At that time Shila Dritniya Guru Naavdrdha is known to have stayed in present Naag talavdi area. Due to this area, it became famous as “Naag Mandal” and gradually with passage of time this district present name “Navsari” came. In 825 AD on the hermitage path, great establisher Sayeed Neerudin Uferu, Sayeed Sadat stayed in Navsari’s Lincikui area. His miracles being known in surrounding villages he was known as “Aulitya” known as great person. Due to this, Navsari’s fame had increased, such writing is available. As a sign of “Auliyas” fame today also in lincikui area Rojo, Masjid and other than Haj Mary Homes are seen. As mentioned above “Navsari” Became famous as “Naag Mandal” Before “Navsari” name was finalized different name like Naagvardhan, Naagshahi, Naagsharala, Navsareh, Nagmandal and Paarsipuri writing is available. It has also been known that Navsari was known as “Paarsipuri” Parsi’s had first stepped in present Navsari, at time weather over their was good(Sari) Due to this they derived Navsari as Navo-sari.
In the east of city tower Mudhu-mitma Pashwarnath’s Derasar is situated which shown that in ninth century Navsari might be main (big) centre of Jain religion. In Patva Shari with population of Sanat and Jain in one temple there is a beautiful idol of “Bhrahmaji” In Navsari in initial period it is known to have colonized on various hills. Due to increase in population colonization might have been done in low-lying areas it is believed so. In the row of various hills Banavad, Kamush Maholla, Musalman Maholla, Patvasheri, Dungdvad, Kutar’s Khidki, Mota Mohalla, Damada Maholla, Vahorvaad, are there while Dhaturvad, Desaivaad, Saanga Vaad, Kaanga Vaad, Bajarvaad, Golvaad, etc are situated in low-lying area. Navsari’s Tarta market is inhabited by Parsis. In the middle of Parsi population (Aatash Behram) was established and as a result of increased population in present Veraval area Parsi facility is seen.
In ancient times Navsari was known for it’s trade and industry. Before AD, amongst Greek, Navsari is mentioned as a famous port of western cost of India. Navsari’s weaving work was praised and “Baasta” means “Jug” become famous foreign traders visited Navsari to know about weaving Navsari also become famous for “Jardoshi” work (Jari embroidery). In Navsari, Sheth Jamshedji Jijabai’s name holds an important place.