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Kunda may refer to:
- Kunda, Estonia, town in Lääne-Viru County, Estonia
- Kunda, Viru-Nigula Parish, village in Viru-Nigula Parish, Lääne-Viru County, Estonia
- Kunda River, river in Lääne-Viru County, Estonia
- Kunda, India, town in Pratapgarh district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh
- Kunda, Burma, settlement in Pindaya Township, Shan State, Burma
- Khunda, Union council of Tehsil Lahore, Swabi District, Khyber Pakhtonkhwa, Pakistan
- Kunda Park, Queensland, industrial suburb in Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
- Kunda Station, train station in Miyazu, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
- George Kunda (born 1956), Zambian politician
- Jones Kunda, Zambia gospel singer
- Maksim Kunda (born 1989), Belarusian archer
- Masahiro Kunda (born 1966), Japanese rugby union player
- Stephen Kunda (born 1984), Zambian football player
- Ziva Kunda (1955–2004), Canadian social psychologist
Foreign languages 
- Kunda is a derogatory folk expression for the word vagina in the Czech language or for a pretty woman (hot woman).
- Kunda is a sweet dish made of Milk, Ghee etc. which is most popular in Belgaum city of Karnataka State in India
Other uses 
- Kunda people, Bantu-speaking ethnic group in Mozambique, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
- Kunda culture, an archaeological culture classification, first discovered near Kunda, Estonia
- A round (or rectangular) hole or pit in the ground (agni-kuṇḍa, fire-pit) for storing fire during a Vedic yajña, which was part of the Vedi (altar) in Vedic religion. Also called yajna-kund.
- Kalyani (pond), Literal Sanskrit for "pond" or "lake," a type of jasmine, a type of oleander, a lathe, plant resin of the Boswellia genus (also known as "frankincense"), and the number "9."
- A dish made out of milk, sugar, Khova and Elaichi (Cardamom) from Belagaavi district, Karnataka, India.
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