|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 62: The Meeting of Ūṣā and Aniruddha|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.62.16
vyasanaḿ te 'pakarṣāmi
tri-lokyāḿ yadi bhāvyate
tam āneṣye varaḿ yas te
mano-hartā tam ādiśa
citralekhā uvāca — Citralekhā said; vyasanam — distress; te — your; apakarṣāmi — I will take away; tri-lokyām — within the three worlds; yadi — if; bhāvyate — He is to be found; tam — Him; āneṣye — I will bring; varam — husband-to-be; yaḥ — who; te — your; manaḥ — of the heart; hartā — the thief; tam — Him; ādiśa — please point out.
Citralekhā said: I will remove your distress. If He is to be found anywhere in the three worlds, I will bring this future husband of yours who has stolen your heart. Please show me who He is.
Interestingly, the name Citralekhā indicates a person skilled in the art of drawing or painting. Citra means "excellent" or "variegated," and lekhā means "the art of drawing or painting." Citralekhā, as described in the following verse, will now utilize the talent indicated by her name.
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