ca

ca ananya-bhāvānām

  • and of the exclusive devotees — SB 1.7.25

ca añcati

ca antike

ca anyā

ca anyaiḥ

ca anye

ca anyeṣu

ca api

ca asmi

ca ātmanaḥ

ca bhagavat-parām

  • and a great devotee of the Lord — SB 4.1.43

ca eva

ca śarma

ca-i-marica

  • with black pepper and ca-i (a kind of spice) — Madhya 3.46

ca-idā

ca-kāra

ca-kāre

ca-kārera

ca-śabda

ca-śabde

abhyudaye ca karmaṇi

  • and in a sacrificial ceremony in which oblations are offered to the forefathers and demigods — SB 6.19.26-28

ādayaḥ ca

  • and the bachelors (Sanat-kumāra and his brothers) — SB 2.6.43-45

adhaḥ ca

adharmam ca

aditim ca

agnayaḥ ca

  • and the fires (at the places of sacrifice) — SB 10.3.1-5

agni-jvālā-ca ya

agniḥ ca

ahaḥ ca

aham ca

aindrīṁ ca

  • and to the quarters where Indra lives — SB 5.21.11

akṣṇoḥ ca

alpam ca

amīṣām ca

amṛtam ca

anaḥ ca

anasūyaḥ ca

aṅgam ca

anugrahaḥ ca

anyāḥ ca

anyaiḥ ca

anyān ca

anyat ca

api ca

apohanam ca

apsarasaḥ ca

apūri ca

ārāt ca

ārohantaḥ ca

asubhiḥ ca

aśvam ca

atha bṛhaspateḥ ca

ātma-vihāraiḥ ca

  • enjoying Himself by Himself in different ways — SB 10.13.20

ātmānam ca

ātmārāmāḥ ca

ātmārāmāḥ ca api

ātmārāmāḥ ca ātmārāmāḥ ca

ātmārāmāḥ ca munayaḥ ca

ātmārāmāḥ ca munayaḥ ca nirgranthāḥ ca bhajaya

  • the ātmārāmas, great sages and nirgranthas (the learned and the fools) are all eligible to engage in the transcendental loving service of the Lord — Madhya 24.303

ātmārāmāś ca

avyayām ca

āyuḥ ca

baddhaḥ ca

baddham ca

bahiḥ ca antaḥ

bāhu-kṣepam ca

bāla-grahāḥ ca

balam ca

bālam ca

bhautikānām ca

  • also of everything that is made of matter — SB 1.4.17-18

bhavaḥ ca

bhavataḥ ca

bhavatām ca

bhīṣmam ca

brāhmaṇān ca

brahmiṣṭhaḥ ca

bubhukṣitaḥ ca

citrarathaḥ ca

daityāḥ ca

daityānām ca

ḍākinyaḥ yātudhānyaḥ ca kuṣmāṇḍāḥ

damaḥ ca

dandaśūkāḥ ca

  • and animals whose bites are poisonous — SB 8.7.46

deha-yoga-viyogau ca

  • and this causes connections and separations among different bodies — SB 10.4.20

devāḥ ca

  • and all the demigods from the heavenly planets — SB 10.11.44

devahūtyām ca

  • and from the womb of Devahūti — SB 8.1.5

dhaniṣṭhā mūlam ca

  • and the stars named Dhaniṣṭhā and Mūlā — SB 5.23.6

dhanuḥ ca

dhruvaḥ ca

dhruvam ca

  • as well as the planet known as Dhruvaloka — SB 5.22.1

dhvajaḥ ca

dhyāyantaḥ ca

dīnān ca

diśaḥ ca

droṇam ca

dṛṣṭiḥ ca

druhyoḥ ca

  • of Druhyu, the third son of Yayāti — SB 9.23.14

durbhagān ca

dvāraḥ ca

dvāram ca

dyām ca

dyauḥ ca

eva ca

gāḥ ca

  • cows and persons engaged in protecting cows — SB 10.4.40

gajam ca

gām ca ānaya

gāvaḥ ca

ghrāṇam ca

giriśaḥ ca

gopīḥ ca

gopyaḥ ca

gṛhītam ca

gṛṇantaḥ ca

guṇebhyaḥ ca

hareḥ ca

hasantaḥ ca punaḥ daduḥ

  • when they saw the proprietor, they threw it farther away and enjoyed laughing, and when the owner sometimes cried, his bag was given to him again — SB 10.12.5

hāsayantaḥ ca

hayāḥ ca

hīnaḥ ca

idam ca

īhitam ca

  • and the different activities or endeavors — SB 8.12.11

itare ca

jagat ca yaḥ

japaḥ ca

  • the chanting mantra in this connection — SB 4.8.53

japantaḥ ca

jāta-kampam ca

  • as they were very nicely moving and quivering — SB 10.9.3

jayadratham ca

jayaḥ vijayaḥ prabalaḥ balaḥ kumudaḥ kumudākṣaḥ ca viṣvaksenaḥ

  • as well as Jaya, Vijaya, Prabala, Bala, Kumada, Kumudākṣa and Viṣvaksena — SB 8.21.16-17

jayantaḥ śrutadevaḥ ca puṣpadantaḥ atha sātvataḥ

  • Jayanta, Śrutadeva, Puṣpadanta and Sātvata — SB 8.21.16-17

jñāninām ca

  • and of the jñānīs, who try to be free from material contamination — SB 10.9.21

jñātibhiḥ ca

kabarīm ca

kāmam ca

kān ca

kanyāḥ ca

kanyāṁ ca

karaṇam ca

karma-arjitāḥ ca

  • whatever he achieved by his pious activities — SB 8.22.22

kasya ca

kathayantaḥ ca

kavacam ca

kaviḥ ca

keyūrābhyām ca bhūṣitām

  • decorated with all kinds of ornaments — SB 8.6.3-7

kham ca

khyātaḥ ca

kim ca

koṭiśaḥ ca

kratavaḥ ca

kṛṣṇa-ārāmāḥ ca

kṛṣṇam ca

kṛtam ca

kṣaṇam ca

kṣatravṛddhaḥ ca

kumāraḥ ca

kva ca

kvacit ca

latāḥ ca

madhyataḥ ca

  • also in the middle (the duration between the beginning and end) — SB 7.9.30

mahābhojaḥ ca

mām ca

manaḥ ca

manoḥ ca

  • as also of the pilgrimage site named Manu — SB 3.1.22

matam ca

mayaḥ ca

miśram ca

mokṣam ca

munayaḥ ca

na aśitam ca

na ca

na ca vyathe

nabhagam ca

nadāḥ ca

nadyaḥ ca

nagāḥ ca

nāgāḥ ca

naktam ca

namasyantaḥ ca

nanda-ādayaḥ ca

  • and the men, headed by Nanda Mahārāja — SB 10.7.8

naraḥ ca

naram ca eva

nirdaśān ca

  • and those who are just over ten days old — SB 10.4.31

niṣpāditaḥ ca

  • also the order is properly carried out — SB 4.22.43

niveditam ca

nṛtya-vāditra-gītaiḥ ca

  • by dancing, playing various musical instruments, and singing songs — SB 8.21.6-7

nṛtyantaḥ ca

pālān ca

  • and their caretakers, the cowherd boys — SB 10.13.17

param ca

param ca api

parīkṣiḥ sudhanuḥ jahnuḥ niṣadhaḥ ca

  • Parīkṣi, Sudhanu, Jahnu and Niṣadha — SB 9.22.4-5

paritoṣam ca

paulomāḥ kālakeyāḥ ca

pavamānam ca

plavantaḥ ca

prabhāvaḥ ca

prācyakān ca

  • on the eastern side (of India) — SB 9.23.6

prahrādam eva ca

prakāśaḥ ca

prakāśam ca

prakṛteḥ ca

  • as well as of the officers and ministers — SB 6.14.52

pramāṇam ca

prasenaḥ ca

pravṛttim ca

pṛṣadhraḥ ca

pṛṣadhram ca

pūjayantaḥ ca

pulomām kālakām ca

punaḥ ca

puram ca

  • and the body, society, nation, family or place of nativity — SB 5.11.9

purāṇam ca

pūrṇimānam ca

pūrveṇa ca

rajaḥ tamaḥ ca

  • by representing the modes of passion and ignorance — SB 7.9.37

rājanyaḥ ca

rāmaḥ ca

rāmaḥ ca kṛṣṇaḥ ca

rāmaḥ kṛṣṇaḥ ca

rāmam ca

ramamāṇāḥ ca

  • enjoyed life and increased their affection for Kṛṣṇa — SB 10.11.58

ramyake ca

rantidevaḥ ca

romapādam ca

ṛṣayaḥ ca

ṛṣīn ca

ṛtvigbhyaḥ ca

  • and to the priests engaged by the spiritual master — SB 8.16.55

saḥ ca

saha-godhanāḥ ca

śakti-hrāsam ca

śalaḥ ca

sanat-kumāraḥ ca

  • and the four Kumāras (Sanaka, Sanātana, Sanat-kumāra and Sananda) — SB 9.4.57-59

saṅkarṣaṇāya ca

śapantaḥ ca

śarān ca

sarva-upakaraṇāni ca

  • then all sorts of necessities and whatever belongings they had — SB 10.11.31-32

sarvān ca

sattvam ca

satyam ca

sāyam ca

smārayaḥ ca

smṛtam ca

śrīḥ ca

stavaiḥ ca

strīṇām ca

striyaḥ ca

stūyamānaḥ ca

śucim ca

sudhīraḥ ca

śūrasenān ca

  • and the place known as Śūrasena — SB 10.1.27

surociḥ ca

sūryaḥ ca

suṣeṇam ca

śuśrūṣaṇam ca

sva-gaṇān ca

sva-janāya ca

  • and for maintaining one’s family members — SB 8.19.37

svām ca

svānām ca

  • of His own relatives, the gopīs and other intimate friends — SB 10.11.8

svayam ca

taijasaḥ ca

tam ca

tamaḥ ca

tāmasaḥ ca

tarūṣaḥ ca

tat ca

tat ca api

tat-ātma-jāḥ ca

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

tat-bandhūnām ca

  • as well as relatives of forefathers — SB 7.14.19

tat-mātṝṇām ca

  • of the mothers of the cowherd boys and calves — SB 10.13.18

tataḥ ca

tathā ca

  • similarly (just as Lord Śiva worships Saṅkarṣaṇa in Ilāvṛta-varṣa) — SB 5.18.1

tatratyāḥ ca

  • those who were in that place also — SB 10.12.5

teṣām ca

tirohitāḥ ca

tri-bhuvanam ca

turvasoḥ ca

  • of Turvasu, the second son of Mahārāja Yayāti — SB 9.23.16

tvam ca

upadevaḥ ca

upaniṣadbhiḥ ca

  • and by studying the Vedic knowledge of the UpaniṣadsSB 10.8.45

upaviśantaḥ ca

upavītam ca

upāyaiḥ ca

utpātāḥ ca

uttamaḥ ca

vadhaḥ ca

vādya-dharāḥ ca

vaikuṇṭhaḥ ca

vaimānikāḥ ca

  • human beings who can travel everywhere in outer space by airplane — SB 8.23.26-27

vāmanatvāt ca

vaṁśa-anucaritāni ca

  • and their dynasties and characteristics — SB 9.1.4

varāhāḥ ca

vasudevaḥ ca

vasudevam ca

vayam ca

vedāḥ ca

vedyam ca

vibhavam ca

vidyādhara-apsarobhiḥ ca

  • and by the Vidyādharas and Apsarās — SB 6.7.2-8

vidyādharyaḥ ca

  • and the Vidyādharīs, another group of inhabitants of the heavenly planets — SB 10.3.6

vikurvantaḥ ca

vimalaḥ ca

viraktaḥ ca

  • completely renounced order of life — SB 4.8.61

viśvagam ca

viśvedevaiḥ ca

vividhāḥ ca

vratānām ca

vṛddhaḥ ca

yaḥ ca

yaḥ ca asmi

yaḥ ca iha

yajñaḥ ca

yamunā-pulināni ca

yat ca

yatantaḥ ca

yogam ca

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