TEXT 17
sūkṣma-vakrāsita-snigdha-
mūrdhajaḥ kambu-kandharaḥ
mahā-dhane dukūlāgrye
paridhāyopavīya ca
SYNONYMS
sūkṣma—very fine; vakra—curly; asita—black; snigdha—slick; mūrdhajaḥ—hair on the head; kambu—like a conch; kandharaḥ—neck; mahā-dhane—very valuable; dukūla-agrye—dressed with a dhotī; paridhāya—on the upper portion of the body; upavīya—placed like a sacred thread; ca—also.
TRANSLATION
The black, slick hair on his head was very fine and curly, and his neck, like a conchshell, was decorated with auspicious lines. He wore a very valuable dhotī, and there was a nice wrapper on the upper part of his body.

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