vat

āścarya-vat as amazing; BG 2.29
āścarya-vat as amazing; BG 2.29
āścarya-vat similarly amazing; BG 2.29
āditya-vat like the rising sun; BG 5.16
śatru-vat as an enemy; BG 6.6
bala-vat strong; BG 6.34
anta-vat perishable; BG 7.23
udāsīna-vat as neutral; BG 9.9
udāsīna-vat as if neutral; BG 14.22-25
doṣa-vat as an evil; BG 18.3
yathā-vat as they are; BG 18.19
kṛtsna-vat as all in all; BG 18.22
atattva-artha-vat without knowledge of reality; BG 18.22
ayathā-vat imperfectly; BG 18.31
vidhi-vat with the same respect as offered to Vidhi (Brahmā); SB 1.4.33
vahni-vat like fire; SB 1.7.30
paśu-vat like an animal; SB 1.7.42
pitṛ-vat exactly like his father; SB 1.12.4
vidhi-vat in due form; SB 1.13.5
deva-vat just like a godly personality; SB 1.13.14
gṛha-pāla-vat like a household dog; SB 1.13.23
abhīru-vat without fear; SB 1.14.12
piśāca-vat just like an urchin; SB 1.15.43
anātha-vat appearing to be bereft of their owner; SB 1.17.1
naṭa-vat like a theatrical player; SB 1.17.5
avivarūtha-vat like lambs; SB 1.18.43
vat like; SB 1.19.1
kara-āmalaka-vat just like a walnut within your grip; SB 2.5.3
hara-vat like that of Hara (Mahādeva); SB 2.7.24
pūrva-vat exactly like before; SB 2.9.39
pitṛ-vat like a father; SB 3.1.27
ahi-vat like a cobra; SB 3.1.37
pūrva-vat as before; SB 3.9.22
khinna-vat as if tired; SB 3.9.26
parama-aṇu-vat like atoms; SB 3.11.41
ātma-vat like yourselves; SB 3.15.32
ali-vat like bees; SB 3.15.49
tulasi-vat like the tulasī leaves; SB 3.15.49
ātmaja-vat like a son; SB 3.16.11
sańgīta-vat like singing; SB 3.17.10
rodana-vat like wailing; SB 3.17.10
nīca-vat like a lowborn man; SB 3.17.27
bāla-vat like a child; SB 3.18.24
krīḍana-vat like a plaything; SB 3.19.32
kapāṭa-vat having doors; SB 3.23.18
apūrva-vat unprecedentedly; SB 3.23.36-37
dhanada-vat like Kuvera; SB 3.23.39
viśeṣa-vat possessing differentiation; SB 3.26.10
naṣṭa-vat as lost; SB 3.27.15
sukha-vat as happiness; SB 3.30.9
pūrva-vat as before; SB 3.31.32
daṇḍa-vat like a rod; SB 4.1.24
unmatta-vat like a madman; SB 4.2.14-15
pūrva-vat like before; SB 4.6.51
sampanna-vat like having merged; SB 4.7.35
arka-vat like the sun; SB 4.8.38
vibhāvasu-vat just like fire; SB 4.9.7
vat like; SB 4.9.20-21
anta-vat perishable; SB 4.9.31
deva-vat like the demigods; SB 4.9.60
paśu-vat like animals; SB 4.11.10
loha-vat like iron; SB 4.11.17
sūrya-vat like the sun-god; SB 4.16.6
indra-vat like King Indra; SB 4.16.8
vidūra-vat as if far away; SB 4.16.11
pitṛ-vat like a father; SB 4.16.17
ātma-vat as himself; SB 4.16.18
ūrjaḥ-vat nourishing; SB 4.18.9-10
artha-vat vacaḥ the prayers, which were full of meaning; SB 4.20.34
guṇa-vat fittingly; SB 4.21.8
vidhi-vat according to the instructions of the śāstra; SB 4.22.4
vat like; SB 4.22.39
vat like; SB 4.22.52
sūrya-vat like the sun-god; SB 4.22.56
manu-vat like Svāyambhuva Manu; SB 4.22.61
dhana-vat rich; SB 4.23.33
artha-vat with clear meaning; SB 4.24.16
muni-vat like a sage; SB 4.25.28
adhīra-vat being too impatient; SB 4.25.32
dīna-vat like a poor man; SB 4.25.57-61
dīna-vat like a poverty-stricken creature; SB 4.26.15
paśu-vat like an animal; SB 4.28.23
vat like; SB 4.29.54
vat like; SB 4.29.54
vat like; SB 4.29.54
dṛṣṭa-vat like direct experience; SB 4.29.2b
navya-vat ever-increasingly fresh; SB 4.30.20
chidra-vat like the sky; SB 4.31.20
aurasa-vat as if they were his sons; SB 5.2.1
jaḍa-vat as if stunned; SB 5.2.6
itara-vat like an ordinary person; SB 5.3.9
viparīta-vat just like the opposite; SB 5.4.14
vat like; SB 5.5.29
jaḍa-vat as if stupid; SB 5.6.6
vat exactly like; SB 5.7.4
itara-vat like others; SB 5.8.27
amṛta-vat like nectar; SB 5.9.11
go-khara-vat like a cow or an ass; SB 5.10.1
pūrva-vat as before; SB 5.10.6
ādi-anta-vat everything material has a beginning and an end; SB 5.10.11
jaḍa-vat like a dunce; SB 5.10.13
jaḍa-vat appearing like a deaf and dumb man; SB 5.10.18
nirvṛta-vat exactly like a person who has achieved success; SB 5.13.7
durga-adhva-vat like a path that is very difficult to traverse; SB 5.14.1
śmaśāna-vat aśivatamāyām like an inauspicious cemetery or place of burial; SB 5.14.1
uraṇaka-vat like a lamb; SB 5.14.3
svana-vat exactly like intolerable sounds; SB 5.14.11
viṣa-uda-pāna-vat like wells with poisonous water; SB 5.14.12
skhalana-vat like jumping; SB 5.14.13
dāva-vat exactly like a blazing fire in the forest; SB 5.14.15
andha-vat like illusion; SB 5.14.21
druma-vat like trees (as monkeys jump from one tree to another, the conditioned soul transmigrates from one body to another); SB 5.14.32
mala-vat like stool; SB 5.14.43
pūrvaja-vat like his other brothers; SB 5.20.31
taila-yantra-cakra-vat like the wheel of an oil-pressing machine; SB 5.21.13
taila-yantra-akṣa-vat like the axle of an oil-pressing machine; SB 5.21.14
nakṣatra-vat like one of the stars; SB 5.24.1
aṇu-vat just like an atom; SB 5.25.12
nīca-vat like the most abominable low-class person; SB 6.2.28
ota-vat like the rope; SB 6.3.12
daṇḍa-vat like a stick; SB 6.4.40
ku-bhārya-vat exactly like a person who has a polluted wife; SB 6.5.15
pūrva-vat as he had done previously; SB 6.5.29
pūrva-vat like before; SB 6.5.34
daṇḍa-vat like a stick; SB 6.9.29-30
deva-datta-vat like an ordinary human being, forced by the fruits of his activities; SB 6.9.35
pūrva-vat as before; SB 6.10.26
anātha-vat as if no one were there to protect them; SB 6.11.2-3
graha-ulka-vat like a falling star; SB 6.12.3
vidhi-vat according to the rules and regulations for receiving exalted guests; SB 6.14.15
bāla-vat like a boy; SB 6.15.6
udāsīna-vat exactly like a neutral man; SB 6.16.11
vidhi-vat according to prescribed regulations; SB 6.16.16
vyoma-vat like the sky; SB 6.16.23
vat like; SB 6.17.30
artha-vat meaningful; SB 6.18.22
daṇḍa-vat like a stick; SB 6.19.10
pūrva-vat as previously; SB 6.19.22
vidhi-vat according to the injunctions of śāstra; SB 6.19.25
ātma-vat like the Supersoul; SB 7.4.31-32
dāsa-vat like a menial servant; SB 7.4.31-32
pitṛ-vat exactly like a father; SB 7.4.31-32
bhrātṛ-vat exactly like a brother; SB 7.4.31-32
jaḍa-vat as if dull, without activities; SB 7.4.37
dāsa-vat like a servant; SB 7.5.35
āmaya-vat like a disease; SB 7.5.37
chidra-vat just like the space; SB 7.7.38
abhīta-vat without fear; SB 7.8.6
paśu-vat exactly like an animal; SB 7.8.46
vasukāla-vat like the quality of being the earth and, beyond that, the subtle element of the earth (smell); SB 7.9.31
vaṭa-vat like the great banyan tree; SB 7.9.33
kaṇḍūti-vat if one can learn from such itching; SB 7.9.45
agni-vat a fire; SB 7.11.33-34
dāsa-vat very humbly, like a slave; SB 7.12.1
praviṣṭa-vat also entered; SB 7.12.15
bāla-vat like a boy; SB 7.13.10
mūka-vat like a dumb man; SB 7.13.10
vidhi-vat in terms of the rules and regulations of etiquette; SB 7.13.15
arka-vat as the sun; SB 7.13.22
prāṇa-artha-vat for one who has life or money; SB 7.13.33
madhu-vat as good as honey ("money is honey"); SB 7.13.36
graha-vat as if haunted by a ghost; SB 7.13.41
svapna-vat like a dream; SB 7.14.3-4
rakta-vat as if very much attached; SB 7.14.5
putra-vat like the sons; SB 7.14.9
vidhi-vat according to the directions of the spiritual master and the śāstras; SB 7.15.5
adharma-vat accepting them as irreligious; SB 7.15.12
kuñjara-śauca-vat like the bath of an elephant in a lake; SB 7.15.26
bhasma-vat or ashes; SB 7.15.37
vat like; SB 7.15.63
kīcaka-veṇu-vetra-vat with plants and creepers of different names; SB 8.2.20
vat like; SB 8.6.20
naṭa-vat like a cheater or rogue; SB 8.11.4
ghaṇṭā-vat bound with bells; SB 8.11.30
kṛpaṇa-vat like a poor man; SB 8.15.1-2
havya-vāṭ worshipable fire; SB 8.15.8-9
rūpa-vat well decorated; SB 8.15.17
anātha-vat as if she had no protector; SB 8.16.1
pūrva-vat as prescribed previously; SB 8.16.46
ati-guṇa-vat prepared very gorgeously with all varieties of taste; SB 8.16.51-52
daṇḍa-vat falling like a rod; SB 8.17.5
kṛta-kṛtya-vat thinking herself very successful; SB 8.17.21
kṛtānta-vat just like death personified; SB 8.19.8
pūrva-vat like before; SB 8.22.14
loṣṭra-vat as insignificant as a piece of stone; SB 9.4.17
tat-vat like his father; SB 9.9.2
akṛta-artha-vat being unsatisfied, poor and hungry; SB 9.9.26-27
anātha-vat exactly like a woman who has no protector; SB 9.9.33
vṛka-vat like a tiger; SB 9.10.11
kṛpaṇa-vat as if a very distressed person; SB 9.10.11
śva-vat like a dog who takes food from the kitchen in the absence of the proprietor; SB 9.10.22
yathā-vat in a befitting way; SB 9.10.44
vidhi-vat according to regulative principles; SB 9.10.48
pitṛ-vat exactly like a father; SB 9.10.50
unmatta-vat like a madman; SB 9.14.32
ārta-vat very aggrieved; SB 9.16.14
dāsa-vat acting as a slave; SB 9.18.29
agraja-vat like your older brothers; SB 9.18.42
yathā-vat as required; SB 9.18.45
pitṛ-vat exactly like a father; SB 9.18.46
svapna-vat like a dream; SB 9.21.17
pūrva-vat like before; SB 10.3.52
pūrva-vat like before; SB 10.4.1
dīna-dīna-vat very piteously, like a poor woman; SB 10.4.7
vidhi-vat according to the Vedic regulations; SB summary
koṣa-paricchada-asi-vat like a sharp sword within a soft sheath; SB 10.6.9
pūrva-vat as the handcart had been situated before; SB 10.7.12
giri-kūṭa-vat appearing like the weight of a mountain peak; SB 10.7.18
prabhīta-vat then again being afraid of them; SB 10.8.22
yathā-vat as perfectly as one can perceive; SB 10.8.41
bhīta-vat as if very much afraid; SB 10.9.9
bāla-vat exactly like a human child; SB 10.11.7
dāru-yantra-vat like a wooden doll; SB 10.11.7
agni-vat like fire; SB 10.11.50
vīraṇa-vat like the grass called vīraṇa (as it is bifurcated); SB 10.11.51
patańga-vat like flies; SB 10.11.56
śvāsa-vat bhāti paśyata just see how it resembles his breath; SB 10.12.23
antaḥ-āmiṣa-gandha-vat is like the fleshy smell coming out from within; SB 10.12.23
baka-vat like Bakāsura; SB 10.12.24
navya-vat as if newer and newer; SB 10.13.2
giraḥ ańga-vat voices exactly like theirs; SB 10.13.19
puraḥ-vat like before; SB 10.13.25
apūrva-vat as it had not been previously; SB 10.13.26
puraḥ-vat just as previously; SB 10.13.40
tamaḥ-vat just as darkness; SB 10.13.45
pareta-vat just like a dead man; SB 10.13.58
ātma-vat in the same way as the soul; SB 10.14.53
bhīta-vat acting as if afraid; SB 10.15.13
grāmya-vat like a village personality; SB 10.15.19
vāṭ carrying; SB 10.18.26
pūrva-vat as previously; SB 10.22.7
krīḍana-vat just like toy dolls; SB 10.22.22
daṇḍa-vat like sticks; SB 10.23.5
ari-vat just like an enemy; SB 10.24.5
ātma-vat like one's own self; SB 10.24.5
pūrva-vat as originally; SB 10.25.28
unmattaka-vat like madwomen; SB 10.30.4
ākāśa-vat like the sky; SB 10.30.4
vat as if; SB 10.34.25
mṛgendra-vat like a lion; SB 10.37.1-2
daṇḍa-vat flat like a rod; SB 10.38.34
vidhi-vat in accordance with scriptural injunctions; SB 10.38.37-38
vat just like; SB 10.39.21
vidhi-vat in accordance with scriptural injunction; SB 10.39.40
vat involving; SB 10.44.6
bala-abala-vat between strong and weak; SB 10.44.7
vat like; SB 10.45.22
yathā-vat properly; SB 10.45.26
svapna-vat like a dream; SB 10.47.32
vidhi-vat according to scriptural injunctions; SB 10.48.13-14
yathā-vat appropriately; SB 10.49.3
sādhu-vat like a saintly person; SB 10.51.10
bhīta-vat as if frightened; SB 10.52.8
gomāyu-vat like a jackal; SB 10.52.39
vidhi-vat according to prescribed rituals; SB 10.53.10
vidhi-vat according to scriptural prescriptions; SB 10.53.33
dhvāńkṣa-vat like a crow; SB 10.54.25
ajña-vat like an ignorant person; SB 10.54.42
vidhi-vat in accordance with the injunctions of the Vedas; SB 10.54.53
bhīta-vat afraid; SB 10.56.21
bala-vat with those who are powerful; SB 10.56.40-42
vat as if; SB 10.57.6
vat like; SB 10.57.6
vidhi-vat in accordance with scriptural injunctions; SB 10.57.25
vidhi-vat in accordance with Vedic prescriptions; SB 10.58.47
vidhi-vat in accordance with Vedic injunctions; SB 10.65.4-6
vidhi-vat according to scriptural injunctions; SB 10.68.17
vidhi-vat according to scriptural injunctions; SB 10.70.34
vat as if; SB 10.70.47
yathā-vat accurately; SB 10.71.20
anta-vat having an end; SB 10.73.21
vidhi-vat according to the prescriptions of the Vedas; SB 10.74.16
vidhi-vat according to scriptural injunctions; SB 10.74.47
vat as if; SB 10.75.37
vat like; SB 10.76.22
siṃha-vat like a lion; SB 10.78.7
artha-vat sensible; SB 10.79.28
vat like; SB 10.81.18
parjanya-vat like a cloud; SB 10.81.34
vidhi-vat in accordance with scriptural injunctions; SB 10.82.10
gagana-vat like a cloud; SB 10.85.20
anala-vat like fire; SB 10.87.19
vat as; SB 10.87.22
vat like; SB 10.87.31
vinīta-vat in a humble manner; SB 10.88.27-28
vat as; SB 10.90.14
vinīta-vat acting as if humble; SB 11.1.13-15
unmāda-vat like a madman; SB 11.2.40
prati-patnī-vat just like an envious co wife; SB 11.6.12
bāla-vat like a child; SB 11.7.26
piśāca-vat like a ghostly creature; SB 11.7.28
vāyu-vat like the wind; SB 11.7.40
tat-vat in the same way; SB 11.7.43
agni-vat like the fire; SB 11.7.45
patatri-vat like this bird; SB 11.7.73
khaga-vat like the bird of this story; SB 11.7.74
patańga-vat just like the moth; SB 11.8.7
patańga-vat like the moth; SB 11.8.8
bāla-vat like a child; SB 11.9.3
dṛṣṭa-vat just like that which we have already seen; SB 11.10.21
kṛṣi-vat like agriculture; SB 11.10.21
deva-vat like a god; SB 11.10.23
jaḍa-vat just like a stunted person; SB 11.11.17
dāsa-vat being like a servant; SB 11.11.34-41
ardha-vat like half; SB 11.12.11
yat-vat just like; SB 11.12.20
vat just like; SB 11.13.8
bisa-ūrṇa-vat like the fiber running up the lotus stalk; SB 11.14.34
ṣaṭ-ańghri-vat like the bee, who easily moves from one flower to another; SB 11.15.23
havya-vāṭ the carrier of oblations, the fire-god Agni; SB 11.16.13
ambu-vat like water; SB 11.16.43
nīca-vat as a humble servant; SB 11.17.29
dṛṣṭa-vat just like that which is already experienced; SB 11.17.52
atithi-vat just like a guest; SB 11.17.54
pūrva-vat as previously, in the gṛhastha-āśrama; SB 11.18.8
bālaka-vat like a child (oblivious to honor and dishonor); SB 11.18.29
jaḍa-vat like a stunted person; SB 11.18.29
unmatta-vat like an insane person; SB 11.18.29
paśu-vat like an animal; SB 11.18.31
dṛṣṭa-vat just like that already experienced; SB 11.19.18
samudra-vat like the ocean; SB 11.21.36
baka-vat just like a duck; SB 11.23.38-39
guṇa-vat-tamaḥ being the ultimate abode of these modes; SB 11.24.22-27
andha-vat just like another blind man; SB 11.26.3
unmatta-vat like a madman; SB 11.26.5
unmatta-vat like a madman; SB 11.26.10
khara-vat just like an ass; SB 11.26.11
go-khara-vat like a bullock or an ass; SB 11.26.13
yathā-vat in a suitable manner; SB 11.27.6
yathā-vat appropriately; SB 11.27.20
daṇḍa-vat falling down on the ground like a rod; SB 11.27.45
sūrya-vat just like the sun; SB 11.28.8
ādi-anta-vat having a beginning and an end; SB 11.28.9
agni-vat like fire; SB 11.28.11
dāru-vat like firewood; SB 11.28.11
daṇḍa-vat falling down like a rod; SB 11.29.16
bhṛńga-vat like a bee; SB 11.29.49
yathā-vat as prescribed in the Vedas; SB 11.31.22
pūrva-vat just as previously; SB 12.2.38
piṇḍa-vat like a ball; SB 12.4.10
saṃsupta-vat like one who is fast asleep; SB 12.4.20-21
śūnya-vat like a void; SB 12.4.20-21
ādi-anta-vat which has a beginning and an end; SB 12.4.23
ādi-anta-vat subject to beginning and end; SB 12.4.28
ātma-vat remaining as it is, without change; SB 12.4.29
deha-vat like the body; SB 12.5.2
vat like; SB 12.5.3
daṇḍa-vat just like a stick; SB 12.8.35
vat like; SB 12.9.15
pūrva-vat as previously; SB 12.9.34
unmāda-vat like a madman; CC Adi 7.94
alańkāra-vat with ornaments (metaphors, similes, etc.); CC Adi 16.71
punar-ukta-vat of repetition of the same word; CC Adi 16.73
daṇḍa-vat like a stick; CC Madhya 3.140
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Madhya 8.8
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Madhya 8.10
daṇḍa-vat like a rod; CC Madhya 8.19
pūrva-vat as done previously; CC Madhya 9.8
unmāda-vat like a madman; CC Madhya 9.262
daṇḍa-vat flat like rods; CC Madhya 10.48
daṇḍa-vat hailā fell flat to offer obeisances; CC Madhya 10.118
dviṣat-vat like an enemy; CC Madhya 10.145
sva-citta-vat like His own heart; CC Madhya 12.1
acetana-vat almost unconscious; CC Madhya 14.134
vat as if; CC Madhya 14.197
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Madhya 14.245
pūrva-vat as in the previous year; CC Madhya 16.48
pūrva-vat as in the previous year; CC Madhya 16.49
pūrva-vat as in the previous year; CC Madhya 16.54
pūrva-vat as in the previous year; CC Madhya 16.69
daṇḍa-vat like rods; CC Madhya 19.46
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Madhya 20.348
vat like; CC Madhya 22.163
vat like; CC Madhya 22.163
mala-vat like stool; CC Madhya 23.25
unmāda-vat like a madman; CC Madhya 23.41
avikāra-vat without change; CC Madhya 24.72
rāmāḥ iti-vat in this way, by one rāma, many rāmas are indicated; CC Madhya 24.151
pūrva-vat as mentioned above; CC Madhya 24.162
duḥkha-vat exactly like unhappiness or distress; CC Madhya 24.169
paḍe daṇḍa-vat hañā falls down flat like a rod; CC Madhya 24.271
unmattaka-vat like those who have become mad; CC Madhya 25.130
ākāśa-vat like the sky; CC Madhya 25.130
unmāda-vat like a madman; CC Madhya 25.141
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Madhya 25.223
unmāda-vat like a madman; CC Antya 3.179
mala-vat like stool; CC Antya 6.137
pūrva-vat as formerly; CC Antya 6.242
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 7.3
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 7.72
pūrva-vat as before; CC Antya 8.83
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 10.104
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 10.104
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 10.105
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 12.42
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 12.43
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 12.61
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 12.61
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 13.119
pūrva-vat as before; CC Antya 15.58
pūrva-vat as before; CC Antya 15.59
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 16.4
pūrva-vat as previously; CC Antya 18.8
vat like; NBS 52