se-kāle dakṣiṇa haite paramānanda-purī
gaṅgā-tīre-tīre āilā nadīyā nagarī
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.
At that time Paramānanda Purī came from South India. Traveling along the banks of the Ganges, he ultimately reached the town of Nadia.
Link to this page: https://prabhupadabooks.com/cc/madhya/10/91