CC Antya 4.126

siṁha-dvāre yāite mora nāhi adhikāra
viśeṣe — ṭhākurera tāhāṅ sevakera pracāra
Synonyms: 
siṁha-dvāre — in front of the main gate, known as Siṁha-dvāra; yāite — to go; mora — my; nāhi adhikāra — there is no right; viśeṣe — specifically; ṭhākurera — of Lord Jagannātha; tāhāṅ — there; sevakera pracāra — traffic of the servants.
Translation: 
“I have no right to pass by the Siṁha-dvāra, for the servants of Jagannātha are always coming and going there.