ātma

ātmā

ātmā antaḥ-yāmī

ātmā eva

ātmā haite

ātma pavitrite

ātmā vai jāyate putraḥ

ātma-ābhāsam

ātma-abhicāraḥ

  • self-envy or envious of yourself (your mind has become your enemy) — SB 9.4.69

ātma-ādi-stamba-paryantaiḥ

  • from Lord Brahmā to the insignificant living entity — SB 10.13.51

ātma-aiśvarya

ātma-aiśvarya-smṛtiḥ

  • remembrance of the exalted transcendental position of Me, the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 6.9.47

ātma-aṁśa-bhūtām

ātma-aṁśakena

ātma-ānanda

ātma-anubhūtau

ātma-anubhūtyā

  • simply by understanding his constitutional position — SB 9.19.25

ātma-anusmṛti

  • of remembrance of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 5.24.22

ātma-anuvartinā

  • which is received according to his desire and past activities — SB 7.7.47

ātma-apahnavam

  • degrading oneself from the platform of tapasyaSB 9.6.49

ātma-apāyam

ātmā-ārāma

ātma-ārāmaḥ

  • fully satisfied in the self — SB 7.13.3
  • one who is pleased in himself — SB 1.7.9
  • persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord — Madhya 17.140
  • self-content (because of being engaged in the service of the Lord) — NBS 6
  • self-satisfied — SB 4.24.18
  • who takes pleasure in self-realization — SB 5.1.1

ātma-ārāmāḥ

  • persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord — Madhya 24.5, Madhya 25.159
  • who are self-satisfied (being completely aware of their constitutional position as eternal servants of the Lord) — SB 6.16.40

ātmā-ārāmāḥ

  • persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord — Madhya 6.186

ātma-ārāmam

ātma-ārāmāṇām

ātma-ārāmasya

ātma-ārāmāya

ātma-ārāmera

ātma-ārāmeṣu

  • one who is always engaged in spiritual bliss — SB 4.22.14

ātma-artham

ātma-āśrayayā

  • sheltered under His own protection — SB 4.17.31
  • whose existence is under Your shelter — SB 8.6.11

ātma-āśritāḥ

ātma-ātmanaḥ

ātma-aupamyena

ātma-avadyam

ātma-avagamaḥ

  • as far as my knowledge is concerned — SB 1.18.23

ātma-avakāśam

  • a comfortable position for His body — SB 8.24.17

ātma-āvāsyam

  • the expansion of the energy of the Supreme Soul, the Personality of Godhead — Madhya 25.101

ātma-āyatanam

  • resting place of all living entities — SB 4.17.30

ātma-bandhunā

ātma-bhāsā

ātma-bhava

ātma-bhāvam

ātma-bhāvanaḥ

  • always wishing to elevate the living entities — SB 4.22.16

ātma-bhāvanam

  • who generates all living entities — SB 3.15.6

ātma-bhāvena

ātma-bhāvitaḥ

ātma-bhṛtam

ātma-bhūḥ

ātma-bhūta-śabde

ātma-bhūtam

ātma-bhūtānām

ātma-bhūtasya

ātma-bhūte

ātma-bhūtena

  • who is an expansion of His personal self — Madhya 20.275
  • who is the plenary expansion of the Lord — SB 3.5.26

ātma-bhuvā

ātma-bhūyāya

ātma-bodhāḥ

  • knowledge of the constitutional position — SB 4.7.30

ātma-buddheḥ

ātma-buddhi

ātma-buddhiḥ

  • who considers these material things the ātma, or self — SB 5.13.4

ātma-daḥ

ātma-daivam

ātma-daivatam

ātma-darśanam

ātma-darśane

ātma-dāsye

ātma-de

  • who gives Himself without hesitation — SB 5.24.21

ātma-deha-stham

ātma-devatā-buddhiḥ

ātma-dhana

ātma-dhruk

ātma-dṛk

ātma-duḥsthayā

ātma-dviṣām

ātma-dyota-guṇaiḥ channa-mahimne

  • unto You whose glories are covered by Your personal energy — SB 10.10.33

ātma-gatam

ātma-gataye

ātma-gati

ātma-gatiḥ

ātma-gatim

ātma-ghāta kaila

ātma-go-vatsān

  • now expanded into calves that were also He Himself — SB 10.13.20

ātma-gopam

ātma-gūḍham

ātma-guhyam

  • all the mysteries of self-realization — SB 8.24.55

ātma-guṇaiḥ

ātma-guṇam

ātma-hanaḥ

  • the killers of the soul — Īśo 3

ātma-hanam

ātma-indriya-jayena

ātma-indriya-prīti

  • for the pleasure of one’s own senses — Ādi 4.165

ātma-īśvaraḥ

  • the Lord of all living entities — SB 3.33.3
  • the master of the soul, the Supersoul — SB 7.6.2
  • the Supersoul — SB 4.7.50
  • the Supersoul giving direction to everyone — SB 8.12.7

ātma-īśvaram

ātma-ja

ātma-jā

ātma-ja-ādiṣu

ātma-jaḥ

ātma-jāḥ

ātma-jaiḥ

ātma-jam

ātma-jām

ātma-jān

ātma-jānām

ātma-jasya

ātma-jau

ātma-jāya

ātma-jaya-anubhāvita

  • perceivable by conquering the mind — SB 3.13.39

ātma-jayaḥ

  • not being overwhelmed by bodily necessities — SB 7.11.22

ātma-je

ātma-jeṣu

ātma-jijñāsayā

  • by inquiry into spiritual realization or self-realization — SB 6.4.14

ātma-jñāna-ānanda

ātma-jñāne

ātma-jyotiḥ

  • the rays of His bodily luster, known as the brahmajyotiSB 9.11.19
  • the spirit soul, which was as brilliant as the effulgence of Brahman — SB 6.12.35

ātma-jyotiṣi

  • who is full of Brahman effulgence — SB 5.16.3

ātma-kanyā

ātma-kāraṇāt

ātma-karma

ātma-karmabhiḥ

  • by the results of one’s karma (fruitive activities) — SB 6.14.55

ātma-ketubhiḥ

  • by the functions of the inner airs (prāṇa, apāna, etc.) — SB 5.20.28

ātma-kṛṣṇa-saṅga

ātma-kṛta

ātma-kṛtaḥ

ātma-kṛtam

ātma-kṛtya-hata-kṛtyam

  • after performing religious rituals required after the death of Jaṭāyu, who died for the Lord’s cause — SB 9.10.12

ātma-labdhā

  • those who have gained such self-achievement — SB 3.7.14

ātma-labdhaye

ātma-lābhaḥ

ātma-lābhāt

ātma-lābhāya

ātma-lābhena

ātma-liṅga-viparyayam

  • the transformation of their sex into the opposite — SB 9.1.27

ātma-liṅgam

  • existing as the false designation of the soul — SB 5.11.16
  • the real form of the self — SB 2.2.28

ātma-loka-āvaraṇasya

  • from the covering of self-realization — SB 8.3.25

ātma-lokam

  • the real identity of the self — SB 5.6.19

ātma-loke

ātma-madhye

ātma-mahimā

ātma-māṁsa

ātma-mana

ātma-mānena

ātma-matiḥ

  • fully absorbed in thoughts of the Supreme Lord — SB 7.7.35

ātma-matim

ātma-māyā

ātma-māyā-guṇaiḥ

  • by the Supreme Personality of Godhead’s modes of material nature — SB 6.16.9

ātma-māyām

ātma-māyayā

ātma-medhasā

ātma-moham

  • bewilderment regarding the existence of the soul — SB 6.4.31
  • illusion of the self — Madhya 6.108
  • the illusion of the body as the self — SB 4.7.44

ātma-mohanāt

  • which was covering the process of self-realization — SB 8.22.16

ātma-moṣam

  • which covers the constitutional position of the living entity — SB 5.11.17

ātma-mukhyān

  • the confidential ministers of Bali Mahārāja — SB 8.20.24

ātma-mūlaḥ

  • self-sufficient, having no other cause — SB 8.3.4

ātma-mūlam

ātma-mūlāya

  • who are the original source of everything — SB 8.3.13

ātma-naipuṇya-mṛdita-kaṣāyaḥ

  • freed from all lust and anger by his expertise in such thinking — SB 5.7.6

ātma-nāśam

  • forgetfulness of one’s own constitutional position — SB 9.19.20

ātma-nigamam

  • exactly according to the ritualistic ceremonies of the VedasSB 9.24.66

ātma-nikṣepa

ātma-nindā

ātma-nindā kaila

ātma-nirveśa-mātreṇa

  • as soon as He entered (between the two trees) — SB 10.10.26

ātma-nivedana

ātma-nivedanam

  • dedicating everything (body, mind and soul) for the service of the Lord — Madhya 9.259-260
  • surrendering everything, whatever one has — SB 7.5.23-24

ātma-niyamaḥ

  • the daily duties of washing, chanting other mantras and so on, according to one’s practice — SB 8.16.28

ātma-niyamāḥ

  • his personal activities for taking care of his body — SB 5.8.8

ātma-para-buddhiḥ

  • the conception of one’s own and another’s — SB 7.9.31

ātma-parīpsayā

  • to protect himself by expanding — SB 3.22.2

ātma-paryanta

ātma-pātaḥ

ātma-pātam

  • the place where spiritual culture or self-realization is stopped — SB 7.5.5

ātma-patha

ātma-pathaḥ

ātma-pavitratā

ātma-prabhavam

ātma-pradaḥ

ātma-pradam

ātma-pradīpāya

  • unto Him who is self-effulgent or who gives enlightenment to the living entities — SB 8.3.10

ātma-prajñaptaye

  • to disseminate transcendental knowledge — SB 3.25.1

ātma-prasādaḥ

ātma-prasvāpanam

  • which had covered the mahat-tattvaSB 3.26.20

ātma-pratyavamarśena

ātma-pratyayena

  • by assuming me to be like himself — SB 5.8.16

ātma-priya-suhṛdaḥ

  • who have accepted You as the Supersoul, dearmost lover and friend — SB 6.9.39

ātma-rajaḥ

  • the sinful infection of the heart — SB 6.3.33

ātma-rāma-gurubhiḥ

  • by those who are self-satisfied and who are considered to be spiritual masters of the world — SB 8.7.33

ātmā-rāmera mana

ātma-rateḥ

ātma-ratiḥ

ātma-ripoḥ

  • who are the traditional enemy of the family — SB 8.22.11

ātma-ruciḥ

ātma-ruddhāni

ātma-sa-tattvam

  • the actual constitutional position of the soul — SB 5.13.24

ātma-śabde

ātmā-śabde

ātma-sadṛśa

ātma-sahacaraḥ

  • having the Supersoul as the only constant companion (no one should think of being alone) — SB 5.8.31

ātma-śaktiḥ

ātma-śaktim

ātma-śaktiṣu

ātma-śaktyā

ātma-sama

ātma-sama jñāna

ātma-sama mānoṅ

ātma-samādhi

  • transcendental self-realization — SB 3.5.47

ātma-samādhi-rūpeṇa

ātma-samādhinā

ātma-samāḥ

ātma-śamalam

ātma-samam

ātma-samām

ātma-samāna

ātma-samānānām

ātma-samarpaṇa

ātma-samarpaṇam

ātma-sambhāvanaḥ

ātma-sambhāvanena

ātma-sambhāvitāḥ

ātma-saṁśraye

ātma-saṁstham

ātma-saṁstutiḥ

ātma-saṁvidaḥ

ātma-sāmyam

ātma-saṁyama

ātma-saṁyamane

ātma-sandarśana

ātma-sargam

ātma-sātha

ātma-śaucam

ātma-śaucena

ātma-sauhṛdam

ātma-śīlam

ātma-smṛti

ātma-smṛti nāhi

  • there was no bodily consciousness — Antya 5.65

ātma-snapanam

ātma-sneha

  • of affection due to a relationship — SB 6.16.12

ātma-sphūrti nāhi

ātma-sṛṣṭaiḥ

ātma-sṛṣṭi

ātma-sthaḥ

ātma-sthaiḥ

  • situated in His own energy — Ādi 5.87
  • which are situated in His own energy — Ādi 2.55

ātma-stham

ātma-suhṛdaḥ

ātma-sukha

ātma-sukha-duḥkhe

  • in personal happiness or distress — Ādi 4.174

ātma-sukhāya

  • for personal satisfaction by such pastimes — SB 7.9.13

ātma-sukhera

ātma-svarūpeṇa

  • by His expansion as the Supersoul — SB 5.11.13-14
  • by His original constitutional position as the Supersoul — SB 7.6.20-23

ātma-tamase

  • the illusory energy of Your Lordship — SB 8.17.9

ātma-tantraḥ

ātma-tantram

ātma-tantrasya

  • being self-sufficient, not dependent on any other person — SB 6.3.17
  • of Lord Śiva, who is self-dependent — SB 4.6.7

ātma-tantre

ātma-tanum

ātma-tattva

ātma-tattva-vidām

  • of the learned scholars who are aware of the spiritual science — SB 5.10.19

ātma-tattva-vyūhena

  • by expansions of Himself in the quadruple forms Vāsudeva, Saṅkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha — SB 5.17.14

ātma-tattvam

ātma-tattvān

ātma-tejaḥ

ātma-trāṇam

ātma-tṛptaḥ

ātma-tulya

ātma-tulyaḥ

  • exactly like his personal interest — SB 4.22.62

ātma-tulyaiḥ

ātma-tulyam

ātma-tulyāni

ātma-tulyeṣu

ātma-upajīvana

  • which are considered necessary to maintain body and soul together — SB 5.14.8

ātma-upalambhanam

ātma-upaśama

ātma-vāde

ātma-vairūpya

ātma-vaiśasam

ātma-vān

ātma-vañcanā

ātma-vañcitaiḥ

ātma-vantam

ātma-vartma

ātma-vaśa

ātma-vastunaḥ

  • everything belongs to You, but You are outside and inside of everything — SB 10.3.15-17

ātma-vaśyaiḥ

ātma-vat

ātma-vataḥ

  • of one who had become perfectly situated on the transcendental platform — SB 5.8.29

ātma-vatām

  • interested in self-realization — SB 3.25.12
  • of all living entities — SB 7.3.30
  • of great devotees who have achieved perfection — SB 5.8.29
  • of self-realized persons like Sanaka and Sanātana — SB 5.24.21
  • of the transcendentalists — SB 4.22.16
  • unto persons interested in self-realization — SB 5.19.9

ātma-vatsakān

  • the calves belonging to His own personal friends — SB 10.13.14

ātma-vattve

ātma-vibhūtayaḥ

ātma-vidaḥ

ātma-vidām

ātma-vidyā

ātma-vidyā-viśāradaḥ

ātma-vidyā-viśāradāḥ

ātma-vidyām

ātma-vidyām ākhyāya

  • after instructing many people about self-realization — SB 5.15.4

ātma-vidyayā

ātma-vidyāyām

ātma-vihāraiḥ ca

  • enjoying Himself by Himself in different ways — SB 10.13.20

ātma-vimocane

ātma-vimokṣaṇe

ātma-vinigrahaḥ

ātma-viparyāsaḥ

ātma-viparyayaḥ

  • the foolish understanding that one is the body — SB 10.4.20
  • upset about self-identification — SB 3.7.10

ātma-vīryeṇa

ātma-viṣāṇe

ātma-viśodhanāya

  • who purifies us of material contamination — SB 5.18.2

ātma-viśuddhi-artham

ātma-vit

ātma-vṛkṣasya

ātma-vṛndaiḥ

ātma-vṛttam

ātma-vṛtti

ātma-vṛttiḥ

  • food for maintenance of the body — SB 5.2.13

ātma-vyatirikte

ātma-yājī

  • one who is eager for self-realization — SB 7.15.55

ātma-yāthārthyaḥ

  • right knowledge of one’s own self — SB 1.12.28

ātma-yoga

ātma-yoga-māyayā

ātma-yoga-patayaḥ

  • the masters of self-realization by devotional service — SB 4.22.48

ātma-yoga-samādhinā

ātma-yogaḥ

ātma-yogaiḥ

ātma-yogāt

ātma-yogena

  • by the devotional service of the Lord — SB 5.20.2

ātma-yone

ātma-yoneḥ

ātma-yoni

ātma-yoniḥ

ātma-yonim

ātma-yoninā

abhinna-ātmā

  • without being disturbed in body or mind — SB 8.22.1

ābhṛta-ātmā

  • one who is fully self-controlled — SB 4.8.56

adhvara-ātmā

  • the supreme enjoyer of all sacrifices, the yajña-puruṣaSB 5.15.12

adīna-ātmā

ādṛta-ātmā

ajita-ātmā

  • one who cannot control his senses — SB 8.19.24

akhila-ātma

akhila-devatā-ātmā

andhīkṛta-ātmā

  • made blind to self-realization — SB 7.5.33

antaḥ-ātmā

antaḥ-ātmā-rūpe

anukampita-ātmā

artha-ātma-gatayaḥ

  • all other means of perfection (namely religion, economic development, sense gratification and liberation) — SB 5.17.3

asakta-ātmā

  • one who is not so attached — Bg. 5.21

asat-jita-ātmā

  • whose mind is not attracted to the material pleasure of life — SB 5.13.20

asmṛta-ātmā

asura-ātma-jāḥ

ati-ātma-pa-durga-mārgaḥ

  • escaping their caretakers because of increased affection for the calves, although the way was very rough and hard — SB 10.13.30

ati-dharma-ātmā

atiśaya-ātma-buddhibhiḥ

  • by those whose intelligence has become fixed — SB 5.18.37

ātura-ātmā

avabodhaḥ ātmā

  • in spite of having different incarnations, You remain the Supreme, full of knowledge — SB 10.2.29

avahita-ātmā

ayam ātmā

bhūta-ātmā

  • having a body of matter — SB 2.8.9
  • the Supersoul in all beings — SB 3.29.21
  • the Supersoul of all living entities (the supreme director and enjoyer of them) — SB 6.16.51
  • the Supersoul of all living entities — SB 4.11.26

bhūta-ātma-bhūtāḥ

  • those who are equal to all living entities — SB 8.3.7

brahma-ātmā

brahma-ātma-anubhavaḥ

  • perception of his own position as the Supreme Spirit — SB 5.15.7

brahma-ātma-jādiṣu

  • and the sons of Lord Brahmā (such as Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanat and Sanātana) — SB 7.14.35

cākṣuṣa-ātma-jāḥ

cara-acara-ātmā

  • Kṛṣṇa, the all-pervading Supersoul — SB 10.6.8

citta-ātmā

daitya-ātma-jā

daitya-ātma-jasya

  • of Prahlāda Mahārāja, the son of the demon — SB 7.10.47

daiva-bhūta-ātma

  • all due to the body, supernatural power and other living beings — SB 1.10.6

daiva-karma-ātma-rūpiṇaḥ

  • of the gigantic form of transcendental work, time and nature — SB 3.6.35

deha-ādi-ātma-bhāva

  • the false bodily concept of life — SB 5.9.20

deha-ātma-ja-ādiṣu

  • for the sake of one’s personal body or family, etc., with reference to the body — SB 8.9.29

deha-ātma-māninām

  • of those who foolishly take the body to be the self — SB 5.14.1

devatā-ātmā

dharma-ātmā

dhauta-ātmā

  • whose heart has been cleansed — SB 2.8.6

durvitarkya-ātma-karmaṇe

  • unto You, who perform inconceivable activities — SB 8.5.50

dvija-ātma-jaḥ

dvija-ātma-jāḥ

gṛhīta-ātmā

  • whose mind was fully attracted — SB 7.4.37

guṇa-traya-ātmā

  • consisting of the three modes — SB 3.32.9

ijya-ātma

  • the soul of all worshipable deities — SB 1.17.34

jita-ātma

  • one who has conquered his mind — SB 4.8.20

jita-ātmā

jīva-ātma

jīva-ātmā

jīva-bhūta-ātma-bhūte

  • who is the life and the Supersoul — SB 5.24.19

kailā ātma-samarpaṇa

kalā-ātma-vattva-ādi

  • of being a direct incarnation of the Lord — SB 5.15.6

kalila-ātmā

kāma-ātmā

krodhavaśā-ātma-jāḥ

kṛṣṇera ātma-svarūpa

kuṇapa-ātma-vādiṣu

  • among those who have accepted the dead body as the self — SB 4.4.13

labdha-ātmā

mahā-ātmā

  • expanded intelligence — SB 3.14.48
  • great soul — SB 4.12.14
  • the great soul (who refrained from striking Indra with the club when he saw Indra morose and aggrieved) — SB 6.11.12

mātṛ-svasṛ-ātma-jau

  • the sons of the mother’s sister — SB 7.1.46

nibhṛta-ātmā

nija-ātma

nirjita-ātma

  • as one who has controlled his senses — SB 6.17.10

nirjita-ātmā

  • who fully controlled his mind and self — SB 6.8.18

nivedita-ātmā

niveśita-ātmā

niyata-ātmā

nṛpa-ātma-je

pāpa-ātmā

para-ātma

para-ātmā

para-ātma-darśanaḥ

  • realization of the Supreme Soul (spiritual knowledge) — SB 7.9.6

para-ātma-niṣṭhā-mātra

  • only for the determination to serve Kṛṣṇa — Madhya 3.8

para-ātma-niṣṭhām

  • devotion to the Supreme Person, Kṛṣṇa — Madhya 3.6

para-avara-ātma-āśrayaṇam

  • the shelter of all living entities, low and high — SB 8.7.27

parama-ātmā

prahṛṣṭa-ātmā

  • being pleased in his body, mind and soul — SB 6.4.40

praṇata-ātma

prasanna-ātmā

praśānta-ātmā

pratibuddha-ātmā

  • being fully aware of spiritual knowledge — SB 6.16.15

prativārya ātma-vatsapaiḥ

  • again He Himself was represented as the cowherd boys controlling and commanding the calves — SB 10.13.20

pratyak-ātma

prīta-ātmā

prīti-svabhāva-ātmā

  • whose heart is by nature always full of love — SB 3.21.12

rudra-ātmā

sadā ātma-sthaiḥ

  • by those who are situated in eternity — SB 1.11.38

sagara-ātma-jaiḥ

saha-ātma-jā

samāhita-ātmā

sāndra-ātmā

saṅgata-ātmā

  • fully absorbed in thought of Me — SB 4.8.82

saṅkṣipta-ātma-vibhūtaye

  • unto the Lord, who had expanded His personal opulence but had now reduced His size to the Vāmana form — SB 8.21.5

śānta-ātmā

sarva-ātmā

sarva-ātma-bhāvam

  • all different varieties of devotional service — SB 9.4.21

sarva-bhūta-ātma-bhāvena

  • by a merciful attitude toward all living entities — SB 9.5.11

sarva-bhūta-ātma-bhūtam

sarva-bhūta-suhṛt-ātmā

  • who was thus the friend of all living entities — SB 5.10.8

sarva-śarīrī ātmā

  • the Supersoul of all living entities — SB 6.19.13

sarvabhuta-ātmabhūta-ātmā

  • compassionate to all living entities — Bg. 5.7

sarvasva-ātma-nivedane

śāstra-guru-ātma-rūpe

  • in the form of Vedic literature, the spiritual master and the Supersoul — Madhya 20.123

ṣaṭ-ātmā

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

ṣoḍaśa-ātmā

  • the chief of the sixteen material elements (the five gross elements, the ten senses and the mind) — SB 5.11.5

sva-ātma

sva-ātma-arpaṇam

  • the full surrendering of one’s self — SB 7.6.26

sva-ātma-lābha-adhigamaḥ

  • who has achieved knowledge of the self — SB 5.9.9-10

sva-ātma-māyayā

sva-ātma-māyāyāḥ

sva-ātma-ratau

  • enjoying in His internal potency — SB 3.8.10

sva-ātma-vṛttam

  • the information of the history of self-realization — SB 7.13.45

sva-chanda-ātmā

svayam ātmā

  • Kṛṣṇa, who is personally the Supreme Soul, the Supersoul — SB 10.13.20

tat-ātma-jāḥ ca

  • and his children like Priyavrata, Uttānapāda, Devahūti, etc — SB 2.7.43-45

tat-tat-ātmā

  • as originally different individual souls — SB 10.13.21

tattva-ātma

trayī-ātmā

tri-bhuvana-ātma-bhavana

  • O Lord, You are the shelter of the three worlds because You are the Supersoul of the three worlds — SB 6.9.40

tṛpta-ātmā

upaśānta-ātmā

  • completely free from all material desires — SB 7.15.55

vaḍavā-ātma-jau

  • the sons of the wife known as Vaḍavā — SB 8.13.10

vihvala-ātmā

vijita-ātma

vijita-ātmā

vijñāna-ātmā

viṣaṇṇa-ātmā

viṣaya-ātma-keṣu

vismṛta-ātma-gatiḥ

  • having forgotten the knowledge of Viṣṇu — SB 4.2.23

viśuddha-ātmā

viśva-ātmā

yatā-atmā

yata-ātmā

yoga-yukta-ātmā

  • one who is dovetailed in Kṛṣṇa consciousness — Bg. 6.29

yukta-ātmā

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