दिशो वितिमिरा: कुर्वन् विधूम इव पावक: ॥ २८ ॥
श्रीवत्साङ्कं घनश्यामं तप्तहाटकवर्चसम् ।
कौशेयाम्बरयुग्मेन परिवीतं सुमङ्गलम् ॥ २९ ॥
सुन्दरस्मितवक्त्राब्जं नीलकुन्तलमण्डितम् ।
पुण्डरीकाभिरामाक्षं स्फुरन्मकरकुण्डलम् ॥ ३० ॥
हारनूपुरमुद्राभि: कौस्तुभेन विराजितम् ॥ ३१ ॥
वनमालापरीताङ्गं मूर्तिमद्भिर्निजायुधै: ।
कृत्वोरौ दक्षिणे पादमासीनं पङ्कजारुणम् ॥ ३२ ॥
bhrājiṣṇu prabhayā svayā
diśo vitimirāḥ kurvan
vidhūma iva pāvakaḥ
kṛtvorau dakṣiṇe pādam
bibhrat — bearing; catuḥ-bhujam — with four arms; rūpam — His form; bhrājiṣṇu — brilliant; prabhayā — with its effulgence; svayā — own; diśaḥ — all the directions; vitimirāḥ — devoid of darkness; kurvan — making; vidhūmaḥ — without smoke; iva — as; pāvakaḥ — a fire; śrīvatsa-aṅkam — with the mark of Śrīvatsa; ghana-śyāmam — dark blue like the clouds; tapta — molten; hāṭaka — like gold; varcasam — His glowing effulgence; kauśeya — of silk; ambara — of garments; yugmena — a pair; parivītam — wearing; su-maṅgalam — all-auspicious; sundara — beautiful; smita — with smiling; vaktra — His face; abjam — like a lotus; nīla — blue; kuntala — with locks of hair; maṇḍitam — (His head) adorned; puṇḍarīka — lotus; abhirāma — charming; akṣam — eyes; sphurat — trembling; makara — shaped like sharks; kuṇḍalam — His earrings; kaṭi-sūtra — with belt; brahma-sūtra — sacred thread; kirīṭa — helmet; kaṭaka — bracelets; aṅgadaiḥ — and arm ornaments; hāra — with necklaces; nūpura — ankle bells; mudrābhiḥ — and His royal symbols; kaustubhena — with the Kaustubha gem; virājitam — splendid; vana-mālā — by a flower garland; parīta — encircled; aṅgam — His limbs; mūrti-madbhiḥ — personified; nija — His own; āyudhaiḥ — and by the weapons; kṛtvā — placing; urau — on His thigh; dakṣiṇe — right; pādam — His foot; āsīnam — sitting; paṅkaja — like a lotus; aruṇam — reddish.
The Lord was exhibiting His brilliantly effulgent four-armed form, the radiance of which, just like a smokeless fire, dissipated the darkness in all directions. His complexion was the color of a dark blue cloud and His effulgence the color of molten gold, and His all-auspicious form bore the mark of Śrīvatsa. A beautiful smile graced His lotus face, locks of dark blue hair adorned His head, His lotus eyes were very attractive, and His shark-shaped earrings glittered. He wore a pair of silken garments, an ornamental belt, the sacred thread, bracelets and arm ornaments, along with a helmet, the Kaustubha jewel, necklaces, anklets and other royal emblems. Encircling His body were flower garlands and His personal weapons in their embodied forms. As He sat He held His left foot, with its lotus-red sole, upon His right thigh.