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Dharma is a philosophical or religious concept of Indian origin.
Dharma may also refer to:
- Yama (Hinduism), a Hindu deity
- Dharmathakur, a deity worshipped by villagers in the traditional Rarh region in the present day Indian state of West Bengal
- Dharm (film), a 2007 Hindi-language Indian film directed by Bhavna Talwar
- Dharma (1973 film), a 1973 Bollywood action film directed by Chand
- Dharma (1998 film), a 1998 Tamil action film directed by K. R.
- Dharma (album), by Merzbow
- Dharmaa, a 2010 Nepali film
- Dharma doll, Japanese wish doll
- Dharma Productions, a Bollywood film company
- Dharma the Cat, webcomic
- Alrie Guna Dharma, Indonesian badminton player
- Buck Dharma, guitarist
- Dharma, Mother of Ashoka
- Dharma Nuckelar, Indonesian musician
- Dharma Oratmangun, Indonesian singer-songwriter and producer
- Jahja Daniel Dharma, Indonesian naval officer
- Krishna Dharma, British Hindu scholar
- The Dharmas, former name of the band Steadman
- Vikram Dharma, stunt director
- Dharma & Greg, a television series
- The Dharma Bums, a 1958 novel by author Jack Kerouac
- Dharma Initiative, fictional research project from TV show Lost
- Dharma, leader of the comic book super-team Shadow Cabinet
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