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śyāma-avadātaḥ — whose body is blackish and free from inebriety; jhaṣa-rāja-kuṇḍala — of the two earrings, made in the shape of sharks; tviṣā — by the luster; ullasat — dazzling; śrī-vadana-ambujaḥ — having a beautiful lotus face; pumān — the Supreme Person; śrīvatsa-vakṣāḥ — with the mark of Śrīvatsa on His bosom; balaya — bracelets; aṅgada — arm bands; ullasat — dazzling; kirīṭa — helmet; kāñcī — belt; guṇa — sacred thread; cāru — beautiful; nūpuraḥ — ankle bells.
The body of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, blackish in complexion, was free from all inebrieties. His lotus face, decorated with earrings resembling sharks, appeared very beautiful, and on His bosom was the mark of Śrīvatsa. He wore bangles on His wrists, armlets on His arms, a helmet on His head, a belt on His waist, a sacred thread across His chest, and ankle bells decorating His lotus feet.