sei dunhe lana raya nibhrta udyane
nija-nataka-gitera sikhaya nartane
sei dunhe—those two; lana—taking; raya—Ramananda Raya; nibhrta udyane—in a solitary place in the garden; nija-nataka—of the drama composed by him; gitera—of the songs; sikhaya—gives direction; nartane—in dancing.
"Srila Ramananda Raya has taken these two girls to a solitary place in his garden, where he is teaching and directing them to dance according to the songs he has composed for his drama.
The drama being rehearsed by Ramananda Raya and the two young girls was the well-known jagannatha-vallabha-nataka. The songs and dances were meant for the pleasure of Lord Jagannatha; therefore Ramananda Raya was personally giving instructions on how to sing and dance for the drama.
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