stha

madhya-stha mediators between belligerents; BG 6.9
sva-dharma-stha one who is faithful to his prescribed duty; SB 1.17.16
udara-stha situated within the abdomen; SB 3.9.21
stha you are; SB 4.24.30
stha you are; SB 5.20.23
pārśva-stha standing at her side; SB 10.33.13
stha you are living; SB 10.38.41
sva-sthā reinstated in your natural mood; SB 10.54.49
stha placed; SB 10.82.31
anta-stha and semivowels; SB 11.21.38-40
ātma-stha fixed in the true self; SB 11.28.31
sva-stha of those who are fixed in Him; SB 11.31.13
anta-stha as the semivowels; SB 12.6.43
hṛdi-stha sitting within their hearts; SB 12.6.47
taṭa-stha-ākhya known as marginal; CC Adi 2.103
taṭa-stha ha-iyā becoming impartial; CC Adi 4.44
taṭa-sthā-ākhya known as the marginal potency; CC Adi 5.45
madhya-stha as mediator; CC Madhya 5.82
su-stha hañā becoming steady; CC Madhya 8.29
taṭa-stha neutral; CC Madhya 8.83
taṭa-sthā marginal; CC Madhya 8.152
madhya-stha hañā becoming a mediator; CC Madhya 10.167
aṇḍa-antara-stha which are scattered throughout the universe; Bs 5.35