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gopa-veśa, tri-bhaṅgima, muralī-vadana
śyāma-sundara — Lord Kṛṣṇa, who has a bluish color; śikhi-piccha — with a peacock feather on the head; guñjā — a garland of guñjā (small berries or conchshells); vibhūṣaṇa — decorations; gopa-veśa — with the dress of a cowherd boy; tri-bhaṅgima — curved in three places; muralīvadana — holding a flute to His mouth.
He has a bluish complexion, a peacock feather on His head, a guñjā garland and the decorations of a cowherd boy. His body is curved in three places, and He holds a flute to His mouth.