Canto 8: Withdrawal of the Cosmic CreationsChapter 8: The Churning of the Milk Ocean

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.8.33

pīta-vāsā mahoraskaḥ

sumṛṣṭa-maṇi-kuṇḍalaḥ

snigdha-kuñcita-keśānta-

subhagaḥ siḿha-vikramaḥ

amṛtāpūrṇa-kalasaḿ

bibhrad valaya-bhūṣitaḥ

SYNONYMS

pīta-vāsāḥ — wearing yellow garments; mahā-uraskaḥ — his chest very broad; su-mṛṣṭa-maṇi-kuṇḍalaḥ — whose earrings were well polished and made of pearls; snigdha — polished; kuñcita-keśa — curling hair; anta — at the end; su-bhagaḥ — separated and beautiful; siḿha-vikramaḥ — strong like a lion; amṛta — with nectar; āpūrṇa — filled to the top; kalasama jar; bibhrat — moving; valaya — with bangles; bhūṣitaḥ — decorated.

TRANSLATION

He was dressed in yellow garments and wore brightly polished earrings made of pearls. The tips of his hair were anointed with oil, and his chest was very broad. His body had all good features, he was stout and strong like a lion, and he was decorated with bangles. In his hand he carried a jug filled to the top with nectar.

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