murti

mūrti representation; SB 1.5.38
mūrti-dharāḥ personified; SB 1.19.23
mūrti-matyaḥ accepting forms; SB 8.8.10
mūrti-madbhiḥ assuming some form; SB 10.13.51
mūrti-madbhiḥ possessing form; SB 10.13.53
bahu-mūrti having many forms; SB 10.40.7
mūrti-mān incarnate; SB 10.43.17
mūrti-mān assuming a personal form; SB 10.66.32-33
mūrti personal forms; SB 10.89.54-56
mūrti-dharāḥ in the personified form; SB 11.17.5-6
mūrti personal forms; SB 11.29.7
mūrti-madbhiḥ personified; SB 11.30.28-32
mūrti-mantam personified; SB 12.8.23
mūrtī the two personal forms; SB 12.8.41
mūrti-vyūhaḥ the expansion of personal forms; SB 12.11.21
bhāva-mūrti the form of the emotions; CC Adi 4.106
mūrti the form; CC Adi 4.222
prati-mūrti counterform; CC Adi 5.73
bahu-mūrti hañā taking multifarious forms; CC Adi 5.94
mūrti-bheda different forms; CC Adi 5.124
śrī-mūrti-nikaṭe by the side of the Deity; CC Adi 5.168
ananta mūrti unlimited forms; CC Adi 6.9
dvi-mūrti ha-iyā taking two forms; CC Adi 6.14-15
mūrti form; CC Adi 7.148
śrī-mūrti Deity; CC Adi 10.90
divya-mūrti brilliant forms; CC Adi 13.83
mūrti form; CC Adi 13.104
mūrti hañā taking His transcendental form; CC Adi 14.9
mūrti-matyā having accepted such a body; CC Adi 16.3
mūrti form; CC Adi 17.106
mūrti form; CC Adi 17.286
mūrti the form; CC Adi 17.287
mūrti form; CC Adi 17.290
īśvara-mūrti original form as the Lord; CC Madhya 1.101
mūrti Deity; CC Madhya 5.93
mūrti in the form; CC Madhya 5.94
eka-mūrti one form; CC Madhya 5.135
mūrti the form; CC Madhya 6.174
mūrti-dhara Kṛṣṇa, the personified reservoir of all pleasure; CC Madhya 8.143
mūrti-mān embodied; CC Madhya 8.144
mūrti form; CC Madhya 8.274
mūrti the Deity; CC Madhya 9.17
mūrti Deity; CC Madhya 9.64
vilāsa-mūrti form for enjoyment; CC Madhya 9.142
catur-bhuja-mūrti four-handed form; CC Madhya 9.149
cit-ānanda-mūrti spiritual blissful form; CC Madhya 9.191
viṣṇu-mūrti the Deity of Lord Viṣṇu; CC Madhya 9.221
kṛṣṇa-mūrti dekhi' seeing the Deity of Lord Kṛṣṇa; CC Madhya 9.249
catur-bhuja-mūrti four-armed form; CC Madhya 10.33
eka mūrti one form; CC Madhya 13.64
bahu-mūrti many forms; CC Madhya 13.64
sei mūrti exactly that same form; CC Madhya 14.235
daśa-mūrti hañā expanding into ten forms; CC Madhya 14.251
deva-mūrti deities; CC Madhya 18.59
mūrti haya there are deities; CC Madhya 18.59
tina mūrti the three deities; CC Madhya 18.61
gopa-mūrti the cowherd boy; CC Madhya 20.166
bahu-vidha mūrti many forms; CC Madhya 20.168
mūrti-bheda difference of form; CC Madhya 20.172
bahu-mūrti having many forms; CC Madhya 20.173
mūrti forms; CC Madhya 20.191
mūrti forms; CC Madhya 20.194
vāsudevera mūrti the expansions of Vāsudeva; CC Madhya 20.195
sańkarṣaṇera mūrti the expansions of Sańkarṣaṇa; CC Madhya 20.196
pradyumnera mūrti expansions of the form of Pradyumna; CC Madhya 20.197
aniruddhera mūrti expansions of Aniruddha; CC Madhya 20.197
vilāsa-mūrti pastime forms; CC Madhya 20.203
ei cabbiśa mūrti all of these twenty-four forms; CC Madhya 20.207
mūrti forms; CC Madhya 20.217
mūrti forms; CC Madhya 20.223
viṣṇu-mūrti Lord Viṣṇu; CC Madhya 20.229
nava-mūrti nine forms; CC Madhya 20.241
yei mūrti which form of the Lord; CC Madhya 20.263
īśvara-mūrti form of the Lord; CC Madhya 20.263
bahu mūrti hañā becoming many forms; CC Madhya 20.284
mūrti form; CC Madhya 20.334
tata mūrti so many forms; CC Madhya 21.71
śrī-mūrti-lakṣaṇa characteristics of the Deity; CC Madhya 24.335
kṛṣṇa-mūrti-daraśana visiting the Deity in the temple; CC Madhya 24.335
śrī-mūrti the Deity; CC Madhya 24.343
nṛsiṃha-mūrti Deity of Lord Nṛsiṃha; CC Antya 16.50
akrūra-mūrti dhari' taking the form of Akrūra; CC Antya 19.49
trayī-mūrti-mayī the mother of the three Vedas; Bs 5.27