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Chakra is a point in the human body, which is a centre of spiritual energy in Hindu metaphysical tradition and other belief systems.
Chakra or Chakram may also refer to:
- Chakram, a throwing weapon, often pronounced "chakra"
- Wawel Chakra, a place on Wawel hill in Kraków in Poland, which is believed to emanate powerful spiritual energy
- Chakra (Quechua), a term of the Quechua language used for a small farm in the Andes
- Sudarshana Chakra, the disc weapon of Vishnu
- Dharmachakra, "Wheel of Dharma" or "Wheel of Law", a symbol of Buddhism
- 12 Chakras of Melakarta ragas, each containing 6 musical scales that form the 72 Carnatic ragas
- Chakra (film), Hindi film
- Jeevitha Chakram, a 1971 Telugu film
- Chakra (band), a South Korean pop musical group
- Chakra (album), an album by Chakra band
- Chakra (trance duo), a group producing trance electronic music
- Chakra, an elemental force that is used to create Jutsu in the anime and manga series Naruto
- Chakra (JScript engine), the JScript engine used in Internet Explorer
- Chakra Linux, a Linux operating system formerly based on Arch Linux
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