Quoting Varaha Purana, he compiled Vraja-bhakti-vilasa, a detailed guidebook of Vraja Mandala. In this book he reveals his identity as Narada Muni. (In the image: from left to right Dhruva Maharaja and Narada Muni).
Narayana Bhatta Goswami was a disciple of Shri Krishna Dasa Brahmachari, coming in the line of Gadadhara Pandit Goswami. Narayana Bhatta was completely attached to Vraja bhumi. He saw no difference between the transcendental name, form, pastimes, and dhama of Vrindavana. He always relished the pastimes of Radha-Gopinatha in the association of rasika Vaishnavas.
Constantly, he wandered through the twelve forests of Vraja mandala. He uncovered many lost Deities and reestablished Their worship. He also revealed many of Radha-Shyamasundara's pastime places. Quoting Varaha Purana, he compiled Vraja-bhakti-vilasa, a detailed guidebook of Vraja Mandala. In this book he reveals his identity as Narada Muni. For this and other books he is known by the Vrajavasis as the Vrajacharya. His samadhi is in Unchagoan, the village of Shrimati Lalita-sakhi, located just near Shrimati Radharani's palace in Barshana.