CC Madhya 8.170
- saundarya—kuṅkuma, sakhī-praṇaya—candana
- smita-kānti—karpūra, tine—aṅge vilepana
saundarya—Her personal beauty; kuṅkuma—a red powder known as kuṅkuma; sakhī-praṇaya—Her love for Her associates; candana—the sandalwood pulp; smita-kānti—the sweetness of Her smile; karpūra—camphor; tine—by these three things; aṅge—on the body; vilepana—smearing.
“Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī’s personal beauty is the reddish powder known as kuṅkuma, Her affection for Her associates is sandalwood pulp, and the sweetness of Her smile is camphor. All these, combined together, are smeared over Her body.