kaṅkaṇa—of His bangles; aṅgada—and armlets; vibhūṣaṇa—which were the ornaments; āyata—long; sthūla—and stout; vṛtta—rounded; vilasat—shining; catuḥ-bhujam—four arms; pīta—yellow; paṭṭa—silk; vasana—of garments; dvaya—with a pair; añcitam— wrapped; cāru—beautiful; kuṇḍala—with earrings; kapola—cheeks; maṇḍalam—round.
67. His four shining arms, long and well built, enhanced the beauty of His bangles and armlets. Two yellow silk garments dressed His body, and charming earrings set off His rounded cheeks.
Commentary: Lord Nārāyaṇa’s arms appear like the shining bodies of celestial serpents. His dhotī and upper cloth are yellow like the rays of the sun.
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