CC Antya 18.52
- śarīra dīghala tāra—hāta pāṅca-sāta
- ekeka-hasta-pada tāra, tina tina hāta
śarīra—body; dīghala—long; tāra—His; hāta—cubits (one cubit approximately equals a foot and a half); pāṅca-sāta—five to seven; ekeka—each and every; hasta-pada—arm and leg; tāra—of that; tina—three; tina—three; hāta—cubits.
“The body of this ghost is very long, five to seven cubits. Each of its arms and legs is as much as three cubits long.