The concept of transfiguration appears both in Christianity and Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism). In modernity, Christian discussions regarding Jesus’ transfiguration generally focus on his garments turning white as snow–whether figurative or literal.
But, it is not Jesus’ garments that became changed; it was the manner in which He wore pure Spirit. His luminosity permeated and encompassed Him in an even more radiantly brilliant and pronounced manner with his transfiguration. The shift in Jesus’ visual presentation allowed the disciples accompanying him to see Jesus’ Divine Spirit more readily and clearly.