CC Antya 12.81

nityānande kahilā — “tumi nā āsiha bāra-bāra
tathāi āmāra saṅga ha-ibe tomāra”
Word for word: 
nityānande — unto Nityānanda Prabhu; kahilā — said; tumi — You; āsiha — do not come; bāra-bāra — again and again; tathāi — there (in Bengal); āmāra — My; saṅga — association; ha-ibe — there will be; tomāra — Your.
Translation: 
The Lord specifically advised Nityānanda Prabhu, “You should not come here again and again. You will have My association in Bengal.”