tina dvare kapata, prabhu yayena bahire
kabhu simha-dvare pade, kabhu sindhu-nire
tina dvare—the three doors; kapata—completely closed; prabhu—the Lord; yayena—goes; bahire—outside; kabhu—sometimes; simha-dvare—at the gate of the temple of Jagannatha, known as Simha-dvara; pade—falls flat; kabhu—sometimes; sindhu-nire—in the water of the sea.
Although the three doors of the house were always closed, the Lord would nonetheless go out and sometimes would be found at the Jagannatha Temple, before the gate known as Simha-dvara. And sometimes the Lord would fall flat into the sea.

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