Kota

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Kota or KOTA may refer to:

  • Kota brahmin, a sub-caste of Brahmins in Karnataka
  • The Kota tribe whose members live in the Nilgiri hills of Tamil Nadu, South India
  • The Kota language, a Dravidian language spoken in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu
  • The Kota people (Bakota) whose members live primarily in the northeastern region of Gabon in Central Africa
  • The Kota (iKota) language, a bantu language of the Bakota people of Gabon
  • Knights of the Abyss, a deathcore band from Glendale, Arizona
  • Kota the triceratops, an animatronic toy
  • Kota, or goahti, a native Saami (Lapp) tent, similar to a tipi
  • Kota Vamsa, the medieval dynasty which ruled in parts of the modern day Indian state of Andhra Pradesh
  • Bunny chow or kota, a South African fast food dish

Media[edit]

  • KOTA (AM), a radio station (1380 AM) licensed to Rapid City, South Dakota, United States
  • KOTA-TV, a television station (channel 3 analog/2 digital) licensed to Rapid City, South Dakota, United States

Places[edit]

  • Indonesia
    • Administrative division usually translated as "city", above district (kecamatan), below province, equivalent to regency (kabupaten)
    • Kota, Jakarta, an old area in Jakarta
    • Kotagede, Yogyakarta
  • Malaysia

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