darsanah

sama-darśanaḥ seeing equally; BG 6.29
tulya-darśanāḥ impartial by nature; SB 1.5.24
darśanaḥ one who has seen; SB 1.5.38
apriya-darśanaḥ everything appears unfavorable; SB 1.15.6
deva-darśanaḥ one whose audience is as good as that of any demigod; SB 2.8.1
darśanaḥ one who has such a vision of life; SB 2.9.8
darśanaḥ one who can see all time; SB 3.12.39
darśanaḥ one who can see; SB 3.20.28
darśanaḥ conceptions of life; SB 3.27.10
sama-darśanaḥ equipoised; SB 4.13.7
darśanaḥ whose vision; SB 4.20.10
sama-darśanaḥ equipoised; SB 4.28.37
bhāgavata-dharma-darśanāḥ authorized preachers of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; SB 5.4.11-12
cāru-darśanāḥ extremely beautiful to see; SB 6.2.31
amogha-darśanaḥ whose glance is all-auspicious; SB 6.5.32
cāru-darśanāḥ very, very beautiful; SB 6.6.33-36
ghora-darśanaḥ appearing very fearful; SB 6.9.12
samañjasa-darśanaḥ not deprived of full spiritual potencies; SB 6.9.35
sarva-darśanaḥ who is aware of everything; SB 6.18.22
para-ātma-darśanaḥ realization of the Supreme Soul (spiritual knowledge); SB 7.9.6
priya-darśanaḥ very beautiful to see; SB 7.15.70
kṛṣṇa-darśanaḥ black-looking; SB 9.4.6
pāra-darśanāḥ they have seen the end of all knowledge; SB 9.4.57-59
sama-darśanāḥ who are equal to everyone; SB 9.4.66
ghora-darśanāḥ very fierce looking; SB 10.11.56
sarva-darśanaḥ the omniscient; SB 10.18.18
sarva-darśanaḥ the omniscient Personality of Godhead; SB 10.24.2
darśanaḥ being seen again; SB 10.29.2
darśanaḥ to see; SB 10.34.11
deva-darśanaḥ whose vision is godly; SB 10.36.16
su-darśanāḥ auspicious to see; SB 10.38.14
darśanaḥ whose appearance; SB 10.47.1-2
darśanaḥ the seer; SB 10.48.1
darśanāḥ whose appearance; SB 10.58.58
darśanaḥ whose appearance; SB 10.70.22
amogha-darśanaḥ the Supreme Lord, whose vision is infallible; SB 10.72.41
darśanāḥ the perception; SB 10.85.55-56
amogha-darśanāḥ O you whose vision is never bewildered; SB 11.1.13-15
darśanāḥ in appearance; SB 11.4.12
sama-darśanaḥ with equal vision everywhere; SB 11.18.20
pāra-darśanaḥ the seer of the opposite shore; SB 12.8.1