panca

pañca five; BG 13.6-7
pañca five; BG 18.13
pañca five; BG 18.15
pañca five; SB 1.6.8
pāñca-bhautikaḥ body made of five material elements; SB 1.6.28
pañca five; SB 1.8.12
pāñca-bhautikaḥ made of the five elements; SB 1.13.46
pañca five; SB 1.15.22-23
pañca five; SB 1.17.40
pañca the five; SB 2.9.17
pañca five; SB 3.2.2
pañca-jana the region of the departed souls; SB 3.3.2
pañca five; SB 3.10.23
pañca five; SB 3.11.7
daśa pañca fifteen; SB 3.11.7
daśa pañca fifteen; SB 3.11.8
pañca-daśa fifteen; SB 3.11.10
pañca five; SB 3.12.56
pañca-parvāṇam five varieties; SB 3.20.18
pañca five; SB 3.26.12
pañca-viṃśakaḥ the twenty-fifth; SB 3.26.15
pañca-rātreṇa by the fifth night; SB 3.31.2
pañca-bhūta five gross elements; SB 3.31.14
pañca-vidhaḥ the five material elements; SB 3.32.29
pañca five; SB 4.1.61
pañca-vidham five; SB 4.7.41
pañca-varṣaḥ although the boy is five years old; SB 4.8.65
pañca-varṣaḥ five years old; SB 4.11.28
pañca-varṣaḥ five years old; SB 4.12.23
pañca-varṣaḥ at the age of five years; SB 4.12.42
ṣaṭ-pañca-varṣaḥ five or six years old; SB 4.12.43
pañca-ātmakam five elements; SB 4.22.26
pañca five; SB 4.22.53
pañca-tapāḥ five kinds of heating; SB 4.23.6
pañca five; SB 4.25.21
pañca five; SB 4.25.46
pañca-aśvam five horses; SB 4.26.1-3
pañca five; SB 4.26.1-3
pañca five; SB 4.26.1-3
pañca five; SB 4.26.1-3
pañca five; SB 4.26.1-3
pañca-ārāmam five gardens; SB 4.28.56
pañca five; SB 4.28.56
pañca five; SB 4.28.56
pañca five; SB 4.28.57
pañca-vṛttiḥ having five processes; SB 4.29.6
pañca five; SB 4.29.7
pañca five; SB 4.29.9
pañca five; SB 4.29.18-20
pañca five; SB 4.29.18-20
pañca five; SB 4.29.18-20
pañca-vidham the five sense objects; SB 4.29.74
pañca five; SB 5.7.2
pañca five; SB 5.11.9
pañca five; SB 5.16.22
pañca five; SB 5.16.22
pañca-viṃśatiḥ twenty-five; SB 5.20.43
pañca five; SB 5.24.31
pañca-yajñaḥ the five kinds of sacrifice; SB 5.26.18
pañca-mukhāḥ having five hoods; SB 5.26.33
pañca the five objects of the senses (sound, form, touch, aroma and taste); SB 6.1.50
pañca-pañca of five multiplied by five (twenty-five); SB 6.5.6-8
pañca-pañca of five multiplied by five (twenty-five); SB 6.5.6-8
pañca-viṃśati twenty-five; SB 6.5.17
pañca-ṣaṭ-dhā five or six years; SB 7.1.37
pañca-hāyanaḥ only five years old; SB 7.5.36
pañca-viṃśa O twenty-fifth principle (the controller of the other twenty-four elements); SB 7.8.52
pañca five; SB 7.15.12
pañca five; SB 8.7.29
pañca five different varieties of products from the cow, namely milk, yogurt, clarified butter, cow dung and cow urine; SB 8.8.11
pañca-daśabhiḥ with fifteen; SB 8.11.23
pañca-viṃśatiḥ twenty-five; SB 9.6.5
pañca-sahasra-sargaḥ procreation of five thousand; SB 9.6.52
pañca five; SB 9.14.33
pañca-śateṣu five hundred; SB 9.15.33
pañca-śatāni five hundred; SB 9.17.12
pañca-pañcāśatā fifty-five; SB 9.20.23
pañca five sons; SB 9.21.30
pañca five; SB 9.22.26
pañca five; SB 9.23.27
pañca five; SB 9.23.34
pañca-ṣaṣṭiḥ sixty-five; SB 9.24.9
pañca five; SB 9.24.27
pañca five; SB 9.24.38
pañca-vidhaḥ consisting of five senses for acquiring knowledge (the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and touch); SB 10.2.27
pañca-ṣāsu five or six; SB 10.13.28
catuḥ-pañca four or five; SB 10.37.29
pañca-viṃśatim twenty-five; SB 10.43.8
pañca five; SB 10.52.21
pañca-śirāḥ five-headed; SB 10.59.6
pañca-śatāni five hundred; SB 10.63.18
pañca five; SB 10.76.18-19
pañca-apsarasam the lake of the five Apsarās; SB 10.79.18
pañca-dhātubhiḥ (created) by the five gross elements (earth, water, fire, air and ether); SB 11.3.4
pañca-viṃśa by twenty-five; SB 11.6.25
pañca five; SB 11.12.22-23
pañca five; SB 11.12.22-23
pañca of five elements; SB 11.13.23
pañca-agnīn five fires (the overhead sun and fires burning on four sides); SB 11.18.4
pañca five; SB 11.19.14
pañca the five; SB 11.21.5
pañca plus five (the subtle forms of the sense objects); SB 11.22.1-3
pañca-viṃśatim twenty-five; SB 11.22.1-3
pañca five; SB 11.22.19
pañca five; SB 11.22.20
pañca pañca in groups of five; SB 11.22.22
pañca pañca in groups of five; SB 11.22.22
pañca five; SB 11.22.23
pañca-bhāginaḥ the deities of the five prescribed household sacrifices; SB 11.23.9
pañca-varṇam consisting of the five material elements; SB 11.28.37
pañca five; SB 12.1.3
pañca five; SB 12.1.19
pañca-daśa-uttaram plus fifty; SB 12.2.26
pañca plus five; SB 12.6.74
pañca-śatāni five hundred; SB 12.6.78
pañca-vidham fivefold; SB 12.7.9-10
pañca-mukham having five heads (sight, sound, smell, touch and taste); SB 12.8.25
pañca-ūna-ṣaṣṭi five less than sixty; SB 12.13.4-9
pañca-viṃśati twenty-five; SB 12.13.4-9
daśa-pañca-catuḥ-śatam fifteen thousand four hundred; SB 12.13.4-9
pañca-śatāni five hundred (verses); SB 12.13.4-9
pañca-tattva-ātmakam comprehending the five transcendental subject matters; CC Adi 1.14
pañca the fifth; CC Adi 1.26
pañca śloke in five verses; CC Adi 1.27
pañca-tattvera of the Pañca-tattva; CC Adi 1.28
pañca-śloke in five verses; CC Adi 5.3
pañca-rūpa dhari' accepting five bodies; CC Adi 5.8
pañca śloke in five verses; CC Adi 6.3
pañca-tattvera of the five truths; CC Adi 6.119
pañca-tattva these five tattvas; CC Adi 7.4
pañca-tattva the same five subjects; CC Adi 7.4
pañca-tattva the five subjects; CC Adi 7.5
pañca-tattva-ātmakam comprehending the five transcendental subject matters; CC Adi 7.6
pañca-tattva five truths; CC Adi 7.20-21
pāñca five; CC Adi 7.27
pañca-jane the five members of the Pañca-tattva; CC Adi 7.28
pañca five; CC Adi 7.34
pañca-tattva-rūpe the Lord in His five forms; CC Adi 7.163
pañca-tattvera of the Pañca-tattva; CC Adi 7.168
pañca five; CC Adi 10.132
pañca five; CC Adi 10.134
pañca-dīrghaḥ five large; CC Adi 14.15
pañca-sūkṣmaḥ five fine; CC Adi 14.15
pañca five; CC Adi 16.54
pañca five; CC Adi 16.54
pañca five; CC Adi 16.68
ei pañca-doṣe by the above-mentioned five faults; CC Adi 16.68
pañca five; CC Adi 16.72
pañca five; CC Adi 16.74
pañca five; CC Adi 16.74
pañca five; CC Adi 16.84
pañca five; CC Adi 16.84
pañca five; CC Adi 17.164
pāńca-sāta five or seven; CC Adi 17.203
pañca-tattvera of the five tattvas (truths); CC Adi 17.320
pañca-tattva the five tattvas; CC Adi 17.320
pañca-prabandhe in five chapters; CC Adi 17.329
pañca-rasera of five transcendental mellows; CC Adi 17.329
pañca-dina continuously for five days; CC Madhya 1.151
dina pāńca-sāta five or seven days; CC Madhya 1.232
pāńca five; CC Madhya 2.22
pañca-vidha five kinds of; CC Madhya 3.46
pāńca-chaya five or six; CC Madhya 3.49
pañca-grāsa five morsels; CC Madhya 3.76
pañca-gavya in five kinds of products from the cow; CC Madhya 4.61
pañca-amṛte in a preparation made with five palatable foods; CC Madhya 4.61
janā-pāńca five brāhmaṇas; CC Madhya 4.69
janā pāńca-sāta five to seven men; CC Madhya 4.71
pañca five pots; CC Madhya 4.206
pañca-kṣīra five pots of sweet rice; CC Madhya 4.207
pañca-jane to five men; CC Madhya 4.207
pañca-parakāra of five different varieties; CC Madhya 6.266
pañca vṛtti five meanings; CC Madhya 6.275
dina pāńca five days; CC Madhya 7.54
pāńca-sāta five or seven; CC Madhya 8.51-52
pañca five; CC Madhya 8.85
pañca all five; CC Madhya 8.87
pāńca-bāṇa five arrows of Cupid; CC Madhya 8.194
pañca-vidha mukti five kinds of liberation; CC Madhya 9.257
pañca-vidha five kinds of; CC Madhya 9.267
pañca-apsarā-tīrthe to Pañcāpsarā-tīrtha; CC Madhya 9.279
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 9.293
pāńca-sāta dine five to seven days; CC Madhya 9.329
pañca-pāṇḍava five Pāṇḍavas; CC Madhya 10.53
pañca-putra five sons; CC Madhya 10.53
pañca-putra five sons; CC Madhya 10.55
dina-pāńca-sāta five or seven days; CC Madhya 10.59
kṛṣṇa-rāsa-pañca-adhyāya the five chapters in the Tenth Canto of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam in which Lord Kṛṣṇa's pastimes of the rāsa dance are described; CC Madhya 11.56
pāńca-sāta five or seven men; CC Madhya 11.108
pañca-śata loka five hundred men; CC Madhya 12.154-155
pañca-daśa dina fifteen days; CC Madhya 13.23
pañca-jana five persons; CC Madhya 13.36
pāńca-sāta five or seven; CC Madhya 14.37
pāńca-sāta five to seven different kinds; CC Madhya 15.54-55
pāńca gaṇḍā kari' at the price of five gaṇḍās; CC Madhya 15.70
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 15.73
pañca-mukha five-faced; CC Madhya 15.118
dina pañca-daśa fifteen days; CC Madhya 15.190
pāńca-dina to five days; CC Madhya 15.192
pāñca-dina for five days; CC Madhya 15.192
pāńca-dina five days; CC Madhya 15.194
pāńca chaya five or six kinds; CC Madhya 15.214
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 16.111
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 16.177
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 16.226
pañca five; CC Madhya 16.229
pāńca-chaya jane five or six men; CC Madhya 16.276
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Madhya 17.37
pāńca-sāta jana five or seven persons; CC Madhya 17.58
pañca parakāra five categories; CC Madhya 19.183-184
pañca five; CC Madhya 19.183-184
pañca five; CC Madhya 19.183-184
pañca five; CC Madhya 19.185
pañca-vidha-bhakte in five kinds of devotees; CC Madhya 19.187
pañca-rasa five direct transcendental mellows; CC Madhya 19.188
pañca guṇa five kinds of transcendental qualities; CC Madhya 19.232
pañca all five qualities; CC Madhya 19.233
pāńca-sāta five days or at the most a week; CC Madhya 19.251
pāńca sahasra five thousand; CC Madhya 20.8
pañca-sahasra calliśa 5,040 avatāras; CC Madhya 20.321
pañca-lakṣa 500,000; CC Madhya 20.322
pañca-śara of Cupid, the master of the five arrows of the senses; CC Madhya 21.107
ei pañca ańga these five limbs; CC Madhya 22.129
pañca parakāra five varieties; CC Madhya 23.45
ei pañca these five kinds of transcendental mellows; CC Madhya 23.46
pañca rasa five kinds of transcendental mellows; CC Madhya 23.46
pañca-vidha rasa five kinds of mellows; CC Madhya 23.53
pañca-guṇāḥ five qualities; CC Madhya 23.78
pañca five; CC Madhya 23.79-81
pañca-vidhā-ākāra five varieties; CC Madhya 24.28
pañca ātmārāma five kinds of ātmārāmas; CC Madhya 24.149
pañca five; CC Madhya 24.193
pañca-madhye out of the five; CC Madhya 24.194
pañca five; CC Madhya 24.334
pañca-kāla five times; CC Madhya 24.334
pañca-tattva-ākhyāne in describing the glories of the Pañca-tattva (Śrī Kṛṣṇa Caitanya, Prabhu Nityānanda, Śrī Advaita, Gadādhara and Śrīvāsa); CC Madhya 25.16
pañca-nade snāna kari' taking His bath in the Ganges, called the Pañca-nada; CC Madhya 25.60
pañca-bhūta the five material elements; CC Madhya 25.125
dina pañca five days; CC Madhya 25.177
bhakta pañca jana five devotees; CC Madhya 25.178
pañca jana these five persons; CC Madhya 25.179
pāńca chaya five or six; CC Madhya 25.204
pañca-viṃśe in the Twenty-fifth Chapter; CC Madhya 25.261
pañca-viṃśati paricchede in the Twenty-fifth Chapter; CC Madhya 25.262
pañca-mukha five-mouthed; CC Antya 1.105
kārya pāńca-sāta five to seven different purposes; CC Antya 2.169
pañca-mukhe as if speaking with five mouths; CC Antya 3.175
pāńca sāte five or seven; CC Antya 6.56
pañca-daśa fifteen; CC Antya 6.151
pañca five; CC Antya 6.151
pañca-daśa-krośa about thirty miles; CC Antya 6.174
pañca dine for five days; CC Antya 6.213
pāńca-gaṇḍāra vyañjana vegetables costing five gaṇḍās (one gaṇḍā equals four kauḍis); CC Antya 8.53
pāńca-gaṇḍāra vyañjana vegetables worth only five gaṇḍās; CC Antya 8.57-58
pāńca-gaṇḍāra of five gaṇḍās; CC Antya 9.40
pañca-putra-sahite with five sons; CC Antya 9.128
pañca-pāṇḍave the five Pāṇḍavas; CC Antya 9.131
pañca-jana five persons; CC Antya 9.140
tumi pañca you five; CC Antya 9.141
pañca-mukha as if possessing five mouths; CC Antya 11.51
pañca-janāra of five men; CC Antya 11.82
dina pāńca-sāta five to seven days; CC Antya 12.77
pañca-indriya five senses; CC Antya 14.49
hāta pāńca-chaya five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half); CC Antya 14.64
pañca-guṇa five attributes; CC Antya 15.8
pañca-guṇe five attributes; CC Antya 15.8
pañca-indriya of the five senses; CC Antya 15.8
pañca-dike in five directions; CC Antya 15.9
pañca-guṇa the five attributes; CC Antya 15.9
pañca-indriyāṇi the five senses; CC Antya 15.14
pañca-jana five men; CC Antya 15.15
pañca all five; CC Antya 15.15
pāńca-dike in five directions; CC Antya 15.15
pañca-indriya-gaṇa five senses of perception; CC Antya 15.16
pāńca five men; CC Antya 15.17
pāńca dike in five directions; CC Antya 15.17
pāńca five; CC Antya 15.18
pāńca-sāta five to seven; CC Antya 18.52
pañca-roga-pīḍā-vyākula always disturbed by five kinds of disease; CC Antya 20.94
pañca-indriya-ākarṣaṇa the attraction of the five senses; CC Antya 20.127
pañca-ślokīm five ślokas; Bs 5.57