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Nara, the Paramatma are the waters which were the progeny of Nara. Nara was the first productions of God in creation.
Nara is the name of a virtuous and religious sage. He was the son of Dharma and his mother was the Miirtti.
Nara was the name of the prince, who was the son of Sudhriti
Again Nara is also the name of one of the sons of Bhavanmanyas of the royal family of Bharata.
Nara is described as the 'Bodily forms' in which spirit is enshrined and protected. Nara is what which the waters, with Vishnu resting upon them, are a type. Waters is the first product of Nara, as said in Vishnu Purana
Further Nara is the name of a holy sage, called hyperbolically the sovereign of the gods. He was supposed to have been the same as Arjuna
in a former existence.
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