ei-mata nṛtya ha-ila cāri prahara
sandhyāya gaṅgā-snāna kari' sabe gelā ghara
ei-mata—in this way; nṛtya—dancing; ha-ila—was performed; cāri—four; prahara—a period of time lasting three hours; sandhyāya—in the evening; gaṅgā-snāna—taking bath in the Ganges; kari'-finishing; sabe—all; gelā—returned; ghara—home.
In this way they danced continuously for twelve hours, and in the evening they all took bath in the Ganges and then returned to their homes.
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