He was also called Tuʻivanuakula II or Tuʻinaosara. Tu'i means "chief".
Naosara was a son of the High Chief Lutunasobasoba, who is also known as Kubunavanua and was a brother of Degei II. Naosara's mother was the High Chiefess Miranalesakula, whose parents are not known.
A brother of Naosara was Chief Daunisai, and he also had a stepmother and at least one sister.
They eventually had two sons, Buivaroro and Kalouyalewa, who upon reaching adulthood removed themselves to Lakeba. Buivaroro later returned to Nayau and succeeded to his father’s title. Kalouyalewa remained on Lakeba.
|Family tree of Naosara|
- Delailoa, descendant of Naosara
- Vanua: towards a Fijian theology of place. By Ilaitia S. Tuwere. Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, 2002.
- Moala: culture and nature on a Fijian island by Marshall David Sahlins.
- Lutunasobasobaʻs family
- The Kalou-Vu (Ancestor-Gods) of the Fijians, Basil H. Thomson, Vol. 24, 1895 (1895), pp.340-343
- Chiefess Gelegeleavanua
- Family of Kalouyalewa
- Yalo i Viti: Shades of Viti by Fergus Clunie. Page 173. Fiji Museum.
- Mara, Ratu Sir Kamisese: The Pacific Way: A Memoir. University of Hawaii Press, 1997.
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