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Banda

Bandra may refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
  • Places 2
  • Music 3
  • Other uses 4
  • See also 5

People

Places

Ghana
India
Indonesia
  • Banda Islands, a group of ten small volcanic islands in the Banda Sea
  • Banda Sea, the sea of the South Moluccas, a part of the Pacific Ocean
Uganda
  • Banda, Uganda, a hill and the neighbourhood on that hill, located in Nakawa Division, within the city of Kampala.
  • Banda sub-county, an administrative subdivision of Namayingo District, in Uganda's Eastern Region.

Music

  • Banda music, a form of Mexican music
  • Band (Garage Band):

A band is a group of four or more of persons that sing one or more geners.

  • Banda (opera), a musical ensemble which is used in addition to the main opera orchestra and plays the music which is actually heard by the characters in the opera

Other uses

  • Banda people, an ethnic group of the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, and Sudan
  • Banda languages, spoken by the Banda people
  • Banda machine, a type of low-volume document copying machine
  • Banda, a large smoked fish in Chad
  • Banda, a caste of adivasis in Orissa, Chhattisgarh, and Jharkhand
  • Banda, a vulgar slang for Penis used in Orissa

See also

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