SB 10.58.41

śrī-rājovāca
ko ’nyas te ’bhyadhiko nātha
 kanyā-vara ihepsitaḥ
guṇaika-dhāmno yasyāṅge
 śrīr vasaty anapāyinī
Synonyms: 
śrī-rājā uvāca — the King, Nagnajit, said; kaḥ — who; anyaḥ — other; te — to You; abhyadhikaḥ — superior; nātha — O master; kanyā — for my daughter; varaḥ — groom; iha — in this world; īpsitaḥ — desirable; guṇa — of transcendental qualities; eka — only; dhāmnaḥ — who is the abode; yasya — on whose; aṅge — body; śrīḥ — the goddess of fortune; vasati — resides; anapāyinī — never leaving.
Translation: 
The King said: My Lord, who could be a better husband for my daughter than You, the exclusive abode of all transcendental qualities? On Your body the goddess of fortune herself resides, never leaving You for any reason.