CC Antya 16.41
- siṁha-dvārera uttara-dike kapāṭera āḍe
- bāiśa ‘pāhāca’-tale āche eka nimna gāḍe
siṁha-dvārera—of the Siṁha-dvāra; uttara-dike—on the northern side; kapāṭera āḍe—behind the door; bāiśa pāhāca—of the twenty-two steps; tale—at the bottom; āche—there is; eka—one; nimna—low; gāḍe—ditch.
On the northern side of the Siṁha-dvāra, behind the door, there are twenty-two steps leading to the temple, and at the bottom of those steps is a ditch.