CC Madhya 12.136 (1975)
- nṛsiṁha-mandira-bhitara-bāhira śodhila
- kṣaṇeka viśrāma kari' nṛtya ārambhila
nṛsiṁha-mandira—the temple of Nṛsiṁhadeva; bhitara—inside; bāhira—outside; śodhila—cleansed; kṣaṇeka—for a few moments; viśrāma—rest; kari'—after taking; nṛtya—dancing; ārambhila—began.
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu also cleansed the Nṛsiṁha temple inside and outside. Finally, He rested a few minutes and then began dancing.
The Nṛsiṁha temple is a nice temple just outside the Guṇḍicā temple. In this temple there is a great festival on the day of Nṛsiṁha-caturdaśī. There is also a Nṛsiṁha temple at Navadvīpa where the same festival is observed, as described by Murāri Gupta in his book Caitanya-carita.