kṛte śuklaś catur-bāhur
kṛte—in the Satya-yuga; śuklaḥ—having a white color and bearing the name Śukla; catuḥ-bāhuḥ—having four arms; jaṭilaḥ—with a bunch of hair; valkala-ambaraḥ—wearing a garment made of tree bark; kṛṣṇa-ajina—black-colored antelope skin; upavīta—sacred thread; akṣān—a garland of beads for chanting; bibhrat—carried; daṇḍa-kamaṇḍalū—a rod and waterpot.
" 'In the Satya-yuga, the Lord appeared in a body colored white with four arms and matted hair. He wore tree bark and bore a black antelope skin. He wore a sacred thread and a garland of rudrākṣa beads. He carried a rod and a waterpot, and He was a brahmacārī.'
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