When Vamsivadananda Thakura (Vamsi Dasa, Vamsivadana Thakura) appeared Lord Caitanya and Sri Advaita Prabhu were staying in his home. After the disappearance of Srimati Vishnu Priya Devi, Vamsi Dasa moved Her Mahaprabhu Deity to Koladvipa (present-day city of Navadvipa). He began worshiping Him along with Pranavallabha, a Deity of Krishna.
Vamsivadana wrote wonderful poems and songs expressing the philosophy of Gaudiya Vaisnavism. He was also the incarnation of Lord Murlimanohara’s flute (vamsi). So it’s not surprising that Vamsivadana Thakura’s works contain sweet mellow expressions of devotion. 7
-An excerpt from the book ‘The Gaudiya Vaisnava Samadhis in Vrndavana’ authored by Mahanidhi Swami.