CC Antya 3.150
- sarvajña nityānanda āilā tāra ghare
- āsiyā vasilā durgā-maṇḍapa-upare
sarva-jña—omniscient; nityānanda—Lord Nityānanda; āilā—came; tāra ghare—at his house; āsiyā—coming; vasilā—sat down; durgā-maṇḍapa-upare—on the altar of the Durgā-maṇḍapa.
Lord Nityānanda, who is omniscient because He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, came to the house of Rāmacandra Khān and sat down on the altar of the Durgā-maṇḍapa.
Well-to-do Hindu gentlemen constructed their houses with a place called the Durgā-maṇḍapa for the worship of the goddess Durgā. There they generally held worship of the goddess every year in the month of Āśvina (September-October). Rāmacandra Khān possessed such a Durgā-maṇḍapa at his residence.