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Bharat, Bharath, Bharata, Bhārat, or Bhārata may be a transliteration of either Bharata (Sanskrit: भरत, lit. "to be maintained") or Bhārata (Sanskrit: भारत, lit. "descended from Bharata") and may refer to:
India (Bhārata, Bhāratavarsha)
- Bhārata, the self-ascribed Sanskrit name for the Indian subcontinent
- Bhārat Gaṇarājya or simply "Bharat", for the Republic of India
- Bhārata Mātā (Mother India), the national personification of India as a mother figure
People and characters
- Bharata (भरत)
- Bharata Muni, Indian musicologist, author of the Natyashastra
- Bharata (emperor), a legendary monarch of ancient India, to whom the name of the epic Mahabhārata lends its name. The name is by many regarded figuratively for Humanity with a capital initial letter.
- Bharata (Ramayana), son of Dasharatha, a character in the Ramayana
- Bharata (Bhagavata), son of Rishabha, the first Jain Tirthankar.
- Bhārata (भारत)
- Bharata Natyam, a classical dance form originating in Tamil Nadu, India
- Bharat Rakshak, defence-related website
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