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Sikandar is the Pashto version of the name Alexander, after Alexander the Great, alternatively spelled Sikkandar, Sikander, Secunder, Sekandar, or Iskander.
It may also refer to:
- Secunderabad, a city in Andhra Pradesh, India
- Sekandar, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran
- Sikandar, Iran, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
- Sikandar (1941 film), a Bollywood film directed by Sohrab Modi
- Sikandar (2009 film), a Bollywood film directed by Piyush Jha
- Sikandar Bagh, a fortified villa and garden in Lucknow, India, a sepoy stronghold during the Indian Mutiny
- Sikandar Butshikan, Sultan of Kashmir
- Sikandar Hayat Khan, British Indian politician
- Sikandar Khan Khoso, Pakistani politician and poet
- Sikandar Kher, Indian actor
- Sikandar Jah, also known as Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III, ruler of Hyderabad
- Sikandar Lodi of the Lodi dynasty
- Sikandar Shah, Sultan of Bengal
- Sikandar Shah II, Sultan of Bengal
- Sikandar Shah Suri, Sultan of new Delhi
- Sikandar Sultan, Pakistani businessman
- Sikander Bakht, Indian politician
- Sikander Bakht, Pakistani cricketer
- Sikander Baloch, Pakistani journalist and television news anchorman
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