1. 16

    ऐरावतविषाणाग्रैरापीडनकृतव्रणौ | वज्रोल्लिखितपीनांसौ विष्णुचक्रपरिक्षतौ || ५-१०-१६

    The arms bore the marks of wounds caused by Airavata, (Indra's elephant), torn by the thunderbolt of Indra in war, and wounded by the discus of Lord Vishnu. [5-10-16]

  2. 17

    पीनौ समसुजातांसौ संगतौ बलसंयुतौ | सुलक्षणनखाङ्गुष्ठा स्वङ्गुलीतललक्षितौ || ५-१०-१७

    His strong, fleshy, wellbuilt arms, having auspicious thumbnails, shapely fingers and palms,..... - [5-10-17]

  3. 18

    संहतौ परिघाकारौ वृत्तौ करिकरोपमौ | विक्षिप्तौ शयने शुभ्रे पञ्चशीर्षाविवोरगौ || ५-१०-१८

    - pressed together, resembled the iron crowbars or beam used for main doors. The arms resembled elephant's trunks, tossed on a clean bed, resembling two fivehooded snakes (fingers like hoods),..... - [5-10-18]

  4. 19

    शशक्षतजकल्पेन सुशीतेन सुगन्धिना | चन्दनेन परार्ध्येन स्वनुलिप्तौ स्वलङ्कृतौ || ५-१०-१९

    - besmeared with cool, fragrant, red sandalpaste of excellent quality which looked red like the hare's blood. [5-10-19]

  5. 20

    उत्तमस्त्रीविमृदितौ गन्धोत्तमनिषेवितौ | यक्षपन्नगगन्धर्वदेवदानवराविणौ || ५-१०-२०

    They were well massaged by the best of women with fine, fragrant sandal paste. They were the arms which could make yakshas, pannagas, gods and demons roar in fear at their sight. [5-10-20]