB 7.6.15
ajita-indriyam a person who is not self-controlledSB 8.19.21
ajita-indriya not having learned to control his sensesSB 11.3.45
ajita-indriya having never learned to control his sensesSB 11.7.56
ajita-indriya having not controlled the sensesSB 11.26.17
pañca-indriya-ākarṣaṇa the attraction of the five sensesCC Antya 20.127
akhila-indriya all actions of the external sensesSB 10.12.44
ākula-indriya being full of anxietySB 6.1.28-29
vijita-anya-indriya one who has conquered all of the other sensesSB 11.8.21
artha-indriya-ārāmaḥ too attached to material enjoymentSB 6.18.39
artha-indriya-ārāmaḥ too attached to material enjoymentSB 6.18.39
kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activitiesSB 9.8.26
bhūta-indriya-āśayam resting place of the senses and the objects of the sensesSB 4.8.77
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
deha-indriya-asvāśaya the bodily sensesSB 5.10.22
ati-indriyam beyond the perception of material sensesSB 8.3.20-21
ati-indriyam transcendentally situatedSB 9.6.35-36
ati-indriyam which an ordinary person cannot understand because it is beyond his visionSB 10.8.5
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriya whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental blissSB 10.13.56
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
ātma-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of one's own sensesCC Adi 4.165
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
bhūta-indriya-ātmakam the original cause of the senses and the living beingsCC Madhya 25.36
ātura-indriya who is distressedSB 4.3.21
avahita-indriya fixed in mind, without deviationSB 8.5.25
avicala-indriya without being disturbed by sense agitationSB 4.12.14
avijita-indriya who has not controlled the sensesSB 10.20.38
bala-indriya whose strength and power of the sensesSB 6.17.2-3
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
bhūta-indriya-āśayam resting place of the senses and the objects of the sensesSB 4.8.77
bhūta-indriya composed of elements and sensesSB 7.9.35
bhūta-indriya-ātmakam the original cause of the senses and the living beingsCC Madhya 25.36
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
deha-indriya-asvāśaya the bodily sensesSB 5.10.22
deha-prāṇa-indriya to the body, life air and sensesSB 10.6.24
deha-indriya all the limbs and senses of My bodyCC Madhya 2.40
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
sarva-indriya-guṇa-draṣṭre unto the seer of all objectives pursued by the sensesSB 8.3.14
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriya whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental blissSB 10.13.56
nija-indriya-gaṇa own sensesCC Madhya 13.164
pañca-indriya-gaṇa five senses of perceptionCC Antya 15.16
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
sarva-indriya-guṇa-draṣṭre unto the seer of all objectives pursued by the sensesSB 8.3.14
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
prāṇa-indriya the life air and the sensesSB 4.8.44
bhūta-indriya-āśayam resting place of the senses and the objects of the sensesSB 4.8.77
jita-indriya having controlled the sensesSB 4.20.13
sarva-indriya all the sensesSB 4.24.44
ubhaya-indriya of both groups of sensesSB 4.29.7
sarva-indriya all the sensesSB 4.31.19
deha-indriya-asvāśaya the bodily sensesSB 5.10.22
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
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 6.16.33
artha-indriya-ārāmaḥ too attached to material enjoymentSB 6.18.39
bhūta-indriya composed of elements and sensesSB 7.9.35
sarva-indriya-guṇa-draṣṭre unto the seer of all objectives pursued by the sensesSB 8.3.14
kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activitiesSB 9.8.26
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
deha-prāṇa-indriya to the body, life air and sensesSB 10.6.24
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 10.40.2
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 11.16.36
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
ātma-indriya-āśayam his body, senses and mindSB 12.10.4
ātma-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of one's own sensesCC Adi 4.165
kṛṣṇa-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of Lord Kṛṣṇa's sensesCC Adi 4.165
sarva-indriya all sensesCC Adi 9.32
sarva-indriya all sensesCC Adi 16.110
deha-indriya all the limbs and senses of My bodyCC Madhya 2.40
nija-indriya of one's own sensesCC Madhya 8.217
nija-indriya-sukha for personal sense gratificationCC Madhya 8.218
nija-indriya-gaṇa own sensesCC Madhya 13.164
prākṛta-indriya by the dull senses made of matterCC Madhya 17.134
sarva-indriya-phala the fulfillment of the activities of all the sensesCC Madhya 20.60
mana-indriya the chief sense, namely the mindCC Madhya 21.31
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
bhūta-indriya-ātmakam the original cause of the senses and the living beingsCC Madhya 25.36
pañca-indriya five sensesCC Antya 14.49
pañca-indriya of the five sensesCC Antya 15.8
pañca-indriya-gaṇa five senses of perceptionCC Antya 15.16
pañca-indriya-ākarṣaṇa the attraction of the five sensesCC Antya 20.127
sakala-indriya of all the organsBs 5.32
jita-indriya having conquered the sensesBG 5.7
vijita-indriya sensually controlledBG 6.8
jita-indriya controlled sensesSB 2.1.23
ātura-indriya who is distressedSB 4.3.21
avicala-indriya without being disturbed by sense agitationSB 4.12.14
sunirvṛta-indriya being very satisfied with getting the opportunity of sense gratificationSB 5.13.17
ākula-indriya being full of anxietySB 6.1.28-29
bala-indriya whose strength and power of the sensesSB 6.17.2-3
ajita-indriya unable to control my sensesSB 6.18.40
ajita-indriya being unable to control the sensesSB 7.4.19
jita-indriya fully controlling the senses and mindSB 7.4.31-32
ajita-indriya who has not conquered the sensesSB 7.6.9
ajita-indriya because of being unable to control the sensesSB 7.6.15
jita-indriya having full control over the sensesSB 7.12.6
avahita-indriya fixed in mind, without deviationSB 8.5.25
pramuṣita-indriya whose senses were agitatedSB 8.12.27
akhila-indriya all actions of the external sensesSB 10.12.44
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriya whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental blissSB 10.13.56
avijita-indriya who has not controlled the sensesSB 10.20.38
ajita-indriya not having learned to control his sensesSB 11.3.45
ajita-indriya having never learned to control his sensesSB 11.7.56
jita-indriya one who has conquered the sensesSB 11.8.21
vijita-anya-indriya one who has conquered all of the other sensesSB 11.8.21
saṃyata-indriya completely controlling the sensesSB 11.18.20
jita-indriya who has conquered his sensesSB 11.20.20
jita-indriya having subdued his sensesSB 11.25.34
ajita-indriya having not controlled the sensesSB 11.26.17
saṃyata-indriya with controlled sensesSB 11.29.41-44
karma-indriyaiḥ by the active sense organsBG 3.7
kat-indriyaiḥ because of possessing impure sensesSB 9.18.51
ati-indriyam beyond the perception of material sensesSB 8.3.20-21
ajita-indriyam a person who is not self-controlledSB 8.19.21
ati-indriyam transcendentally situatedSB 9.6.35-36
ati-indriyam which an ordinary person cannot understand because it is beyond his visionSB 10.8.5
jita-indriyasya for one who has already conquered the sensesSB 5.1.17
jita-indriyasya of one who has conquered his sensesSB 11.15.1
jita-indriyasya of one who has conquered his sensesSB 11.15.32
ātma-indriya-jayena by controlling the mind and sensesSB 3.32.34-36
jita-indriya having conquered the sensesBG 5.7
jita-indriya controlled sensesSB 2.1.23
jita-indriya having controlled the sensesSB 4.20.13
jita-indriyasya for one who has already conquered the sensesSB 5.1.17
jita-indriya fully controlling the senses and mindSB 7.4.31-32
jita-indriya having full control over the sensesSB 7.12.6
jita-indriya one who has conquered the sensesSB 11.8.21
jita-indriyasya of one who has conquered his sensesSB 11.15.1
jita-indriyasya of one who has conquered his sensesSB 11.15.32
jita-indriya who has conquered his sensesSB 11.20.20
jita-indriya having subdued his sensesSB 11.25.34
kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activitiesSB 9.8.26
karma-indriyaiḥ by the active sense organsBG 3.7
kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activitiesSB 9.8.26
kat-indriyaiḥ because of possessing impure sensesSB 9.18.51
kṛṣṇa-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of Lord Kṛṣṇa's sensesCC Adi 4.165
mana-indriya the chief sense, namely the mindCC Madhya 21.31
deha-indriya-mana the body, senses and mindCC Madhya 24.63
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
manaḥ-indriya-asu-gaṇān the mind, senses and vital airSB 12.6.69
bhūta-indriya-manaḥ-mayaiḥ consisting of body, senses and mindSB 3.27.13
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
nija-indriya of one's own sensesCC Madhya 8.217
nija-indriya-sukha for personal sense gratificationCC Madhya 8.218
nija-indriya-gaṇa own sensesCC Madhya 13.164
pañca-indriya five sensesCC Antya 14.49
pañca-indriya of the five sensesCC Antya 15.8
pañca-indriya-gaṇa five senses of perceptionCC Antya 15.16
pañca-indriya-ākarṣaṇa the attraction of the five sensesCC Antya 20.127
sarva-indriya-phala the fulfillment of the activities of all the sensesCC Madhya 20.60
prākṛta-indriya by the dull senses made of matterCC Madhya 17.134
pramuṣita-indriya whose senses were agitatedSB 8.12.27
prāṇa-indriya the life air and the sensesSB 4.8.44
prāṇa-indriya-ātmabhiḥ by the life force, senses and mindSB 6.14.46
deha-prāṇa-indriya to the body, life air and sensesSB 10.6.24
ātma-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of one's own sensesCC Adi 4.165
kṛṣṇa-indriya-prīti for the pleasure of Lord Kṛṣṇa's sensesCC Adi 4.165
sakala-indriya of all the organsBs 5.32
saṃyata-indriya completely controlling the sensesSB 11.18.20
saṃyata-indriya with controlled sensesSB 11.29.41-44
sarva-indriya all the sensesSB 4.24.44
sarva-indriya all the sensesSB 4.31.19
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 6.16.33
sarva-indriya-guṇa-draṣṭre unto the seer of all objectives pursued by the sensesSB 8.3.14
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 10.40.2
sarva-indriya of all the sensesSB 11.16.36
sarva-indriya all sensesCC Adi 9.32
sarva-indriya all sensesCC Adi 16.110
sarva-indriya-phala the fulfillment of the activities of all the sensesCC Madhya 20.60
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
ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)SB 5.14.2
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriya whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental blissSB 10.13.56
nija-indriya-sukha for personal sense gratificationCC Madhya 8.218
sunirvṛta-indriya being very satisfied with getting the opportunity of sense gratificationSB 5.13.17
ubhaya-indriya of both groups of sensesSB 4.29.7
atikutuka-udvṛtya-stimita-ekādaśa-indriya whose eleven senses had all been jolted by great astonishment and then stunned by transcendental blissSB 10.13.56
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
vijita-indriya sensually controlledBG 6.8
vijita-anya-indriya one who has conquered all of the other sensesSB 11.8.21
vikṣipta-indriya-dhiyaḥ whose senses, mind and intelligence are always agitated because of material conditionsSB 9.9.46
yata-citta-indriya controlling the mind and sensesSB 6.2.35
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indriya noun (neuter) bodily power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
exhibition of power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
faculty of sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
force (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
organ of sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
power of the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
powerful act (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
semen virile (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the number five as symbolical of the five senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the quality which belongs especially to the mighty Indra (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
virile power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 181/72933
indriya adjective fit for or belonging to or agreeable to Indra (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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indriyanigraha noun (masculine) [rel.] name of a Tīrtha
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indriyasvāpa noun (masculine) insensibility (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sleep of the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the end of the world (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
unconsciousness (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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indriyavant adjective having senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 27048/72933
anindriya adjective senseless without senses
Frequency rank 26315/72933
anindriya noun (neuter) that which is not the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the reason (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the soul (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 31846/72933
aindriya adjective relating to the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sensual (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 23571/72933
aindriya noun (neuter) sensual pleasure (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
world of senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 48126/72933
aindriyaka adjective relating to the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sensual (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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nirindriya adjective barren (a cow) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
destitute of manly vigour or strength (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
frail (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
having no organs of sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
impotent (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
infirm (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
weak (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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indriya

sensory or motor organs.

indriyāntarasañcāra

(indriya.antara.sancāra) shifting of mind from one sensory organ to the other.

karmendriya

(karma.indriya) motor organ ex: hand, foot.

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indriya

bāhyendriyam, bahirindriyam   

tad indriyaṃ yat śarīrasya bahirbhāge vartate।

karṇaḥ bāhyendriyam asti।

indriya

pratyakṣa, aparokṣa, indriyagocara   

indriyārthasannikarṣajanyaṃ jñānam pratyakṣam।

pratyakṣābhiḥ prapannastanubhiravatu vastābhiraṣṭābhirīśaḥ।

indriya

antarindriyam   

śarīrasya antarbhāge vartamānam indriyam।

manaḥ antarindriyam asti।

indriya

dhanam, vittam, vibhavaḥ, arthaḥ, vaibhavam, sampattiḥ, draviṇam, dravyam, rāḥ, riktham, ṛktham, hiraṇyam, dyumnam, svāpateyam, bhogyam, ghasu, svāpateyam, vasu, dyumnam, kāñcanam, lakṣmīḥ, sampat, vṛddhiḥ, śrīḥ, vyavahāryam, raiḥ, bhogaḥ, svam, rekṇaḥ, vedaḥ, varivaḥ, śvātram, ratnam, rayiḥ, kṣatram, bhagaḥ, mīlum, gayaḥ, dyumnaḥ, indriyam, vasu, rāyaḥ, rādhaḥ, bhojanam, tanā, nṛmṇam, bandhuḥ, medhāḥ, yaśaḥ, brahma, śraṃvaḥ, vṛtram, vṛtam   

suvarṇarupyakādayaḥ।

sādhu kāryārthe eva dhanasya viyogaḥ karaṇīyaḥ।

indriya

indriyam, hṛṣīkam, viṣayi, akṣam, karaṇam, grahaṇam   

jñānakarmasādhakaḥ śarīrasya avayavaḥ।

netrakarṇādayāni indriyāṇi santi।

indriya

indriyanigrahaḥ, indriyajayaḥ, indriyadamanam   

indriyaniyamanasya kriyā।

indriyanigraheṇa eva manuṣyaṃ sukhaśāntī prāpyete।

indriya

indriyanigrahin, saṃyamī, ātmanigrahin   

yena indriyāṇi nigrahitāni।

indriyanigrahī puruṣaḥ sukham anubhavati।

indriya

pañca, pāṇḍavaḥ, śivāsyam, indriyam, svargaḥ, vratāgniḥ, mahāpāpam, mahābhūtam, mahākāvyam, mahāmakhaḥ, purāṇalakṣaṇam, aṅgam, prāṇāḥ, vargaḥ, indriyārthaḥ, bāṇaḥ   

ekādhikaṃ catvāri।

pañcādhikaṃ pañca āhatya daśa bhavanti।

indriya

indriyaja   

indriyāt jātaḥ।

manuṣye naikāḥ indriyajāḥ kāmanāḥ santi।









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