Chanda

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For other uses, see Chanda (disambiguation).
For the Buddhist term, see Chanda (Buddhism).

In Hinduism, Chanda was a monster in the service of Sumbha and Nisumbha that Chamunda Devi killed. It is also a popular name in the Hindu community. It means "the moon", similar to Chandra.

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