avarta-nabhim vali-valgudaram ca
nigudha—covered; jatrum—collarbone; prthu—broad; tunga—swollen; vaksasam—chest; avarta—whirled; nabhim—navel; vali-valgu—striped; udaram—abdomen; ca—also; dik-ambaram—dressed by all directions (naked); vaktra—curled; vikirna—scattered; kesam—hair; pralamba—elongated; bahum—hands; su-amara-uttama—the best among the gods (Krsna); abham—hue.
His collarbone was fleshy, his chest broad and thick, his navel deep and his abdomen beautifully striped. His arms were long, and curly hair was strewn over his beautiful face. He was naked, and the hue of his body reflected that of Lord Krsna.
His bodily features indicate him to be different from common men. All the signs described in connection with the bodily features of Sukadeva Gosvami are uncommon symptoms, typical of great personalities, according to physiognomical calculations. His bodily hue resembled that of Lord Krsna, who is the Supreme among the gods, demigods and all living beings.
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