CC Madhya 8.18
- sūrya-śata-sama kānti, aruṇa vasana
- subalita prakāṇḍa deha, kamala-locana
sūrya-śata—hundreds of suns; sama—like; kānti—luster; aruṇa—saffron; vasana—garments; subalita—very strongly built; prakāṇḍa—big; deha—body; kamala-locana—eyes like lotus petals.
Śrīla Rāmānanda Rāya then saw Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu to be as brilliant as a hundred suns. The Lord was covered by a saffron garment. He was large in body and very strongly built, and His eyes were like lotus petals.