Maha

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Maha may refer to:

Indian words[edit]

People[edit]

  • Maha Nawrahta (died 1767), Burmese general
  • Maha el-Samnah (born 1957), Canadian Khadr family matriarch
  • Maha Singh (died 1792), Sikh warrior
  • Maha Alsheraian, paralympic athlete from Kuwait competing mainly in category F33 shot and discus events
  • Maha Bandula (1782–1825), commander-in-chief of the Royal Burmese Armed Forces from 1821 until his death in 1825 in the First Anglo-Burmese War
  • Maha Ne Myo (died 1825), Burmese general in the royal service of King Bagyidaw of Konbaung dynasty
  • Maha Senanurak (1773–1817), Siamese Front Palace
  • Issouf Ag Maha (born 1962), Nigerien Targui writer
  • Navu Maha (born 1974), all-round sportsman who has represented Papua New Guinea in cricket and Australian rules football
  • Maha Chakkraphat (1509–1569), king of the Ayutthaya kingdom from 1548 to 1564 and from 1568 to 1569
  • Maha Naji Salah, Yemeni writer and social activist
  • Maha Vaidyanatha Iyer (died 1893), composer of Carnatic music
  • Maha Singh Rao (born 1958), Indian wrestler and coach
  • Maha Sura Singhanat (1743–1803), younger brother of Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke, the first monarch of the Chakri dynasty of Siam
  • Maha Sinnathamby, Malaysian Australian businessman and property developer of Tamil ancestry
  • Maha Thammarachathirat (died 1590), first King of Ayutthaya kingdom of the Sukhothai dynasty ruling from 1569 to 1590

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Other uses[edit]

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