Munda may refer to:
- Munda, an early Hoysala chieftain from Malnad Karnataka
- Munda (Solomon Islands), the largest settlement on the island of New Georgia in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands
- Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BC in the plains of Munda, southern Spain; the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the conservative republicans
- Munda, the Latin name of the Mondego River, in present-day Portugal
- Munda (Hinduism), a monster that was killed by Chamunda Devi in Hinduism
- Munda languages, a language family spoken by about 9,000,000 people in eastern and central India
- Mundari language, a member of the Munda language family, spoken by the Munda people. The Hoysala Empire ( Kannada: ಹೊಯ್ಸಳ ಸಾಮ್ರಾಜ್ಯ ( pronunciation: in Kannada was a prominent South Indian Kannadiga Munda is the largest settlement on the island of New Georgia in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands, and consists of a number of villages For the World War II battle see Battle of Munda Point. The Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BC in Events 45 BC - In his last victory Julius Caesar defeats the Pompeian forces of Titus Labienus and Pompey the Younger Year 45 BC was the year the Julian calendar went into effect According to this calendar it was a Leap year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar The Rio Mondego ( pron mõ'ðeɣu English language: Mondego River is the longest river located exclusively in Portuguese territory. In Hinduism, Munda was an Asura who was killed by Chamunda Devi along with Chanda. The Munda languages are a Language family spoken by about nine million people in central and eastern India and Bangladesh.
- Munda people, an Adivasi people of eastern India and parts of Bangladesh
- Birsa Munda (1875–1900), a leader of the Munda people
- Arjun Munda (born 1968), former Chief Minister of the state of Jharkhand in India
- Japanese originated term "munda" means waste used in waste elimination systems. The Munda are a tribal (Adivasi people of the Jharkhand region which is spread over on five states of India ( Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal Birsa Munda (1875– June 9 1900) was a national leader in the late 19th century political independence movement during the British Raj in India Arjun Munda (born January 5, 1968 in Khrangajhar Jamshedpur) is a former Chief Minister of Jharkhand, a state of India.
- Munda is a village situated about 365 km from Delhi, India, in Hanumangarh District of State of Rajasthan
Munda- Fear of pulling to trigger, scared, flacid WikipediaWikiProject Indian cities for details --> Hanumangarh ( Hindi: हनुमानगढ़ is a town in northern Rajasthan state
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