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SB 11.05.21 - comparison

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SB Cantos 10.14 to 12 (Translations Only)

SB 11.5.21, Translation:

In Satya-yuga the Lord is white and four-armed, has matted locks and wears a garment of tree bark. He carries a black deerskin, a sacred thread, prayer beads and the rod and waterpot of a brahmacārī.

Sri Caitanya-caritamrta

CC Madhya-lila

CC Madhya 20.331, Purport:

The following two verses are also from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (11.5.21, 24).

CC Madhya 20.332, Translation:

“"In Satya-yuga the Lord appeared in a body colored white, with four arms and matted hair. He wore tree bark and bore a black antelope skin. He wore a sacred thread and a garland of rudrākṣa beads. He carried a rod and a waterpot, and He was a brahmacārī."

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