Navaratna

Nine (nava) gems (ratna) at king Vikramaditya’s court, mentioned in Kalidasa’s Jyotirvidabharana.

For the navaratna visit
https://www.myindiamyglory.com/2021/01/26/historicity-of-navaratnas-of-raja-vikramaditya-kalidasa-to-vetala-bhatta/

Nasadiya Sukta

The most famous hymn of the Rig Veda – the origin of the universe, Rig Veda X.129

Read Nasadiya Sukta here
https://vedaravindamu.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/origin-of-the-universe-nasadiya-sukta-of-rig-veda/

Narsinh Mehta

A poet and musician of Gujarat.

Read about Narsinh Mehta here
https://www.baps.org/Article/2011/Narsinh-Mehta-2116.aspx

Namadeva

A poet and mystic from Maharashtra.

Read about Namadeva here
https://www.pakkapatriot.com/biography-of-sant-namdev-the-enlightened-being-who-saw-god/

Navadha Bhakti

The nine (nava) steps to Bhakti.

Read about Navadha Bhakti here
https://www.exoticindiaart.com/article/navadha-bhakti/

Nandana Garden

The garden of Indra.

Nikumbha und Kumbha

Söhne von Kumbhakarna.

Naranath Branthan

A mystic from Kerala – the Sisyphos of India – one of Vararuchi’s children.

Read about Naranath Branthan here
https://keralamythology.blogspot.com/2014/01/naranathu-branthan.html

Narayana Nadillaya Bhatta and Vedavati

Father and mother of Madhva.

Naga Sadhu

Asketics of the Shiva tradition.

Read about the Naga Sadhus here
https://www.jagranjosh.com/general-knowledge/what-is-the-difference-between-naga-sadhu-and-aghori-baba-1550149886-1