śyāmalas taruṇaḥ sragvī
dīrgha—long; pīvara—stout and strong; doḥ-daṇḍaḥ—the arms; kambu—like a conchshell; grīvaḥ—the neck; aruṇa-īkṣaṇaḥ—reddish eyes; śyāmalaḥ—blackish complexion; taruṇaḥ—very young; sragvī—wearing a flower garland; sarva—all; ābharaṇa—with ornaments; bhūṣitaḥ—decorated.
He was strongly built; his arms were long, stout and strong; his neck, which was marked with three lines, resembled a conchshell; his eyes were reddish; and his complexion was blackish. He was very young, he was garlanded with flowers, and his entire body was fully decorated with various ornaments.
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