SB 9.9.10

bhagīrathaḥ sa rājarṣir
 ninye bhuvana-pāvanīm
yatra sva-pitṝṇāṁ dehā
 bhasmībhūtāḥ sma śerate
Word for word: 
bhagīrathaḥ — King Bhagīratha; saḥ — he; rāja-ṛṣiḥ — the great saintly king; ninye — carried or brought; bhuvana-pāvanīm — mother Ganges, who can deliver the whole universe; yatra — in that place where; sva-pitṝṇām — of his forefathers; dehāḥ — the bodies; bhasmībhūtāḥ — having been burnt to ashes; sma śerate — were lying.
Translation: 
The great and saintly king Bhagīratha brought the Ganges, which can deliver all the fallen souls, to that place on earth where the bodies of his forefathers lay burnt to ashes.