CC Ādi 16.3
lakṣmyārcito ’tha vāg-devyā
jīyāt — long live; kaiśora — situated in the kaiśora age; caitanyaḥ — Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu; mūrti-matyā — having accepted such a body; gṛha-āśramāt — from a householder’s life; lakṣmyā — by Lakṣmī; arcitaḥ — being worshiped; atha — then; vāk-devyā — by the goddess of learning; diśām — of all directions; jayi — the conqueror; jaya-chalāt — on the plea of conquering.
Long live Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu in His kaiśora age! Both the goddess of fortune and the goddess of learning worshiped Him. The goddess of learning, Sarasvatī, worshiped Him in His victory over the scholar who had conquered all the world, and the goddess of fortune, Lakṣmīdevī, worshiped Him at home. Since He is therefore the husband or Lord of both goddesses, I offer my obeisances unto Him.