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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.5.21
kṛte śuklaś catur-bāhur
kṛte — in Satya-yuga; śuklaḥ — white; catuḥ-bāhuḥ — having four arms; jaṭilaḥ — with matted locks; valkala-ambaraḥ — wearing a garment of tree bark; kṛṣṇa-ajina — a black deerskin; upavīta — a brāhmaṇa's sacred thread; akṣān — prayer beads made of akṣa seeds; bibhrat — carrying; danda — a rod; kamaṇḍalū — and waterpot.
In Satya-yuga the Lord is white and four-armed, has matted locks and wears a garment of tree bark. He carries a black deerskin, a sacred thread, prayer beads and the rod and waterpot of a brahmacārī.
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