Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 38: Verses 26-38
His impatience having been immensely heightened by the joy derived from their sight, his hair standing on end through love and his eyes bedimmed with tear-drops, he jumped down from the chariot and rolled on the footprints exclaiming, "Oh ! these are the particles of dust of the Lord's feet !" This much is the end to be attained by those invested with a body, viz., that giving up hypocrisy, fear and worry, they should cultivate through the sight of Sri Hari's images, the hearing of His praises and so on that ecstatic mood which was felt by Akrura from the time he received the mandate (from Kamsa). (Presently) he saw in Vraja Sri Krsna and Balarama with eyes resembling a pair of autumnal lotuses, (severally) wearing yellow and blue garments and present in the yard where cows were milked. They were (mere) lads, dark-brown and fair (in complexion respectively) the abodes of grace, with long arms and a lovely countenance, the foremost- among the charming and having the prowess of young elephants. The two high-souled Brothers were gracing (the soil of) Vraja by Their feet distinguished with the marks of a flag, the thunderbolt, a goad and a lotus and were casting (all round) glances accompanied with smiles full of compassion. Having bathed, they had put on immaculate clothes, were besmeared all over with sandal-paste which emitted a delightful odour and adorned with necklaces of jewels and garlands of sylvan flowers and were engaged in noble and charming pastimes.