Abisara geza has dark brown upperwings with pale, whitish and diffuse subapical bands at the front, black submarginal spots in spaces 4, 5 and 1b of the hind wings. The female wings are paler with a much wider subapical forewing band and two whitish postdiscal bands scattered on each wing. The underwings are paler in color with a pair of postdiscal purplish bands, the outer band of the hind wings with a series of black white-edged submarginal spots in spaces 1b, 4, 5 and 6. The hind wings of both sexes are angled to the veins.
Larva: Abisara geza larvae are yellowish green in color with small whitish spots all over their bodies. It has black dorso-lateral setae and whitish sub-spiral setae.
Pupa: Abisara geza pupae are greenish with yellowish spots, have whitish setae along the periphery of the body, the length of the pupa is about 16-19 mm.