anande sabare niya dena vasa-sthana
sivananda sena kare sabara palana
anande—in great pleasure; sabare—all the devotees; niya—taking; dena—gives; vasa-sthana—residential quarters; sivananda sena—of the name Sivananda Sena; kare—does; sabara—of all; palana—maintenance.
When all the devotees from Bengal arrived, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu allotted them residential quarters, and Sivananda Sena was put in charge of their maintenance.
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