Another example of Dhurandhar's virtuosity as a painter, with the forest of trees and white flowers lending vibrancy to woman in the foreground. Champavati seems to refer to "that statuesque 'beauty, moving like a wild goose' in the poet's words, [who] reaches out and plucks a leaf from the tree flowering in her garden . . ." as B.N. Goswamy writes in A Celebration of Love: The Romantic Heroine in the Indian Arts (p. 9, Edited by H.V. Dehejia).