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Indica is classical Greek and Latin for "of India". It (therefore) is used to mean various India-related things, including:
- Historical ethnographic accounts of India
- Indica (Arrian), Arrian's account of Nearchus' voyage from India
- Indica (Biruni), the Biruni's account of his travels in India
- Indica (Ctesias), a recording of the beliefs of the Persians about India by the classical Greek author Ctesias
- Indica (Megasthenes), the Megasthenes' account of his travels in India
- Brands and companies
- Indica Records, a Quebec record label
- Tata Indica, an automobile by Tata Motors, India
- Indica India Pale Ale, beer by Lost Coast Brewery
Biology / Taxonomy
If a species originates in India, its scientific name sometimes includes "Indica"
- Apis cerana indica, a subspecies of honey bee and one of the important pollinating agents for coconut Palms
- Acacia nilotica subsp. indica, a perennial tree native to Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan
- Oryza sativa var. indica, the Indica rice, a long-grained cultivar of rice
- Puccinia substriata var. indica, a plant pathogen subspecies
- Cannabis indica
- All pages with titles containing "indica"
- Indicus (disambiguation)
- Indicum (disambiguation)
- Mangifera austro-indica, a plant species endemic to India
- Opuntia ficus-indica, the prickly pear, the Indian fig opuntia or barbary fig, a cactus species and a long-domesticated crop plant important in agricultural economies throughout arid and semiarid parts of the world
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