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Moksha is a notion in Hinduism and Jainism.
Moksha may also refer to:
- Moksa (Jainism), means liberation, salvation or emancipation of soul
- Moksha River
- The Moksha people or Mordvin-Moksha, an ethnic group belonging to the Volgaic branch of the Finnic peoples.
- their Moksha language, one of Finno-Volgaic languages
- Moksha, a drug similar to psilocybin used by the Palanese in Aldous Huxley's Island
- Moksha (2001 film), a Bollywood film
- Moksha (2011 film), a Telugu-language film
- Moksha (festival), the annual inter-college cultural festival of the Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), Delhi
- moksha (with lower-case "m", also called "Jehannum"), is the name given to one of the three Ravers in Stephen R. Donaldson's The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever
- Mokshan, an urban-type settlement in Penza Oblast, Russia
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