CC Adi 13.116 (1975)
- sarva aṅga--sunirmāṇa, suvarṇa-pratimā-bhāna,
- sarva aṅga--sulakṣaṇamaya
- bālakera divya jyoti, dekhi' pāila bahu prīti,
- vātsalyete dravila hṛdaya
sarva aṅga—all different parts of the body; sunirmāṇa—well constructed; suvarṇa—gold; pratimā—form; bhāna—like; sarva—all; aṅga—parts of the body; sulakṣaṇa-maya—full of auspicious signs; bālakera—of the child; divya—transcendental; jyoti—effulgence; dekhi'-seeing; pāila—got; bahu—much; prīti—satisfaction; vātsalyete—by parental affection; dravila—melted; hṛdaya—her heart.
Seeing the transcendental bodily effulgence of the child, each of His nicely constructed limbs full of auspicious signs and resembling a form of gold, Sītā Ṭhākurāṇī was very much pleased, and because of her maternal affection, she felt as if her heart were melting.