|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 39: Akrūra's vision|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.39.49-50
bṛhat — large; kaṭi-taṭa — whose loins; śroṇi — and hips; karabha — like an elephant's trunk; ūru — of thighs; dvaya — a pair; anvitam — having; cāru — attractive; jānu-yugam — whose two knees; cāru — attractive; jańghā — of shanks; yugala — a pair; saḿyutam — having; tuńga — high; gulpha — whose ankles; aruṇa — reddish; nakha-vrāta — from whose toenails; dīdhitibhiḥ — with effulgent rays; vṛtam — surrounded; nava — soft; ańguli-ańguṣṭha — the two big toes and other toes; dalaiḥ — like flower petals; vilasat — glowing; pāda-pańkajam — whose lotus feet.
He had large loins and hips, thighs like an elephant's trunk, and shapely knees and shanks. His raised ankles reflected the brilliant effulgence emanating from the nails on His petallike toes, which beautified His lotus feet.
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