Srimati Vishnupriya Devi is the eternal consort of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in His feature of Gaura-Narayana. According to Sri Gauraganoddesa-dipika, she is directly Satyabhama in Krishna's Dwaraka-lila.
She was the ideal of divine self-surrender at the lotus feet of Mahaprabhu.
She was only fourteen years old when Chaitanya Mahaprabhu took sannyasa.
She lived the rest of her life in penance. Early morning onwards she would chant the Hare Krishna mantra for the whole day. For every Maha mantra that she chanted, she would put one grain of rice into a clay pot. After chanting her quota, she would take that rice and cook it and offer it to the Lord. That was all she would take for her subsistence. She passed her days in this manner.
Her brother was her guardian after Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s mother, Sachi devi departed, and ultimately she had a Sri Murti (Deity) of Mahaprabhu, and she would worship Him in that form.
Worship of the Sri Murti is being continued to this day at the temple in Navadvipa known as Mahaprabhura Badi (the house of Mahaprabhu).