jita

jita-anilaḥ

jita-āsanā

  • having controlled the sitting posture — SB 4.4.25

jita-āsanaḥ

  • controlled sitting posture — SB 2.1.23
  • one who has controlled the sitting posture — SB 1.13.54

jita-āsanān

  • who conquered the yogic āsana, or sitting posture — SB 4.31.3

jita-aśeṣam

  • who became the proprietor of all the worlds — SB 8.6.29

jita-asuḥ

jita-ātma

  • one who has conquered his mind — SB 4.8.20

jita-ātmā

jita-ātmabhiḥ

  • who have completely controlled the senses — SB 6.16.34

jita-ātmanaḥ

  • of one who has conquered his mind — Bg. 6.7
  • one who has conquered the senses — SB 7.8.10

jita-indriya

jita-indriyaḥ

jita-indriyāḥ

  • who have overcome the influence of the senses — SB 1.10.23

jita-indriyasya

  • for one who has already conquered the senses — SB 5.1.17

jita-klamaḥ

  • by extinguishing material desires — SB 2.2.19

jita-prabhām

  • the personification of beauty was conquered — SB 8.15.21

jita-prāṇaḥ

jita-saṅgaḥ

jita-ṣaṭ-guṇānām

  • who have conquered the influence of the six kinds of material whips — SB 5.1.35

jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ

  • conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind) — SB 5.11.15

jita-śvāsa

jita-śvāsaḥ

  • and still controlling the breathing — SB 4.8.76
  • by regulating the breathing air — SB 2.1.17
  • controlled breathing process — SB 2.1.23
  • controlling the breathing process — SB 4.8.75
  • one who has controlled the breathing process — SB 1.13.54

jita-śvāsasya

asat-jita-ātmā

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

viśva-jitā

  • by the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 3.19.26

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