SB 10.79.10

anu-srotena sarayūṁ
 prayāgam upagamya saḥ
snātvā santarpya devādīn
 jagāma pulahāśramam
Word for word: 
anu — following; srotena — its current; sarayūm — along the Sarayū; prayāgam — to Prayāga; upagamya — coming; saḥ — He; snātvā — bathing; santarpya — propitiating; deva-ādīn — the demigods and so on; jagāma — He went; pulaha-āśramam — to the hermitage of Pulaha Ṛṣi.
Translation: 
The Lord followed the course of the Sarayū until He came to Prayāga, where He bathed and then performed rituals to propitiate the demigods and other living beings. Next He went to the āśrama of Pulaha Ṛṣi.
Purport: 

Pulahāśrama is also known as Hari-kṣetra.