indra

indra bale

indra-ādayaḥ

  • and the demigods headed by Indra — SB 6.13.2
  • demigods headed by the heavenly king, Indra — SB 2.1.29
  • the demigods, headed by Indra — SB 8.10.53

indra-ādīnām

indra-ādiṣu

  • even among the demigods like the King of heaven — SB 5.24.18

indra-ari

indra-bhavane

indra-dattāyām

indra-dhanu

indra-dūtyā

indra-gaṇa

indra-gopam

indra-hā

  • killer of Indra, or follower of Indra — SB 6.18.45

indra-haṇam

indra-jyeṣṭhaiḥ

  • persons of whom King Indra is the eldest — SB 8.17.14

indra-nīla

indra-nīleṣu

indra-padam

indra-patnyā

indra-pradhānān

indra-priyam-karaḥ

indra-purīm

indra-sainikān

indra-sama

indra-śatro

indra-śatruḥ

indra-sāvarṇi

indra-sāvarṇiḥ

indra-sāvarṇye

indra-senā-agram

indra-senaḥ

  • Bali Mahārāja, who had obtained the soldiers of King Indra and who was situated in the post of Indra — SB 8.20.23
  • Bali Mahārāja, who now possessed all the military force of Indra — SB 8.22.13
  • Indrasena — SB 5.20.3-4

indra-spṛk

indra-sukha

  • the material happiness of the King of heaven, Indra — Antya 6.134

indra-upasaṁsṛṣṭaiḥ

  • created by the King of heaven, Indra — SB 4.19.36

indra-upendra-ādibhiḥ

  • with Indra, Upendra and the others — SB 4.2.18

indra-vāhaḥ

  • Indravāha (“he whose carrier is Indra”) — SB 9.6.12

indra-vat

indra-vāyu-ādīn

  • all the demigods, headed by Lord Indra and Vāyu — SB 8.5.19-20

indra-yoṣitām

  • of all the ladies protected by Indra — SB 8.15.23

aga-indra

ahi-indra

asura-indra

bhoja-indra

bhujaga-indra-prayuktayā

  • engaged by Vāsuki, the King of the serpents — SB 9.7.2

brahma-indra-ādyāḥ

brahma-indra-giriśa-ādayaḥ

  • headed by Lord Brahmā, King Indra and Lord Śiva — SB 7.8.37-39

daitya-indra

daitya-indra-anucaraiḥ

  • by the followers of Hiraṇyakaśipu, the King of the Daityas — SB 7.2.16

daitya-indra-tapasā

  • by the severe austerity performed by the King of the Daityas, Hiraṇyakaśipu — SB 7.3.6

deva-muni-indra-guhyam

dik-ibha-indra-paṭṭam

  • as the ornamental cloth covering the elephant that conquers the directions — SB 9.11.21

gopa-indra-nandana

  • the son of the King of the cowherd men — Madhya 2.55

ibha-indra

kapi-indra

kaurava-indra

khaga-indra

kosala-indra-anumoditaḥ

  • approved by the King of Kosala, Lord Rāmacandra — SB 9.10.29

kula-acala-indra

  • of the king of the mountains (Meru) — SB 3.23.39

mahā-indra

mahā-indra-bhavane

mahā-indra-mokṣam

mānava-indra

manuṣya-indra

mṛga-indra

mṛga-indra-līlām

  • pastimes as a lion and human being combined — SB 7.10.47

nara-indra

nṛ-mṛga-indra-rūpam

  • the form of both a man and the king of the beasts, the lion — SB 7.8.18

nṛpa-indra

paśupa-indra-nandana-juṣaḥ

patra-ratha-indra

plavaga-indra-sainyaiḥ

  • with the help of the soldiers of the monkeys — SB 9.10.12

rāja-indra

śrī-gopa-indra

sura-indra

uraga-indra

vānara-indra

  • of the great chiefs of the monkeys — SB 9.10.17

vraja-indra

vraja-indra-nandana

  • Kṛṣṇa, the son of the King of Vraja — Ādi 1.79-80

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