CC Madhya 10.91

se-kāle dakṣiṇa haite paramānanda-purī
gaṅgā-tīre-tīre āilā nadīyā nagarī
Word for word: 
se-kāle — at that time; dakṣiṇa haite — from the South; paramānanda-purī — Paramānanda Purī; gaṅgā-tīre-tīre — along the bank of the Ganges; āilā — came; nadīyā nagarī — to the town of Nadia.
Translation: 
At that time Paramānanda Purī came from South India. Traveling along the banks of the Ganges, he ultimately reached the town of Nadia.