|Madhya-lila||Chapter 14: Performance of the Vrindavana Pastimes|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Sri Caitanya Caritamrita Madhya 14.133
bandhiya aniya pade lakshmira carane
core yena danda kari' laya nana-dhane
bandhiya -- after binding; aniya -- bringing; pade -- make them fall down; lakshmira carane -- at the lotus feet of the goddess of fortune; core -- a thief; yena -- as if; danda kari' -- after punishing; laya -- take away; nana-dhane -- all kinds of riches.
The maidservants bound the servants of Jagannatha, handcuffed them and made them fall down at the lotus feet of the goddess of fortune. Indeed, they were arrested just like thieves who have all their riches taken away.
When Lord Jagannatha starts His car festival, He gives assurance to the goddess of fortune that He will return the next day. When He does not return, the goddess of fortune, after waiting two or three days, begins to feel that her husband has neglected her. She naturally becomes quite angry. Gorgeously decorating herself and her associates, she comes out of the temple and stands before the main gate. All the principal servants of Lord Jagannatha are then arrested by her maidservants, brought before her and forced to fall down at her lotus feet.
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