က်မ္းစာလာ ေယာက်ာှးျမတ္ အဂဿငါရပ္ ၃၂ ပါး
(Pali: Lakkhana Mahapurisa 32)
- He has feet with a level sole (Pali: supati thapado). Note: "feet with level tread,/ so that he places his foot evenly on the ground,/ lifts it evenly,/ and touches the ground evenly with the entire sole." (Lakkhana Sutta)
- He has wheel marks on soles (Pali: he thapadatalesu cakkani jatani).
- He has projecting heels (Pali: ayatapa ni).
- He has long fingers and toes (Pali: digha nguli).
- His hands and feet are soft-skinned (Pali: mudutalahathapado).
- He has netlike lines on palms and soles (Pali: jalahathapado).
- He has high raised ankles (Pali: ussa nkhapado).
- He has taught calf muscles like an antelope (Pali: e nimigasadisaja ngho).
- He can touch his knees without bending (Pali: thitako va anonamanto).
- His sexual organs are concealed in a sheath (Pali: kosohitavatguyho).
- His complexion is bright, the color of gold (Pali:
n nava no). Note: "His body is more fair than all/ the Gods he seems, great Indra's like" (Lakkhana Sutta). suva
- His skin is so fine that no dust can attach to it (Pali: sukhumacchavi).
- His body hair are separate with one hair per pore (Pali: ekekalomo).
- His body hair is bluish and curls clockwise (Pali: uddhagalomo).
- He has a godlike upright stance (Pali: brahmujugatto).
- He has the seven convexities of the flesh (Pali: satusado). Note: "the seven convex surfaces,/ on both hands, both feet, both shoulders, and his trunk." (Lakkhana Sutta)
- He has a chest like a lion's (Pali: sihapuba dhakayo).
- There is no hollow between his shoulders (Pali: pitantara mso).
- The distance from hand-to-hand and head-to-toe is equal (Pali: nigrodhaparima n dalo). Note: incidentally, these are also the ideal proportions according to Leonardo Da Vinci's
- He has a round and smooth neck (Pali: samva d dakhando).
- He has sensitive taste-buds (Pali: rasagasagi).
- His jaw is like a lion's (Pali: sihahanu).
- He has 40 teeth (Pali: cata.lisadanto). Note: The average person normally has 32 teeth.
- His teeth are evenly spaced (Pali: samadanto).
- His teeth are without gaps in-between (Pali: avira ladanto).
- He has crystal-like canine teeth (Pali: sukadanto).
- He has a large, long tongue (Pali: pahutajivho).
- He has a voice like a BrahmanвЂ™s (Pali: brahmasaro hiravikabha ni).
- He has very blue eyes (Pali: abhi nila netto). Note 1: "very (abhi) blue (nila) eyes (netto)" is the literal translation, although it has been interpreted variously as actually blue, or possibly blue-black. Nila is the word used to describe a sapphire and the color of the sea, but also the color of a rain cloud. It also defines the color of the Hindu God Krishna. Note 2: "His lashes are like a cow's; his eyes are blue./ Those who know such things declare/ 'A child which such fine eyes/ will be one who's looked upon with joy./ If a layman, thus he'll be/ Pleasing to the sight of all./ If ascetic he becomes,/ Then loved as healer of folk's woes.'" (Lakkhana Sutta)
- His eyes are like a cow's (Pali: gopa mukho). Note: Probably refers to large eyes and long eyelashes.
- He has a white soft wisp of hair in the center of the brow (Pali: una loma bhamukantare jata). Note: this became the symbolic urna.
- His head is like a royal turban (Pali: u nahisiso).