panca-dasa dina isvara maha-laksmi lana
tanra sange krida kaila nibhrte vasiya
panca-dasa dina—fifteen days; isvara—the Lord; maha-laksmi—the supreme goddess of fortune; lana—with; tanra sange—in her company; krida—enjoyment; kaila—performed; nibhrte—in a solitary place; vasiya—sitting.
For fifteen days the Lord had remained in a secluded place with the supreme goddess of fortune and had performed His pastimes with her.
The fifteen-day period of anavasara is also called nibhrta, in honor of the solitary place where the supreme goddess of fortune lives. After living there a fortnight, Lord Jagannatha took permission from the goddess of fortune to leave.

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